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Book/Printed Material Calvin Coolidge, a man with vision--but not a visionary

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Title

  • Calvin Coolidge, a man with vision--but not a visionary

Summary

  • Bruce Barton wrote this portrait of Calvin Coolidge when Coolidge was considering a run for the presidency. He describes Coolidge as an ordinary citizen, not as a presidential contender, and emphasizes his frugality, modesty, and unpretentiousness, virtues Barton considers charcteristic of Coolidge's New England heritage. American Memory.

Names

  • Barton, Bruce, 1886-1967

Created / Published

  • [New York? 1920?]

Headings

  • -  Coolidge, Calvin,--1872-1933

Notes

  • -  Portrait on t.-p.
  • -  Caption title: The silent man on Beacon Hill, an appreciation of Calvin Coolidge, by Bruce Barton.
  • -  "From Woman's home companion, March, 1920."
  • -  Also available in digital form.

Medium

  • 14 p., 1 l. 16 cm.

Call Number/Physical Location

  • E792 .B26
  • E792 .B26 Copy 2 Copy 2.

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 25025199

Online Format

  • online text
  • image
  • pdf

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The following items are included in this collection with permission as indicated:

The New Republic: selected articles from 1928.
Selections from The New Republic, Vol. 53, No. 688 (Feb. 8, 1928) made available here with permission from the publisher.
The New Republic, 1220 19th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036

The Country Gentleman: selected issue from 1926.
Selections from The Country Gentleman, Vol. XCI, No. 2 (Feb. 1926) made available here with permission from the publisher, © The Curtis Publishing Company 1926.

Bulletin of the Taylor Society, June 1925
Reprint, "The Momentum of Taylorism," by Stuart Chase, with permission from The New Republic. The New Republic, 1220 19th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036

Good Housekeeping, Vol. LXXXII, No. 2. (Feb. 1926)
Good Housekeeping, Vol. LXXXII, No. 2. (Feb. 1926) made available here with permission from the publisher.

Calvin Coolidge Papers.Thrift--Encouragement, 1923-29.
Permission to use the article "A Girl Scout is Thrifty" from The Girl Scout Leader, December 1926, was granted by the Girl Scouts of the USA.

Calvin Coolidge Papers. Accomplishments of Calvin Coolidge Administration, 1924-28
Calvin Coolidge Papers. Radio--General 1923-29.
Calvin Coolidge Papers. Advertisement Exploitation.
Documents and letters with the letterhead of the Republican National Committee were re-printed with the permission of the Republican National Committee.

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Chicago citation style:

Barton, Bruce. Calvin Coolidge, a man with vision--but not a visionary. [New York? ?, 1920] Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/25025199/.

APA citation style:

Barton, B. (1920) Calvin Coolidge, a man with vision--but not a visionary. [New York? ?] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/25025199/.

MLA citation style:

Barton, Bruce. Calvin Coolidge, a man with vision--but not a visionary. [New York? ?, 1920] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/25025199/>.