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Calvin Coolidge: Thirtieth president of America from 1923 - 1929

Coolidge in 1928

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Calvin Coolidge (born John Calvin Coolidge Jr.) was the thirtieth president of the United States who served from 1923-1929. He was previously Warren Harding's vice president until Harding died in 1923. Coolidge was a popualar president, being president during the Roaring '20s. He was re-elected in the 1924 election and many wanted him to run in 1928, but he did not, handing out paper slips during a press conference that said, "I do not choose to run for president in 1928". During his presidency, he was known to get eleven hours of sleep per night as the times were so prosperous.


Coolidge was born in Plymouth Notch, Vermont on July 4, 1872. He was the only president born on Independence Day.


Coolidge died on January 5, 1933 in Northampton, Massachusetts.

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