Tourists visit Plymouth, Vermont. Tourists in cars drive through hills and mountains of Vermont. They arrive at an old farm house. United States President Calvin Coolidge and his wife Grace Goodhue Coolidge shake hands with the tourists at the farm house.
A pictorial history of episodes in the life of Calvin Coolidge, the thirtieth President of the United States of America. President Calvin Coolidge. The simple farmhouse at Plymouth Notch, Vermont where Coolidge was born on 4th July, 1872. He works at his farmhouse, cuts hay, and chops wood. The Coolidge family outside their Northampton home in Massachusetts. Coolidge with his wife Grace Coolidge in a garden and at a seashore. Coolidge is elected the Governor of Massachusetts in 1918. People with the U.S. flags during the event. The new Boston police force built up by Coolidge marches on the streets. The policemen stand at attention in rows during the ceremony. A large crowd gathered to greet President Coolidge at the 300th anniversary celebration of the Pilgrims' landing in Plymouth. People wave the U.S. flags and hail the Governor. Calvin Coolidge with Grace Coolidge.
U.S. President John Calvin Coolidge, Jr. with his family in Plymouth, Vermont during his holidays. First Lady Grace Coolidge with their dog Prudence in front of her house. She shows the dog to young children. The First Lady plays with her dog. The President and the First Lady seated in a chair with their dog in the middle.
Tourists visit Vermont, United States. The tourists visit a Vermont marble quarry. Exterior view of the quarry. Workers lift marble slabs with the help of cranes. View of fields and a water stream with hills in the background.
Tourists visit Plymouth Rock in Plymouth, Massachusetts. View of Plymouth Rock in a fenced area. 1620 written on the rock. People walk around the monument.
Ship Mayflower II arrives in the United States having sailed from Plymouth, Devon, England. The replica was built by shipwrights at Uphams Shipyard, Brixham, Devon, England. Mayflower II underway at sea off Plymouth, Massachusetts. A U.S. Navy blimp floats over Mayflower II. A crowd at Plymouth Rock cheers the arrival of Mayflower II. Native American Indians cheer the ship's arrival. Captain Alan Villiers of Mayflower II at Plymouth Rock.