Coolidge on train

A train carrying <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEPLT001299" title="Calvin Coolidge" href="/topic/politics/calvin-coolidge-PEPLT001299.topic">Calvin Coolidge</a> made a stop in Chicago on June 11, 1925 so his private car could be switched to another train during a trip. Only railroad workers, reporters and photographers came out to greet the president, who obliged the photographers with several poses.
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( Tribune archive photo )

A train carrying Calvin Coolidge made a stop in Chicago on June 11, 1925 so his private car could be switched to another train during a trip. Only railroad workers, reporters and photographers came out to greet the president, who obliged the photographers with several poses.

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