National Geographic : 1927 Mar
THE COOLIDGE HOMESTEAD IN PLYMOUTH, WHERE, AT 2:47 ON THE MORNING OI AUGUST 3,1923, CALVIN COOLIDGE BECAME THE THIRTIETH PRESIDENT OE TIIE UNITED STATES In the living room, by the light of a kerosene lamp, the oath of office was administered by the President's father, John Coolidge, anotary public. Like many Vermont farmhouses, the residence is connected with the buggy shed and other outbuildings. The President and Mrs. Coolidge are seen leaving the house during a recent visit to the farm. "Prudence Prim," Mrs. Coolidge's handsome collie, isinthe yard.