The 35 President of the United States
July 4, 1872, Plymouth Notch, Vermont, VT - January 5, 1933, Northampton, MA
- Elected U.S. vice president in 1920, he became president following the death of Warren G. Harding in 1923
- Coolidge, also known as "Silent Cal," chose not to seek a second term
- In 1896, Coolidge campaigned locally for Republican presidential candidate William McKinley. In 1898, he won election to the Northampton City Council, and then to the offices of city solicitor and clerk of courts.
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