Prosperity and Thrift: The Coolidge Era and the Consumer Economy, 1921-1929
A friendly guide to Philadelphia and the Wanamaker store,
Garden party for wounded men at the White House
George Washington honored on 190th anniversary. President Coolidge speaking at memorial services ...
Girl Scout Tea House, Haines Point
Good housekeeping :
[Grace Abbott, Chief of the Children's Bureau of the Dept. of Labor, half-length portrait, seated, facing slightly right]
[Grand Masters of Masons in Washington for a conference posed standing with President Coolidge, outside the White House]
[Guard house being constructed at the Patterson House for the coming of President and Mrs. Coolidge]
[Harding memorial ceremonies in the House of Representatives, with President Coolidge seated in the front row, center, with Secretary of the Treasury Andrew Mellon seated on his right, and William H. Taft on his left]
[Harding memorial ceremonies in the House of Representatives]
[Helen Keller reading Mrs. Calvin Coolidge's lips, with her hand]
[Henry Ford, full-length portrait, standing, facing slightly left, leaving the White House after calling on the president]
[Herbert Hoover and Secretary of Labor James J. Davis, half-length portrait, standing, facing right, at labor conference on unemployment]
[Herbert Hoover and Secretary of Labor James J. Davis, three-quarter length portrait, standing in doorway of the White House, facing each other]
[Herbert Hoover and presidential party standing, with men holding their hats, at opening baseball game]
[Herbert Hoover signing the Farm Relief Bill, with nine other men standing alongside and behind him]
[Herbert Hoover, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing slightly right, listening to radio]
[High school girls learn the art of automobile mechanics. Left to right: Grace Hurd, Evelyn Harrison, and Corinna DiJiulian, with Grace Wagner (under car), at Central High, Wash. D.C.]
High school students from Trenton
The household magazine :
How the retailer merchandises present day fashion, style and art,
The income and standard of living of unskilled laborers in Chicago,
The independent :
Influence of ten-payment plan upon prestige of store,
[Interior of People's Drug Store, Washington, D.C.(?) area]
[Interior view of a Peoples Drug Store, Washington, D.C.]
[The Italian Republican League of N.Y. presents President Coolidge with an original parchment of Lincoln's Gettysburg address]
James Couzens Papers. Couzens Speech Draft: Material for Radio Address on Convention & Tourist Bureau Campaign . . . September 21, 1925.
James Couzens Papers. Couzens Speech: . . . Before the Birmingham, Michigan Real Estate Board, October 7, 1925.
James Couzens Papers. Couzens Speech: Address . . . Over the Radio on the Convention and Tourist Bureau Campaign.
Joel T. Boone Papers. Chapter on President Coolidge from the Memoirs of His Physician, Joel T. Boone.
John Drew, Al Jolson and other prominent actors with President and Mrs. Coolidge
[John Philip Hill (left), outgoing congressional "wet" leader congratulating Rep. John C. Linthicum of Md., who was elected to succeed him as "wet" leader]
[John W. O'Leary, Pres. of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, talking on new telephone line with John W. Spangler, Pres. of the Seattle Chamber of Commerce]
[Julius Rosenwald of Chicago, President of Sears, Roebuck and Co., half-length portrait, standing outside the White House, facing left]
Justice; official organ of the International Ladies Garment Workers Union :
Labor delegation. Dan G. Smith and T.V. O'Connor
Law and order
[Left to right: Herbert Hoover, Mrs. Warren G. Harding, Warren G. Harding, Mrs. Herbert Hoover, and H.M. Daugherty, all standing, in grandstand, at baseball game]
Leisure-time activities of a selected group of farm women ...
Mail order advertising :
[Malcolm P. Hanson, Jr., son of Lieut. Hanson, chief radio engineer of the Byrd expedition, who will be three months old on Feb. 22nd, in crib]
[Man loading luggage into the trunk of a Ford coupe; insert of a woman seated behind steering wheel]
[Manager Stanley Harris, in the grandstand, presents President Coolidge with the baseball used to open the 1924 World Series]
[Mass production by Henry Ford,] The Encyclopedia britannica;
[Members of the Brooklyn New York Chamber of Commerce led by Raymond H. Fiero, posed standing with President Coolidge]
Members of the Fur Traders Assn.
Members of the Textile Manufacturers Association present scarfs to Pres. and Mrs. Coolidge
[Men assembling automobile parts at an auto school in Washington, D.C.]
The menace of the chains,
Merchandising New England farm products.
The merchandising of radio,
Merchants record and show window :
The messenger :
Midas gold ...
[Miss Janet Moffett signing up President Coolidge for the Red Cross drive]
[Miss Mary Fechet, daughter of the Chief of the Air Corps, half-length portrait, standing alongside airplane, facing left]
Miss Ruth Muskrat, a Cherokee Indian, presents Mr. Coolidge with a copy of The Red Man in the United States, a survey of the present day American Indian
Miss Vada Watson, the Kansas wheat girl
Mother Jones and Theo. Roosevelt, Jr.
The motion picture news :
Moving picture age :
Mr. Coolidge becomes an honorary member of the Smoki[i.e., Hopi] tribe of Arizona. Miss Grace M. Sparks, Secty. of the Chamber of Commerce of Prescott, Ariz. and H.M. Watkins, Secty. of the Chamber of Phoenix
[Mrs. Calvin Coolidge and Mrs. Charles Gates Dawes, half-length portraits, standing]
Mrs. Calvin Coolidge enrolls the President in the American Red Cross
[Mrs. Calvin Coolidge, half-length portrait, standing, facing front, holding her pet raccoon]
Mrs. Coolidge exhibits her pet raccoon (Rebecca) to children gathered in the White House grounds for Easter egg rolling
[Mrs. Coolidge planting a tree in one of Washington's playgrounds, as Girl Scouts and others watch]
Mrs. Coolidge receives a fur coat from the Fur Dealers Assn.
[Mrs. Coolidge with two dogs, policemen, and children at Easter egg roll]
The nation :
National Association of Retail Druggists
National Conference Utilization of Forest Products
National Consumers League Papers. "Prosanis" Label.
National Consumers League Papers. Consumer Labels and Labeling.
National Consumers League Papers. Honest Cloth.
National Educational Assn.
National Urban League Papers. A Survey of the Negro Population of Fort Wayne (Indiana).
National Urban League Papers. National Interracial Conference, 1928.
National Urban League Papers. Negro Industrial Commission.
National Urban League Papers. The Negro Population in Minneapolis: A Study of Race Relations.
National retail credit survey ...
[Native American chiefs Frank Seelatse and Chief Jimmy Noah Saluskin of the Yakima tribe posed, full-length, standing, facing front, with the U.S. Capitol behind them]
New Year reception at the White House. Photo shows thousands of citizens waiting to be received
New York Womens Republican Club
New masses :
The new republic :
The new responsibilities of the buyer,
Official program of the twenty-seventh annual meeting of the National negro business league and affiliated organizations, Cleveland, Ohio, August 18, 19 and 20, 1926 ...
The outlook :
Owners of Muscle Shoals call at the White House ...
[The patrician, the largest passenger plane yet to be produced, piloted by Capt. St. Claire Street, army flier, who brought it from Bristol, Penna. to Washington, with twenty passengers and baggage, at Bolling Field]
[The Patterson House, owned by Mrs. Elmer Schlesinger, 15 Dupont Circle, Washington, D.C.]
The playground :
Popular Mechanics automobile tourist's handbook.
Pres. autographs sap bucket for Henry Ford's inn