Washington, D.C. 1924. 1 page, 9 x 7 inches, Washington, D.C., March 28, 1924. In this letter, Coolidge thanks the recipient for his note, in full: "Please accept my thanks for your note of the 26th which tells me of the project to create a memorial to the men of the Merchant Marine who made the great sacrifice during the world war, in the form of a Seaman's Christian Association Building. It is a worthy and deserving effort to serve.....
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1924. Thirtieth President of the United States. Partly printed D.S. as President, one page, 19" x 13.5", May 12, 1924, appointing Allen Curry Attorney of the United States, in and for the Eastern District of Missouri. Signed at the conclusion by Coolidge and counter-signed by Attorney General and future Supreme Court Justice Harlan Stone. Embossed Department of Justice red seal remains affixed. Evenly toned with a small water stain at the top left-hand margin.