On May 31, 2023

Howard Coffin: ‘The President I Thought I Knew’


Sunday, June 4—BRIDGEWATER—Presented by the Bridgewater Historical Society, Vermont historian Howard Coffin will discuss “Calvin Coolidge as I understood him, a complex and somewhat mysterious human being” at the Bridgewater Grange Hall at 2 p.m. on Sunday. Howard knew and wrote about many people who remembered Coolidge. 

Howard Coffin has done considerable research over the years and was a member of the board of the Coolidge Foundation. Coolidge, a native of Plymouth, Vermont and known for his support of small government and racial equality, will be discussed to mark the anniversary of his swearing in as the 30th president 100 years ago.  

Bridgewater Grange Hall, 129 Route 100A, Bridgewater Corners. Free. For more info visit bridgewaterhistory.org/events.

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