Pres. And Mrs. Coolidge at Jim Bridger's Fishing Pot on Shore of Lake Yellowstone.
PRESIDENT AND MRS. COOLIDGE AT FISHING CONE, YELLOWSTONE LAKE. Since its establishment in 1872, Yellowstone Park has been visited by several of our national executives. The first to take a vacation in the new wonderland was President Authur, who went there with a distinguished party in 1883. Roosevelt made a camping trip through the park in 1903. Harding visited it in 1923 and the latest one to see it was President Coolidge, who made a brief sojourn there in August, 1927. Mr. and Mrs. Coolidge we see standing here beside the noted "Fishing Cone," at the edge of Yellowstone Lake. It is a spring ...
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