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SIGNED TYPED ADDRESS (GIVEN AT THE OBSERVANCE OF THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ARMISTICE)
[1928], [Washington] 1928 - A nine-page pamphlet, stapled, with the pages consecutively numbered. The only printing information given are the numbers "19870--28" in small type at the bottom of the first page. A speech by Coolidge delivered under the auspices of the American Legion at the Washington Auditorium on 11 November 1928, while Coolidge was president. SIGNED by Coolidge at the end of the speech. In part: "Although our people became engaged in this great conflict [World War I], some in furnishing money, some in producing food and clothing, some in making munitions, some in administering our Government, the place of honor will always be accorded to the men and women who wore the uniform or our country--the living and the dead." Coolidge concludes, "The gravest responsibilities that can come to a people in this world have come to us. We must not fail to meet them in accordance with the requirements of conscience and righteousness." Coolidge's autograph is quite uncommon in this form. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]
      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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