First Dads

An artist painting a portrait of Calvin Coolidge Jr., who died at sixteen in July of 1924, as President Coolidge was finishing his first term. In the years following his death, the modest and fun-loving Calvin Jr. was lionized as a national hero. “Upon his death,” the President later wrote, “the power and the glory of the presidency went with him.”

Brookline Booksmith. Tuesday, May 10th.

92nd St. Y. Thursday, May 12th.

Library of Congress. Tuesday, May 17th.

Atlanta History Center. Tuesday, May 24th. – More Info

Christ Church (Gable Lecture), Oyster Bay, Long Island. Thursday, May 26th. – More Info

Virginia Historical Society (Banner Lecture). Thursday, June 2. – More Info

Louisville Free Public Library. Tuesday, June 7th. – More Info

Commonwealth Club of California. Wednesday, June 8th. – More Info

New Haven Museum. Tuesday, June 14th.

National Archives. Wednesday, June 15th.

Boston Athenaeum. Thursday, June 16th. – More Info

Bank Square Square Books. Friday, June 17th. – More Info

Harvard Club of Boston.  Wednesday, June 22nd.

Edenwald Retirement Community. Monday, June 27th.

NewBridge on the Charles. Wednesday, June 29th.

Decatur Book Festival, Saturday, September 3rd.

New England Historic Genealogical Society, Wednesday, September 28th.

Lehigh County Historical Society, Saturday, October 8th.

University Club of Washington, DC, Wednesday, November 30th.

State Library of Massachusetts.   Thursday, June 22, 2017.

Public Library in Norwell, Wednesday, December 13th.