Wednesday 15 Pleasant in the morning but in the p.m. had a terrific rain however it stopped before dinner time + Audrea did not get wet coming home
NOTES + EXPLANATIONS
On this day in history: June 15, 1927 (Wednesday)
- President Coolidge, his wife, and his top aides arrived in Rapid City, South Dakota, two days after leaving Washington, D.C., then traveled 32 miles to the 40 room state game lodge. For nearly three months, the President took an extended summer vacation and governed from the state park in the Black Hills, before returning to the White House on September 11.
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