• Jim Westphalen

  • Coolidge Homestead 1 , 2019

  • Photographic Pigment Print
  • 43.00 " x 56.00 "
  • Plymouth, VT
    Limited Edition: 3 of 10

    Calvin Coolidge called the house attached to this barn home until 1887. After college, while pursuing a career in law, he would visit his parents and the the homestead regularly. On one visit, August 3, 1923, in the sitting room by kerosene light, he became the 30th president of the United States. During his term as president he established his Summer White House office on the property. After his death his son John donated the house and it’s furnishings to the State of Vermont. The property is now a State Historic Site.
  • $5,000