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  • Subject is exactly "Coolidge, Grace Goodhue, 1879-1957"

President and Mrs. Coolidge with large group

President Calvin Coolidge and First Lady Grace Coolidge are photographed with a large group of people next to an unidentified building.

President and Mrs. Coolidge and group on train

President Calvin Coolidge and First Lady Grace Coolidge leave Washington, D.C. for their summer home on Osgood Pond in the Adirondacks accompanied by five men.

President and Mrs. Coolidge on train

President Calvin Coolidge and First Lady Grace Coolidge leave on a train for Trenton, N.J., with Secretary Sanders.

Kappa Beta Phi members with President Coolidge

President Calvin Coolidge and First Lady Grace Coolidge with members of the Kappa Beta Phi legal sorority, September 19, 1924.

Mrs. Coolidge and black chow chow

First Lady Grace Coolidge stands for a picture while holding a black chow chow.

Mrs. Coolidge and white collie

First Lady Grace Coolidge goes out with one of her white collies and another dog, September 26, 1924.

Mrs. Coolidge and Tiny Tim

First Lady Grace Coolidge takes Tiny Tim, a black chow chow, out for a walk.

Coolidges walking black show chow

President Calvin Coolidge and First Lady Grace Coolidge take a black chow chow, either Tiny Tim or Blackberry, out for a walk.

Coolidges and puppy

President Calvin Coolidge holds a puppy (possibly Belgian sheepdog King Cole) while First Lady Grace Coolidge holds out a treat.

Mrs. Coolidge and Laddie Boy

First Lady Grace Coolidge and Laddie Boy, President Warren G. Harding's Airedale terrier, view a total solar eclipse on January 24, 1925.

Mrs. Coolidge and dogs

First Lady Grace Coolidge is photographed with Rob Roy in these two images, dated September 26, 1924. The other dog in the second photo might be Paul Pry, an Airedale terrier also owned by the Coolidges.

Mrs. Coolidge at egg rolling

First Lady Grace Coolidge, along with Rob Roy and Prudence Prim, is photographed with children attending the White House egg roll, April 5, 1926.