Papers — Calvin Coolidge (1872 - 1933)
The only published collections of Coolidge's papers are single volume, subject specific editions of correspondence, speeches, and press conferences. The most comprehensive collection of Coolidge material is the Library of Congress collection of his papers which is available on microfilm.
- The Talkative President: The Off-the-Record Press Conferences of Calvin Coolidge.
- Campaign speeches of 1932, by President Hoover [and] ex-President Coolidge
- The Price of Freedom: Speeches and Addresses. 30 speeches ranging in subject from The Pilgrims to Abraham Lincoln to the founding of Burlington, Vermont.
- Have Faith in Massachusetts: A Collection of Speeches and Messages by Calvin Coolidge.
- America’s Need for Education and other Educational Addresses.
The Library of Congress microfilm collection is available at a number of institutions throughout the United States; please contact the Scripps Library for more information about its location and availability. In Addition to the Library of Congress collection, there exists a smaller collection of personal papers covering the years 1919 to 1932.
- Calvin Coolidge Papers (Library of Congress, 190 reels)
- The Personal Presidential Files of President Calvin Coolidge (12reels)