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Coolidge’s Home in Massachusetts

Source: The Library of Congress

Calvin Coolidge moved to Northampton, Massachusetts, after college. He opened a law office and participated in local Republican Party politics. He served on the Northampton city council, was appointed city solicitor, and elected county clerk. In 1910, he was elected mayor of Northampton, and in 1912 he was elected to the state senate. He then served as lieutenant governor and governor of Massachusetts.

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