Plymouth, VT


In the summer of 1927, when President Calvin Coolidge vacationed in the Black Hills of South Dakota, his planned two-week stay stretched into three months. Shown above, beneath a stuffed owl, the Governor of Vermont, John Eliakim Weeks, mails the President a giant letter from the Plymouth, Vermont, post office. Plymouth was Coolidge’s birthplace and became his final resting place as well. Below, exterior views of the post office, complete with a dog who seems intent upon accompanying the mail.


PO Plymouth VT


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