How President Coolidge Keeps Fit – Strength Magazine – November, 1923

This is an unconventional account of a man who was suddenly called on to step from an inactive position, of which the chief requirement was that he eat expensive dinners, as an official guest, about 365 times a year, more or less, to the chief man-killing job of modern times, the Presidency of the United States; and who is equipped for it, physically.

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