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  1. Grace Anna Coolidge (née Goodhue; January 3, 1879 – July 8, 1957) was the wife of the 30th president of the United States, Calvin Coolidge. She was the first lady of the United States from 1923 to 1929 and the second lady of the United States from 1921 to 1923.

  2. › topics › first-ladiesGrace Coolidge - HISTORY

    9 de nov. de 2009 · Grace Coolidge (1879-1957) was an American first lady (1923-29) and the wife of Calvin Coolidge, the 30th president of the United States. A former teacher at a Massachusetts school for the...

  3. Anna Grace Coolidge Goodhue (Burlington , 3 de enero de 1879-Plymouth (Vermont), 8 de julio de 1957) fue la esposa del presidente de los Estados Unidos, Calvin Coolidge casados en 1905. En primer lugar entre 1921 y 1923 fue la Segunda Dama de Estados Unidos y entre 1923 y 1929 fue la primera dama .

  4. Grace Coolidge, née Grace Anna Goodhue, (born January 3, 1879, Burlington, Vermont, U.S.—died July 8, 1957, Northampton, Massachusetts), American first lady (1923–29), the wife of Calvin Coolidge, 30th president of the United States. Grace Goodhue was the only child of Andrew Issachar Goodhue, a mechanical engineer, and Lemira Barrett Goodhue.

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  5. Grace Anna Goodhue Coolidge served as First Lady of as the wife of the 30th President, Calvin Coolidge (1923-1929). An exceptionally popular White House hostess, she was voted one of America’s...

  6. › presidency › grace-coolidgeGrace Coolidge Overview

    Name: Grace Anna Goodhue Coolidge Born: January 3, 1879; Burlington, Vermont Died: July 8, 1957; Northampton, Massachusetts Presidency: Calvin Coolidge, 1923-1929 Early Life Marriage and Family First Lady Grace Coolidge Legacy Overview: Grace Coolidge had already made an impact on the American public as a glamorous spouse of the Vice President.

  7. Grace Anna Goodhue Coolidge was herself receptive to many of these changes, setting fashion trends and striking a sporty profile. But First Ladies still did not typically make speeches or express political opinions, and President Calvin Coolidge preferred his wife to hew to a more traditional role.