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  1. Anna Grace Coolidge Goodhue ( Burlington ( Vermont ), 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 .

  2. Grace Anna Coolidge 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. She graduated from the University of Vermont in 1902 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in teaching and joined the Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech in Northampton, Massachusetts, to teach deaf children to communicate by lip reading, rather than by signing. She met ...

  3. www.history.com › topics › first-ladiesGrace Coolidge - HISTORY

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    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 deaf, she used her platform as first lady to champion education and child welfare issues. Although Coolidge rarely consulted his wife on political matters, the t...

    Born in Burlington, Vermont, Grace Anna Goodhue was the only child of Lemira Barrett and Andrew Issachar Goodhue, a mechanical engineer. Just 4 years old when her father was injured in a wood-milling accident, Grace was sent to live with the neighboring Yale family, and she was heavily influenced by their involvement in the education of deaf childr...

    Grace was in her second year at the Clarke program when she met Calvin Coolidge, a lawyer serving on the Northampton city council. Their pairing seemed an odd one, with the quiet, austere Coolidge showing little interest in his extroverted girlfriends love of dancing and theater. Further complicating matters was Mrs. Goodhues dislike of her would-b...

    Coming on the heels of the controversial tenures of Edith Wilson and Florence Harding, Grace restored some luster to the role of first lady. Stylish and sporty, she displayed her love for animals and eagerly participated in photo ops and ceremonial events. While she remained mum on most political and social issues out of deference to her husbands w...

  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. coolidgefoundation.org › presidency › grace-coolidgeGrace Coolidge Overview

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    Grace Coolidge had already made an impact on the American public as a glamorous spouse of the Vice President. When she became First Lady at the age of 44, she was already intriguing to the public. Since she did not give interviews to the press, her public silence only enhanced her mystery and glamour. Because her husband was often perceived as non-...

    Grace Anna Goodhue was born in Burlington, Vermont on January 3, 1879. She was the only child of Andrew Issachar Goodhue and Lemira Barrett. Grace’s parents were from New Hampshire–Lemira from Merrimack and Andrew from Hancock. The Goodhues were the seventh generation descending from William Goodhue, who, in 1636, emigrated from England to Ipswich,...

    There are two versions of how Calvin Coolidge met Grace Goodhue, but the proximity of the two was helpful. They lived across the street from each other. Grace saw Calvin Coolidge stand in his window to shave with a derby hat on the back of his head to hold down part of his hair. He was wearing long underwear and a hat. He must have looked comical. ...

  6. Grace Coolidge. Fue la esposa del trigésimo presidente de los Estados Unidos de América, Calvin Coolidge, y primera dama entre los años 1923 y 1929 . Sumario 1 Síntesis biográfica 2 Estudios 3 Matrimonio 4 Inicios en la política 5 Primera dama 6 Después de la Casa Blanca 7 Muerte 8 Fuentes Síntesis biográfica

  7. She continued to teach children at the school until 1905. 1. While living in Northampton, Grace met a lawyer named Calvin Coolidge, and the pair married on October 4, 1905. She gave birth to two children, John in 1906 and Calvin Jr. in 1908. Grace supported her husband’s emerging career in local and state politics.