|August 3, 1965—42nd Homestead Inaugural celebration. John Coolidge, (far front-right), addressing dignitaries on the lawn of the Homestead. (l. to r.) Standing at the flagpole, physician on the yacht Mayflower and Medal of Honor winner Vice Admiral Joel Thompson Boone, Consuelo Northrup Bailey (with dog), Deane C. Davis (second person to her left), and Erminie Pollard. Photo courtesy Vermont Development Department. CCMF collection, Folder 6 Inauguration 1965 Celebration.|
The Calvin Coolidge Memorial Foundation, Inc. (CCMF) was established in 1960 as a non-profit educational organization. Since there is no presidential library for Calvin Coolidge, our 30th U.S. President, we develop materials and programs to present and preserve his legacy. The Coolidge Foundation owns and maintains its offices in the 1840 Union Christian Church at the President Calvin Coolidge Historic Site in Plymouth Notch, Vermont. The Coolidge Foundation is the only membership organization devoted to President Coolidge and welcomes new members.
The Coolidge Foundation offices are open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday, year round except for federal holidays (an exception is July 4, when we celebrate the birthday of Calvin Coolidge). We answer inquiries on Calvin Coolidge and try to facilitate information for scholars and the general public. We are members of Association of State and Local Historical Societies, the New England Museum Association, and the Vermont Museum and Gallery Alliance. Please stop by our offices when you visit the Coolidge Historic Site.
The President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site is owned and operated by the State of Vermont, except for the Union Christian Church, which is owned and operated by the Calvin Coolidge Memorial Foundation.
There is a general admission to visit buildings.
No charge for Coolidge Foundation members.
For ticket prices and more information visit the President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site.