1 full page, 4to, integral blank, White House stationery. President Coolidge congratulates his son's employer: "If it is not too late I wish to offer my congratulations on the official recognition by the Company of the duties you have so long performed so well. I am sure many are interested in the success and well being of the railroads of New England will rejoice. I hope you will keep my son at work and that his presence will not be...disturbing..." Autograph letters of Coolidge as President are quite uncommon. Provenance: Richards, 1980. " /> COOLIDGE, CALVIN, <I>President</I>. Autograph letter signed ("Calvin Coolidge") as President, to E.G. Buckland, Washington, D.C., 10 January 1929. <I>1 full page, 4to, integral blank, White House stationery.</I> President Coolidge congratulates his son's employer: "If it is not too late I wish to offer my congratulations on the official recognition by the Company of the duties you have so long performed so well. I am sure many are interested in the success and well being of the railroads of New England will rejoice. I hope you will keep my son at work and that his presence will not be...disturbing..." Autograph letters of Coolidge as President are quite uncommon. <I>Provenance</I>: Richards, 1980. | Christie's