US History - Calvin Coolidge

The 30th President of the U.S. was Calvin Coolidge who succeeded President Warren G. Harding when the latter passed away while still in office. Coolidge restored the public’s confidence of the White House and its drop because of the scandals from Harding’s administration. Coolidge was highly popular when he left office and was elected to serve again in 1924 after finishing Harding’s term. He was born on July 4, 1872 in Plymouth Notch, Vermont and died on January 05, 1933.