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Calvin Coolidge Fishing



Calvin Coolidge Fishing
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Title: Calvin Coolidge Fishing
Description: President Calvin Coolidge fishing at Cedar Island Lodge, rustic lodge of Henry C. Pierce, 35 miles from Superior, Wisconsin, on the Brule River. This lodge was later dubbed The Summer White House. The canoe is named Beaver Dick and the guide is John LaRock.

Image ID: 2093
Creation
Date:
1928 
Creator
Name:
Wisconsin Department of Conservation
City, State: Superior, Wisconsin
Collection
Name:
Name File
Genre: Photograph
Additional
Information:
This image is one of several pertaining to Henry Clay Pierce's rustic camp on Cedar Island in Brule River, Wisconsin.
Subjects: Plants
Trees
Presidents
Signs and symbols
Hats
Fishing
Outdoor life
Canoes and canoeing
Rivers
Men
Outdoor photography
Clothing and dress
Shorelines
 

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