Col. Clement Kennedy was the proprietor of the New Ocean House hotel in Swampscott, Massachusetts. It served as the summer White House for President and Mrs. Calvin Coolidge. In 1941, it would be the temporary White House while President Franklin D. Roosevelt was at the historic Atlantic Conference.
A beautiful sepia signed photograph of Coolidge as President, inscribed and signed “To Clement E. Kennedy, with regards, Calvin Coolidge”.
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