When Calvin Coolidge wanted to marry Miss Grace Goodhue, her parents were not happy.
The Coolidge Proposal
Some time after Calvin Coolidge began seeing the pretty Miss Goodhue, he took her to meet his family. They liked her. Everybody did. His grandmother said, “She’s a likely gal, Calvin, you should marry her.” “Think I will,” Coolidge replied.
Sometime afterwards, the prospective bridegroom told the prospective bride’s father that he wanted to marry Grace.
Mr. Goodhue was astounded. “Does Grace know about this?” he asked. Coolidge said simply, “No. But she will.”
The Goodhue Objection:
There was nothing bad about Calvin Coolidge himself-ish. He came from a good family. He had graduated from Amherst College. He was a practicing attorney. Perhaps not an Adonis, but…
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