From COMM 455 student Malka Goldberg:

Even though postings about the JW Society aren’t generally of interest to the JW Project, two articles from a feature of the Washington Post in the 1980s are interesting. Similar to the contemporary “Reliable Sources” column in the Style section, these articles comment on happenings and gossip around Washington. The first article discusses an early meeting of the JW Society and mentions the attendance of JW’s daughter. The second article is interesting in that the same author identifies Coolidge as the president who first appointed JW even as Harding gets the credit in the other report.

Another Post article discusses the naming of JW’s successor in the Coolidge White House–F. Stuart Crawford.

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