The Dedicatory Address of Calvin Coolidge at the Equestrian Statue of Francis Asbury

Calvin Coolidge

In October 15, 1924, Calvin Coolidge, the thirtieth president of the United States, stood to make a speech at the intersection of Mt. Pleasant and Sixteenth Street in our nation’s capital. He was there to dedicate a statue of a horse and rider. In this inspiring speech, the president remarked of Francis Asbury, “He is entitled to rank as one of the builders of our nation.”

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