Ribbon promoting Calvin Coolidge for president, 1924. Printed silk, with Kansas City union insignia. Length may vary slightly.
Unlike his predecessor, "Silent Cal" was rather plain and uncharismatic, seldom prone to grandiloquence as his nickname implies. His presidency spanned the prosperous years of the Roaring '20s, was largely free of controversy, and he left office popular enough to be reelected had he chosen to run.
A simple, no-frills ribbon for a simple, no-frills candidate.