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Mrs. Coolidge and Rebecca, her pet raccoon. Despite her affectionate nature, Rebecca's wayward tendencies finally caused her to be lodged in the Zoo, Vl! "" r '' x dggr r «■■ P\ St* l \ i^r 1 \ ; CJB ■ ... IH JLjSfHI '* ' MB* • • ''•■/ > "h - •££?, a T JgafMS | - :*>'-~r \*'"%■ ?'^;4?**SBXjfBBE9BHHMMMMBHi Rob Roy playing with his mistress, Mrs. Coolidge, who has shown her fondness for white collies by having three dur ing her residence in the White House. Ham* & Etmi. Hf JH ■L ■F- .' ttu ... .. ; 7 hese three little were one of the first gifts to President Coolidge dter he entered the White House They are now grown ups at the Zoo. “* N.tlli.nal I'lmilo M RK* <2: a *?*> m Blackie and Tige have been almost forgotten in the succession of White House pets since their arrival early in the Coolidge administration. ' N '* l, ""‘ l ~h," ‘’ i JgBB&B KfIHHk ' j| : .z ' IcjSnuWi l Zr ! "' HfIJPF I ~,, . v • *-^^yv r ii |,# ' - * % A member of the White House police ftirce flirting with one of the temporary "pets” around Thanksgiving time. The gobbler was a present to President Harding. u N " U,,M ' The famous herd of pedigreed sheep which adorned the White House lawn during the Wilson administration. They are now cropping the fields of a Maryland farm. © National Photo 1 * im, SA|' / X* -yf *- Wf -a,.- , **v * ,^| aI. jb* ■ - ■ >, t The two lion cubs presented 111 I—-, - to President Coolidge by the city / fIT ▼ -* % ' WKMjk, n. of Johannesburg, South Africa, / \ are not as cubbish as they used / $ >. : \ to be. The Zoo was a wisely ... . chosen home for them. i ij . m*jm - jk - : JHi Hf /! T 1 'V— .; ■»-•*. * '.v *- *>■ >- 4ti.» 4. * - -• <■ Remember the one-legged rooster pet of the Roosevelt youngsters? Many artificial legs were contrived for the luckless \<) Nutiohal IMioti*- 1 Ufj WM j Laddie Boy, President Harding's Airedale, extends a play ful greeting to his master on the White House portico. O I'llllt'l VMXHI a l llllt l WtH.,l h WBFJ3-WF * I -Tlflffil \ _r4L * r mwfm ~ Jf* ' > As" • i Pauline, the useful pet of tlie Taft household, was afa miliar figure on the White House lawns. The State, War and Navy Building is seen in the background. v, t"’"*' l ‘ , “* , ‘*