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Hoover taking the presidential oath, adminis tered by the late Chief Justice T a f t. Calvin Coolidge, the retiring Presi dent, and Mrs. Coolidge are seen on the right and Mrs. Hoover on the left. A p Photo. When thousands braved a drizzling rain on the Capitol Plaza four years ago for the inauguration of Herbert Hoover as the thirty-first President of the United States. 3 Underwood Si Underwood. When Warren G. Harding became the twenty-ninth President of the United States. The !ate Chief Justice White is •dministering the oath. National Photo Four years ago in front of the White House. Calvin Coolidge, retiring President, and Herbert Hoover ready to drive to the Capitol for Mr. Hoover's inauguration. Associated Press Photo. President Woodrow Wilson and President elect Warren G. Harding riding to the Capitol together for Mr. Harding's inaueuration on March 4. 1921. - National Photo A painting gives us the scene as the martyred William McKinley took the oath as the twenty-fifth President on March 4, 1897. £ Associated Press Photo Historically famous for its bliz zard was theTaft inaugural. Here's a view of the pa rade from Fifteenth and Pennsylvania avenue on that snowy March 4, 1909. In the circle are President and Mrs. Taft smiling their response to inaugural cheers. <0 Harris & Ewlng and National Photos. At left: It was a sunny March 4 and the throng was dense on Capitol Plaza for Grover Cleveland's first in augural in 1885. © J&rvls Photo. I There has been a change on Capitol Hill since Lincoln's time. This interesting old sketch gives us the scene at his first inaugural in 1861.