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Every-Day Edit: Presidential Radio

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Many think Calvin Coolidge is the first president to be herd on the radio, but that honer actually belongs to Warren G. Harding. On June 14, 1922, Harding give a speech to dedicate a Francis Scott key memorial and it was record on wax discs to be play back on the radio later. Warren G Harding was also the first president to have a radio in the White House, which she has installed on February 8, 1922.

Answer Key:

Many think Calvin Coolidge was the first president to be heard on the radio, but that honor actually belongs to Warren G. Harding. On June 14, 1922, Harding gave a speech to dedicate a Francis Scott Key memorial and it was recorded on wax discs to be played back on the radio later. Warren G. Harding was also the first president to have a radio in the White House, which he had installed on February 8, 1922.

 

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