John Calvin Coolidge (1872-1933)/biography
Calvin Coolidge 1938 Issue-$5. On November 17, 1938 the US Post Office issued the 5 dollar value of the Presidential series of that year. This remained Coolidge's sole appearance on U.S. stamps until 1986, when the Post Office releases a series of stamps, one honoring each deceased president at that time. The model for this engraving was taken from a medal struck by John R. Sinnock of the US Mint. Among the Presidential Issues this stamp is the most difficult to find on cover.
15 Smartest & Dumbest U.S. Presidents And Presidential Hopefuls Ranked By IQ Score Gerald Ford IQ: 127 Gerald Rudolph Ford was the 38th President of the United States. He attended South High School where he excelled in both academics and athletics. He was in the honor society as well as the All-City and All-State football teams. After graduating, he went to the University of Michigan getting a degree in Economics and Political Science. ~ Source: Wikipedia