Artist. Coolidge was a drugstore owner, painter, bank owner and inventor. He painted the famous Dogs Playing Poker, started the first bank in Antwerp, New York along with invented carnival "cut-outs," wood props with painted figures on them that you can stick your face through. Coolidge married Mary "Gertrude" Kimmell in 1909 at the age of sixty-four, and the following year they had a daughter, Gertrude "Marcella" Kimmell.
Bio by: TR Kromer