National Affairs: Peace Award

In Edward W. Bok, of Philadelphia, Mr. Harding has found an able ally in his campaign for world peace.

Edward W. Bok, as his autobiography (The Americanization of Edward Bok) gives evidence, has had a remarkable career. Beginning as an obscure immigrant Dutch boy, he rose to be editor of The Ladies' Home Journal, became son-in-law of Cyrus H. Curtis, the publisher, established himself as a leader in the magazine world, then retired to devote himself to public service. He created the Philadelphia award of $10,000 yearly for the person who performs the...

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