Law: Women's Congress

Minneapolis was also the scene of the organization convention of a National Association of Women Lawyers. Brought together by the industry of Mrs. Rose Falls Bres, Editor of the Women Lawyers' Journal, nearly 100 of the country's 1,500 Portia representing 38 states, constituted themselves the nucleus of a body national to supersede the Women Lawyers' Association, a New York State organization founded 35 years ago.

Wholesome, pleasant, alert, girlish or gray-haired, motherly-looking or businesslike, none with bobbed hair, none in " mannish" clothes, the delegates sat in session, elected their officers for 1923-24,...

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