Imaginary Interviews: May 26, 1924

Miss Abby Rockefeller, daughter of John Davison Rockefeller, Jr.: "In Manhattan, I was summoned to the Traffic Court, charged with speeding 29 miles an hour on 10th Ave. My case was called. I was absent, was represented by an attorney. The magistrate found me guilty as charged, but suspended sentence. Reports said it was my second summons for speeding, that the first charge had been dismissed."

Mrs. Oliver Hazard Perry Belmont, President of the National Woman's Party: "I returned from Europe. Said I to reporters: 'It was embarrassing to hear our Government discussed by...

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