National Affairs: Meeting

Since 1888, when the International Council of Women was founded in Washington by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, quinquennials have been held at Rome, London, Berlin, Toronto, Christiania. At the latter capital, in 1920, the sessions were held in the Norwegian Parliament buildings and delegates were received by King Haakon and Queen Maud.

Last week, the sixth quinquennial convened at Washington, D. C., to meet in session until May 14. Delegates from dozens of countries registered. The President and Mrs. Coolidge, the Secretary of State and Mrs. Kellogg, other Cabinet and Embassy...

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