National Affairs: Milholland Memorials

Lucy Branham, one of the ladies who was dispatched by the Joint Amnesty Committee, to heckle the late President Harding on his trip across the country last Summer* —the reason being that he had not pardoned all prisoners convicted under Wartime laws—has undertaken a new task. She is to go to "all the colleges of the country" to organize Inez Milholland memorial organizations.

Inez Milholland, or Mrs. Eugene Boissevain as she was by marriage, was, like Miss Branham, an ardent suffragist, and an agitator for organized labor.

She was graduated from Vassar in 1909, having...

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