WOMEN: Mrs. Vlllard

Mrs. Villard

To do homage to an octogenarienne, the Women's Peace Society of the Western Hemisphere summoned the representatives of half a dozen organizations to luncheon in Manhattan. The luncheon was in honor of the 80th birthday of the Chairman of the Women's Peace Society, Mrs. Henry Villard, née Fanny Garrison.

Distinction comes to her naturally, not only in her own person but as a daughter and a wife. For her father was William Lloyd Garrison, the famed abolitionist, who at 22 was editing the first prohibition paper in the country (the National Philanthropist),...

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