WOMEN: Thomson

Thomson, née Clark

Over a year ago, the democrats placed the first woman in the U. S. Senate when Mrs. Rebecca Latimer Felton, of Georgia, appointed to fill an unexpired term, served actively for one day. At present, however, the only woman in Congress is Mrs. Mae E. Nolan, Representative from San Francisco, a Republican. Will she soon have a Democratic counterpart?

Genevieve Clark Thomson, of New Orleans, able golfer, announced her candidacy for the seat in the House which fell vacant with the death of H. Garland Dupre (TIME, Mar. 3). Thomson is...

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