National Affairs: Peace Prize

To Colonel Charles Augustus Lindbergh, 26, who by his flights to Europe and Latin-America has bettered the international relations of the U. S., was voted last week the Woodrow Wilson Peace Award: $25,000 and a medal. The date of presentation was not announced.

There have been two other recipients of the Woodrow Wilson Peace Award: in 1924, Edgar Algernon Robert Cecil, Viscount Cecil of Chelwood, 63; in 1926, Elihu Root, 83.


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