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MARBLE BUST OF ONE OF D.A.R. FOUNDERS FOR HONOR PLACE
Modeled From Life, Likeness of Mrs. Ellen Hardin Walworth Will Grace Continental Hall, Washington.
The Christian Science Monitor (1908-Current file) - Boston, Mass.
Date: Apr 26, 1909
Start Page: 5
Pages: 1
Abstract (Document Summary)

The sculptured portrait of Ellen Hardin Walworth, one of the founders of the Daughters of the Revolution, was modeled from the living subject by Adelaide Johnson of New York as one of the great women of the times.

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