Warren G. Harding Memorial Address delivered before the Joint meeting of the Two Houses of Congress (INSCRIBED by Harding's sister). Charles Evans Hughes, Carolyn Harding Votaw, Secretary of State.
Warren G. Harding Memorial Address delivered before the Joint meeting of the Two Houses of Congress (INSCRIBED by Harding's sister)

Warren G. Harding Memorial Address delivered before the Joint meeting of the Two Houses of Congress (INSCRIBED by Harding's sister)

Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1924. First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo; 94 pp; illustrations. Inscribed by Harding's sister, Carolyn Harding Votaw 'Presented to Dr. and Mrs. C.W. Richardson/in loving memory of my disting-/usihed brother -/ Carolyn Harding Votaw'; stapled to ffeps are copies of the notice of the Commonwealth Club's scheduled August 1, 1923 luncheon and reception for President Harding and the subsequent cancellation notice (after Harding's sudden death). C.W. Richardson label to front pastedown. Carolyn Harding Votaw, President Harding's youngest sister, and her husband moved to Washingto when he was Senator, he as Harding's clerk and she as an early member of the Women’s Bureau of the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department and running a program for unwed mothers. The irony was that later she arranged a White House tour for Nan Britton, Harding's mistress and later was active in refuting Britton's efforts to establish her daughter Elizabeth Ann as Harding's. Item #19591

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