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A large painting showing the late Pres. Harding addressing a crowd of 40000 people at Vancouver B.C., was presented to Nat'l Pres Club by the Vancouver Sun, May 8. Painting is entitled "President Harding in Canada." Lft. to rt. in the group: Miss America (Miss Marguerite Meakin), Pres. Coolidge, Sir Esme Howard, the British Ambassador, and Miss Canada (Miss Letta Craig). The young ladies are both from the Washington Opera Co.

A large painting showing the late Pres. Harding addressing a crowd of 40000 people at Vancouver B.C., was presented to Nat'l Pres Club by the Vancouver Sun, May 8. Painting is entitled "President Harding in Canada." Lft. to rt. in the group: Miss America (Miss Marguerite Meakin), Pres. Coolidge, Sir Esme Howard, the British Ambassador, and Miss Canada (Miss Letta Craig). The young ladies are both from the Washington Opera Co.

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