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Daughters of House members now have own club. Washington, D.C., March 13. Not to be outdone by the Senate daughters who formed their club some years ago, the daughters of members of the House have now organized a social and luncheon club and meet regularly at the Capitol. Seen at today's luncheon are, left to right: Miss Martha Pace, daughter of Rep. Stephen Pace of Georgia; Miss Marjorie Griswold, daughter of Rep. Harry W. Griswold of Wisconsin; and Mrs. Katherine Craig, neice of former Rep. Craig of Okl., 3-13-40

Daughters of House members now have own club. Washington, D.C., March 13. Not to be outdone by the Senate daughters who formed their club some years ago, the daughters of members of the House have now organized a social and luncheon club and meet regularly at the Capitol. Seen at today's luncheon are, left to right: Miss Martha Pace, daughter of Rep. Stephen Pace of Georgia; Miss Marjorie Griswold, daughter of Rep. Harry W. Griswold of Wisconsin; and Mrs. Katherine Craig, neice of former Rep. Craig of Okl., 3-13-40

 
 

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