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Noted woman gem collector is holding exhibit in National Capital. Famous gems that are worth a king's ransom were displayed at a private showing at the Grace Dodge Hotel in Washington this week by Miss Harriet Keith Fobes, noted gem collector of New York. It was from Miss Fobe's wonderful collection that Mrs. Coolidge received her first inaugural present in 1924, the lovely crystal and silver necklace given her by Mrs William M. Butler, whose husband was then chairman of the Republican National Committee

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