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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, September 12, 1926, Image 102

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Gertrude Ederle, first woman to swim the English Channel, and
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Jack Dempsey’s Atlantic City training camp, where the cham
pion is preparing for his bout with Tunney. ®*’ & A Pholt, “
THE SUNDAY STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C.-GRAVURE SECTION-SEPTEMBER 12, 1926.
Miss M. L. Red
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into this drive as
she is snapped at a
recent tourney at
Ryde, Isle of
Wight.
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When she broke 96 out
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Wright of Atlanta, Ga.,
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trapshooting champion
ship at the recent meet at
Vandalia, Ohio.
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Nine tenants had a lucky escape, uninjured, when this dwelling, in Providence, R. 1.,
toppled over while the first floor was being altered for a store. ©Henry Miner.
Countess Ro
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Members of the new Interfederation Conference of Civic Leaders, formed for the mutual advance
ment of the National Capital and its environs in Arlington County, Va., and Montgomery County, Md.
Left to right, front row: Jesse C. Suter, president of the Federation of Citizens' Associations of the Dis
trict; Col. W. A. Kroll, Montgomery County Civic Federation; Arthur Orr. Arlington County Civic Fed
eration; H. N. Stull, District Federation, and Maj. R. B. Lawrence, Montgomery Federation. Back row:
Oliver Owen Kuhn, president Montgomery Federation; E. S. Hege, District Federation; Capt. F. L.
Hewitt, Montgomery Federation; William McK. Clayton, District Federation; R. E. Plymale, president
Arlington Federation, and Frank G. Campbell, Arlington Federation. © w a .hiiutt«n s«ar phou.*
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This plucky Red Rock rooster seems to be pretty successfully disputing
the question of who’s who with the Boston bull on their Los Angeles, Calif.,
f arm# © Herbert Photo*.
The hurricane which recently struck southern Louisiana and killed more
j than a score of persons left this church, at Houma, with little of its front wall.
© Acme Photo*.

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