bkn life jan 1 1927 p12
1296 route party the Jean Miss 276 kind, hundred given the with Burr L.. THE ANNUAL RECURRENCE of the Three Morning Lectures for the benefit of the Children's Museum attracts women prominent both in the world of society and the world of education. Three charming homes are opened for this intellectual treat, the first being Mrs. William H. Good's on January 4th. Dr. Durant, the popular philosopher, will speak on the "Psychological "Psychological Differences of Men and Women." Mrs. Benjamin Benjamin Prince, who still keeps her interest in Brooklyn institutions, will open her home in Manhattan for the second lecture by Arthur Guitermann, the poet. In Mrs. John T. Underwood's drawing-room drawing-room drawing-room . will be the third by Mr. Walter Pritchard Eaton on. "The Changing Drama." Among the prominent women patronesses for this popular benefit are the following : .'..Mrs. ' Henry F, Noyes, Mrs. I. Sherwood Coffin, Mrs. Herman Stutzer, Mrs. Dean C. Osborne, Mrs. John Anderson, Mrs. John B. Clark, Mrs. Frank Davol, Mrs. Charles M. Higgins, Miss Lisbeth Higgins, Mrs. George Hunt Prentiss, Mrs. John O. Williams, Miss Sarah K. Fellows, Mrs. John Hills, Mrs. Frederick J. Austin, Mrs. Havens Brewster Bayles, Mrs. W. Leroy Coghill, Mrs. James Edsall, Mrs. Susanne Q. Cumming, Mrs. William Putnam, Mrs. Edward Edward P. Morse, Mrs. Edwin Wells DuBois, Mrs. Samuel Hooker, Mrs. William T. Hunter, Mrs. John T. Barry, Mrs. Clinton D. Burdick, Mrs. Charles Hull, Mrs. JV Denton Shea, Mrs. William More Parke, Mrs. John A. Almirall, Mrs. Thornton McDermott, Mrs. Henry A. Ingraham, Mrs. Frank L. Sniffen, Mrs. Carl Cronmeyer, Mrs. Egbert Guernsey Brown, Mrs. Alvin Ivie, Mrs.