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Alva Belmont seated second from right was the wealthy former wife of a Vanderbilt and...

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Alva Belmont, seated second from right, was the wealthy former wife of a Vanderbilt and Belmont, and the most important financial benefactor of the National Woman’s Party. Dripping in jewels, she attends the Women's Voter Convention, Sept. 1915
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Alva Belmont, seated second from right, was the wealthy former wife of a Vanderbilt and Belmont, and the most important financial benefactor of the National Woman’s Party. Dripping in jewels, she attends the Women's Voter Convention, Sept. 1915

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