Looking Back

 


100 years ago

April 17, 1914

Mrs. Francis E. Warren, the young wife of Senator Warren of Wyoming, was known in Washington society during her girlhood. Before she came to take her place as a matron of the official set at the capitol she was often a guest at the home of her uncle, the late Justice Brown of the Supreme court.

Senator and Mrs. Warren are now occupying what was formerly the Brown home, in which as a girl Mrs. Warren spent so many happy days. It is well adapted to entertaining on a generous scale. Its drawing rooms contain some rare pieces of old mahogany which would delight th...



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