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Armouries ball - windsor evening record, Nov 13, 1911.jpg
A small society article mentioning that Mrs. E. C. Walker attended the military ball at the armories in Windsor wearing a satin crystal dress.

Society - Washington Post, Oct. 5, 1917.jpg
A small society article mentioning that Mrs. Edward C. Walker spent the summer "at her Canadian home" which could mean either in Walkerville or St. Andrew's. Of particular interest is the fact that she essentially received her own subtitle as "guest…

Society - Washington Post, Noc. 7, 1918.jpg
A small society article mentioning that Mrs. Edward C. Walker would be returning to Washington in November after spending the summer in New Brunswick, Walkerville, and Detroit.

Society - Washington Post, Jan. 10, 1919.jpg
An article mentioning that Mrs. Edward C. Walker was one of several patronesses for a ball hosted at the Willard to benefit the Children's Hospital in Washington.

Society - Washington Post, Nov 26,1921.jpg
An article mentioning that Mrs. Edward C. Walker, along with her sister, Mrs. Andre Brewster, took boxes at the Belleau Wood Memorial Concert.

Benefit for Russian Refugees - Washington Post, Feb, 19, 1924.jpg
An article mentioning that Mrs. Edward C. Walker was a member of the committee that arranged a benefit held in Washington to support Russian refugees.

Capital Society Events - Washington Post, Dec 5, 1925.jpg
A small society article stating that Mrs. Edward C. Walker has rented a house for the winter with her sister, Mrs. Andre Brewster.

Events of Interest in Society Circles of Capital - Washington Post April 12, 1929.jpg
An article mentioning that Mrs. Edward C. Walker was the guest of the British Ambassador at a party to honour Archbishop of Baltimore. Other important guests were the Ambassador of France, the Minister of Portugal, and the Minister of the Irish Free…

Ball of Nations.pdf
This article mentions that Mrs. Edward C. Walker was one of the "prominent women in official and residential circles of the Capital" that gave her support to the Ball of Nations to support the American University Scholarship Fund.

Mary Walker and NCW - The Windsor Evening Record November 20, 1911.jpg
This article mentions that Mary Walker was elected honorary president of the Walkerville local of the National Council of Women in 1911. While it is not known if she took an active part in the suffrage movement, Mary was definitely present and active…
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