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Saint James Episcopal Churchyard Hyde Park, Dutchess County, New York, USA

Ruth Morgan (October 12, 1870 – March 11, 1934) was a Peace lobbyist. Chair of the International Alliance of Women's Committee for Peace and the League of Nations, Geneva, 1926. Chair of the Department of International Cooperation for the Prevention of War, National League of Women Voters, which supported World Court, 1924, and Kellogg-Briand Pact, 1928.

Ruth Morgan was the daughter of William Dare Morgan and Angelica Livingston Hoyt.[1] Her sister was social reform pioneer Geraldine Morgan Thompson.

Officers of the National Committee on the Cause and Cure of War, now meeting in convention at Washington, photographed at opening session. L. to R.: Miss Henrietta Roelofs, Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, Miss Ruth Morgan, and Miss Josephine Schain

Katharine Ludington, Belle Sherwin, Mrs. Roscoe Anderson, Elizabeth J. Hauser, Mrs. Frank P. Hixon, and Ruth Morgan conferring in Washington on plans for their legislative program, the outstanding item of which will be a fight for the support of the Kellogg Anti-War treaty

Call on Hoover. Members attending the Fifth Annual Conference on the Cause and Cure of War call on President Hoover. Here they are photographed after the meeting on the steps of the State, War, and Navy building. Left to right, front row: Miss Ruth Morgan, NY, Mrs. Edgerton Parsons, NY, Mrs. Ben Hooper, Mrs. John Sipple, Baltimore, MD, Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, Miss Josephine Schain, NY, and Miss Henrietta Rellefs, NY

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