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Sabin, Pauline Mortonlocked

(23 April 1887–27 December 1955)
  • Marilyn Elizabeth Perry

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Sabin, Pauline Morton (23 April 1887–27 December 1955), Prohibition repeal leader and Republican party official, was born in Chicago, Illinois, the daughter of Paul Morton, a railroad executive, and Charlotte Goodridge. At the age of sixteen Pauline accompanied her father to Washington, D.C., when he served as secretary of the navy from 1904 to 1905. Her father was also one of the Morton Salt heirs, and when he died Pauline inherited several million dollars. Her education included private schooling both in Chicago and in Washington before she made her debut into society....

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