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Pauline Morton Sabin

Pauline Morton Sabin, American political organization worker. Recipient of America Woman’s Association award “for eminent attainment,” 1934. Club, 1921; member Republican National Committee, term 1924-1928.

Background

  • Sabin, Pauline Morton was born on April 23, 1887 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Paul and Charlotte (Goodridge) Morton.

  • Education

    • Educated private schools and abroad.

    Career

    • Elected member Republican Committee of Suffolk County, New York, 1919. Made member Republican State Executive Committee, New York, 1920. President Women’s National Republican Club, 1921.

      Delegate Republican National Convention, Cleveland, O., 1924. Member Republican National Committee, term 1924-1928. Resigned, 1929, to organize Women’s Organization for National Prohibition Reform, of which was made nat. chairman, organization disbanded December 1933.

      Appointed by President Coolidge member Lexington-Concord Sesquicentennial Commission, 1925.

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Club, 1921; member Republican National Committee, term 1924-1928. Clubs: Colony, Woman’s City.

    Connections

    • Married Charles Hamilton Sabin, of New York City, December 28, 1916. Married second, Dwight F. Davis, May 8, 1936.
    • father: Paul Morton
    • mother: Charlotte (Goodridge) Morton
    • spouses: Charles Hamilton Sabin
    • Dwight F. Davis
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    Born April 23, 1887
    Nationality

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