Peace congress big feature of the Centennial.


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    Reprint from Industrial News, Greensboro, Saturday, September 26, of article about the Peace Congress to be part of the Oct. 11-16, Greensboro Centennial celebrations, written by Miss Euphemia Holden, Secretary to the Executive Committee of the North Carolina Arbitration and Peace Congress. The article highlights contributions of Sir William Randal Cremer, and mentions such events as the first Interdisciplinary Union; the First Hague Conference (called by the Czar of Russia); the National Peace Congress held in 1907 in New York City, with Andrew Carnegie as its President; the second Hague Conference, and descriptions of the many national and international peace societies, among them the North Carolina Peace Society and the Practical Peace League, both founded by Hayne Davis.
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