Mrs. L. C. French Dies
In Washington D. C.
Prominent Club Woman And Civic Worker
Succumbs Following Heart Attack,
BY RUSSELL KENT
Journal Washington Bureau
WASHINGTON, May 14 — Mrs
L. Crozier French, for many years
prominent in social and civic activi-
ties in Knoxville and a pioneer work-
er in Tennessee for women's suf-
frage, died here at 4 o'clock this af-
ternoon. She was 75 years old.
The body will be sent to Knoxville
on the Memphis Special early in the
morning, arriving at Knoxville tomorrow night. Funeral services will
be held Monday morning.
Mrs. French reached Washington
Monday morning, intending to remain several days. She was walking
with Mrs. L. D. Tyson, wife of the
senator, in a room in the National
Women's Party building here which
has been furnished by the Tennessee Women's Party and is to be dedicated in honor of Mrs. French when
she became suddenly ill Wednesday
afternoon. She was removed to Providence hospital.
A son, William W. French arrived
this morning from Birmingham, Ala.
Mrs. French rallied and it was believed she had started toward recovery when in mid-afternoon she
suffered a relapse which brought the
The cause of death was ascribed
to heart trouble, complicated by a congestion of both lungs approaching pneumonia and by other physical ailments.
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