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Americans and Burmese friends, Rangoon 1914
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1905 - 1914

Americans and Burmese friends, Rangoon 1914

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Americans and Burmese friends, Rangoon 1914. The woman seated in the middle is Carolyn Harding Votaw, younger sister of Warren Harding, the 29th President of the United States. She lived in Burma from 1905-1914 where husband Herber Votaw (standing behind her) was an Adventist Minister. Their house was on Lower Kemmendine, near the Lady Dufferin Hospital (now Central Women's Hospital)

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