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62<span style="color:#FFFFFF;">lmont chaired the women voters&#39; convention at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. The following year, she and Paul established the National Woman&#39;s Party from the membership of the CU and organized the first picketing ever to take place before the White House, in January 1917. She was elected president of the National Woman&#39;s Party, an office she held until her death. The National Woman&#39;s Party continued to lobby for new initiatives from the Washington, D.C., headquarters that Belmont had purchased in 1929 for the group, which became the Sewall&ndash;Belmont House and Museum. On April 12, 2016, President Barack Obama designated Sewall&ndash;Belmont House as the Belmont&ndash;Paul Women&#39;s Equality National Monument, named for Belmont and Alice Paul. Later life and death From the early 1920s onward, she lived in France most of the time in order to be near her daughter Consuelo. She restored the 16th century Ch&acirc;teau d&#39;A
63 ugerville and used it as a residence. With Paul, she formed the International Advisory Council of the National Woman&#39;s Party and the Auxiliary of American Women abroad. She suffered a stroke in the spring of 1932 that left her partially paralyzed, and she died in Paris of bronchial and heart ailments on January 26, 1933. Her funeral at Saint Thomas Episcopal Church in New York City featured all female pallbearers and a large contingent of suffragists. She is interred with Oliver Belmont in the Belmont Mausoleum at Woodlawn Cemetery in The Bronx, New York, for which artist Helen Maitland Armstrong designed a set of Renaissance-inspired painted glass windows. Building programs Idle Hour in 1894. The house burned in 1899. During Alva Belmont&#39;s lifetime she built, helped design, and owned many mansions. At one point she owned nine. She was a friend and frequent patron of Richard Morris Hunt and was one of the first fem</span><br />
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