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Who is Alva Belmont?
Alva Belmont, née Alva Erskine Smith, and known as Alva Vanderbilt from 1875 to 1896, was a prominent multi-millionaire American socialite and a major figure in the women's suffrage movement. Known for having an aristocratic manner that antagonized many people, she was also noted for her energy, intelligence, strong opinions, and willingness to challenge convention. She was married first to William Kissam Vanderbilt, with whom she had three children, and secondly to Oliver Hazard Perry Belmont.
- born on (162 years ago) in Mobile, child of August Belmont
- nationality: United States of America
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- died on (82 years ago) in Paris
- buried in Woodlawn Cemetery
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An Encyclopedia by Robert E. Weir
One such role model was Alva Belmont (1853–1933), who became active in the women's suffrage movement and, in the early twentieth century, also supported the labor movement. For the most part, however, the upper class carefully ...
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