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1924 Republican National Convention

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The 1924 Republican National Convention was held in Cleveland’s Public Hall from June 10 – 13, 1924. It was the first national party convention to be broadcast over the radio. The 1924 Republican Convention was also the first convention in which female delegates were given equal representation as women had secured the right to vote in 1920.