Florence Jaffray Hurst “Daisy” Harriman, chairman and founder of the Women’s National Wilson and Marshall Organization, addressing a political rally in Union Square, New York on August 20, 1912. The New York Times states that Harriman was the founder and chairman of the organization which was active at least through the 1912 election.
She also co-founded New York City’s Colony Club, served on the US Commission on Industrial Relations, directed the Women’s Motor Corps in France during WWI, participated in the Versailles Peace Conference, and was the US Ambassador to Norway from 1937-1940. She said, ““I think nobody can deny that I have always had through sheer luck. . . a box seat at the America of my times.”