Ruth Hale (feminist) - Marriage and Family

Marriage and Family

Hale was introduced to Heywood Broun, a popular newspaper columnist and sportswriter, at a New York Giants baseball game at the Polo Grounds. They were married on 6 June 1917. When Broun was sent to France to report on the war, Hale went with him, writing for the Paris edition of the Chicago Tribune.

In 1918 Hale gave birth to her only child, Heywood Hale Broun, in New York City.

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