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The Press: Impartial

Ivy Ledbetter Lee and Associates of Manhattan are "public relations counsel."* The principal business of Mr. Lee is to present to newspapers "statements"...

Coming & Going: Jun. 30, 1924

COMING. During the past week the following men and women arrived in the U. S. on the following ships: On the New Amsterdam (Holland-American)—Sir Herbert...

Imaginary Interviews: May 26, 1924

Miss Abby Rockefeller, daughter of John Davison Rockefeller, Jr.: "In Manhattan, I was summoned to the Traffic Court, charged with speeding 29 miles an hour on...

Milestones: Mar. 9, 1925

Born. To John F. A. Cecil and Mrs. Cecil (Cornelia Vanderbilt), a son, George Henry Vanderbilt (eight and one-half pounds); in Asheville, N. C. Children of...

Milestones, may 4, 1953

Married. Mary Jane Soong, 23, Wellesley-educated daughter of Financier T. V. Soong, onetime (1945-47) Premier of Nationalist China, and niece of Mme. Chiang...

Milestones, Oct. 14, 1946

Married. Abby Rockefeller Milton, 42, society's "Golden Girl" of the mid-'20s, only daughter of John D. Rockefeller Jr.; and Dr. Irving Hotchkiss Pardee, 54, New...

Milestones: May 25, 1925

Born. To William H. Vanderbilt, son of the late Alfred G. Vanderbilt, who lost his life in the Lusitania disaster, and Mrs. Vanderbilt, a daughter (8½ lb.) ;...

Art: Pioneer

Mary Quinn formed her taste in art early. Her taste was advanced. As a small girl she loved an impressionist landscape her aunt had painted before Impressionism...

EDUCATION: Death of Miss Chapin

From a house on Manhattan's East 49th Street last week went news which joined Abby Rockefeller Milton; Gladys Vanderbilt, Countess Szechenyi; Anna Roosevelt...

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