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MARCH 2 Rothschild, Lord Victor   City   RS
Heardt, Georges   Palm Beach   GS
Barr, Alfred H., Jr.   City   GS
Wilson, John C.   City   RML
Washburn, Gordon   Buffalo   RML
Plaut, James S.   Boston   RML
Neumeyer, Dr. Alfred   Mills College   RML
Talmey, Miss Allene   City   RML
Rogers, Mrs. Reginald Brock   Huntington   RML
Disston, Miss Natalie E.   Bennington   RML
Hanley, T. Edward   Bradford   RML
Mongan, Miss Agnes   Cambridge   RML
Benson, Mrs. Mary   City   RML
Rehn, Frank K. M.   City   RML
Schiff, Mrs. John M.   City   GS

3 Sterling, Charles (wire)   S. S. Normandie   GS
Schiff, John M.   City   GS
Blumenthal, Miss Florence M.   Hartford   RML
Bohrmann, Horst   City   RML
Straus, Mrs. Herbert N.   City   RML
Levy, Julien   City   RML
Rosenthal, Mrs. Moritz   City   RML
Dorner, Dr. Alexander   Providence   RML
Bissell, Richard M., Jr.   New Haven   RML
Rich, Daniel Catton (wire)   Chicago   RML
Janis, Sidney   New York   RML

4 Hepburn, Miss Katherine   City   RML
Mongan, Miss Agnes   Cambridge   RML
Neun, Mrs.   City   RML
Van Puyvelde, L.   City   GS

6 Higgins, Aldus C.   Worcester   GS
Sachs, Prof. Paul J. (wire)   Cambridge   GS
Lawton, J.   City   GS
Hatfield, Dalzell   Los Angeles   RML
Howe, Thomas C., Jr.   San Francisco   RML
Groody, Harris   City   RML
Koehler, Mrs. Edwin   City   RML
Russell, Mrs. Charles H., Jr.   City   RML
Taylor, Francis H.   Worcester   GS
Marceau, Henri   Philadelphia   GS

7 Sachs, Prof. Paul J. (wire)   Cambridge   GS
Van Puyvelde, L.   City   GS
Houghton, Arthur A., Jr.   Corning   RML
Neumeyer, Dr. Alfred   Mills College   RML
Wildenstein, Felix   City   RML
Kraushaar, Miss Antoinette   City   RML
Simonson, Lee   City   RML

8 Arnaud, E. E. H.   City   RML
Dorner, Dr. Alexander   Providence   RML
Ames, Winslow   New London   RML
Coe, Ralph M.   Cleveland   GS
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