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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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