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'ENGAGEMENT PHOTOGRAPH" OF BEAUTIFUL
HEIRESS WHOM VINCENT 4STOR IS TOAVED
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Here is the first specially posed photograph of Miss Helen Dinsmore
Huntington, whom Vincent Astor will marry. This photograph was made
on the porch of her home just after the engagement was announced.
Two neighbors were leaning over
their back fence, exchanging gossip.
"My husband," remarked one, "says
he always does better work when he
is thinking of me' "I notice," re
sponded the otnei 'that he makes, a,
ery goou job of beaiws the caecsr
A young lady artist, examining
some of her pupils sketches, remark
ed to one of the little girls, "And what
have you been drawing, Mary?"
Mary lephed, 'ElQase,'tea,cber, I tried
to aitiw ou bat it wa&n't ncht en T
,?rt& tail toil asiutaade j$a,do."
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