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Countess Marie Henriette de Warvin.
San Francisco, Cal. Countess Ma
rie Henriette de Warvin of Brussels,
a countess by heritage, was delighted
with her first view of America, which
she received from the deck of the
trans-Pacific liner Korea which ar-
rrived here recently from the Orient.
,The countess is making a trip
around the world. She went to the
Orient by way of Mediterranean and
Suez, and in her travels has made
more than 800 photographs.
Photography is her hobby and she
has been exceptionally successful
with her camera.
The countess carries a passport of
special diplomat from the prime min
ister of Belgium, but is traveling
quietly, not making her presence
Her itinerary includes Yosemite
Valley, Yellowstone Park, the Grand
Canyon and also the principle cities
of the United States. From New York
she will sail for home.
New York City is said to have more
than fifty known lepers running at