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GRAPHIC SECTION twf. WASHINGTON, D. C.,-APRIL Itf. 1922. An Easter parade of twenty year* ago, show* ing the styles of the period. Photograph snapped at 5th avenue and 39th street. New York. ;D KfjrftfoiH* Vi?*W Co. Mrs. Harding receives women of the Takoma Park Civic League at the White house. \iifiun;il I'liuto Co. V ' The new Postmaster General, Hubert Work, with his three assistants, takes lunch in the Post Office cafeteria. In line: Postmaster General Work, First Assistant John H. Bartlett, Second Assistant Paul Henderson and Third Assistant W. J. Glover. N'jlticllill 1*1 Ml to. Mrs. H. Tsutuani and daughter of New York, come to Washington to view the cherry trees of their native land in bloom. National l'lioto. / Three im portant fig ures in modern Egypt. Left to right: Lord Alien by, who was mainly responsible for the birth of the E g yptian kingdom; the high commis sioner, and Said Zou leiker. Internal ioruil. Checking up on one of the biggest rum hauls of the year. Guards and members of the crew of the speed yacht Surveyor are going over the cargo of the rum-runner Edith, captured off Long Island. ? Kpjr?'<>iie Vii'W Co.