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-.■=_ WASHINGTON D. C.. - APRIL 24. 1932. L
Crowds enjoying the display cf cherry
blossoms along the Tidal Basin. The blooms
were nearing their zenith of beauty last Sun
day. Star StafI Photo
Dr. John F. Condon, revealed as the mys
terious “Jafsie" in the Lindbergh kidnaping
case, is the center of eyes wherever he is recog
nized. This snapshot was taken in New York
City as he was still pursuing the case as Col.
Lindbergh’s emissary. A«soriat d Prc;s Photo.
Gov. Franklin D.
Roosevelt of New
York greets a sta
tion crowd at Chi
cago on his way to
St. Paul to address
crats. A P Photo
James Ryan (in
Front) riding Stone
dale to victory in
the twelfth running
of the Middleburg
Cup race a week
fi Star Staff Photo.
Anna Sten. Russian
salutes New York
as she arrives for
her American debut
A. P. Photo.
Andrew W. Mellon arriving at Southampton, England, as the new American Ambassador
to the Court of St. James. He is being greeted by the Lord Mayor of Southampton, wearing
his robes of office. Wide World Photos