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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, May 13, 1945, Image 84

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Embassy Row
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Dr. Juan Carlos Blanco, Ambassador to the United States
from Uruguay, poses with his family in the sitting room of their
official residence at the Mayflower Hotel Left to right: Juan
Carlos Blanco, jr., 9, Senora Blanco, the Ambassador and Mar
garita, 13.
Some of the family silver and china adorn the serving table in the living
room of the Blancos' apartment embassy The doilies are of very fine old lace
given to the Ambassador's wife by her mother.
Entrance to the Ambassador's residence, Suite 675 The
establishment of the Uruguayan Embassy in o suitoble house is
not expected until after the war Several aportmenfs on the
6th floor of the hotel, however, are occupied by the family, and
the Embassy offices are located on the third floor
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Old Spanish cabinet of ebony, ivory and mother of pearl in the living room
Each panel, displaying a diffeient design, is a drawer.
The glass case in front of the fireplace contains the Ambassador's many deco
rations, including the Grand Cross ol the Legion of Honor, France's highest award.
An old copy of the Mayflower rests on the mantel < left •, with amber jade figures on
either end. Star Stafl Photu.s by Randolph Routt

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