RUSSIA: A Vibrant Echo

Prince Felix Yusupov, traveling as Count Sumarokov-Elston, accompanied by his wife, Princess Irene, second cousin of the Tsar and daughter of the Grand Duke Alexander Michaelovitch, and Baroness Wrangel, wife of the famed General whose White Army failed to overthrow the Bolshevik régime in Russia, arrived in the U. S. on board the S. S. Berengaria.

Prince Yusupov declared that he had not come to the U. S. to further "any personal ambitions" or any plans to restore the Monarchy. He had come to sell $1,000,000 of jewels —some of which once belonged...

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