Imaginary Interviews: Jan. 7, 1924

Winifred Lenihan, leading lady in Bernard Shaw's Saint Joan: "On the front page of its Sunday Theatre Section, the New York Tribune published a large caricature of me, ignorantly referred to me as Florence Lennihan."

Henry Cabot Lodge, senior Senator from Massachusetts: "I made a call on President Coolidge, leaving my overcoat, as is the custom of presidential callers, in Secretary Slemp's room. Newspapers reported that, coming out, I 'walked jauntily away' with the ulster of Representative Louis T. McFadden of Pennsylvania, little noting the spacious effect the garment gave me until I...

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