Hungarians generally were much gratified when U.S. President Coolidge accepted a bronze statue of Louis Kossuth and another of George Washington.

The statues, three feet high, are the work of the Hungarian sculptor Julius de Bezeredy of Budapest. That of George Washington is a replica of the statue which stands in the Varosliget in Budapest.

The presentation was made in the White House by a delegation of American citizens of Hungarian descent, headed by one Eugene Pivany of Manhattan. Said Mr.Pivany: " These two statues are...

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