FRANCE: Mellon Hunt

M. Theodore Rousseau, Director of the Paris branch of the Guaranty Trust Co. of Manhattan, waited one afternoon last week at the Gare du Lyons, Paris. In puffed a train. Out jumped a man both lean and spry. While porters panted, he sprinted with M. Rousseau for the latter's limousine, distanced newsgatherers, photographers. Then for a few days Secretary Mellon of the U. S. Treasury dwelt on the ancient Ile St. Louis, hard by Notre Dame, surrounded by the muddy Seine, ensconced at the venerable and opulent mansion of M. Rousseau whom...

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