RUSSIA: Travelers to Moscow

Between April, when the Moskva thaws to liquid life, and November, when it freezes over, a few hardy U. S. citizens venture each year to Moscow.

This summer President Samuel M. Vauclain of the Baldwin Locomotive Works talked draw-bar-pull and horsepower hours beside the Moskva. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Fairbanks talked a Russian cinema trust. Potent hydroelectric engineer Hugh Lincoln ("Muscle Shoals") Cooper proposed to harness the mighty Dnieper with dams and turbines. These purposeful people came to Moscow on business, have returned with the reticence of those who have set themselves...

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