GREAT BRITAIN: First Court

More than a thousand ladies were presented to Their Majesties in Buckingham Palace, last week, at the first two Courts of the present London season. The 22 U. S. citizenesses who curtsied low before the King-Emperor, rose, glided two steps to the right, and curtsied to the Queen-Empress were:

Miss Elizabeth Houghton, daughter of U. S. Ambassador to Great Britain Alanson Bigelow Houghton; and her friend Miss Genevieve Sullivan, whose home, like that of the Houghtons, is at Corning, N. Y.

Mrs. Alfred J. Brosseau, President of the Daughters of the American...

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