Religion: Big Tui

When Arthur Barksdale Kinsolving II was born into Baltimore's famed Episcopal family 38 years ago, his father was Bishop of Southern Brazil. Growing up there, he was nicknamed "Tui"—Portuguese diminutive for Arthur. He went to Episcopal High School in Virginia, and to the University. A cousin who followed him a few years later became "Little Tui." Off to War v:ent "Big Tui," to serve in the French ambulance corps for two years and finish as a U. S. first lieutenant. He returned with a Croix de Guerre, sold bonds for a time, entered...

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