Marked was the vigor last week of the Knickerbocker aristocracy of Manhattan in observing the joyous marriage day of Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Juliana of The Netherlands.

The newsorgan of most of these aristocrats is the New York Herald Tribune. Warmly it editorialized: "There is no country in Europe where Americans feel more thoroughly at home than Holland. . . . The language barrier matters little amid such hearty friendliness and genuineness of character. . . . This ["New York] was a Dutch colony before it was British. The Dutch strain is...

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