People: People, Dec. 18, 1944

Upper Classes

Sidney Hillman, strong boy of U.S. labor and champion of the common man, now visiting London to help make plans for a world trade-union conference in February, bunked in at swank Claridge's Hotel in London, where he found that two of his fellow guests were King George II of Greece, King Peter II of Yugoslavia.

Katharine Cornell, soulful, dark-eyed U.S. actress, touring European war zones with her oldtime favorite, The Barretts of Wimpole Street, put up at Rome's lavish, fuel-short Grand Hotel, was promptly rated No. 1 on the "bathtub circuit" (hot...

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