Comings & Goings: Mar. 26, 1928

Visitors in the U. S. last week included:

The Mayor of Budapest. Dr. Eugene Sipocz was one of some 500 distinguished Hungarian "Kossuth Pilgrims" who landed at Manhattan, last week, led by Baron Sigmund de Perenyi, a onetime Hungarian Minister of Interior.

They came to dedicate and present to the city of New York a monument commemorating that titanic hero, Lajos (Louis) Kossuth (1802-94). For a day Manhattan rang with speeches fervently recalling how Kossuth proclaimed the independence of Hungary and became Dictator in 1848, only to see his fatherland reconquered within a twelve-month...

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