To the rich larder of documents, reports, memoirs, novels on the War and its aftermath which future historians must digest, a new titbit was added last week. William Randolph Hearst's able, convivial

Editor Ray Long published in Cosmopolitan the letters of Miss Edith Benham, social secretary to President Woodrow Wilson and his second wife, written to her fiance Rear Admiral James M. Helm. Social Secretary Benham reported almost daily to her Admiral the progress of the Paris Peace Conference as she observed it from the Wilson's Paris headquarters, the ornate Bischoffsheim house...

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