People: People, Aug. 4, 1941


Pola Negri, 41, oldtime siren of the silents, and Negrophile Nancy Cunard, the British shipping family's 45-year-old problem child, tangled with immigration officials in New York harbor. They finally let Pola in despite the fact her papers were out of order. She had come from the Riviera. Nancy, who had come from Havana with no visa at all, settled on Ellis Island to await the next boat to England.

Mrs. P. G. Wodehouse took a train (and 19 trunks) to Berlin from France, saw her husband for the first time in a...

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