GREAT BRITAIN: Elder Statesman Marries

In 1911, when David Lloyd George was Chancellor of the Exchequer and the coming man of British politics, his young daughters came home for a holiday and brought along their favorite schoolteacher, Miss Frances Louise Stevenson. The entire family was charmed with the 23-year-old girl, thought her a paragon of intelligence, efficiency and wholesome good looks.

Two years later Lloyd George needed a private secretary. Miss Stevenson accepted the job, for the next 30 years never held another. She worked with her boss during his great days as wartime Prime Minister, accompanied...

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