Business & Finance: Mrs. Williams' Husband

A rare flower of U. S. wealth is Mona Strader Schlesinger Bush Williams, better known as Mrs. Harrison Williams, "best-dressed woman in the world." Born in Kentucky some 40 summers ago, she married first Henry J. Schlesinger of Milwaukee's iron-&-coke family, then Manhattan Banker James Irving Bush, finally and most successfully Harrison Williams, 23 years her elder, a quiet specialist in utility finance. To the adornment of their three houses—on upper Fifth Avenue at Bayville, L. I., at Palm Beach—Mrs. Williams has devoted her professional knowledge of porcelains, her flair for the paler sort of glamour. Since being given her title...

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