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"Aunt Bessie's" home. Washington, D.C., Oct. 29. This unimposing apartment house will no doubt be the scene of a visit from the Duke and Duchess of Windsor when they come to the National Capital sometime next month. It is the home of Mrs. D.C. Merryman, the Duchess' Aunt Bessie. The building is located in a quiet residential neighborhood, just off Connecticut Ave. 10/29/37

"Aunt Bessie's" home. Washington, D.C., Oct. 29. This unimposing apartment house will no doubt be the scene of a visit from the Duke and Duchess of Windsor when they come to the National Capital sometime next month. It is the home of Mrs. D.C. Merryman, the Duchess' Aunt Bessie. The building is located in a quiet residential neighborhood, just off Connecticut Ave. 10/29/37

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