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[Sarindar Fountain, Bukharest, Roumania]

[Pelesch (i.e., Peles) Castle, Sinaia, Roumania]

[Pelesch (i.e., Peles) Castle, Kloster Sinaia, hotels, Kaserne, Ungarth and villas, Sinaia, Roumania]

[General view, Bukharest, Roumania]

[Michaiwoda Memorial, Bukharest, Roumania]

[Upper Prahova, Sinaia, Roumania]

[Theaterplatz, Bukharest, Roumania]

[Kurplatz with hydrotherapic baths and Hotel Karaimann, Sinaia, Roumania]

Queen Elizabeth of Roumania as Princess

King Roumania

Queen of Roumania and children with Crown Prince of Germany

Elizabeth of Roumania, Queen of Greece

King Charles I of Roumania

Marie of Roumania as a nun

Queen of Roumania, Prince Elizabeth, Crown Princess. Prince Carol, and Crown Prince of Germany

Queen Roumania

King and Queen of Roumania lying on lawn, Brand Photo. / Brand Photo.

NICHOLAS OF ROUMANIA, PRINCE

MARIE OF ROUMANIA, QUEEN

NICHOLAS OF ROUMANIA, PRINCE

Prince William of Sweden and H. Wilson. Minister to Roumania, in carriage

Crown Princess of Roumania seated with her daughter

Prince Nicolas of Roumania

Queen of Roumania

Princess Elisabeth, Roumania

King of Roumania in uniform

The oil fields of Roumania Homes for American workmen in the oil fields. One American company has investments amounting to [blank].

Palaces in Bucharest are elaborate. This is the old home of the beloved Carmen Sylva or first Queen of Roumania A Roumanian peasant.

In Romania youthful grace and beauty often becomes matronly stoutness because of the indolent life of the rich and the lack of exercise even when young Everything but bananas. At the stations in Roumania one is tempted by pretty peasant girls with delicious fruits in twig bound baskets of their own making.

Standard Oil tanks in Roumania Roumania has a fleet of Black Sea boats operating from Constanza to Constantinople. This is the Emperor Trajan medallion on the bow of the bot [i.e., boat] which carried me to the Orient.

[Group of people in Roumania skimming refuse off the surface of hot oil]

A driver of the old school. He hopes to die before the inartistic automobile supplants his elegant victoria with prancing teams of greys, on the boulevards of Buckharest [i.e. Bucharest] A corner of Sinia the smart summer colony of Roumania high in the pine clad Carpathian mountains ; Roumanian girls are good to look at but they prefer their Latin brothers to the cold Anglo-Saxon.

A Lake of gold! Not exactly, but of oil, which to-day is almost the same in value. American oil fields in Roumania

Tennis becomes popular in Roumania. The introduction of American sports in Europe is a healthy sign. Perhaps the prime ministers and rulers of small belligerent countries can meet on the golf course for a settlement of differences instead of the overworked battlefields [Building on the street, Romania]

Religion is not taken seriously by the upper classes of Roumania in spite of beautiful Orthodox churches A Roumanian soldier. The bayonet is unusually long in this army.

An oil well in Roumania owned by German capitalists

Queen Marie of Roumania sets the styles of dress of her country. In the summer she adopts the colorful embroidered costume of the Transylvanian peasant woman. Here is the daughter of the rich in Sinaia wearing the costume

One of the smart hotels of Sinaia An oil well in Roumania owned by German capitalists.

A Bucharest hotel is modern in every way except the elevators which carry you up but not down. As in most European hotels signs warn you of the danger of riding down in the elevators Part of Carpenter's World Travels after crossing the Danube is entering Roumania.

American oil men in the fields of Roumania. Mr. Carpenter makes an inspection of the Standard Oil fields and talks to Mr. Hughes, the Director

Roumania has a fleet of Black Sea boats operating from Constanza to Constantinople. This is the Emperor Trajan medallion on the bow of the bot [i.e., boat] which carried me to the Orient Roumanian rigs and the traffic cop who regulates the traffic.

Husky Americans are the guardians of American oil interests in Roumania

Hundreds of tall towers rise form Roumania's plains marking the oil fields of the country

Palaces in Bucharest are elaborate. This is the old home of the beloved Carmen Sylva or first Queen of Roumania An Orthodox church in Bucharest.

Bobbed hair has caught the youth of Roumania and jazz music was not far behind. Here is an aristocratic maid in peasant costume at a wayside resort in Roumania In Europe hotel porters are powerful friends or enemies. The kodak made friends with this czar at the palace hotel in Sinaia ; In the market place of Bucharest care is taken to weigh out articles sold.

[Woman with book "Roumania" at White House, Washington, D.C.]

On the boat to Constantinople and Greece was the pet horse of the Queen of Romania. Travelling first class as of royal blood it was on its way to the Queen of Greece daughter of Marie of Roumania Huge Montenegrins in gorgeous native costumes have for years have been the guards of the Pera Palace in Constantinople. They have protected many distinguished guests of the hotel and to-day in this picture were waiting for Ismet Pasha the Turkish peace delegate who taught diplomacy to Europe's best, and out of defeat on the battlefield brought victory at the council table.

Transylvania a rich province formerly belonging to Hungary is now under Roumanian rule. This is a church tower showing the old German influence in architecture. It is in Brassav Someone told a joke to these belles of Roumania at a wayside station.

Yes we have flowers for sale. Dusky gypsy girls make it easier to buy in Buckarest [i.e., Bucharest] Brother and sisters work side by side in Roumania. The gypsies are good masons and builders, the men as well as the women.

Notable visitors and approx. chronological events since 1930. H.R.H. Princess Ileona of Roumania. A garden group in the residency, April 1930 [Jerusalem]

Garden group at Sir John Chancellor's Residency with Princess Ileona of Roumania, the Greek Bishop, [?] pasha, etc.

Group of women from Australia, Austria, Bessarabia, Chile, Cuba, England, Esthonia, Holland, Hungary, Lithuania, Roumania, Switzerland, discussing with Froken Henni Forchhammer of Denmark and Fru Tilma Hainari of Finland, delegates to the Assembly of the League of Nations, plans for reopening the question of nationality at the next Codification Conference of International Law.

Notable visitors and approx. chronological events since 1930. H.R.H. Princess Ileona of Roumania. A garden group in the residency, April 1930

Notable visitors and approx. chronological events since 1930. H.R.H. Princess Ileona of Roumania. A garden group in the residency. April 1930

Demonstrate aviator's tester at Military Surgeons and Pharmacists Congress. Washington, D.C., May 8. Lieut. Ugo Reitano, army medical corps member from Italy, Capt. C.L. Leedhorn of the U.S. School of Aviation, look on while General Constantine Iliescu of Roumania tries out the latest U.S. Army mechanical tester for reaction of airplane pilots. The machine sets up theoretical problems for the pilot and test his reaction to each, thus eliminating hours of expensive tests by other methods