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McReynolds, McKenzie, Miss Haldane, Viscount Haldane

McReynolds, McKenzie, Miss Haldane, Viscount Haldane

Photo shows (left to right) U. S. Attorney General James Clark McReynolds, Sir Kenneth Augustus Muir Mackenzie (1845-1930), 1st Baron Muir-Mackenzie; Miss Elizabeth Haldane (1862-1937), Richard Burdon Sanderso... more

McReynolds, Miss Haldane, Haldane

McReynolds, Miss Haldane, Haldane

Photo shows (left to right) U. S. Attorney General James Clark McReynolds, Sir Kenneth Augustus Muir Mackenzie (1845-1930), 1st Baron Muir-Mackenzie; Miss Elizabeth Haldane (1862-1937), Richard Burdon Sanderso... more

McReynolds, Miss Haldane, Haldane

McReynolds, Miss Haldane, Haldane

Photo shows (left to right) U. S. Attorney General James Clark McReynolds, Sir Kenneth Augustus Muir Mackenzie (1845-1930), 1st Baron Muir-Mackenzie; Miss Elizabeth Haldane (1862-1937), Richard Burdon Sanderso... more

Miss Haldane, Judge Dickinson, J.P. Morgan

Miss Haldane, Judge Dickinson, J.P. Morgan

Photo shows Miss Elizabeth Haldane (wearing hat with white plume), sister of Viscount Haldane; Judge Dickinson (carrying umbrella), and J.P. Morgan at the Columbia Yacht Club, located at the foot of 86th Street... more

McReynolds, McKenzie, Miss Haldane, Viscount Haldane

McReynolds, McKenzie, Miss Haldane, Viscount Haldane

Photo shows (left to right) U. S. Attorney General James Clark McReynolds, Sir Kenneth Augustus Muir Mackenzie (1845-1930), 1st Baron Muir-Mackenzie; Miss Elizabeth Haldane (1862-1937), Richard Burdon Sanderso... more

Miss Haldane, Judge Dickinson, J.P. Morgan

Miss Haldane, Judge Dickinson, J.P. Morgan

Photo shows Miss Elizabeth Haldane (wearing hat with white plume), sister of Viscount Haldane; Judge Dickinson (carrying umbrella), and J.P. Morgan at the Columbia Yacht Club, located at the foot of 86th Street... more

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