Tuesday, March 25, 2014

"Junior" -- Cornelius Vanderbilt



April 24, 1874, The State Journal [Jefferson City, MO], page 1, Rich Men and Their Sons,

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April 5, 1899, The San Francisco Call, page 1, Virginia Fair The Happy Bride of Young Vanderbilt; Mr. and Mrs. William K. Vanderbilt,


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September 13, 1899, The Evening Bulletin, page 1, The Dark Visitor; Suddenly Summons Cornelius Vanderbilt From Life; Stricken with Paralysis; Fatal Attack Come Unexpectedly at the Hour of Sunrise,


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September 13, 1899, The San Francisco Call, page 1, Cornelius Vanderbilt Dies Very Suddenly; Head of the Famous Family of New York Millionaires Stricken with Paralysis and Expires Before the Arrival of a Physician,




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October 28, 1899, The Evening Star, page 13, A Contest Was Near; Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr., Disappointed With the Will; Concessions Made by Alfred, It Is Said, Alone Averted Litigation--His Future Plans,


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August 31, 1902, The Washington Times, The Drama And Society, Section 2, page 1, Image 17, Youth, Beauty, and Wit Win Another Vanderbilt,




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January 4, 1903, The Washington Times, Magazine Features, Strange Ending of a Vanderbilt Romance, page 9, [continued page 11]






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February 14, 1903, Goodwin's Weekly: A Thinking Paper for Thinking People, page 7, The Vanderbilt Feud; The Theater of Snobbery,


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May 29, 1904, New-York Tribune, page 6, Image 53, Sandy Point Farm; Where Reginald Vanderbilt Finds Seclusion,




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September 4, 1904, The Times Dispatch., page 15, Virginians Arrive at Camp Dust Stained and Travel Worn; Had Long March and Three Men Had to Drop Out of Line--Vanderbilt Company on the Ground,


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November 24, 1906, Deseret Evening News, Last Edition, Part Two, page 26, Father of Steamboats to Have a Monument; Fulton Memorial Proposed,


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August 10, 1907, The Intermountain Catholic, page 7, [From the New York American] Distribute Vast Wealth,


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May 3, 1908, The Salt Lake Tribune., page 26, "Unlucky In Love"--The Vanderbilt Hoodoo,




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January 25, 1912, New-York Tribune, page 1, Sightseeing Continues to Please Connaughts; Duke Praises Mills Hotels--The Stock Exchange and Public Library Visited; Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt Jr., Entertains Party at Luncheon, and Mrs. Ogden Mills at Dinner,





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June 30, 1914, Bismarck Daily Tribune, page 5, Vanderbilts and Young Student are Inventors of Hydro-Aeroplane Which Makes Aerial Navigation Safe,


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November 14, 1914, New-York Tribune, page 5, Entertains For Bride-to-Be, Mrs. Hager, Jr., Gives Dinner and Theatre Party for Miss Flower, Who Is to Marry Clarence M. Chauncey at Tuxedo Next Month,


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January 16, 1915, The Washington Herald, page 1, Flying Missile Hits '400' Leader,


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February 21, 1915, New-York Tribune., Part 3, Page 8, Image 26, Social News Gathered in Favorite Resorts,


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March 24,1916, The Saratogian, page 3, Bertani Declares Bandits Have No Chance of Escape From Cordon of Soldiers--Capture Said to Be Imminent, If Leader Can Be Taken Alive--Report In Conflict with Other News of His Whereabouts

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April 18, 1915, New-York Tribune, page 47, Snapshots in Social Circles,


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April 27, 1915, The Washington Times., Home Edition, page 9, Some News Pictures and Young Actors,

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June 20, 1915, Richmond Times-Dispatch., page 56, The Two Mrs. Vanderbilts and the Lusitania; The Two Mrs. Astors and the Titanic--A Strange Parallel,


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September 12, 1915, The New York Sun, Fourth Section Pictorial Magazine, page 43, Youth of Prominent Persons Recalled by Cameras Ne'er Forgetting Eye,

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January 7, 1916, The Ogden standard, 4 P.M. City Edition, page 1, Young Vanderbilt Manages Reunion of Knickerbocker Greys,
Cornelius Vanderbilt. Jr.
Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt managed the reunion last week of the Knickerbocker Greys, a military drill class composed of wealthy young men. This class, which meets twice a week for military drill, was established by some of New York's most prominent men, and has some very famous names, on its membership roll.

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July 30, 1916, The Sun and New York Press, Fourth Section, Pictorial Magazine, Image 34, Turning the Pages of the Old Plush Album, We Find These,


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February 9, 1917, The Copper Era and Morenci Leader, (Clifton, Ariz.) page 8, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt of New York, is a believer in preparedness, and is one of the many prominent men of the metropolis who have been members of the Knickerbocker Grays.

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March 31, 1917, New-York Tribune, page 7, Sheriff 'Al' Smith To Organize 10,000 as County Guard; Will Swear in Special Deputies; Millionaires May Be Included, "In this way, a force of millionaire special deputies may guard life and property in the city..."

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April 22, 1917, New-York Tribune., page 3, Society Turns to Church and Charity,


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June 24, 1917, The New York Sun., Section 4, Pictorial Magazine, Image 36, Vanderbilt Men in Uniform,

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August 5, 1917, The Daily Ardmoreite., page 3, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr., Enlists as Private,

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August 15, 1917, The Watchman and Southron, page 6, Just One of The Rich.


"of the" Twenty-second New York Infantry

Col. Vanderbilt, who commands the 102d Engineers, at Camp Wadsworth. Spartanburg. [see]-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
September 9, 1917, The New York Sun, Section 4, Pictorial Magazine, page 35, New York's Farewell to Her Fighting Men,

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October 7, 1917, The New York Sun, Section 4 Pictorial Magazine, page 40, War Photographs Out of the Ordinary, Here and Abroad,

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December 3, 1917, The Washington Times, Final Edition, page 9, Millionaire's Son Drives Army Auto; Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr.,

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December 30, 1917, The Washington Herald., page 16, Society in Washington,




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June 30, 1918, The Washington times, Final Edition, The American Weekly Section, page 41, The Prince of Wales Coming--To Marry an American Girl,


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August 25, 1918, The New York Sun., Section 4, Pictorial Magazine, page 30, People Prominent in the Social World at Newport,


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February 13, 1919, Williston Graphic, page 4, Gen. C. Vanderbilt; His Son is Wealthiest Private in U.S. Army, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr., who is perhaps the wealthiest buck private in the American army, will enter West Point, according to recent reports. Private Vanderbilt went to France as orderly to his father, Brig. Gen. Cornelius Vanderbilt. He made a record for dare-devil bravery as a dispatch bearer on the western front. He enlisted in 1917 when still under age.

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March 16, 1919, The New York Sun, Section 3, Pictorial Review, Image 29, The 27th Division Comes Home,

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March 30, 1919, The New York Sun., Section 3, Pictorial Review, page 33, New York Voices a Mighty "Hail and Farewell" to the Men of O'Ryan's Heroic Division,

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April 13, 1919, The Washington Herald, page 6, Image 22, Society,

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May 1, 1919, New-York Tribune, page 11, Birthday Dinner For Son Given by Mrs. Vanderbilt,

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July 27, 1919, The New York Sun, Section 5 Pictorial Section, Image 54, Mrs Cornelius Vanderbilt, with Grace Vanderbilt,


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August 17, 1919, The New York Sun., Section 5, Pictorial Section, page 56, Mrs Cornelius Vanderbilt at Newport,

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September 9, 1919, The Bourbon News., page 7, Young Millionaire to Become "Cub" Reporter,

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September 21, 1919, The Washington herald., page 8, Dogs of Rich, Dogs of Poor Clutter Up Gotham Streets; Vanderbilt Doesn't Quit,

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October 18, 1919, The Washington Herald, page 8, News Comes from New York,


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October 18, 1919, New-York Tribune, page 22, C. Vanderbilt, Jr., Gets "Scooped" on Own Engagement; 'Herald's' Cub Reporter Victim of Journalistic Guile as Rival Prints News He Is to Wed Rachel Littleton,

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November 3, 1919, El Paso Herald., Home Edition, page 10, Aunt of El Pasoans to Become the Bride of Cornelius Vanderbilt Soon,

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December 28, 1919, The Washington Times, Final Edition, The American Weekly, page 27, The Romantic Secret of Young Mr. Vanderbilt's $45 Job; How the Announcement of the Engagement of Cornelius Vanderbilt's Heir to the Sister of a Distinguished Lawyer Revealed Her Very Practical and Successful Love Test



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January 18, 1920, New-York Tribune, page 10, Mrs. E. Mortimer Ward, of 830 Park Avenue, gave a dinner and dance last night at the Plaza for her d├ębutante daughter, Miss Dorothy Post Clapp. Among those who came in afterward for the dancing were Miss Marion Carroll, Cornelius Vanderbilt, jr., Lorillard Tailer, Harry Cushing 3d, Edward R. Stettinius jr., Ludlow Fowler, Huntington Erhart, Trumbull Thomas and George T. Brokaw.

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March 30, 1920, The Sun and the New York Herald, page 9, Miss Whitney's Wedding Arranged for April 19,

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April 5, 1920, New-York Tribune, page 11, Bridesmaid at Vanderbilt Wedding; Miss Minnie Littleton,

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April 14, 1920, The Bismarck Tribune, page 5, Vanderbilt and Girl He's to Marry,

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April 25, 1920, New-York Tribune, page 14, Miss Hammond Feted at Dance of Debutantes; C. Vanderbilt Jr., Attends,

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April 25, 1920, The Sun and the New York Herald., page 14, Mr. Vanderbilt Has Batchelor Dinner in Parent's Home; MIss Littleton Also Entertained--Both Parties Meet Later at Dance,

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April 25, 1920, New-York Tribune, page 45, C. Vanderbilt Jr., to Wed Miss Littleton Thursday; Marriage Is to Take Place in St. Thomas's Church, with Reception at the Home of Bride's Brother, Martin W. Littleton, Following the Ceremony,

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April 25, 1920, New-York Tribune, page 65, White Sails Dot New York Waters as Yachting Returns to Its Own; The Season of 1920 Will See More Boats Afloat Than Any Year Since 1914, by Quinn L. Martin,


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April 29, 1920, The Washington Times, Final Edition, page 2, 5-Foot Cake for Vanderbilt Wedding,

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April 29, 1920, The Maysville Public Ledger, Afternoon Edition, page 3, Fashionable St. Thomas' church New York City, will be the scene of a brilliant wedding today, when Miss Rachael Littleton becomes the bride of Cornelius Vanderbilt. Jr.,

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April 30, 1920, The Evening World., Latest Extra, page 3, Vanderbilt Jr., and Bride Start Honeymoon Trip,


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April 30, 1920, The Sun and the New York Herald., page 4, Vanderbilt Weds Miss Littleton; Three Thousand in Church See Ceremony--Two Thousand in Street,

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April 30, 1920, New-York Tribune, page 13, C. Vanderbilt Jr. Weds Rachel Littleton,





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May 4, 1920, The Bismarck Daily Tribune., page 5, Vanderbilt's Guests Eat Sky-Scraper Wedding Cake; Largest Ever Made in America,

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May 9, 1920, New-York Tribune, Section 4, page 2, Image 48, Many New Yorkers Flock to Virginia Hot Springs; Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr., and Bride Join Honeymoon Colony at Resort,


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May 15, 1920, The Bismarck Tribune, page 5, The Vanderbilt's Honeymooning,

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May 23, 1920, New-York Tribune., page 2, Image 48, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt Honeymooning,

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June 18, 1920, New-York Tribune, page 3, Harding Calls For Views of Party Chiefs,
Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt jr., honeymooning at Banff Springs, Canada, wired: "Heartiest congratulations on your great victory. Hope it will be even greater in five months."
Mrs. Vanderbilt is the sister of Martin W. Littleton, New York Democrat. Hulbert Taft, Cincinnati kinsman of William Howard Taft, wired from "The Cincinnati Times-Star: "I want to add my word of congratulations on your nomination. You have the best, wishes of all the Taft family, and, of course, can count upon our most earnest support in this campaign."
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January 17, 1921, The Washington Times, Final Edition, page 8, Society by Jean Eliot, British Marquis Here Incognito Ripples Society,

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January 18, 1921, The Washington herald, page 5, British Embassy Gives Reception For Carisbrooke; Marquis, Guest of Longworths, Honored by Informal Party,

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April 13, 1921, New-York Tribune, page 13, Stires-Homer Nuptials Fill St. Thomas's; Society Gathering So Great That Church Attendants Assist Selected Ushers; Reception at Colony Club; Miss Elise Hughes Bride; Wedded to H.S. Lynch at Home; Miss Miriam Ward Wife of W.H. Bamford Jr.,

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May 7, 1921, The Washington Times, Final Edition, page 8, Society by Jean Eliot, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt. Jr., who have been in Washington for a brief visit, have gone to Hot Springs, Va., to remain until June. Mr. and Mrs. Vanderbilt are planning to return to Washington for the autumn season.

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May 27, 1921, The Bismarck Tribune, page 8, Vanderbilt to Visit Bismarck,

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August 12, 1921, The Alliance Herald., page 7, The Hard Working Millionaire,

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October 7, 1921, The Columbia Evening Missourian, Last Edition, page 3, Vocate "Art Number" Out; September Issue Features Article by Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr.,

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December 16, 1921, The Washington Times., Final Home Edition, page 21, Society by Jean Eliot, Miss Grace Vanderbilt came down from New York yesterday and joined her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.Cornelius Vanderbilt. Jr., at their apartment at Wardman Park Hotel.

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December 24, 1921, The Washington Herald, page 6, Palm Beach Season Near; Last of Series of Supper Dances Given by Bachelors,

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April 25, 1922, The Washington Times, Late Financial, page 3, War's Aftermath Hits D.C. Girls, Says Mrs. Van Winkle; Stranded Clerks in Hard Luck, by Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr.,

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May 17, 1922, The Washington times., Home Final Edition, page 12, Society by Jean Eliot, Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt and her daughter, Miss Grace Vanderbilt, sailed from New York yesterday for Europe to spend the summer abroad. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr., went to New York last week with the former's mother and sister to see them off. They will return today or tomorrow to their apartment at Wardman Park Hotel.

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May 30, 1922, The Washington Times, Home Final Edition, page 10, Society by Jean Eliot, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr., who have had an apartment in Washington, the past winter, have taken the Jesse L. Livermore country estate at Great Neck, N.Y. for the
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June 20, 1922, The Public Ledger, Afternoon Edition, Page 3, New York Letter by Lucy Jeanne Price,
What would see to be the most important business and professional association yet formed In New York was organized the other night by 200 of our leading citizens. It is the Civitan Club, a branch of the Association of Civitan Clubs, which has at present 70 branches In this country and is taking steps to organize in England and France. The object Is to organize men prominent in the activities of the community to be "builders of good citizenship." Lloyd Griscom presided at the first meeting, and the committee in charge consists of such men as the Rlgh Rev. Herbert Shipman, Suffragan Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of New York, Elliot C. Bacon, Col. Henry M. Bankhead,
Parmely W. Herrick, Sam A. Lewisohn, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr., and Rev. Charles W. Parkhurst. The Civitan clubs are made up on the principal of the Rotary and Kiwanis clubs, having one member from each profession or branch of business. They work for closer International relations for the country as well as for civic improvement in their own communities. Among other things, the Civitan Club will provide international forums for exchange of authentic information on world problem.
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July 22, 1922, The Washington Times, Home Final Edition, page 1, Unmarried Dancer Says Rich Man's Son is Her Child's Dad; Follies Girl Sues Younger Whitney; Evan Burrows Fontaine Claims to Have Hundred Letters to Prove Child's Paternity, by Floyd MacGriff, Cosmopolitan News Service,


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July 24, 1922, The Washington Times, Home Final Edition, page 11, Times Picture Page, Studio Portrait of Miss Evan Burrows Fontaine, Claims Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney's Paternity of Her Child,

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July 27, 1922, The Washington Times, page 3, Evan Fontaine Tells How "Sonny" Stole First Kiss From Her; Became Intimate at Dinner,



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August 4, 1922, The Washington Times, Late Financial, page 1, Reily To Get Gov. Harding's Job, Is Report; Former Governor of Porto Rico Slated to Head Federal Reserve Board, by Cornelius Vanderbilt, (Written for C.-V. Newspaper Service)

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September 10, 1922, The Washington Times, Mr. Hearst Discusses Bonus, Sales Tax, Labor; Only Way Republican Party Can Redeem Its Record This Year; Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr., as Reporter, Asks Mr. Hearst's View on Progressive Victories, High Wages, Mistakes of Labor and Capital, and Foreign Policies,

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September 20, 1922, The Washington Times., Home Final Edition, page 26, Those Debts in Europe; Cornelius Vanderbilt Queries W.R. Hearst,

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October 29, 1922, The Washington Times, Sunday Morning, page 13, Japan, Fearing Reckoning Day, Shifts Policy; Would Convince Ancient Enemy of Advantages in Oriental Alliance, Article Four, by Cornelius Vanderbilt,

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December 10, 1922, The Washington Times, page 8, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr., Says; Daugherty Impeachment Inquiry Opens Tuesday; Volstead and Keller Are at Odds Over Procedure; Former Attorney General Wickersham to Testify,

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December 22, 1922, The Washington herald, page 6, Virginia Selden Makes Debut at Dance; Minister of Norway and Mme. Bryn Entertain at Dinner Between Reception and Dance in Honor of "Debbie",


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June 19, 1931, The Pittsburgh Press, Vanderbilt Sues For Divorce; Author Lays Reno Action to "Cruelty,"




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