American girl to be presented at Court. Miss Hannah Locke of Philadelphia, the
American girl to be presented at Court.
Miss Hannah Locke of Philadelphia, the daughter of Mrs Robert W Locke, who is among the American girls to be presented at Court by Mrs Ray Atherton, wife of the American Charge d Affaires. She is photographed in her gown before leaving to attend the first Court presentation at which she made her bow to the Queen. The King was unable to be present on account of rheumatism.
Miss Locke s gown was of white lace trimmed with a dull blue taffeta belt and shoulder straps, worn with a train of white lace. Her bouquet was of white orchids and lilies of the valley.
11 May 1933
Daughter of famous American hostess in London presented at court. Miss Audrey Warren Pearl
Daughter of famous American hostess in London presented at court.
Miss Audrey Warren Pearl, daughter of Major F Warren Pearl of the Immigation and Pensions Department of the America Consulate General in London and Mrs Warren Pearl, was presented at the third Royal Court of the season at Buckingham Palace. Mrs Warren Pearl is well known in London as a hostess and organiser of charitable functions.
Photo shows : Miss Audrey Warren Pearl in her court gown.
18 May 1933
The double wedding of the Wood sisters in Mottingham, Kent. Miss Molly Kathleen
The double wedding of the Wood sisters in Mottingham, Kent. Miss Molly Kathleen Wood with Mr Cyril Leonard Andrew and Mrs Joyce Margaret Wood with Mr John Oliver Staples.
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