Celebrity Clipping from Boston Sunday Post, Sun, Aug 16, 1903.

Clipped from US, Massachusetts, Boston, Boston Sunday Post, August 16, 1903

charge of the event.Lady Anna von Rydingsvard, who is spending the summer on Faunbar avenue, is well known in Boston as author and lecturer. She was born in the Huh and obtained her education in music and art abroad, where she married a Swedish gentleman. She has made many translations from the Swedish and has some interesting lectures on modern Swedish authors, Iceland and the colonial and Revolutionary music of America., Lady Rydingsvard was a member of the j international congress of Orientalists, v* ! which met. at Stockholm In September, 1889, and has had the honor of reading1vrher poems to King Oscar II. of Sweden. She has been Massachusetts State re-dgent and national vice-president-general of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Lady von Rydingsvard has had . the Order of the Crown conferred upon \ her, being lineally descended from the e whole roll of French and English mon-l. archs prior to the Tudor accession, and d is also a member of the Baronial Order of Runny n'ede, having lineal descent y I proven from the 19 Magna Charta securities. who left descendants. “Studies in Art” is the title of Mine, von Rydings-i- I yard's latest book.3 The water sports at the Winthrop YachtnMrsandMage'HaWoMebetMeTI..PieTattccrInc 1 in £ Re plastcattbunamlt;teiwlanr! 4 L