Celebrity Clipping from Boston Sunday Post, Sun, Jun 14, 1908.

Clipped from US, Massachusetts, Boston, Boston Sunday Post, June 14, 1908

imwmPOSTBOSTONHOWSTORY**My daughter Annie has fallen In love with a blamed count!rflt;8he and Mrs. Brewster are coming over In a mmj^h and they Intend to bring this tltlfd scion of Europe with them.**l do not know what In the name of common sense ! can do about the matter. I do not know the least thing about this count.”tlomfieldConemacTlitheplacSt t migl phor stealt; gregclsessatl!rr of/m of//. i//A /Wlt;mHa*toper;bymalt;wassoniconvarTllowTlAremalt;GloSiV€“Hi Tl ute cus to 1 In“Nlt;TheLigchuA1Foiowner of one of the finest racing stables in Italy, and has won many prizes In the great steeplechases near Rome. He is also a noted huntsman, and owns a large estate which includes the historic lak^ of Albano near Rome.The Countess de Frankenstein Is a sis-ter-ln-law to Countess Soderini, whose husband has the hereditary position atthe Vatican of “The Bearer of the Golden Rose,” an honor conferred by the Pope.Countess de Frankenstein, during her 14 years’ sojourn in Europe, has met and visited many of the American girls who have wedded titles abroad. The Countess Belosolsky, daughter of the late General Charles Whittier and sister to Mrs. Ernest Islan, formerly Polly Whittier, whose home Is in St. Petersburg, is one of her intimate friends, and the Marchioness de Viti and the Countess Posolinl, both American girls, are also among her acquaintances.Before the close of the summer season the countess, with her daughter, will leave for New York, where Mrs. Brewster spends the winters at the Hotel Willard on Twenty-sixth street, after which she will Join her husband in Paris in September.VY'/shatwoiherPoseryIt x