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Madam Varela: 1922

Madam Varela: 1922

Madam Varela and children pose in 1922. From the National Photo Company collection. The family was likely part of the diplomatic community in Washington. View full size.

 

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Family of the Uruguayan Minister

Jacobo Varela was the Uruguayan "Minister" to the United States at the time.

(I don't know how Minister differs from Ambassador, though.)

Smile you-all!

The young girl is wearing the jumper of a second class petty officer with a battle E on the left sleeve. Guess this must have been the popular fashion of the day.

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