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Miss Consuelo Vanderbilt, namesake of her Aunt the one-time Duchess of Marlborough married Earl E. T. Smith (7 Jan 1926) at the home of her mother Mrs. Virginia Fair Vanderbilt, 666 Fifth Ave.  She was the daughter of William K. Vanderbilt II. Consuelo's niece would marry a total of four times and live to be 107 years old.

Miss Consuelo Vanderbilt, namesake of her Aunt the one-time Duchess of Marlborough married Earl E. T. Smith (7 Jan 1926) at the home of her mother Mrs. Virginia Fair Vanderbilt, 666 Fifth Ave. She was the daughter of William K. Vanderbilt II. Consuelo's niece would marry a total of four times and live to be 107 years old.

Consuelo Vanderbilt | Lincoln, NB, The Courier (23 Aug 1902) Royal Romance. "What will be the outcome of the... royal romance... agitating the court of Kaiser Wilhelm? That Crown Prince Frederich will be allowed to... marry Miss Gladys Deacon is... out fo the question. The Duchess of Marlborough... is an enthusiastic supporter... So is Lady Paget..." Gladys Deacon would later carry on a love affair with the Duke of Marlborough and shortly after his divorce from Consuelo they would marry.

Consuelo Vanderbilt | Lincoln, NB, The Courier (23 Aug 1902) Royal Romance. "What will be the outcome of the... royal romance... agitating the court of Kaiser Wilhelm? That Crown Prince Frederich will be allowed to... marry Miss Gladys Deacon is... out fo the question. The Duchess of Marlborough... is an enthusiastic supporter... So is Lady Paget..." Gladys Deacon would later carry on a love affair with the Duke of Marlborough and shortly after his divorce from Consuelo they would marry.

The Appeal (24 Oct 1908) Two Charming Duchesses -- American and English -- A Personal Sketch. The Duchess of Marlborough (nee Consuelo Vanderbilt) is pictured top right of center.

The Appeal (24 Oct 1908) Two Charming Duchesses -- American and English -- A Personal Sketch. The Duchess of Marlborough (nee Consuelo Vanderbilt) is pictured top right of center.

The Duchess of Marlborough (1 Apr 1908) likely NYC where she may have spoken at a dinner the night before hosted by Mrs. Humphry Ward. Other accounts suggest she departed NY Harbor that day aboard the Maurentania along with her cousin Alfred G. Vanderbilt who was facing divorce proceedings with his wife Mrs. Ellen French Vanderbilt.

The Duchess of Marlborough (1 Apr 1908) likely NYC where she may have spoken at a dinner the night before hosted by Mrs. Humphry Ward. Other accounts suggest she departed NY Harbor that day aboard the Maurentania along with her cousin Alfred G. Vanderbilt who was facing divorce proceedings with his wife Mrs. Ellen French Vanderbilt.

Spokane Press (6 Feb 1910) Mrs O. H. P. Belmont Explains How Fifth Avenue Women Have Profited by Studying the Poor Shirtwaist Strikers. Alva Belmont.

Spokane Press (6 Feb 1910) Mrs O. H. P. Belmont Explains How Fifth Avenue Women Have Profited by Studying the Poor Shirtwaist Strikers. Alva Belmont.

Consuelo Vanderbilt | The Duchess of Marlborough and her mother Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont (Alva) attending the International Woman Suffrage Congress, Budapest, 1913.

Consuelo Vanderbilt | The Duchess of Marlborough and her mother Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont (Alva) attending the International Woman Suffrage Congress, Budapest, 1913.

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