photo size: 6 1/2" x 8 1/4"
January 19, 1924
Swiss Count Has Job In Mass Paper Mill
Count von der Weide, of Swiss nobility which may be traced back to the time of Columbus, arrived in New York two years ago. The war had brought financial reverses so the Count wandered. He wandered to Fitchburg, Mass., (which has not been heard of since the old Boston and Fitchburg RR station burned down) and got himself a job as a mill hand with the Fitchburg Paper Company. He is learning the business from the bottom up with the intention of later using his knowledge abroad.
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