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ARNOLD, Edwin (1832 - 1904), Fellow of Bombay University, of Royal Asiatic Society; Officer of White Elephant of Siam, also Grand Commander of Crown of Siam, Rising Sun of Japan; 2nd class of Imperial Medjidieh; 3rd class Osmanieh; Commander of Lion and Sun of Persia; author and journalist

FINLEY, John Huston (1863 - 1940), Order Rising Sun (Japanese); Officer, Legion of Honour (French); Comm. Order of Crown of Italy; Knight of the Holy Sepulchre; Comm. Order of St Sava (Serbian); Comm. Polonia Restituta (Polish); Comm. Order of White Rose (Finnish); of St Olaf (Norwegian); Knight of Dannebrog (Danish); of Gediminas (Lithuanian); Comm. Order of the Saviour (Greek); of the White Lion (Czechoslovakia); of the Royal North Star (Sweden); book on French in America, crowned by Académie Français and awarded gold medal Geographic Soc., Paris; Editor-Emeritus, the New York Times, since 1938; Director, The Hall of Fame, since 1937

Baden-Powell, Robert Stephenson Smyth (1857 - 1941), Chevalier Order of Christ of Portugal; Grand Cross Alfonso XII; Grand Cross Order of Dannebrog; Order of Merit Chile; Grand Cross of the Order of the Redeemer of Greece; Order of the Crown of Belgium; Cross of Commander of Legion of Honour; Knight of Grace, St John Order; Order of Polonia Restituta (Poland); 1st Class Order of Merit (Hungary); Order of White Lion (Czecho-Slovakia); Order of Phoenix (Greece); Grand Cross Order of Merit (Austria); Grand Cross of Gediminus (Lithuania); Grand Cross of Orange of Nassau (Holland); Grand Cross of Order of the Sword (Sweden); Grand Cross of Three Stars (Latvia)

 

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