Miss Rutherfurd (likely Barbara Cairncross Rutherfurd) photographed by Ernest Walter Histed (c. 1912). The daughter of Anne Harriman Sands Rutherfurd Vanderbilt (Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt). Consuelo's much younger step-sister, she was born the year Consuelo married the Duke of Marlborough.
Consuelo Vanderbilt | Philadelphia, Evening Public Ledger (3 Dec 1919) Duchess Aspirant to Commons Seat. "Duchess of Marlborough who was Consuelo Vanderbilt of New York at the opening of a new babies' nursing home in London. The American-bprm duchess may become the second woman member of Parliament. She has decided to become a candidate for Commons at the first opportunity. The duchess was elected a member of the London County Council last year.
Consuelo Vanderbilt's Two Sons | New York Times (22 Dec 1907) The Duke of Marlborough and his two sons.
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Consuelo Vanderbilt | In 1935, Elsa Maxwell named her one of the world's greatest ladies. Frequently named to the International Best Dressed List, she was among the first inductees into its Hall of Fame. Forced into a loveless marriage with the 9th Duke of Marlborough (1895); elected to office in London; supported suffrage with her mother Alva Belmont. Married Col. Jacques Balsan (Independence Day 1921). Hosted the rich & famous at London, Paris, Eze, Palm Beach, New York & Southampton.