Mrs. Winthrop Burr gave a dance in the Assembly
Room of the Colony Club last night for her debutante
daughter, Miss Rosamond Burr, who was recently
introduced to society. Many of the debutantes of the
season attended the dance, which was preceded by a
dinner for twenty-eight guests given by Mrs. Burr at
her home, 38 East Thirty-eighth Street.
There was general dancing from 10 o'clock until 11,
when the cotillion was opened by Phoenix Ingraham,
who danced alone.
There were four sets of favors, including fancy lace
bags and jardinières of ferns, assorted baskets
trimmed with roses, toy monkeys holding ferns,
carved Japanese daggers, hand mirrors tied with
ribbons, velvet cat pin cushions, and shaving pads.
Mrs. J. Ben Ali Haggin assisted Mrs. Burr in the
distribution of the favors.
At the conclusion of the cotillion a supper was
served in the strangers' dining room of the club,
which was decorated with palms, ferns, and Southern
smilax. Thirty-five tables, seating six guests each,
were decorated with miniature Christmas trees and
cut flowers. The gymnasium was thrown open for the
evening and was used as a lounging room for the
At the dinner given by Mrs. Burr before the dance
the guests included: The Misses Anzonella Kane, Nina
Chisholm, Ruth Wales, Marjorie Curtis, Harriet
Alexander, Rosamond Burr, Frances Alexander,
Margaret Walker, Ina Kissei, Anna Robinson, Joan
Whitridge, Ethel Cowdin, also Gavin Hadden,
Courtland Morse, Hugo de Fritsch, C. Graham Bacon,
Jr., Hamilton Fish, Phoenix Ingraham, Hugh Minturn,
Franklin Plummer, W.B. Parsons, Jr., George Gilder,
and Mr. Hall. Among the guests invited to the Colony
Club were: The Misses Helen L. Alexandre, Eleanor
Alexander, Madeline Borland, Lucy Brown, Elizabeth
Bertron, Beatrice Benjamin, Helen Coster, Margaret
Clarkson, Ruth Davis, Marie L. de Florenz, Frances
Dickey, M. Adelaide Gould, Harriet Glover, Eleanor
Greene, Evelyn Marshall, Helen Morgan, Elizabeth
Morgan, Gladys Roosevelt, Emily Sloane, Katharine
Steward, Janet Townsend, Sophie W. Townsend, Dorothy
Tuckerman, Margaret Walker, Nellie Rogers, Lisa
Suydam, and Julia Sands.
Also William Appleton, Henry C. Emmet, Jr., Peter B.
Olney, Jr., L. Reed, Sigourney Olney, Orme Wilson,
Thornton Wilson, T.C. Burton, the Messrs. Osborne,
D.P. Morgan, Hamilton Hadden De Wees Dilworth, Henry
Hooker, Oliver Harriman, Oliver ziselin, Lewis L.
Delafield, Jr., Richard H. Eggleston, Jr., Charles
L. Lanler, R. Lanler, John Kean, Seymour Johnson,
F.B. Crocker, W. La Montagne, Stephen Peabody,
George F. Peabody, William S. Whitehead, John A.
Rawlins, F.B. Hoffman, Seth French, Snowden A.
Fahnestock, Gibson Fahnestock, Robert Fulton
Cutting, Jr. and Charles S. Cutting, Jr., the
Messrs. Boulton, Mr. Hoffman, Mr. Crosly, Mr.
Pierson, Mr. Seamans, and Chalmere Wood, Jr. Miss
Burr, in white satin with pearl trimming, assisted