Mrs. Alice Chopin, daughter of former Austrian consul to New Orleans died in leper colony - father was Johns who married Rose d'Altney, both wealthy, but lost fortune in civil war & moved to Mexico - Mrs. Johns developed leprosy (still living) & moved with her daughter to leper coloby

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 - EXPIRES IN LEPER COLONY i Mfxico City Mays 2T...
EXPIRES IN LEPER COLONY i Mfxico City Mays 2T Mrs JL lice Choppin Choppin a daughter of a former Austrian consul to JJetr OrleansfJan4 highly connected connected in y - tKat city died here - today atr the home of her cged mother in theeper cclonr MrsChopplns fathers name was Johns - He married Rose dAltney Both were wealthy but lost their fortunes la the civil war and then mover to Mexico Mrs Johns developed leprosy and with her daughter - lived for years In the leper colony The mother is still living atd 85

Clipped from The Washington Post28 May 1909, FriPage 3

The Washington Post (Washington, District of Columbia)28 May 1909, FriPage 3
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  • — Mrs. Alice Chopin, daughter of former Austrian consul to New Orleans died in leper colony - father was Johns who married Rose d'Altney, both wealthy, but lost fortune in civil war & moved to Mexico - Mrs. Johns developed leprosy (still living) & moved with her daughter to leper coloby

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