November 1960
New Yorker;11/12/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 39, p42
This article focuses on the lives of Woodland Kahler, an author and foreign secretary of the American Natural Hygiene Society, and his wife. Kahler has written the novel "Cravings of Desire" and his wife is bringing up a baby elephant. A mahout and a white rooster take care of the elephant. She mentions that her bathroom is big enough for the elephant to walk around. Her family estate has a dance hall and a swimming pool big enough to accommodate two hundred people.


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