Mrs. Earl Winfield Spencer, Jr., later to become the Duchess of Windsor, photographed in Coronado c. 1919. The legend that she first met her future husband, the Prince of Wales and later King Edward VIII, at the Hotel del Coronado, is thoroughly examined in a two part article beginning in this issue.
The future Duchess of Windsor, Wallis Warfield, and her husband, Lieutenant Commander Earl W. Spencer, at the Mexico-United States boundary marker just south of San Diego, July, 1918.
The young Naval cadet, Earl W. Spencer, Jr. as he appeared about the time of his marriage to Wallis Warfield.
A rather severe looking wedding portrait of Wallis as the new Mrs. Earl W. Spencer, Jr.
The much talked about dinner at the Hotel del Coronado. The Prince is at center, with his head slightly lowered, talking to Mrs. Claus Spreckels.