Miss Francis Goblet, of New York and Bayonne, N. J., a gifted young soprano, is spending a fortnight with her aunt, Mrs. Michael J. Keating, of Otis place. After her visit here, she will sail for Italy, to spend some years in study of singing in Naples and in Milan. Miss Goblet has been singing in private drawing rooms and at charity affairs in New York during the past year, and has done much for the benefit of the war relief funds.
Source: Society, The Washington Post, Washington, District of Columbia, 6 June 1920, p. ? [page numbers were cut off].