Helene began her career in the art world working for Louis Meisel at his fine art gallery in Soho.
On Page 63, he refers to his faithful housekeeper as “Helene.”
Helene Zuber at Der Spiegel Online says the latest revelations could not come at a worse time.
“Had champagne that night,” Helene recalled to Haygood during their interview, as her husband grinned.
In the Washington Post article, Eugene and Helene talk about praying for Obama to win the White House.
An almost imperceptible nod from Helene Vauquier, moreover, assured her.
After all Helene was a child with a child's will, broken by the first obstacle.
Helene herself had lost all thoughts of going; she longed to linger where she was, plunged in thought.
Helene returned to her hotel, thrilling with pleasure and happy auguries.
"His Excellency thought so, too, when we had explained it sufficiently," Helene answered.