In "The Outlook" Vol. 122, No. 4 (May 28, 1919). 
"Dr. Carasso has recently come out of Russia. He was imprisoned by the Bolsheviki, and released only after the payment of a large ransom. His wife (to whose diasppearance in the Russian maelstrom with his little boy he poignantly refers in the course of his story) is the daughter of a Russian general"