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ASSOCIATE JUSTICE WILLIAM O. DOUGLAS - BOOK SIGNED CIRCA 1961 CO-SIGNED BY: JOHN L. McCLELLAN, PERLE MESTA, WILBER M. BRUCKER, DONALD A. QUARLES, VICE ADMIRAL EVAN PETER AURAND, JANE HADLEY (MRS. ALBEN BARKLEY) BARKLEY, SPESSARD L. HOLLAND, HOMER FERGUSON, ORAL ROBERTS, ARTHUR E. SUMMERFIELD, VICE ADMIRAL JOHN MYLIN WILL, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE TOM C. CLARK, VAN CLIBURN, GENERAL OMAR N. BRADLEY, CLARK M. CLIFFORD, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE STANLEY F. REED, GENERAL IRA C. EAKER, NEIL HOSLER McELROY, ADMIRAL ARTHUR W. RADFORD, HERMAN E. TALMADGE, GENERAL RANDOLPH MCCALL PATE, MARJORIE MERRIWETHER POST, WINIFRED ELGIN REED, KATHARINE ST. GEORGE, KERMIT ROOSEVELT JR., MYRTLE JONES FERGUSON, MARGUERITE HIGGINS, JOSEPH W. MARTIN JR., WALTER NEWBOLD WALMSLEY JR., MARIA-TERESA DOMENECH WALMSLEY, PRINCESS EMI - DOCUMENT 266132

 

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WILLIAM O. DOUGLAS, GENERAL OMAR N. BRADLEY, VAN CLIBURN, CLARK M. CLIFFORD, PERLE MESTA, MARJORIE MERRIWETHER POST, ADMIRAL ARTHUR RADFORD, ORAL ROBERTS, TOM C. CLARK, KERMIT ROOSEVELT, JR.
Guest book of philanthropist Rebecca Pollard Guggenheim Logan from her Washington, D.C. home. The book is signed by numerous politicians, artists, and military officers, including Supreme Court Justices William O. Douglas, Stanley Reed, and Tom C. Clark, Five-Star General Omar N. Bradley, Joint Chief of Staff Admiral Arthur Radford, Presidential Advisor Clark M. Clifford, Cabinet Members, U.S. senators and congressmen, ambassadors to and from the U.S., general-grade military officers, and plenty of members of the nobility and celebrities. Over 50 signatures in all.
Book signed: "Marjorie Post", "Perle Mesta" five times, "Admiral & Mrs Arthur Radford", "Wm O Douglas", "Oral Roberts", "Omar Bradley", "Mary & Tom C Clark" twice and "Tom C Clark" by Clark, "Clark Clifford", "Kermit & Polly Roosevelt", "Joseph W. Martin, Jr., "Gen. R. McCall C. Pate", "Maria-Teresa Walmsley", "Walter Walmsley", "James Van Alen", "Candace Van Alen",  "Emily di Bitetto Cito-Filomarino", "Lillian von Hanno", "Stanley Reed". "Gerson Nordlinger, Jr", "Samuel Scrivener, Jr", "Clara H. Brucker" "Wilber M. Brucker". "Peggy Mrs. A. Mitchell Palmer", "Jeanne de Rothschild", "Eugene de Rothschild", "Mrs. Alben W. Barkley", "Capt. E. P. Aurand", "Clarence Hewes". "Congressman Jim Fulton - Penna", "Admiral Sir Michael Denny", "Homer Ferguson" , "Senator H. E. Talmadge", "Marjorie Morgenstierne", "Ira Eaker", "Victor Andrade (Bolivia)". "Mario Rodriguez Santiago Chile", "Howard Beale Australian Embassy Washington", "Neil McElroy" "Marguerite Higgins Hall", "Vice Admiral John M. Will", "Stuart Rockwell", "Arthur Summerfield", "Donald A. Quarles", "Hank Fort", "John McClellan" "Katharine St George" and "My best wishes/Van Cliburn" in various inks. Many signers, guests at multiple events, have signed more than once. Numerous unknown signatures. Lead pencil and black ink notations in an unknown hand. 103 pages, 10½x7¾x1, single-sided sheets. Gold-colored edges on pages, red satin moiré flyleaves and pastedowns. Brown leather or imitation leather covers. The signatures in this book are dated between April 26, 1958 and Oct. 29, 1961. Title in gold-colored print on cover: "Firenze House/Vol. VI". Pencil notations on second page in unknown hand: "Guest book of/Polly Guggenheim/&/Jack Logan". "Polly Logan" possibly refers to Rebecca Pollard Guggenheim Logan - also known as "Polly" - who died in 1994 at age 90. Logan was an important Washington, D.C. hostesses and philanthropist who entertained government officials, artists, military leaders, fellow philanthropists, and Supreme Court justices from the 1940s to 1970s at Firenze House, one of Washington D.C.'s most lavish estates. DOUGLAS (1898-1980) served as chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission from 1937 to 1939, when President Franklin D. Roosevelt appointed him Associate Justice of the Supreme Court to succeed Louis D. Brandeis. Justice Douglas' service on the Court totaled 36 years and seven months, longer than any other justice up until that point. He retired in November 1975 and died five years later at the age of 81. He was strongly libertarian in his opinions, distrustful of establishments of all types, and considered himself a voice for the voiceless and powerless. CLARK (1899-1977, born in Dallas, Texas) was President Truman's Attorney General (1945-1949) before being appointed to the Supreme Court by President Truman in 1949. He served until his son Ramsey was appointed Attorney General by President Johnson in 1967, when he retired to avoid possible conflicts of interest. In January of 1944, BRADLEY (1893-1981) took command of the First Army, which, constituting the Allied right wing, landed at Utah and Omaha beaches, Normandy on D-Day, June 6, 1944. In August of 1944, he became the Commander of the 12th Army Group, the largest force ever commanded on the field. Bradley served as the first chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from 1949 to 1953, being promoted to Five-Star General of the Army in 1950. Lacking the arrogance and ostentation of some other generals, Bradley became known as "the soldier's general." American pianist CLIBURN (1934-2013) was honored in a New York ticker tape parade - the only classical musician ever so honored - after winning the International Tchaikovsky Piano Competition in Moscow at the height of the Cold War (1958). A child prodigy, he made thousands of concert appearances and many recordings. He performed at the White House during the Reagan-Gorbachev summit meeting in 1986 and made a 16-city tour in 1994. CLIFFORD (1906-1998) was an American lawyer who advised four Democratic United States presidents. He was an aide for Harry S. Truman during World War II and became his special counsel in 1946, helping Truman to develop the Truman Doctrine and persuading him to recognize the state of Israel. He later became secretary of defense under President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1968. His stay was brief - less than a year - but he did manage in that short time to convince Johnson that he needed to start working toward an end to the Vietnam War. Presidents John F. Kennedy and Jimmy Carter also sought his advice. MESTA (1889-1975, born Perle Skirvin in Sturgis, Michigan) was known as Washington, D.C.'s "hostess with the mostest" for her lavish parties that attracted the capital's glitterati. The wife of steel manufacturer George Mesta, she inherited his fortune when he died in 1925 and moved to Washington, D.C. in 1940. Mesta was a part of the National Woman's Party and was an early supporter of the Equal Rights Amendment and Harry S. Truman. Her support of the latter earned her an ambassadorship to Luxembourg. Irving Berlin fans may recognize her as the inspiration for his musical Call Me Madam, which starred Ethel Merman. POST (1887-1973) was an American socialite who was once the richest woman in the United States, with a fortune of around a quarter of a billion dollars. She was the daughter of C.W. Post and inherited her father's Postum Cereal Company when she was 27. Postum branched out into other foods under her supervision, including frozen foods. Her company acquired patents for packaging frozen food from Clarence Birdseye in 1929 and founded the Birds Eye Frosted Foods Company, which later became General Foods Corporation. Post was also a philanthropist. Among her charitable works were donations to build field hospitals in France during World War I, which earned her France's Legion of Honor. RADFORD (1896-1973) served as commander of carrier division eleven (July to December 1943) and carrier division six, U.S. Pacific Fleet (November 1944 to August 1945). He was awarded the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign medal, the World War II Victory Medal, the Philippine Liberation Ribbon with one bronze star, and Companion of the Order of the Bath by Great Britain. Radford was promoted to Rear Admiral (temporary) on July 21, 1943 (made permanent on August 7, 1947), Vice Admiral (temporary) on May 25, 1946 and Four-Star Admiral on April 7, 1949. From 1953 to 1957, he served as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. ROBERTS (1918-2009), born Granville Oral Roberts, attended Oklahoma Baptist University and Phillips University but left before earning a degree from either. As a minister of the Pentecostal Holiness Church, he became a traveling faith-healer. Known for setting up a large tent that held some 3000 folding chairs at each of his destinations, he developed a huge following. Roberts left the Pentecostal Church to found Oral Roberts Evangelistic Association in 1947. He began broadcasting his revivals on television in 1955 - becoming the first televangelist. Oral Roberts University took its first students in 1965 and he opened his City of Faith Medical and Research Center in 1981. ROOSEVELT (1916-2000), the grandson of President Theodore Roosevelt and an O.S.S. agent during World War II, is best remembered for planning the C.I.A.'s Operation Ajax, a 1953 coup that removed Dr. Mohammed Mossadegh, the democratically elected Prime Minister of Iran, and installed Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi in his place. Mossadegh was a fervent nationalist who tried to nationalize British oil interests in Iran. The shah reversed Mossadegh's nationalization and, with American assistance, began a massive program of national development and modernization. However, he was criticized for his autocratic rule, an unequal distribution of oil wealth, and the activities of the secret police, the Savak, which tortured and executed dissidents. Roosevelt published a book about the coup, Countercoup: The Struggle for the Control of Iran, in 1979 - ironically, the year that the Shah was overthrown by the Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini - in which he argued that the coup was staged to prevent a takeover by the Iranian Communist Party. After leaving the C.I.A., Roosevelt was director of government affairs at Gulf Oil for six years, and then directed, consulted, and lobbied for companies operating in the Middle East. JOSEPH. W. MARTIN (1884-1968) a U.S. congressman from Massachusetts (1925-1967), was minority leader, and the Speaker of the House (1947-1953), the only Republican Speaker between 1933 and 1995. General Randolph McCall Pate (1898-1961), a veteran of World War II and Korea, was Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps (1956-1959). WALTER WALMSLEY (1904-1973), a veteran U.S. Foreign Service Officer, was Ambassador to Tunisia (1959-1962). JAMES VAN ALEN (1902-1991) is best known as the International Tennis Hall of Fame Founder. His wife, CANDACE VAN ALEN (1912-2002) also helped found the International Tennis Hall of Fame, but was a successful author in her own right, writing the weekly column "Between the Lines". The former Emily Stuart was married to Count Cito-Filomarino di Bitetto, descendant of the former monarchs of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, which governed southern Italy until Italian unification. LILLIAN VON HANNO was the former lady-in-waiting to Queen Maud of Norway (d. 1938), wife of King Haakon VII and the granddaughter of Queen Victoria. STANLEY REED (1884-1980) FDR's solicitor general, was also an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1938-1957). GERSON NORDLINGER, JR. (1916-2010), a CPA who had studied music in France under Robert Casadesus, was a board member of the National Symphony Orchestra for 58 years. SAMUEL SCRIVENER, JR. was a Washington D.C. lawyer specializing in trademark litigation. WILBER M. BRUCKER (1894-1968) was governor of Michigan (1931-1933) and secretary of the Army (1955-1961). CLARA H. BRUCKER (1892-1980) was Governor Brucker's wife. MARGARET PALMER, Mrs. A. Mitchell Palmer, was the wife of President Wilson's controversial attorney general. Mrs. Palmer remained a prominent figure in Washington D.C. society long after her husband's death in 1936. JEANNE DE ROTHSCHILD (1908-2003) may be better remembered as English stage and screen actress Jeanne Stuart. In 1952, she married BARON EUGENE DE ROTHSCHILD, of the Austrian branch of the Rothschild banking family. His finances pillaged by the Nazis, the Baron was living in (relatively) modest circumstances in Washington D.C. The couple later re-settled to Monte Carlo. Jane Hadley, MRS. ALBEN W. BARKLEY (1911-1964) was the widow of Vice President Alben Barkley. The couple married in 1949, making this the only wedding thus far of a sitting vice president. After her husband's death in 1956, Mrs. Barkley wrote a memoir, I Married the Veep (1958). ADMIRAL EVAN P. AURAND (1917-1989), a decorated World War II veteran, was naval aide to President Eisenhower. Accompanying the President on many global trips, Aurand was also in charge of Camp David. CLARENCE HEWES (b. 1890) was a foreign service officer and delegate to the Republican National Conventions of 1948 and 1952. JAMES G. FULTON (1903-1971) was a Republican congressman from Pennsylvania (1945-1971). Admiral Sir MICHAEL DENNY (1896-1972) was a Royal Navy veteran of both World Wars, later serving as Third Sea Lord. HOMER FERGUSON (1889-1982), a Republican U.S. senator from Michigan (1943-1955), sponsored the legislation inserting "under God" into the Pledge of Allegiance. MYRTLE JONES FERGUSON (1893-1986) was the senator's wife. He was U.S. ambassador to the Philippines (1955-1956). HERMAN TALMADGE (1913-2002), a Democrat, was governor of Georgia (1947-1955) and a U.S. senator (1957-1981). MARJORIE MORGENSTIERNE, the daughter of Norway's ambassador to the U.S. during World War II, was Miss United Nations 1946. IRA C. EAKER (1896-1987), as deputy commander of the Eighth Air Force during World War II, was a chief architect of the strategic bombing campaign in Europe. Later in the war he served as commander of the Mediterranean Air Forces. VICTOR ANDRADE was Bolivian Ambassador to the United States, and a candidate for President of Bolivia in 1966. MARIO RODRIGUEZ was a Chilean ambassador to the United States. HOWARD BEALE (1898-1983) was an Australian ambassador to the United States. NEIL McELROY (1904-1983), former President of Proctor & Gamble, was U.S. Secretary of Defense (1957-1959). MARGUERITE HIGGINS (HALL) 1920-1966, was a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, who covered wars from World War II to Vietnam and landed interviews with Khrushchev, Franco, and Nehru, among others. STUART ROCKWELL (1917-2011) was U.S. Consul in Madrid, and a delegate to several sessions of the UN General Assembly. ARTHUR SUMMERFIELD (1899-1972), who was Chairman of the Republican National Committee, played a key role in securing the presidential nomination for Dwight Eisenhower. He also served as U.S. postmaster general (1953-1961). DONALD A. QUARLES (1894-1959), an executive of Bell Telephone Laboratories, was Secretary of the Air Force (1955-1957) and Deputy Secretary of Defense (1957-1959). Eleanor Hankins "HANK" FORT (1914-1973) composed and performed over 400 pieces of country and patriotic music, her last piece dedicated to President Nixon. Senators John L. McClellan and Barry Goldwater were pallbearers at her funeral. JOHN L. McCLELLAN (1896-1977), a Democrat, represented Arkansas in the U.S. House (1935-1939) and Senate (1943-1977). He was the longest serving U.S. Senator in Arkansas history. KATHARINE ST GEORGE (1894-1983), a Republican, represented New York in the U.S. House from 1947 to 1965. She introduced the first successful legislation requiring equal pay for equal work without regard to gender (1963). Lightly toned, soiled, creased and bowed. Pen skipped while writing some signatures, which are still legible. Some signatures have lightly smeared and bled, but are legible. Random ink smudges. Covers have lightly chipped edges and hinges. Lightly rounded and worn corners. Otherwise, fine condition.


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ASSOCIATE JUSTICE WILLIAM O. DOUGLAS   GENERAL OMAR N. BRADLEY   CLARK M. CLIFFORD   ASSOCIATE JUSTICE STANLEY F. REED   GENERAL IRA C. EAKER   NEIL HOSLER McELROY   ADMIRAL ARTHUR W. RADFORD   HERMAN E. TALMADGE   GENERAL RANDOLPH MCCALL PATE   MARJORIE MERRIWETHER POST   WINIFRED ELGIN REED   KATHARINE ST. GEORGE   KERMIT ROOSEVELT JR.   MYRTLE JONES FERGUSON   MARGUERITE HIGGINS   JOSEPH W. MARTIN JR.   WALTER NEWBOLD WALMSLEY JR.   MARIA-TERESA DOMENECH WALMSLEY   PRINCESS EMILY CITO-FILOMARINO DI BITETTO   LILLIAN VON HANNO   GERSON NORDLINGER JR.   SAMUEL SCRIVENER JR.   CLARA HANTEL BRUCKER   MARGARET BURRALL PALMER   JEANNE STUART   BARON EUGENE DE ROTHSCHILD   JAMES GROVE FULTON   ADMIRAL MICHAEL DENNY   VICTOR ANDRADE   MARIO RODRIGUEZ (ALTAMIRANO)   HOWARD BEALE   STUART W. ROCKWELL   HANK FORT   CLARENCE BUSSEY HEWES   MARJORIE MORGENSTIERNE   JIMMY VAN ALEN   CANDACE VAN ALEN   JOHN L. McCLELLAN   PERLE MESTA   WILBER M. BRUCKER   DONALD A. QUARLES   VICE ADMIRAL EVAN PETER AURAND   JANE HADLEY BARKLEY   SPESSARD L. HOLLAND   HOMER FERGUSON   ORAL ROBERTS   ARTHUR E. SUMMERFIELD   VICE ADMIRAL JOHN MYLIN WILL   ASSOCIATE JUSTICE TOM C. CLARK   VAN CLIBURN  


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ASSOCIATE JUSTICE WILLIAM O. DOUGLAS
Born: October 16, 1898 in Maine Township, Minnesota
Died: January 19, 1980 in Bethesda, Maryland


Film Credits
2011 The Loving Story (Other), 1967 NET Journal (in person), 1965 CBS Reports (in person), 1964 ABC News Reports (in person), 1962 The 14th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (in person), 1960 Small World (in person), 1958 The Mike Wallace Interview (in person), 1954 Studio One in Hollywood (Writer), 1952 See It Now (in person)


GENERAL OMAR N. BRADLEY
Born: February 12, 1893 in Clark, Missouri
Died: April 8, 1981 in New York City, New York


Film Credits
2006 War Stories with Oliver North (Other), 2001 War Crimes and Trials (Other), 1999 D-Day: The Color Footage (Other), 1998 When Trumpets Fade (Other), 1998 Cold War (Other), 1998 America's Five Star Heroes: Gods of War (Other), 1997 Patton: A Tribute to Franklin J. Schaffner (Other), 1995 The Last Days of World War II (Other), 1994-1996 Biography (Other), 1994 George Stevens: D-Day to Berlin (Other), 1994 D-Day, 6th June 1944: The Official Story (Other), 1977 A Bridge Too Far (Other), 1971 This Is Your Life (in person), 1970 Patton (Writer), 1970 Patton (Other), 1966 The Merv Griffin Show (in person), 1962 The DuPont Show of the Week (Other), 1962 Biography (in person), 1961 Winston Churchill: The Valiant Years (in person), 1955 The Ed Sullivan Show (in person), 1953 Never Wave at a WAC (Performer), 1950 Mid Century: Half Way to Where (in person), 1944 Tunisian Victory (Other)


CLARK M. CLIFFORD
Born: December 25, 1906 in Fort Scott, Kansas
Died: October 10, 1998 in Bethesda, Maryland




Film Credits
2010 Hubert H Humphrey: The Art of the Possible (Other), 1998 Cold War (in person), 1997 The Long Way Home (in person), 1995 Hiroshima (in person), 1994 The Clinton Chronicles (Other), 1994 Biography (in person), 1991 The American Experience (in person), 1987 Our World (in person), 1983 Vietnam: A Television History (in person), 1980 The Ten Thousand Day War (in person), 1974 Hearts and Minds (in person)


ASSOCIATE JUSTICE STANLEY F. REED
Born: December 31, 1884 in Minerva, Kentucky
Died: April 2, 1980 in Huntington, New York





GENERAL IRA C. EAKER
Born: April 13, 1896 in Field Creek, Texas
Died: August 6, 1987 in Camp Springs, Maryland




Film Credits
1974 The World at War (in person), 1944 The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress (in person)


NEIL HOSLER McELROY
Born: October 30, 1904 in Berea, Ohio
Died: October 17, 1983 in Cincinnati Ohio





ADMIRAL ARTHUR W. RADFORD
Born: February 27, 1896 in Chicago, Illinois
Died: August 17, 1973 in Bethesda, Maryland




Film Credits
1951 This Is Korea! (in person)


HERMAN E. TALMADGE
Born: August 9, 1913 in McRae, Georgia
Died: March 21, 2002 in Hampton, Georiga




Film Credits
1955 Longines Chronoscope (Other), 1954 Longines Chronoscope (in person)


GENERAL RANDOLPH MCCALL PATE
Born: February 11, 1898 in Port Royal, South Carolina
Died: July 31, 1961 in Bethesda, Maryland





MARJORIE MERRIWETHER POST
Born: March 15, 1887 in Springfield, Illinois
Died: September 12, 1973 in Washington, District of Columbia




Film Credits
2007 Biography (Other)


WINIFRED ELGIN REED
Born: December 6, 1887
Died: January 6, 1987





KATHARINE ST. GEORGE

Died: Circa 1983



KERMIT ROOSEVELT JR.
Born: February 16, 1916 in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Died: June 8, 2000 in Cockeysville, Maryland




Film Credits
1996 The American Experience (in person), 1975 World in Action (in person)


MYRTLE JONES FERGUSON
Born: Circa 1893
Died: Circa 1986





MARGUERITE HIGGINS
Born: September 3, 1920 in Hong Kong
Died: January 3, 1966 in Washington, District of Columbia




Film Credits
1960 Small World (in person), 1953 Person to Person (in person), 1952-1956 What's My Line (in person)


JOSEPH W. MARTIN JR.
Born: November 3, 1884 in North Attleboro, Massachusetts
Died: March 6, 1968 in Hollywood, Florida




Film Credits
1999 The Korean War: Fire and Ice (Other), 1997 The Fifties (Other), 1953 See It Now (in person)


WALTER NEWBOLD WALMSLEY JR.
Born: April 4, 1904 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Died: Circa 1973





PRINCESS EMILY CITO-FILOMARINO DI BITETTO
Born: May 5, 1888 in New York
Died: Circa 1978





GERSON NORDLINGER JR.
Born: Circa 1916
Died: October 10, 2010 in Washington, District of Columbia





CLARA HANTEL BRUCKER
Born: December 22, 1892
Died: March 24, 1980





JEANNE STUART
Born: August 13, 1908 in Hampstead, London, United Kingdom
Died: February 12, 2003 in Monte Carlo, Monaco




Film Credits
1953 Twice Upon a Time (Performer), 1953 I vinti (Performer), 1948 Bonnie Prince Charlie (Performer), 1940 Old Mother Riley Joins Up (Performer), 1938 Three on a Weekend (Performer), 1938 Kathleen (Performer), 1936 Forever Yours (Performer), 1935 Murder on the Set (Performer), 1934 The King of Paris (Performer), 1934 The Great Defender (Performer), 1934 Mon coeur t'appelle (Performer), 1934 Bella Donna (Performer), 1933 The Shadow (Performer), 1933 The Medicine Man (Performer), 1932 Once Bitten (Performer), 1932 Life Goes On (Performer), 1932 Leap Year (Performer), 1932 Edgar Wallace's White Face the Fiend (Performer), 1931 The Limping Man (Performer), 1931 Mischief (Performer), 1931 A Safe Affair (Performer)

Theatre Credits
The Rats of Norway - Performer (April 15, 1948 - April 17, 1948), Nine Till Six - Performer (September 27, 1930 - October 1930), The Merry Widow - Performer (September 5, 1921 - October 22, 1921)


BARON EUGENE DE ROTHSCHILD
Born: March 7, 1884 in Vienna, Austria
Died: April 1972 in Monte Carlo, Monaco





JAMES GROVE FULTON
Born: March 1, 1903 in Dormont, Pennsylvania
Died: October 6, 1971 in Washington, District of Columbia





ADMIRAL MICHAEL DENNY
Born: October 3, 1896
Died: April 7, 1972





HOWARD BEALE
Born: December 10, 1898 in Tarnsworth, New South Wales, Australia
Died: October 17, 1983 in Sydney, Australia





STUART W. ROCKWELL
Born: January 15, 1917 in New York City, New York
Died: March 12, 2011 in Washington, District of Columbia





HANK FORT
Born: June 14, 1914 in Nashville, Tennessee
Died: January 12, 1973 in Washington, District of Columbia




Film Credits
1950-1951 Penthouse Party (in person), 1950 The Gene Autry Show (Sound), 1949 Feudin' Rhythm (Sound)


CLARENCE BUSSEY HEWES
Born: February 1, 1890 in Jeanerette, Louisiana
Died: April 21, 1962





MARJORIE MORGENSTIERNE
Born: Circa 1927




JIMMY VAN ALEN
Born: September 19, 1902 in Newport, Rhode Island
Died: July 3, 1991 in Newport, Rhode Island





CANDACE VAN ALEN
Born: March 28, 1912 in Louisville, Kentucky
Died: February 19, 2002 in Old Brookville, New York





JOHN L. McCLELLAN
Born: February 25, 1896 in Sheridan, Arkansas
Died: November 28, 1977 in Little Rock, Arkansas




Film Credits
2008 Mobsters (Other), 2005 Good Night, and Good Luck. (Other), 1975 McCarthy: Death of a Witch Hunter (Other), 1964 Point of Order (Other), 1959 Armstrong Circle Theatre (Performer), 1959 Armstrong Circle Theatre (in person), 1957 Person to Person (in person), 1955 What's My Line (in person), 1954 Longines Chronoscope (in person)


PERLE MESTA
Born: October 12, 1889 in Sturgis, Michigan
Died: March 16, 1975 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma




Film Credits
1971 This Is Your Life (in person), 1971 The Pearl Bailey Show (in person), 1971 The David Frost Show (in person), 1968 The Ed Sullivan Show (in person), 1965 ABC's Nightlife (in person), 1962 The Merv Griffin Show (in person), 1957 Playhouse 90 (in person), 1954 Person to Person (in person), 1952-1956 What's My Line (in person), 1952 Longines Chronoscope (in person)


WILBER M. BRUCKER
Born: June 23, 1894 in Saginaw, Michigan
Died: October 28, 1968 in Detroit, Michigan





DONALD A. QUARLES
Born: July 30, 1894 in Van Buren, Arkansas
Died: May 8, 1959 in Washington, District of Columbia





VICE ADMIRAL EVAN PETER AURAND
Born: June 10, 1917 in New York City, New York
Died: June 7, 1989 in Honolulu, Hawaii





JANE HADLEY BARKLEY
Born: September 23, 1911 in Keytesville, Missouri
Died: September 16, 1964 in Washington, District of Columbia





SPESSARD L. HOLLAND
Born: July 10, 1892 in Bartow, Florida
Died: November 6, 1971 in Bartow, Florida





HOMER FERGUSON
Born: February 25, 1889 in Harrison City, Pennsylvania
Died: December 17, 1982 in Grosse Pointe, Michigan




Film Credits
1954 See It Now (in person), 1953 Both Sides (in person), 1951-1953 Longines Chronoscope (in person)


ORAL ROBERTS
Born: January 24, 1918 in Pontotoc County, Oklahoma
Died: December 15, 2009 in Newport Beach, California


Film Credits
2008 Religulous (Other), 2004 Believer's Voice of Victory (in person), 2002 The 700 Club (in person), 2001 The Joke's on Thee (in person), 2000 The Eyes of Tammy Faye (Other), 1991 Perverse Preachers, Fascist Fundamentalists and Kristian Kiddie (Other), 1985-2004 Praise the Lord (in person), 1981 Oral Roberts Celebration (in person), 1973 Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In (in person), 1973 Hee Haw (in person), 1972-1973 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (in person), 1972 The Mike Douglas Show (in person), 1971 The David Frost Show (in person), 1971 Love Is (in person), 1965-1973 The Merv Griffin Show (in person)


ARTHUR E. SUMMERFIELD
Born: March 17, 1899 in Pinconning, Michigan
Died: April 26, 1972 in West Palm Beach, Florida





VICE ADMIRAL JOHN MYLIN WILL
Born: September 15, 1899 in Perth Amboy, Middlesex
Died: May 5, 1981 in New York City, New York





ASSOCIATE JUSTICE TOM C. CLARK
Born: September 23, 1899 in Dallas, Texas
Died: June 13, 1977 in New York City, New York




Film Credits
2011 The Loving Story (Other), 1970 Meet the Press (in person)


VAN CLIBURN
Born: July 12, 1934 in Shreveport, Louisiana
Died: February 27, 2013 in Fort Worth, Texas




Film Credits
2012 The Cliburn: 50 Years of Gold (in person), 2006 The Young and the Restless (in person), 2001 The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts (in person), 1994 Biography (in person), 1991 Carnegie Hall at 100: A Place of Dreams (in person), 1989 This Morning (in person), 1989 The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts (in person), 1989 CBS This Morning (in person), 1988 America's Tribute to Bob Hope (in person), 1988 America's Tribute to Bob Hope (Music Department), 1981 Sixth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition (in person), 1976 Live from Lincoln Center (in person), 1971 The Mike Douglas Show (in person), 1968-1971 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (in person), 1961 The Ed Sullivan Show (in person), 1961 Carnegie Hall Salutes Jack Benny (in person), 1960 The Bell Telephone Hour (in person), 1959 Sunday Showcase (in person), 1958-1964 What's My Line (in person), 1958 The Steve Allen Plymouth Show (in person)


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