They Call Me Madam

Mesta, Perle
April 1960
Saturday Evening Post;4/30/1960, Vol. 232 Issue 44, p30
Focuses on the experiences of former U.S. Minister to Luxembourg Perle Mesta during her service in Luxembourg. Experience during her visitation to an iron-ore mine; Parties that she hosted give the burgomasters from all over the country a chance to meet one another; Scholarship that she sponsored for students who cannot afford for a college education.


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