A woman of means

Smith, Sally Bedell
February 1997
Newsweek;2/17/1997, Vol. 129 Issue 7, p76
Remembers Pamela Harriman, the United States ambassador to France who died of a cerebral hemorrhage in February 1997. Biographical information; Her career highlights; Her ambition; Her marriage to Randolph Churchill.


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