Ambassador Pamela Harriman, 76, dies; helped integrate Dems leadership for party to win White House

February 1997
Jet;02/24/97, Vol. 91 Issue 14, p18
Remembers former US Ambassador to France Pamela Harriman and her support of blacks in politics. Her fundraising work for Ron Brown; Her work for Douglas Wilder's campaign for governor in Virginia.


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