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us: Louchheim, Katie, 1903-1991



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    • us: Louchheim, Katie Scofield, 1903-
    • us: Louchheim, Kathleen Scofield, 1903-1991
    • us: Scofield, Katie, 1903-1991
    • us: Scofield, Kathleen Barbara, 1903-1991
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    • Louchheim, Katie Scofield, 1903-
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    • found: Her With or without roses, 1966.
    • found: Library of Congress Manuscript Division for Her Papers, 1914-1991 (Kathleen Scofield Lochheim; diplomat and journalist; b. Kathleen Scofield; married Walter C. Louchheim in 1926; later married Donald Klopfer; d. 1991)
    • found: The New York Times, via WWW, October 3, 2013 (February 12, 1991 edition; Katie Louchheim Is Dead at 87; Official for U.S. and Democrats; Katie Louchheim, a former State Department official and a former vice chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee who was a prominent figure in the social life of Washington for four decades, died February 11, 1991 at her home in Manhattan; she was 87 years old; Mrs. Louchheim was born in Manhattan in 1903; named Kathleen Scofield, she was known for most of her life as Katie; she attended Rosemary Hall in Greenwich, Conn., and studied in Europe before marrying Walter Louchheim in 1926; in World War II she served in the Office of Foreign Relief and Rehabilitation and helped form its United Nations counterpart, the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration; she was vice chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee from 1956 to 1960; President John F. Kennedy gave her a post in the State Department, and within two years she was named Deputy Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs; she moved to other State Department posts through the administration of President Lyndon B. Johnson and was United States Ambassador to the United Nations Economic, Scientific and Cultural Organization until 1969; she published a collection of poems, With or Without Roses, in 1966; her autobiography, By the Political Sea, came out in 1970; she also wrote The Making of the New Deal -- The Insiders Speak, published by Harvard University Press in 1983; after her husband died in 1973, Mrs. Louchheim moved back to Manhattan; in 1981 she married Donald S. Klopfer, a co-founder of the publishing concern Random House; he died in 1986)
    • found: ancestry.com, October 3, 2013 (Katie Scofield Louchheim; Katie S. Louchheim; Katie Louchheim; Kathleen Louchheim; Kathleen Scofield Louchheim; Kathleen Barbara Scofield; born December 28, 1903; died February 11, 1991)
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