Susan Mary Alsop

Alsop at the White House in 1961 Susan Mary Alsop ( Jay; June 19, 1918 – August 18, 2004) was an American writer and socialite active in Washington, D.C., political circles. She was the wife of columnist Joseph Alsop and a descendant of founding father John Jay. Her Georgetown home hosted dignitaries and publishers during the 1960s and 1970s ranging from John F. Kennedy, Phil Graham, Katharine Graham, and Isaiah Berlin, earning her the nickname "the grand dame of Washington society." Provided by Wikipedia
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    Lady Sackville : a biography / by Alsop, Susan Mary

    Published 1978
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    The Congress dances / by Alsop, Susan Mary

    Published 1984
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    Yankees at the court : the first Americans in Paris / by Alsop, Susan Mary

    Published 1982
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