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  1. Diplomat. socialite. Pamela Beryl Harriman ( née Digby; March 20, 1920 – February 5, 1997), also known as Pamela Churchill Harriman, was an English-born American political activist for the Democratic Party, diplomat, and socialite.

  2. Originally published in Issue 40 of The Rake, Stuart Husband writes that Pamela Harriman, a woman of aristocratic stock, blazed a trail through the international scene of her era, enticing powerful men like moths to a particularly feisty flame. Date January 2024. Author Stuart Husband. There aren’t many people whose lives have such an epic, ...

  3. 30 de abr. de 2021 · Pamela Harriman spent four years serving as an ambassador until her death in 1997. While enjoying a swim at the Paris Ritz, she suffered a fatal cerebral hemorrhage. Both the President of France and The US President recognized her contributions. At her funeral, Bill Clinton spoke highly of her public service.

  4. 31 de ene. de 2024 · Pamela Harriman (born March 20, 1920, Farnborough, Hampshire, England—died February 5, 1997, Paris, France) British-born socialite and American political figure who made a name for herself first as the wife or lover of a succession of prominent wealthy and powerful men and later, in the United States, as a doyenne of the Democratic ...

  5. 6 de feb. de 1997 · Pamela Harriman, US Ambassador to France and leading figure in Democratic Party, dies in Paris from complications of cerebral hemorrhage; she was 76; Pres Clinton calls her 'extraordinary US ...

  6. 5 de ene. de 2021 · Pamela Harriman (1920-1997) was all-English, yet rose to high American office on her own merit. She served as U.S. ambassador to Paris from 1993 until her death. Small-minded people, and there were plenty, belittled her lack of education, her glittery friendships with the great.

  7. Together, the Harrimans worked to raise millions of dollars and rebuild the Democratic Party in the 1980’s. Pamela Harriman played such an important role that one biographer called her the “Life of the Party.” President Bill Clinton appointed her United States Ambassador to France in 1993.