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Mary Pinchot Meyer

 (1920 - 1965)
Mary Pinchot Meyer was active/lived in District Of Columbia.  Mary Meyer is known for color field-abstraction.

Mary Pinchot Meyer

The following is from the Smithsonian Magazine

"44 Years Later, a Washington, D.C. Death Unresolved
Mary Pinchot Meyer's death remains a mystery. But it's her life that holds more interest now"

By Lance Morrow
Smithsonian Magazine
December 2008

On a perfect October day in 1964, Mary Pinchot Meyer—mistress of John Kennedy, friend of Jackie Kennedy and ex-wife of a top CIA man, Cord Meyer—was murdered in the rarefied Washington precinct of Georgetown.

It was half past noon. I was a cub reporter on the Washington Star. In the classically scruffy pressroom at police headquarters, I heard the radio dispatcher direct Cruisers 25 and 26 (which I recognized as homicide squad cars) to the   ...  Displaying 750 of 4773 characters.

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About  Mary Pinchot Meyer

Born:  1920
Died:   1965 - District of Columbia
Known for:  color field-abstraction