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Life Among the Cannibals: A Political Career, a Tea Party ...

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Arlen Specter, Charles Robbins ... Republican politics while dating Scaife's sister Cordelia.36 In 1969, Elsie Hillman, the grand dame of Pennsylvania Republican politics, pressed me to talk to Duggan about running a grand jury investigation.
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Quote:Philanthropist, GOP powerbroker Elsie Hillman dies at 89 ...

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By Joe Mandak | AP August 4 at 4:33 PM
PITTSBURGH Elsie Hillman, a philanthropist and political activist who helped propel moderate Republicans to state and national offices, died Tuesday. She was 89.
Her death was confirmed by her husband of 70 years, billionaire industrialist Henry Hillman, and their four children.
Elsie Hillman is a former Republican National Committeewoman who used her political acumen and money to help President George H.W. Bush get elected in 1988 and congressman Tom Ridge get elected governor in 1994.
Hillman was also known to have advised or supported former Republican Govs. William Scranton and Dick Thornburgh, former U.S. Sens. John Heinz and Arlen Specter, and former Vice President Nelson Rockefeller.

"The death of Elsie Hillman marks the end of an era in American politics and our nation is the poorer for this loss," Thornburgh said in a statement. "Elsie was a true patriot, devoted to the principles that made our political system work for all of our citizens."
Her friendship with Bush began in the 1940s, when he was an oil entrepreneur with her brother, Toby Hilliard.

In the 1980 campaign, she helped Bush win the GOP primary in Pennsylvania before Ronald Reagan eventually won the party's nomination and then the presidency with Bush as his running mate.
In a statement Tuesday, Bush called her "one of the brightest points of light and finest political activists" in the country.
"She seemed to know everyone," Bush said. "And she had respect and admiration even from those with whom she did not always agree on issues."

Hillman was known for her moderate views and support of abortion rights, as well as for her unpretentious clothing and habit of always being late.

When she retired after 20 years as a GOP national committeewoman in 1996, Pennsylvania state Sen. Robert Jubelirer hailed her as "the heart and soul of the Pennsylvania Republican Party."
Her support of moderates was credited with helping Republicans win statewide office despite a Democratic registration edge in the state.
Before helping Ridge win as governor, she supported Heinz, who was elected to the House in 1971 and the Senate in 1976 and was considered a presidential hopeful before he died in a plane crash in 1991........

Elsie Hillman's obituary mentions her brother Toby, a close friend of Bush. Toby Hilliard's obituary mentions his Princeton roommate, F.I.G. Coleman.
Coleman and Toby Hilliard were both members of this small, 1941 graduating class.:
Quote: 3. E. HOWARD HUNT, pg 2
Found in: HSCA Segregated CIA Collection, Box 36
contract for a while, so would continue to be available. I said that Fig Coleman was on the Iberian desk when the Hunt assignment to Madrid was brought up
His recollection would give leads. I told him that Coleman became COSCI's'alater, after Hunt left Spain, and could provide information on what Hunt did not
operations (something Senator Baker is pursuing) and that his assignment to Spain after the election could be presented as.giving him time to cool off. I thought

2. E. HOWARD HUNT, pg 3
Found in: HSCA Segregated CIA Collection, Box 36

was poor. Coleman raised the question. with Ryan about his signing off, and Ryan said he could talk to Karamessines if he wished. Because Coleman had a close
send him out." He was instructed to go ahead. In early July 1966 (4 July) Coleman went to Madrid. He had a ten day turnover with ,C p 3 3 Hunt had already
and he did not see him. CO3 'said he didn't know what Hunt did, but that Coleman need not worry because he was gone. Several months agoE03,was at a seminar

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1941Harry Talbott "Toby" Hilliard died on July 22, 1993, at his home in ... son of Marianna Talbott Hilliard and Thomas Jones Hilliard '13 and the brother of late ...
Princeton Alumni Weekly - Volume 94 - Page 54

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Mrs. Marianna Talbott Hilliard. long a leader ... Mrs. Hilliard, who lived on Squaw Run Road. Fox Chapel ... She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Talbott of Dayton...




The Paper Mill and Wood Pulp News - Volume 44 - Page 22

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1921 - ‎Paper industry


In June, I887, Colonel Talbott married Miss Katherine Houk, the daughter of the late Congressman George VV. Houk. The nine children that resulted from this union are
H. E. Talbott, Jr., Mrs. George Shaw Greene, Mrs. Lily Talbott Hilton, Major Nelson S. Talbott, Mrs. Elsie Mead, Mrs. Marianna T. Hilliard and Misses Eliza Thurston Talbott. Katherine Houk Talbott and Margaret Stoddart Talbott.

Quote:The Bushes: Portrait of a Dynasty? - Page 205
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by Peter Schweizer, Rochelle Schweizer, Inc ebrary - Politicians - 2005 - 574 pages

HOURS AFTER HIS DEFEAT, GEORGE RECEIVED A TELEPHONE CALL FROM Washington
columnist Charles Bartlett.
Bartlett lived in Georgetown near Pres(cott)and Dottie (Bush) and had won a Pulitzer Prize
in 1956 for a series of articles on corruption at the Department of Defense. Pres,
who was on the Senate Armed Services Committee at the time, had been a source,

and the two had been friends ever since.....[URL="https://books.google.com/books?id=5L-EeG9djO4C&pg=PA117&lpg=PA117&dq=bartlett+harold+talbott+mulligan&source=bl&ots=_I5AnRuiiI&sig=10aKPzdwFx8NYjFTfFGazQV0lx0&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0CCgQ6AEwAmoVChMIwuq56JmRxwIVRFg-Ch2-kg1Q"]

Robert Kennedy and His Times - Page 117 - Google Books Result[/URL]https://books.google.com/books?isbn=0544080076
Arthur M. Schlesinger - 2012 - ‎Biography & Autobiography
Harold Talbott, Eisenhower's Secretary of the Air Force, had retained half-ownership in Paul B. Mulligan 84 Company, a firm of so-called efficiency engineers. Early in 1955 john Kennedy's friend Charles Bartlett heard that Talbott was hustling ...

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NELSON S. MEAD, GREAT-GRANDSON OF MEAD FOUNDER, DIES AT 70

DAYTON, Ohio, Nov. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Nelson Strobridge Mead, a director of the Mead Corporation (NYSE: MEA) and great-grandson of its founder, Colonel Daniel E. Mead, died Saturday of congestive heart failure at his home in Hobe Sound, Fla. He was 70 years old. Mr. Mead was the sole surviving family member still connected with the company. His passing marks the first time a Mead family member will not be associated with the company since its founding in 1846.......Mr. Mead served for many years as a director and member of the advisory board of the Dayton Council on World Affairs, an organization of which his father, George H. Mead, was a founder.......He is survived by ..... and two sisters, Marianna M. O'Brien of Boston, Mass., and Louise M. Walker of Easton, Md.......
......Family links:
Parents:
George Houk Mead (1877 - 1963)
[URL="http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=95000528"]Elsie Louise Talbott Mead (1893 - 1980)

[/URL]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_M._Walker
Dr. John Mercer Walker, Sr.
(January 15, 1909-August 16, 1990)[1] was an American physician and investment banker. A member of the prominent Bush-Walker family, he was a maternal uncle of US President George H.W. Bush.[URL="http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=95000528"] ......
[/URL]Biography

Walker was the fifth of six children of banker and businessman George Herbert Walker and his wife Lucretia Wear, daughter of James H. Wear. (Dr. Walker's older sister Dorothy married President Bush's father Senator Prescott Bush.) Walker attended The Hill School[SUP][2][/SUP] and later Yale University, where he lettered in football, baseball and squash, was a member of Skull and Bones,[SUP][3][/SUP][SUP]:164[/SUP] and graduated in 1931.[SUP][4][/SUP][SUP]:10[/SUP] In 1936, Walker graduated from the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and went on to his residency at Roosevelt Hospital.[SUP][1] [/SUP]

In 1939, he married Elsie Louise Mead, daughter of George Houk Mead, president of the Mead Corporation.[SUP][5][/SUP] They had three sons and four daughters. One daughter died of polio in 1955[SUP][6][/SUP] and two daughters were born with Down syndrome.[SUP][4][/SUP][SUP]:12930 ........[/SUP]

Walker had a second career as an investment banker. He became a managing partner in G. H. Walker & Co., founded by his father in 1900, and a limited partner in Alex. Brown & Sons.[SUP][6][/SUP] In 1971, he retired to a farm in Easton, Maryland which for two decades he ran profitably for a third career. He spent summers with his extended family in Kennebunkport, Maine.
In 1989, President Bush appointed Walker's eldest son District Judge John M. Walker, Jr. to the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Bush told a White House lawyer "It's the least I can do for someone whose father did so much for me. Besides, Johnny's as well qualified as anyone else for the position."[SUP][4][/SUP][SUP]:129[/SUP]
In 1990, while in Kennebunkport and after a martini with his brother, Walker died that same evening of complications from an aneurism at age 81.[SUP][6] .....[/SUP]

Quote:Frances Coleman Obituary - Portland, ME | PressHerald.com

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Portland Press Herald


Jan 4, 2015 - Frances "Fig" Coleman, Career CIA Officer and Veteran of the Oss ...During his retirement, he and Julia split their time between Washington D.C. and a summer home in Northeast Harbor, Maine.... 1957, and moved to Italy with Julia's two sons where Fig took a post in the ...[URL="https://books.google.com/books?id=MR2hnexXo2cC&pg=PT193&lpg=PT193&dq=harlot%27s+ghost+%22northeast+harbor%22&source=bl&ots=cDQebxRwp9&sig=tm_RFYZxzKaExgKYToxG9vqIF4E&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0CCQQ6AEwAWoVChMI1dCs56KRxwIVyDU-Ch3unA96"]

Harlot's Ghost: A Novel - Google Books Result[/URL]https://books.google.com/books?isbn=1588365891
Norman Mailer - 2007 - ‎Fiction
Contingents were present from Northeast Harbor and Seal Harbor, and David Rockefeller attended. Desmond FitzGerald was in view, and Clara Fargo Thomas;

A few things to consider. Specter's backer, Elsie Hillman was the wife of a billionaire and her brother was part of the Midland wildcatters in the early 1950's. Tom Devine was in Midland as well at that time, drilling with his partner, Albert Cabell Bruce. Bruce had married Jackie's best friend, Jessie Leigh Hunt, and his best man was Iredell Iglehart. Iglehart's sister Anne, hosted a pre-wedding party for Albert and Jessie. Anne is described later, here.:
Quote:http://articles.baltimoresun.com/1992-03...mmers-mawr
Anne I. Sommers

Worked at the CIA
A memorial service for Anne Iglehart Sommers, a Baltimore native and former CIA employee, will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Christ Church of Georgetown in Washington.
Mrs. Sommers died Friday at her home in Chevy[Image: icon1.png] Chase of lung cancer. She was 63.
In the early 1950s, she was a CIA operations officer for East Germany for two years. In May 1953, she married Frank Feldher Sommers, a CIA officer. They lived in Frankfurt, Germany; Vienna, Austria; Bern, Switzerland; and Vientiane, Laos.

Mrs. Sommers served on embassy committees and school boards in each of these cities.
From 1981 to 1991, she was an administrative assistant at the International Management and Development Institute, a non-profit group in Washington that worked with Fortune 500 companies[Image: icon1.png] and major corporations abroad.
Mrs. Sommers attended the Calvert and Bryn Mawr schools in Baltimore and graduated from Bryn Mawr College in Bryn Mawr, Pa.
She is survived by her husband; two daughters, Wing Sommers Blake of Washington and Jane Walker Sommers-Kelly of Fountainebleau, France; two sons, Frank Feldher Sommers IV of San Francisco and Alexander Robinson Sommers of Cheshire, Conn.; a sister, Alice I. McAdams of Spruce Head, Maine; a brother, Iredell W. Iglehart of Baltimore; and a grandson.

Quote:Two Brides Entertained
‎The Sun - Feb 11, 1951
Miss Anne Calhoun Iglehart and her brother, Mr. Iredell W. Iglehart, will give a party ... It will be
In honor of Miss Jessie Leigh Hunt and her fiance, Mr. Albert Cabell Bruce .....

Tom Scully - Posted 12 May 2013 :

..........

Here is the Yale Fencing Club published in the 1950 yearbook. How many CIA names can you spot?
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We will concern ourselves here with just one name, Frank Feldher Sommers, Jr. Sommers is mentioned early in this thread because he and his wife Anne Calhoun Iglehart were CIA agents and their daughter, "Wing" married Sylvia Whitehouse Blake's son, Robert O. Blake, Jr. Later, Wing and Robert divorced and Wing married next a close friend of John McCloy, Jr.'s.

Frank F Sommers, Jr. was nearing the end of his CIA career when he served under diplomatic cover in Laos in the mid-70's. Sylvia's brother Charles Whitehouse who we are told left the CIA, was American ambassador in Laos at that time and Priscilla Johnson's friend Alan Davidson was British ambassador in Laos at that time. Priscilla had been an attendant of Davidson's wife in their 1951 wedding. Davidson's wife was the first cousin of Jock Whitney estate four decade long "fixture," Jinx Falkenburg.

Here is a bit of news mentioning Frank's wife:
Other 14 -- No Title
‎
The Sun - Aug 12, 1959
... M. _ ISS REBEKAH E. THOMAS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Thomas, of St. ... to Frankfort, Germany, where she was met by Mrs. Frank Feldher Sommers. Jr., formerly of Baltimore, and later visited Miss Mary Eyre Baldwin, daughter of...

Mrs. Ralph L. Thomas Dies Of Heart Attack At Hospital
The Sun - Mar 9, 1965
Mrs. Ralph Llewellyn Thomas, member of a prominent Maryland family died ... sister of Beverly Ober, former po- lice commissioner of Baltimore and sister-in-law of Norman Thomas, ... She graduated from Bryn Mawr School, married Mr. Thomas on April 22, ... are two children, Gustavus Ober Thomas and Miss Hebekah Eliza- beth Thomas;- two brothers, J,....

Elsie Hillman's and her brother Toby's uncle was Air Force Secretary Harold E. Talbott, Jr., shafted by Prescott Bush to the great benefit of Jupiter Island's Charles L. Bartlett. Their
first cousin was married to Bush's uncle, Dr. John M. Walker. The wife of Toby Hilliard's St. Paul's and Princeton classmate and roommate, F.I.G. Coleman, was a WWII OSS staffer in the office of James Angleton. So was Julia Coleman's cousin, and her cousin's brother was billionaire, Roger Milliken.

Quote:Interview Transcript: Julia Montgomery Coleman: Veterans ...

lcweb2.loc.gov › American Folklife Center


Library of Congress


Interview Transcript for Julia Montgomery Coleman: Veterans History Project of ... I was working in Washington, and I worked for OSS in the X-2 section, which is ..[URL="http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9D06E7D9143AF930A25750C0A9619C8B63"]
Paid Notice: Deaths COLEMAN, JULIA MONTGOMERY[/URL]query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res...


Mar 13, 2007 - COLEMAN--Julia Montgomery, (age 85) of Washington D.C. on March 10th, ... of Henry Eglinton Montgomery and Florence Gayley Montgomery.Missing: oss




WEDDINGS - Veronica Laughlin, Bruce Coleman - NYTimes ...

www.nytimes.com/.../weddings-veronica-laughlin-...




The New York Times


Aug 23, 1998 - The bridegroom's mother, Julia Coleman, was a counterintelligence ... the successor organization of the O.S.S., in the Latin American division.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roger_Milliken
Roger Milliken (October 24, 1915 December 30, 2010)
........
Milliken was born October 24, 1915, in New York City, the eldest son of Gerrish and Agnes (Gayley) Milliken. Roger's grandfather was Seth Milliken, co-founder of what is today known as Milliken & Company. He attended Yale University, where he studied French history and graduated in 1937. After graduation, he started out in New York City's Mercantile Stores, in which his family had an ownership stake.
.......
Milliken raised the money for the "Senator Thurmond Speaks for Nixon-Agnew" commercials that formed part of Nixon's Southern Strategy of attracting white Southerners to the Republican Party in the 1968 Presidential elections.[SUP][2][/SUP]

Quote:Miss Leigh-Hunt Wed To Mr. Bruce
‎The Sun - Feb 25, 1951
MISS JESSIE LEIGH-HUNT, daughter of Mr. Henry Leigh Hunt, of Las Vegas, Nev., and Countess Palffy, of
Paris, France, was married yesterday to Mr. Albert Cabell Bruce, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cabell
Bruce, of Charlcote road.
The bridesmaids wore Miss ine Bridesmaids wore Mils Helena Leigh-Hunt and Miss Alexandra Leigh-Hunt,
sisters, of the bride: Miss Mary Elizabeth Le May. Miss Jacqueline Bouvicr, bnth of Washington, DC;
Miss B. Perkins, of Santa Cal., and Mrs. S. Bonsai Jr., of this city. All wore green taffeta and car-
yellow daisies. Mr. Iredell W. Iglehart was man. The ushers were Mr B. Reeves, Mr. David Mr. J. Edward
Johnston, Mr. F. ...

Quote:The Odessa American from Odessa, Texas · Page 14

www.newspapers.com/newspage/53264721/

... In Pecos County, Albert C. Bruce Jr. and Thomas J. Devine, Midland operators, will drill the No. 1 G. R.

I metioned Tom Devine in Midland and his wildcat partner, Albert Cabell Bruce. By the early 1960's Devine was with Train and Cabot in NYC. John Train's daughter Helen married the son of the groom in this wedding announcement. Bruce's best man, Iredell W. Iglehart's son is described as an attendant in this wedding. (In left bottom paragraph):

Sarah Douglas Coffin Married
‎New York Times - Jan 14, 1980

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The Death of Forbes Russian Editor Paul Klebnikov
http://nymag.com/nymetro/news/people/fea...ndex1.html
After Berkeley, Klebnikov pressed on with his studies, going to the London School ... In 1991, he married Musa Train, whom he had known since childhood (they have the same godfather). He married well, and certainly wealthy: Musa's father, John Train, was a major Wall Street banker.

Paul Klebnikov - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Klebnikov
Paul Klebnikov (June 3, 1963 July 9, 2004) was an American journalist and ... Helen "Musa" Train,

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Peter Janney's uncle was Frank Pace, chairman of General Dynamics who enlisted law partners Roswell Gilpatric and Luce's brother-in-law, Maurice "Tex" Moore, in a trade of 16 percent of Gen. Dyn. stock in exchange for Henry Crown and his Material Service Corp. of Chicago, headed by Byfield's Sherman Hotel group's Pat Hoy. The Crown family and partner Conrad Hilton next benefitted from TFX, at the time, the most costly military contract award in the history of the world. Obama was sponsored by the Crowns and Pritzkers. So was Albert Jenner Peter Janney has preferred to write of an imaginary CIA assassination of his surrogate mother, Mary Meyer, but not a word about his Uncle Frank.
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Tom Scully Wrote:
Life Among the Cannibals: A Political Career, a Tea Party ...

https://books.google.com/books?isbn=1429952903

Sen. Arlen Specter, ‎Charles Robbins - 2012 - ‎Preview - ‎More editions
Arlen Specter, Charles Robbins ... Republican politics while dating Scaife's sister Cordelia.36 In 1969, Elsie Hillman, the grand dame of Pennsylvania Republican politics, pressed me to talk to Duggan about running a grand jury investigation.
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Quote:Philanthropist, GOP powerbroker Elsie Hillman dies at 89 ...

http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/obit...story.html
By Joe Mandak | AP August 4 at 4:33 PM
PITTSBURGH Elsie Hillman, a philanthropist and political activist who helped propel moderate Republicans to state and national offices, died Tuesday. She was 89.
Her death was confirmed by her husband of 70 years, billionaire industrialist Henry Hillman, and their four children.
Elsie Hillman is a former Republican National Committeewoman who used her political acumen and money to help President George H.W. Bush get elected in 1988 and congressman Tom Ridge get elected governor in 1994.
Hillman was also known to have advised or supported former Republican Govs. William Scranton and Dick Thornburgh, former U.S. Sens. John Heinz and Arlen Specter, and former Vice President Nelson Rockefeller.

"The death of Elsie Hillman marks the end of an era in American politics and our nation is the poorer for this loss," Thornburgh said in a statement. "Elsie was a true patriot, devoted to the principles that made our political system work for all of our citizens."
Her friendship with Bush began in the 1940s, when he was an oil entrepreneur with her brother, Toby Hilliard.

In the 1980 campaign, she helped Bush win the GOP primary in Pennsylvania before Ronald Reagan eventually won the party's nomination and then the presidency with Bush as his running mate.
In a statement Tuesday, Bush called her "one of the brightest points of light and finest political activists" in the country.
"She seemed to know everyone," Bush said. "And she had respect and admiration even from those with whom she did not always agree on issues."

Hillman was known for her moderate views and support of abortion rights, as well as for her unpretentious clothing and habit of always being late.

When she retired after 20 years as a GOP national committeewoman in 1996, Pennsylvania state Sen. Robert Jubelirer hailed her as "the heart and soul of the Pennsylvania Republican Party."
Her support of moderates was credited with helping Republicans win statewide office despite a Democratic registration edge in the state.
Before helping Ridge win as governor, she supported Heinz, who was elected to the House in 1971 and the Senate in 1976 and was considered a presidential hopeful before he died in a plane crash in 1991........

Elsie Hillman's obituary mentions her brother Toby, a close friend of Bush. Toby Hilliard's obituary mentions his Princeton roommate, F.I.G. Coleman.
Coleman and Toby Hilliard were both members of this small, 1941 graduating class.:
Quote: 3. E. HOWARD HUNT, pg 2
Found in: HSCA Segregated CIA Collection, Box 36
contract for a while, so would continue to be available. I said that Fig Coleman was on the Iberian desk when the Hunt assignment to Madrid was brought up
His recollection would give leads. I told him that Coleman became COSCI's'alater, after Hunt left Spain, and could provide information on what Hunt did not
operations (something Senator Baker is pursuing) and that his assignment to Spain after the election could be presented as.giving him time to cool off. I thought

2. E. HOWARD HUNT, pg 3
Found in: HSCA Segregated CIA Collection, Box 36

was poor. Coleman raised the question. with Ryan about his signing off, and Ryan said he could talk to Karamessines if he wished. Because Coleman had a close
send him out." He was instructed to go ahead. In early July 1966 (4 July) Coleman went to Madrid. He had a ten day turnover with ,C p 3 3 Hunt had already
and he did not see him. CO3 'said he didn't know what Hunt did, but that Coleman need not worry because he was gone. Several months agoE03,was at a seminar

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Quote:Text Only

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1941Harry Talbott "Toby" Hilliard died on July 22, 1993, at his home in ... son of Marianna Talbott Hilliard and Thomas Jones Hilliard '13 and the brother of late ...
Princeton Alumni Weekly - Volume 94 - Page 54

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A few things to consider. Specter's backer, Elsie Hillman was the wife of a billionaire and her brother was part of the Midland wildcatters in the early 1950's. Tom Devine was in Midland as well at that time, drilling with his partner, Albert Cabell Bruce. Bruce had married Jackie's best friend, Jessie Leigh Hunt, and his best man was Iredell Iglehart. Iglehart's sister Anne, hosted a pre-wedding party for Albert and Jessie. Anne is described later, here.:


Elsie Hillman's and her brother Toby's uncle was Air Force Secretary Harold E. Talbott, Jr., shafted by Prescott Bush to the great benefit of Jupiter Island's Charles L. Bartlett. Their
first cousin was married to Bush's uncle, Dr. John M. Walker. The wife of Toby Hilliard's St. Paul's and Princeton classmate and roommate, F.I.G. Coleman, was a WWII OSS staffer in the office of James Angleton. So was Julia Coleman's cousin, and her cousin's brother was billionaire, Roger Milliken.

Quote:Interview Transcript: Julia Montgomery Coleman: Veterans ...

lcweb2.loc.gov › American Folklife Center


Library of Congress


Interview Transcript for Julia Montgomery Coleman: Veterans History Project of ... I was working in Washington, and I worked for OSS in the X-2 section, which is ..[URL="http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9D06E7D9143AF930A25750C0A9619C8B63"]
Paid Notice: Deaths COLEMAN, JULIA MONTGOMERY[/URL]query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res...


Mar 13, 2007 - COLEMAN--Julia Montgomery, (age 85) of Washington D.C. on March 10th, ... of Henry Eglinton Montgomery and Florence Gayley Montgomery.Missing: oss




WEDDINGS - Veronica Laughlin, Bruce Coleman - NYTimes ...

www.nytimes.com/.../weddings-veronica-laughlin-...




The New York Times


Aug 23, 1998 - The bridegroom's mother, Julia Coleman, was a counterintelligence ... the successor organization of the O.S.S., in the Latin American division.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roger_Milliken
Roger Milliken (October 24, 1915 December 30, 2010)
........
Milliken was born October 24, 1915, in New York City, the eldest son of Gerrish and Agnes (Gayley) Milliken. Roger's grandfather was Seth Milliken, co-founder of what is today known as Milliken & Company. He attended Yale University, where he studied French history and graduated in 1937. After graduation, he started out in New York City's Mercantile Stores, in which his family had an ownership stake.
.......
Milliken raised the money for the "Senator Thurmond Speaks for Nixon-Agnew" commercials that formed part of Nixon's Southern Strategy of attracting white Southerners to the Republican Party in the 1968 Presidential elections.[SUP][2][/SUP]

Quote:Miss Leigh-Hunt Wed To Mr. Bruce
‎The Sun - Feb 25, 1951
MISS JESSIE LEIGH-HUNT, daughter of Mr. Henry Leigh Hunt, of Las Vegas, Nev., and Countess Palffy, of
Paris, France, was married yesterday to Mr. Albert Cabell Bruce, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cabell
Bruce, of Charlcote road.
The bridesmaids wore Miss ine Bridesmaids wore Mils Helena Leigh-Hunt and Miss Alexandra Leigh-Hunt,
sisters, of the bride: Miss Mary Elizabeth Le May. Miss Jacqueline Bouvicr, bnth of Washington, DC;
Miss B. Perkins, of Santa Cal., and Mrs. S. Bonsai Jr., of this city. All wore green taffeta and car-
yellow daisies. Mr. Iredell W. Iglehart was man. The ushers were Mr B. Reeves, Mr. David Mr. J. Edward
Johnston, Mr. F. ...

Quote:The Odessa American from Odessa, Texas · Page 14

www.newspapers.com/newspage/53264721/

... In Pecos County, Albert C. Bruce Jr. and Thomas J. Devine, Midland operators, will drill the No. 1 G. R.

I metioned Tom Devine in Midland and his wildcat partner, Albert Cabell Bruce. By the early 1960's Devine was with Train and Cabot in NYC. John Train's daughter Helen married the son of the groom in this wedding announcement. Bruce's best man, Iredell W. Iglehart's son is described as an attendant in this wedding. (In left bottom paragraph):

Sarah Douglas Coffin Married
‎New York Times - Jan 14, 1980

[Image: CoffinKlebnikoffWed.png]

The Death of Forbes Russian Editor Paul Klebnikov
http://nymag.com/nymetro/news/people/fea...ndex1.html
After Berkeley, Klebnikov pressed on with his studies, going to the London School ... In 1991, he married Musa Train, whom he had known since childhood (they have the same godfather). He married well, and certainly wealthy: Musa's father, John Train, was a major Wall Street banker.

Paul Klebnikov - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Klebnikov
Paul Klebnikov (June 3, 1963 July 9, 2004) was an American journalist and ... Helen "Musa" Train,

[Image: TrainKlebnikovWed1991.png]
Marriage(s) made in Company heaven ? More like blood oaths. Don't ask, you tell. Thanks, Tom.
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