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CSPAN
Jan 31, 2015 9:00pm EST
silk socks. when he tried to purchase the great wall of china his sister daisy decided that was enough and sued him for financial mismanagement of the family estate. this was in court for years, and she ultimately lost. one person i find very interesting is a person who made the transition from cave dweller to the smart set. that was mary townsend who spent her early years on love yet square. her father was a congressman from pennsylvania and owned a good-sized house. she married richard townsend then president of the year e-pierie-pennsylvania railroad. they moved back into the old house which was not large enough. she had an addition put on, a large dining room. at the time, the thing to do was to have large dinner parties. the intimate teamss of the cave dwellers were passe. that dining room proved not to be large enough so she went looking for a larger home. she said her eyes on hilliard's house across the street. mary had this incredible phobia. she believed if she ever moved into a new house, she would die. bill your house -- the house was still not large enough to hurt --
CSPAN
Apr 4, 2015 5:50am EDT
purchase the great wall of china, his sister daisy decided that was enough and she sued him for financial mismanagement of the family estate. this was in court for years and she ultimately lost. one person i find very interesting is a person who made the transition from cave dweller to the smart set and that was mary minnie townsend who spent her early years on lafayette square. her father was a congressman everyone pennsylvania and he owned a good sized house at 292 jackson place. minnie married richard townsend who was then president of the erie and pittsburgh railroads. you can imagine how much railroad presidents were making at the time and she decided she wanted to move back to washington to take part in society life again. they moved back into the father's old house which wasn't large enough. so she the had a very large dining room put on because at the time, the thing to do was have large dinner parties. the intimate teas of the cave dwellers were pass say. so you entertained as lavishly as you could at dipper and the more guests the better. well, that dining room proved
CSPAN
Feb 8, 2015 1:00pm EST
bought a thousand pairs of silk socks. at one point when he tried to buy the great wall of china, his sister daisy thought that was enough and sued him for mismanagement of the family estate. this was in court for years, and she ultimately lost. one person i find very interesting is the person who made the transition from cave dwelle to the smart pack, and that was a woman who spent many years on lafayette square. her father was a congressman from pennsylvania. he owned 25,000 jackson place. minnie married richard towns end, who was then period of the erie pennsylvania railroad. you can imagine how much the president of the railroad was making at the time. she decided she wanted to move back to washington to take part in society life again. they moved back into the father's old house which wasn't large enough, so she had an addition put on, a very large dressing room, because at the time, the thing to do was to haveining room, because at the time, the thing to do was to have large parties. you entertained as lavishly as you could at dinner, and the more guests, the better. that dining
Search Results 0 to 4 of about 5 (some duplicates have been removed)