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

    • She Had Humble Beginnings. Pamela Harriman, born Pamela Digby, entered the world on March 20, 1920. Her parents, Edward and Constance, laid their firstborn to rest in an interesting crib—the bottom drawer of a wooden chest.
    • She Was On Her Own. Pamela Harriman got her first taste of travel when she was only 18 months old. Her parents uprooted the entire family and moved to Australia—a land of better tax advantages and exotic fauna.
    • She Had Interesting Tutors. Pamela Harriman learned her first words, not from doting parents, but rather…from a doting parrot. Yes, a chatty white pet parrot taught her to speak, but also instilled in her a love for mimicry that she later used to emulate accents such as Winston Churchill’s.
    • She Jumped Hurdles. By 1924, the Digby family had settled back into their large family home at Minterne, enjoying every comfort of an upper-class existence.
  2. Pamela HarrimanPamela Harriman (1920-1997) enjoyed the acquaintance of a number of world leaders and international men of wealth and influence. At various times married to the son of Winston Churchill, to a Hollywood and Broadway producer, and to a former governor of New York, Harriman was at first noted for her personal charm and ability to attract powerful men.

  3. Pamela Harriman, the United States Ambassador to France, a leading figure in the Democratic Party and for decades one of the most vivacious women on the international scene, died yesterday at the...

  4. Nov 22, 2015 · Almost 19 years after her death, Pamela Harriman is being exhumed through not just one, but two, novels. In a strange confluence, the oft-wedded socialite and primo political hostess—often dubbed...

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  5. Apr 27, 1994 · April 27, 1994 She fell for her first older, married, rich man when she was just 17, and according to a new unauthorized biography of Pamela Harriman, the U.S. ambassador to France has enjoyed...

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