|Edna St. Vincent Millay and Eugen|
Boissevain on their honeymoon, 1923.
|This photo is IDed as Mary Pinchot. But|
"Stepper" tells me this is fashion model Lee
Miller, muse of Man Ray. She was a war
correspondent and food writer for the British
Amos and Ruth Pinchot had two daughters:
- Antoinette ("Tony") Pinchot, who married Washington Post Publisher Benjamin C. Bradlee, and
- Mary Elo Pinchot, a smart (Brearley and Vassar) and beautiful socialite who married Cord Meyer. She is alleged to have used marijuana or LSD or both with JFK in the White House. JFK reportedly wanted to marry her during his presidency. In October 1964 she was killed professionally (one bullet to the head, one to the heart, at point-blank range) walking on the C&O towpath in Washington.
|Florence Deshon and Max Eastman.|
Eastman reportedly introduced Chaplin to Florence Deshon, who is said to have become Chaplin's lover for a while.
Also mentioned in Burleigh's book is Edna St. Vincent Millay, Eugen's second wife, who grew up in Maine. On May 19, 1985 a story by Emilie Harting appeared in the New York Times as a travel piece about Millay's days in Maine for. Here is a version on Yumpu.