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Issue 2 2005 (Issue 7)


The Windsors at the White House

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COVER PHOTO/STORY: The Windsors at the White House a Color photograph of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor along with US President Richard Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon at the White House, The Nixons hosted a white-tie dinner for the royal couple, April 4, 1970. Image:© Bettmann/CORBIS
Editor's Column Mark Gaulding (CA) A review of this issue as well as topical commentary on current stories that are in the headlines.
THE SOCIETY REPORT: The Duchess and the Royal Family Tori Van Orden Martinez (TX) Part One of a two-part series about the relationship the Duchess had with the Royal Family. This issue focuses on The Kents, including Prince George, the Duke's younger brother.
The Windsors' Visits to the White House During the War Mark Gaulding (CA) Wallis and Edward made a number of visits to the Roosevelt White House while the couple were exiled in the Bahamas.
Lee Levine's Capitol Lee Levine (DC) Society Member Lee Levine takes us for a tour in his hometown, Washington, DC, visiting Wallis's mother's gravesite and Aunt Bessie's former apartment building.
WE EXCERPTS: Inside Blair House Mary Edith Wilroy and Lucie Prinz Excerpt from the autobiography of former manager of Blair House, Mary Edith Wilroy, the nation's official "hotel" for dignitaries visiting the White House. Ms. Wilroy recounts the Duke & Duchess of Windsors' visit at Blair House when they went to Washington to appear as guests of honor at a dinner at the Nixon White House in 1970.
An Invitation to the Nixon White House for a dinner honoring the Duke & Duchess of Windsor Mark Gaulding (CA) The actual invitation is shown.
COVER STORY: Royalty's White Tie Reception Marie Smith, The Washington Post, April 6, 1970 The article covering the Windsors' white-tie dinner is reprinted with permission from The Washington Post. Also includes the actual printed menu and program (Bobby Short was guest entertainer) and guest list for the affair.
Another WE Treasure Trove Hector Zerbino(FRANCE)/Mark Gaulding (CA) Society Member Hector Zerbino brings us news of upcoming auction in Paris of WE-related wedding items that originally came from Charles and Fern Bedaux's Cateau de Cande.
Duke & Duchess of Windsor Society: Member Profile Michael Botsko(CA)/Mark Gaulding (CA) An interview with Society Member Michael Botsko (CA).
Duke & Duchess of Windsor Society: le collezioni of Society Member Michael Botsko Michael Botsko (CA) An eight-page article featuring 21 color photographs of items from Michael Botsko's stunning collection of Wallis and Edward items, including many that were originally sold in the "Great" Sotheby's auction 1998. Also includes personal commentary about each featured by Michael Botsko (CA).
Society Member News a Features new members, highlights from upcoming issues.
WE: cuisine-wise--Risotto Trianon: A wartime staple in the Windsor household in Nassau June Gaulding (CA) June tests recipe from the Duchess of Windsor's cookbook, Some Favorite Southern Recipes. June found a discussion of the recipe in an article featuring the Duchess that appeared in Vogue, July 15, 1943.
WE Sightings Lee Levine (DC) Includes Wallis & Edward excerpts from Quest Magazine, Ocean Drive Magazine, The New York Times, The New York Observer, and the book Gotham Magazine.
ebay auction sightings a A comprehensive review of recent ebay auction results for Duke & Duchess of Windsor-related items. Even back issues of the Society's journals from the '90s are selling!



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