Harriet, 1861?–1936, U.S. editor and poet.
James, 1758–1831, 5th president of the U.S. 1817–25.
Marilyn (Norma Jean Baker or Mortenson) 1926–62, U.S. film actress.
William Smith (“Bill”; “The Father of Bluegrass”) 1911–96, U.S. musician, singer, and songwriter.
a city in N Louisiana.
a city in SE Michigan, on Lake Erie.
a town in SW Connecticut.
a city in S North Carolina.
a town in S Wisconsin.
Fort. Fort Monroe.
a male given name.
The dress, which was created by William Travilla, was famously worn by Monroe as she stood over a subway grate.
Kate Middleton Named 2013’s Top Beauty Icon; Marilyn Monroe’s ‘Seven Year Itch’ Dress Is History’s Most Iconic Film Costume The Fashion Beast Team January 1, 2014
Monroe reveals that the acting bug was always with her, that “as a small child” her “intact first desire was to be an actress.”
The Yin and Yang of Marilyn Daphne Merkin October 19, 2010
Peter Beinart on the clueless call for a new ‘Monroe Doctrine’ for Latin America.
Fox News Iowa Debate: Daily Beast Contributors Weigh In December 15, 2011
This is a wickedly clever kung-fu move for the new Obama-ready marketplace: Monroe becomes Thoreau.
De Beers: Diamonds Are a Recession’s Best Friend Adam Hanft December 5, 2008
Sinatra and Monroe Tied to Bogus Mafia Plot The Kennedys were famous for keeping glamorous company.
What’s in the Kennedy Files? Samuel P. Jacobs June 13, 2010
Their challenge to America brought forth the Monroe Doctrine.
History of the United States Charles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard
We have no satire yet on militarism, or imperialism, or the Monroe doctrine.
Folkways William Graham Sumner
Deponent answered that he was very little acquainted with any body, but thought Mr. Monroe a most virtuous and respectable man.
Abridgement of the Debates of Congress, from 1789 to 1856 (4 of 16 vol.) Various
Herman, Ibbotson, and Monroe seized him, and dragged him back into the room.
Down the Rhine Oliver Optic
This, however, would not be a valid excuse for Monroe’s course as a representative of his government.
James Madison Sydney Howard Gay
James. 1758–1831, US statesman; fifth president of the US (1817–25). He promulgated the Monroe Doctrine (1823)
Marilyn, born Norma Jeane Mortenson. later Norma Jeane Baker, sometimes spelled Norma Jean, 1926–62, US film actress. Her films include Niagara (1952), Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953), and Some Like It Hot (1959)
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Emil, Jr (“Bus”) 1922–1997, U.S. yacht racer and government official. Contemporary Examples As Mosbacher tells it, many of her fellow mega-donors are vowing to sit on their wallets until something changes. Mosbacher: I’m Furious at My Own Party Michelle Cottle January 7, 2013 As far as Mosbacher is concerned, however, the damage was done. Mosbacher: […]
Ben R(oy) born 1926, Danish physicist, born in the U.S.: Nobel prize 1975.