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Wedding: Alan Greenspan and Andrea Mitchell (1997)

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Married on April 7, 1997 at the Inn at Little Washington in Virginia.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ben Bradlee
Journalist
26-Aug-1921   Editor of The Washington Post, 1965-91
David Brinkley
Journalist
10-Jul-1920 11-Jun-2003 The Huntley-Brinkley Report
Lloyd Cutler
Attorney
10-Nov-1917 8-May-2005 White House Counsel for Carter, Clinton
Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Judge
15-Mar-1933   US Supreme Court Justice
Katharine Graham
Publisher
16-Jun-1917 17-Jul-2001 Washington Post publisher, 1966-79
Alan Greenspan
Economist
6-Mar-1926   Federal Reserve Chairman, 1987-2006
Al Hunt
Journalist
1-Jan-1942   Wall Street Journal editor
Ann Dibble Jordan
Educator
c. 1939   Professor, University of Chicago
Henry Kissinger
Government
27-May-1923   US Secretary of State, 1973-77
Jim Lehrer
Journalist
19-May-1934   PBS NewsHour
Andrea Mitchell
Journalist
30-Oct-1946   NBC Foreign Affairs Correspondent
Daniel Patrick Moynihan
Politician
16-Mar-1927 26-Mar-2003 US Senator from New York, 1977-2001
Colin Powell
Government
5-Apr-1937   US Secretary of State, 2001-05
Alice Rivlin
Economist
4-Mar-1931   Founding director, Congressional Budget Office
Tim Russert
Talk Show Host
7-May-1950 13-Jun-2008 Meet the Press
Robert S. Strauss
Diplomat
19-Oct-1918   US Ambassador to Russia, 1991-92
Laurence Tisch
Business
5-Mar-1923 15-Nov-2003 CEO of CBS, 1986-95
Barbara Walters
Journalist
25-Sep-1929   20/20, The View
John Warner
Politician
18-Feb-1927   US Senator from Virginia, 1979-2009
James Wolfensohn
Business
1-Dec-1933   World Bank president, 1995-2005
Judy Woodruff
Journalist
20-Nov-1946   PBS newscaster


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