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Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

ORGANIZATION

Official Website:
http://www.history.org/

Location:
Williamsburg, VA

Founding Date:
1926

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Norman Augustine
Business
27-Jul-1935   CEO of Martin Marietta, 1996-97
Lucius Battle
Diplomat
1-Jun-1918 13-May-2008 US Ambassador to Egypt, 1964-67
David Brinkley
Journalist
10-Jul-1920 11-Jun-2003 The Huntley-Brinkley Report
Richard M. Donnelly
Business
c. 1942   Former President, GM Europe
Ralph Ellison
Novelist
1-Mar-1914 16-Apr-1994 Invisible Man
Amos B. Hostetter, Jr.
Business
c. 1936   Billionaire, Continental Cablevision
Shirley Hufstedler
Judge
24-Aug-1925   US Secretary of Education, 1979-81
Anthony Kennedy
Judge
23-Jul-1936   US Supreme Court Justice
Nan Keohane
Scholar
18-Sep-1940   Political scientist
Jim Lehrer
Journalist
19-May-1934   PBS NewsHour
Sandra Day O'Connor
Judge
26-Mar-1930   US Supreme Court Justice, 1981-2006
Richard Parsons
Business
4-Apr-1948   CEO of Time Warner, 2002-07
John D. Rockefeller, Jr.
Business
29-Jan-1874 11-May-1960 Built Rockefeller Center
Sharon Percy Rockefeller
Business
10-Dec-1944   CEO of WETA Public Broadcasting
Winthrop Rockefeller
Business
1-May-1912 22-Feb-1973 Governor of Arkansas, 1967-71
Richard G. Tilghman
Business
c. 1939   Crestar Financial
Randall L. Tobias
Government
20-Mar-1942   AIDS Czar, USAID Administrator
Henry C. Wolf
Business
c. 1942   CFO of Norfolk Southern, 1993-2007
Gordon S. Wood
Historian
27-Nov-1933   The Creation of the American Republic


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