George Tuttle Brokaw
American lawyer and sportsman
George Tuttle Brokaw
George Tuttle Brokaw was an American lawyer and sportsman. He was born in Elberon, New Jersey, a son of Isaac Vail Brokaw, who with his brother, William, owned the New York City-based Brokaw Brothers clothing stores from 1856 until his death in 1914. As the eldest child, George inherited the right to live for life in the Brokaw Mansion at 1 East 79th Street in Manhattan, and later fought with his brother, Howard C.
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Hamptons Scene: Diana DiMenna, Debra Black, Heather Mnuchin, Alison Brokaw - Bloomberg
Google News - over 5 years
“It has a touch screen and a keyboard,” said Brokaw, who is married to George Brokaw, a managing partner at Perry Partners. Eventually there was business to attend to. Simone Levinson had arranged the gathering (and brought in Dior to present fall and
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PERSONAL BUSINESS; Speeding Up a Passport (Before Panic Sets In)
NYTimes - over 17 years
ANDREW SCHWARZ, a New York real estate executive, was at a meeting in Atlantic City last month when he got the call. His office wanted him in Tokyo that weekend. But Mr. Schwarz had a problem. On his last trip to Japan, immigration officials there had told him that his passport, with his picture about to fall off, was too badly damaged for them to
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A Life That Sounds Like Fiction
NYTimes - over 19 years
RAGE FOR FAME The Ascent of Clare Boothe Luce By Sylvia Jukes Morris Illustrated. 561 pages. Random House. $30. Her life story reads like a Judith Krantz novel: poor, illegitimate daughter of a salesman and a sometime call girl makes a brilliant marriage and ascends to the heights of New York society; when that marriage collapses, she moves on to
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In Search of Clare Boothe Luce
NYTimes - about 29 years
LEAD: LATE IN THE FALL OF 1980, ARCHIE AND Selwa Roosevelt called me in New York and invited me to dinner in Washington. It seemed a long way to go for a party, until Selwa casually said, ''Clare Luce is coming.'' LATE IN THE FALL OF 1980, ARCHIE AND Selwa Roosevelt called me in New York and invited me to dinner in Washington. It seemed a long way
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MRS. LUCE GOES TO WASHINGTON
NYTimes - about 35 years
A number of friends thought she'd be upset, livid or litigious. There it was on magazine stands across the country, a cover banner reading ''Clare Boothe Luce, From Courtesan to Career Woman.'' Mrs. Luce was, indeed, unhappy at the line in the February issue of Harper's, promoting an excerpt from Wilfrid Sheed's new book on her. ''If it had only
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    FIFTIES
  • 1935
    Age 55
    After Brokaw died in 1935, Seymour married Henry Fonda in 1936; the couple had two children, Jane and Peter.
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  • 1931
    Age 51
    Brokaw and Seymour had a daughter Frances de Villers Brokaw, born October 10, 1931.
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    On January 10, 1931, Brokaw married Frances Ford Seymour in a small New York City wedding.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1929
    Age 49
    According to Boothe, Brokaw was an abusive alcoholic, and the marriage ended in divorce in 1929.
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  • 1924
    Age 44
    Their daughter Ann Clare Brokaw was born in 1924.
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  • 1923
    Age 43
    Brokaw's first wife was writer Clare Boothe (later Clare Boothe Luce), whom he married on August 10, 1923 in Greenwich, Conn.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1914
    Age 34
    He was born in the Elberon section of Long Branch, New Jersey, a son of Isaac Vail Brokaw, who with his brother, William, owned the New York City-based Brokaw Brothers clothing stores from 1856 until his death in 1914.
    More Details Hide Details As the eldest child, George inherited the right to live for life in the Brokaw Mansion at 1 East 79th Street in Manhattan, and later fought with his brother, Howard C. Brokaw, over his plans to demolish the mansion.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1908
    Age 28
    Irving Brokaw (his brother) was anational ice skating champion and competed in the 1908 Olympics.
    More Details Hide Details Educated in the Cutler School; then Princeton University (1902, BA) and New York Law School (LLB, 1911); he was admitted to the bar in 1912. Brokaw's legal education (LLM) came from the University of Toledo College of Law. He was first in his class, graduating in 1906. Toledo Law's weekly newspaper is still named after him: Toledo's Brokaw Edition. There is a portrait in the Brokaw Edition's office.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1879
    Born
    Born in 1879.
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