Marjorie Oelrichs
Marjorie Oelrichs
Marjorie Oelrichs Duchin, nicknamed "Bubbles", was an American socialite. The daughter of Charles and Marjorie Oelrichs, she became the wife of dance bandleader Eddy Duchin after the two met at the Waldorf, and wed on June 5, 1935. A well-known New York and Newport beauty, she was described by Vogue as having "waxen skin and eyebrows like butterflies.
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His Music Still Makes Society Whirl
NYTimes - about 7 years
THERE are certain people for whom a party doesn't rate if the Peter Duchin Orchestra isn't playing. Over the years Mr. Duchin, as both pianist and bandleader, has provided the musical entertainment at an estimated 6,000 celebrations. The list itself could function as a potted history of late-era American society, as it includes everything from
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Playing for Keeps
NYTimes - almost 12 years
You haven't lived until you've seen Sir Paul McCartney twirl his wife around the dance floor to the music of Peter Duchin and his band. Other partygoers, the lucky ones at ringside tables, feign disinterest while trying to decide which is more remarkable: the sight of the former mop-top McCartney fox-trotting to Peter Duchin, or the fact that Lady
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PUBLIC LIVES
NYTimes - over 18 years
A Musician's Life, Now in Paperback CHARLES MICHENER was watching a violent storm blow through Litchfield County, Connecticut, yesterday afternoon and talking about his friend PETER DUCHIN, whose autobiography, ''Ghost of a Chance'' (Random House), he helped write two years ago. ''Before the book was written, he had a hard time being alone,'' said
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CHRONICLE
NYTimes - over 20 years
Parties to honor PETER DUCHIN, the band leader, are in full swing since the recent publication of his memoirs, "Ghost of a Chance," by Random House. Even the teeming rain on Monday night failed to deter a crowd of 200 from showing up at the Madison Avenue Bookshop. The book begins with a description of how Mr. Duchin, who was born with respiratory
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Peter Duchin Weds Brooke Hayward
NYTimes - about 31 years
Peter Duchin, the orchestra leader, and Brooke Hayward, the writer, were married Tuesday at a private home in Stowe, Vt. The Rev. Peter Jacobs, a Roman Catholic priest, performed the ceremony. The bride is a daughter of the late Leland Hayward, the agent whose clients included Greta Garbo, Ernest Hemingway, Judy Garland and Fred Astaire and the
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