Roberta McCain
Mother of John S McCain III
Roberta McCain
Roberta Wright McCain is the widow of Admiral John S. McCain, Jr. (married from 1933 to 1981) and mother of the Republican Arizona Senator and two-time Presidential candidate John S. McCain III.
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MCCAIN'S SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY; Memories, Farewells and Tears
NYTimes - over 8 years
Senator John McCain had always watched a movie during the political dead time of Election Day, but on Tuesday he dispensed with that tradition to end a presidential campaign that both sides waged at warp speed. Then, too, his aides said, he was too restless to hang around Phoenix all day. So Mr. McCain headed off for a nearly full day of
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In a City of Many Democrats, a Haven for G.O.P. Women
NYTimes - over 8 years
The imposing metal elephant guarding the entrance to one of New York City's venerable buildings is appropriate -- after all, the building houses the Women's National Republican Club, one of the nation's oldest organizations of female Republicans and the only one with a clubhouse for its members. Many New Yorkers have no idea that the elegant
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OP-ED COLUMNIST; McCain's Green-Eyed Monster
NYTimes - over 8 years
Not since Iago and Othello obsessed on the comely Cassio, not since Richard of Gloucester killed his two nephews, not since Nixon and Johnson glowered at the glittering J.F.K., has there been such an unseemly outpouring of boy envy. Bill Clinton, Jesse Jackson and John Edwards have all been crazed with envy over the ascendance of the new ''It''
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OP-ED COLUMNIST; Angry Clinton Women McCain?
NYTimes - over 8 years
TEN years ago John McCain had to apologize for regaling a Republican audience with a crude sexual joke about Hillary and Chelsea Clinton and Janet Reno. Last year he had to explain why he didn't so much as flinch when a supporter asked him on camera, ''How do we beat the bitch?'' But these days Mr. McCain just loves the women. In his televised
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Correction: The Road Trip of 2 Lifetimes, and Still Going
NYTimes - about 9 years
A picture caption last week with an article about Roberta McCain and her twin, Rowena Willis, misstated the location of a photograph showing them with their father in 1919. It was taken in Ontario, Canada, not Minnesota.
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The Road Trip Of 2 Lifetimes, And Still Going
NYTimes - about 9 years
WHEN Roberta and Rowena Wright first started traveling together, their father had to use a crank to get the car going. But once they got moving, they never stopped. They began, over 90 years ago, with trips to escape the heat of Oklahoma and Southern California, where they grew up, and their father often took the family away for weeks on end. ''He
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Mrs. McCain, Demure in 2000, Is Speaking Up in a Steely Tone
NYTimes - over 9 years
Cindy McCain on the presidential campaign trail in 2000 was mostly a cheerful sidekick to her husband, keeping her positions on national policy to herself. When her husband, Senator John McCain, Republican of Arizona, saw his White House run collapse in the South Carolina primary -- after a whispering campaign suggesting that he had fathered an
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Political Points
NYTimes - over 12 years
Mother McCain To the Defense LET it be said, for the record, that Senator John McCain, the Arizona Republican who is suddenly campaigning like crazy for President Bush, has not sold his famously independent soul to garner Republican backing for his own White House run in 2008. We have this on good authority from an impeccable source: the senator's
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ADM. JOHN S. MCCAINJR. IS DEAD; EX-COMMANDER OF PACIFIC FORCES
NYTimes - almost 36 years
Adm. John S. McCain Jr., a former commander in chief of Pacific forces in the Vietnam War and a World War II hero, died yesterday of a heart attack while on a military aircraft returning from Europe. He was 70 years old. Admiral McCain, son of Adm. John S. McCain Sr., was raised and educated in Washington. He graduated from the United States Naval
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    CHILDHOOD
  • 1912
    Age 0
    Roberta Wright and her identical twin sister Rowena (1912-2011) were born in Muskogee, Oklahoma on February 7, 1912.
    More Details Hide Details Her parents, Archibald Wright (1876–1971), a Los Angeles oil wildcatter, and Myrtle Fletcher (1885–1972), were married in Cleburne, Texas, on June 18, 1901.
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