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  1. Mary Eno Pinchot Meyer (* 14. Oktober 1920 in New York City; † 12. Oktober 1964 in Washington, D.C.) war eine US-amerikanische Malerin und mehrere Jahre die Geliebte von John F. Kennedy . Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben 2 Beziehung zu Kennedy 3 Ermordung 4 Literatur 5 Weblinks 6 Einzelnachweise Leben

  2. Mary Eno Pinchot Meyer ( / ˈmaɪ.ər /; October 14, 1920 – October 12, 1964) was an American painter who lived in Washington D.C. She was married to Cord Meyer from 1945 to 1958, and became involved romantically with President John F. Kennedy after her divorce from Meyer. Pinchot Meyer was murdered on the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal ...

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  3. 17. Sept. 2016 · John F. Kennedy had a thing for blondes. Everyone knows about his affair with Marilyn Monroe; yet not as many know about Mary Pinchot Meyer, another beautiful, curvy blonde who gave JFK pause. Like Monroe, Meyer too died young, murdered on a towpath in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. in broad daylight on October 12, 1964. More than 50 ...

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  4. Mary Pinchot Meyer, mistress of John Kennedy and ex-wife of a CIA man, was murdered in 1964 in Georgetown. The case is still unsolved, but her life and her connection to the 1960s' Washington scene are more interesting now. The article explores her background, her relationship with JFK, and the conspiracy theories that surround her death.

  5. 25. Mai 2020 · Mary Pinchot Meyer at birthday family dinner on May 29, 1963 for President John F. Kennedy aboard the Sequoia, the 104-foot presidential yacht, which cruised down the Potomac River that evening....

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  6. 25. Feb. 2020 · Witty, outspoken and chic, Mary Pinchot Meyer was the ex-wife of a C.I.A. official, one of John F. Kennedy’s many extracurricular lovers and an A-list socialite in the fashionable Georgetown ...