National Affairs: I, John Foster Dulles

Probated in Manhattan the day after John Foster Dulles' funeral was a final official document: his will. Drawn ten months earlier, it left to Janet Dulles the bulk of her husband's estate, valued for probate purposes at "over $20,000." In addition, specific bequests to relatives and friends totaled $235,000.

Elder Son John Watson Foster Dulles, a mining engineer in Mexico City, will receive $100,000 and, at his mother's death, half her estate. Daughter Lillias Dulles Hinshaw, wife of a Manhattan publicist and a graduate of Union Theological Seminary, will receive the other half of Janet Dulles' estate, also gets $10,000 outright, plus...

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