Nevada: Call Me Mary

She was living through a painful period,"and her silence made it clear that she valued privacy over pleasure. For a month she remained in seclusion. Then, as the six weeks' residency necessary for her divorce neared its end, Mary Todhunter Clark Rockefeller began stepping out a bit. For the first time, Nevadans had a chance to see her—and they liked what little they saw.

In the protective company of Dude Ranch Owner Harry Drackert and his wife, Mrs. Rockefeller turned up at Harrah's Club on Lake Tahoe's South Shore, at Squaw Valley...

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