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Barbara Hutton

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A candid biography of the richest woman in the world, the Woolworth heiress Barbara Hutton, who inherited 40 million dollars when she came of age. She was dubbed the "Poor Little Rich Girl", first when she was given a lavish and expensive débutante ball in 1930, amid the Great Depression. She later led a notoriously troubled private life marrying and divorcing seven times.
During the course of her life she acquired grand foreign titles but was maliciously treated and often exploited by several of her husbands. While publicly she was much envied, privately she remained deeply insecure.
Published in 1968. The DJ is present but is scuffed and has a tear on the front cover otherwise the book is in good condition. Well illustrated with black and white photographs. Of interest to historians.

Item details

Author(s):
Jennings, D.
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
W. H. Allen
Title:
Barbara Hutton - A candid biography of the richest woman in the world.

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A candid biography of the richest woman in the world, the Woolworth heiress Barbara Hutton, who inherited 40 million dollars when she came of age. She was dubbed the "Poor Little Rich Girl", first when she was given a lavish and expensive débutante ball in 1930, amid the Great Depression. She later led a notoriously troubled private life marrying and divorcing seven times.
During the course of her life she acquired grand foreign titles but was maliciously treated and often exploited by several of her husbands. While publicly she was much envied, privately she remained deeply insecure.
Published in 1968. The DJ is present but is scuffed and has a tear on the front cover otherwise the book is in good condition. Well illustrated with black and white photographs. Of interest to historians.

Author(s):
Jennings, D.
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
W. H. Allen
Title:
Barbara Hutton - A candid biography of the richest woman in the world.

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