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    Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney

    Hermann Oelrichs Jr., Tessie Oelrichs, Muriel Vanderbilt, and Consuelo Vanderbilt (named for her aunt Consuelo Vanderbilt Balsan).

    Huguette is pictured left just after the wedding in 1928 and right with her new husband, William MacDonald Gower, in a sketch. They were divorced in 1930 Readmore: Follow us: @MailOnline Pics on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

    Photo of Hugette Clark on her wedding day, with the portrait of her father Senator Clark, ( Gilded Age copper tycoon) in the background.

    After the death of 16-year-old daughter Andrée Clark from meningitis in 1919, W.A. Clark gives the deed to land for the first national Girl scout camp, Camp Andrée Clark, in New York. Huguette Clark, 13, stands with her father.

    Huguette Clark with pearls

    Huguette Clark on a ship with her father, W.A. Clark, the copper miner and former senator, in the 1910s. The familiy held tickets on the return trip of the Titanic in 1912, though as Huguette explained some 80 years later, "We took another boat."

    W.A. Clark with daughters Andree, left, and Huguette, with one of her dolls....

    W.A. and Anna Clark with their daughters, Andrée, left, and Huguette.

    Huguette, left, and Andree Clark, apparently with the Clark mansion in the background.

    Huguette Clark, left, with her sister, Andrée.

    W.A., Anna, Andrée (with her mother), and Huguette Clark (with her father), c. 1912.

    Anna Clark with her daughters Huguette (left) and Andrée (center). Huguette holds one of her dolls.

    Jerome K. Jerome

    Jennie Jerome, Lady Churchill, mother of Winston Churchill

    Marjorie Merriweather Post wearing her "Juliet" costume at the Everglades Ball, March 7, 1929.

    Lady Randolph Churchill as the 6th century Theodora at the Devonshire House Ball.

    "Cafe Society"

    Ava Alice Muriel Astor (July 7, 1902 - July 19, 1956) was an American heiress and socialite, the daughter of John Jacob Astor IV and Ava Lowle Willing, and sister of Vincent Astor.

    Lady Leonie Blanche Jerome, married Sir John Leslie, 2nd Baronet Leslie of Glaslough. The marriage produced five children. Leonie was the daughter of Leonard Jerome and sister of Jennie and Clara Jerome.

    Clara Jerome. Daughter of Leonard Jerome. Married Moreton Frewen MP. The couple had four children Hugh, Clare, Sheridan and Oswald.

    Jeanette Jerome became Lady Churchill when she married Lord Randolph Churchill. She had two sons, Sir Winston Churchill and John Strange Spencer-Churchill, although her sisters believed that John was the son of Evelyn Boscawen, 7th Viscount Falmouth, with whom Jennie had a long time affair. Jennie was known to have had numerous lovers while she was married among them Karl Kinski, The Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII of the UK), and Herbert Von Bismark.

    The Jerome Sisters: Jennie, Clara and Leonie. Daughters of Leonard Jerome. The sisters were known as "The good, the witty and the beautiful". At the time of the "tidal wave" of American heiresses traveling to Europe to snap up an English Lord of their own, Clara Hull Jerome, the girls' mother, was one of the first to cross the Atlantic with her daughters.

    Leonard Jerome's New York Mansion on Madison Avenue.

    Leonard Jerome, Wall Street financier, stock speculator and promoter known as "The King of Wall Street". Founded the Academy of Music, and the Coney Island Jockey Club in partnership with Cornelius Vanderbilt. Father of Jennie, Clara and Leonie Jerome. Grandfather of Winston Churchill.