Satterlee Herbert L. J. Pierpont Morgan. Macmillan. 1959.
Schriftgiesser Karl. The Amazing Roosevelt Family. Funk. 1942.
-----. Families. Howell Soskin. 1940.
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Stevenson Elizabeth. Henry Adams. Macmillan. 1955,
Tallant Robert. The Romantic New Orleanians. Dutton. 1953.
Tanner Louise. Here Today. Crowell. 1959.
Tebbel John. An American Dynasty. Doubleday. 1947.
-----. The Marshall Fields. Dutton. 1947.
-----. The Life and Good Times of William Randolph Hearst. Dutton. 1952.
Townsend Reginald T. Mother of Clubs. Union Club. 1936.
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Wertenbaker T. J. The First Americans. Macmillan. 1927.
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Winkler John K. The Du Pont Dynasty. Reynal and Hitchcock. 1935.
-----. Tobacco Tycoon. Random. 1942.
-----. W. R. Hearst. Simon & Schuster. 1928.
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Abbett, E. Marie, 140
Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy,96
Acorn Club, 218
Adams (family), 42, 47, 53, 100-101, 254, 266 ff., 284, 304, 315, 351, 518
Arthur, 100 ff.
Brooks, 267, 270, 273, 274
Charles Francis, 255, 267, 270, 272, 273
Charles Francis II, 267, 274
Charles Francis III, 278-279
Charles Francis IV, 279
Deacon John, 268-269
Mrs. Susanna Boyleston, 269
Edward Shield, 391
Henry, 267, 270, 272 ff.
Mrs. Marian Hooper, 267, 277
James Truslow, 43, 268, 270, 278
John, 31, 63, 64, 75, 266, 267, 268, 269- 270, 304, 309, 311, 328
Mrs. Abigail Smith, 269, 270, 271
John Payson, 493
Mrs. Muriel Vanderbilt Church Phelps, 493
John Quincy, 263, 266, 267, 270-272, 317, 328, 345
Mrs. Louisa Catherine Johnson, 271
John Quincy II, 273
Joseph, 268
Maude, 222
Sam, 266, 269, 308
Sherman, 279
Addams, Jane, 51
Adlerberg, Vava, 183
After All,21
Age of Innocence, The,26
Aiken, S. C., 503
Aiken (family), 283
Ak-Sar-Ben Ball, 227-278
Albany, N. Y., 317, 429, 443, 449
Albemarle, Va., 86
Albert of Belgium, 108

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