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For THE NATONAL CYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY - James T. White & Co., Publishers, New York -4- WHITNEY, G.V. Sculptors; National Institute of Social Sciences, International Historical Society; National Arts Club, and the Cosmopolitan and Colony clubs. She was married at Newport, R.I., Aug. 25, 1896, to Harry Payne Whitney, and has three children: Flora Payne; Cornelius Vanderbilt and Barbara Whitney.
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