Famous People Who Died on October 9
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Clare Boothe Luce
Diplomat, Journalist, Playwright / 1903 - 1987Clare Boothe Luce was a socialite who satirized New York society, wrote plays, worked as a war correspondent for Life, and served as an ambassador to Italy.
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