Lally Weymouth

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Elizabeth Morris "Lally" Graham Weymouth (born 3 July 1943) is an American journalist who served as a senior editor of Newsweek magazine, during her family's ownership of the publication.She is an heir to the Washington Post media fortune, whose properties formerly included Newsweek.

Life and career

She is the only daughter of Katharine Graham and Philip Graham, both of whom were publishers of the Post. She attended The Madeira School and Radcliffe College. She is the sister of Donald Graham, the Washington Post Company's chief executive officer, and the mother of Katharine Weymouth, the newspaper's publisher. The company owned Newsweek from 1961 - 2010.

Lally Weymouth graduated from Radcliffe College at Harvard University with a degree in American History and Literature.

She married architect Yann R. Weymouth (older brother of Tina Weymouth, bass player for the rock band Talking Heads) in 1964; The groom was an architect who worked for I.M. Pei in the 1960s (he was the co-architect of Pei's East Wing for the National Gallery of Art) and is presently the creative director of the architecture firm Hellmuth, Obata and Kassabaum. The couple had two daughters, Katharine and Pamela, before divorcing in 1971.

She was quoted by Jamie Kabler, in "The Andy Warhol Diaries", as having said to Ronald Reagan Jr. in 1980 regarding his...
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