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Clayton Fritchey was born on 30 June, 1904, is a journalist. Discover Clayton Fritchey's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 119 years old?

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Age 119 years old
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 30 June 1904
Birthday 30 June
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Clayton Fritchey Net Worth

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In 1975, he married Mary Ellis "Polly" (née Knowles) Wisner ( Pensacola - July 9, 2002, Georgetown), a Washington, D.C. socialite and Georgetown hostess whose first husband Frank Wisner was close friends with The Washington Post publisher Philip Graham and his wife Katharine Graham.


Clayton Fritchey was active in the circles of Washington's power and politics. The New York Times noted in 1981 that he introduced Jimmy Carter in 1976 to the Washington political intellectuals at his home at an event that had many in that circle attending including Sol Linowitz and Senator Gaylord Nelson. The Times also noted that Jimmy Carter did not build on these contacts.


Fritchey served as presidential candidate Adlai Stevenson's press secretary in the 1952 and 1956. Stevenson later called upon Fritchey to serve at the United Nations as director of public affairs for the United States Mission to the United Nations. He served at that post from 1961 until Stevenson died in 1965.


He was editor of the New Orleans Item when George C. Marshall asked him to become the Assistant Secretary of Public Affairs in 1950. He served as Assistant to the Secretary of Defense and Director of the Office of Public Information, Dept. of Defense, 1950–52; Assistant to the President of the United States, 1952 (President Harry Truman); and Deputy Chairman of the Democratic National Committee, 1953-57. During that time Fritchey was also the chief editor for The Democratic Digest, the monthly publication of the Democratic National Committee along with managing editor Sam Brightman and senior editor Philip M. Stern.


Clayton Fritchey (June 30, 1904 — January 23, 2001) was an American journalist who spent many years in public service.

Clayton Fritchey was born in 1904 in Bellefontaine, Ohio. At the age of 2 he moved to Baltimore.