Katharine Graham’s Shoe Size and Body Measurements

Katharine Graham Shoe Size

Biography

Katharine Graham’s measurements are seen below, including shoe size, height and weight!

American publisher who ran The Washington Post for more than twenty years and oversaw the coverage of the Watergate scandal.

She attended Vassar College and later transferred to the University of Chicago. Her family bought the Post in 1933, and she began working there in 1938.

Her memoir, Personal History, was published in 1997 and she won a Pulitzer Prize for it.

She was married to Philip Graham from 1940 to 1963, and they had four children.

She was a longtime personal friend of entrepreneur Warren Buffett.

Body Measurements Table

All body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.

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Quotes

I adopted the assumption of many of my generation that women were intellectually inferior to men, that we were not capable of governing, leading, managing anything but our homes and our children.

Katharine Graham

My mother seemed to undermine so much of what I did, subtly belittling my choices and my activities in light of her greater, more important ones.

Katharine Graham

There are some things the general public does not need to know and shouldn’t. I believe democracy flourishes when the government can take legitimate steps to keep its secrets, and when the press can decide whether to print what it knows.

Katharine Graham

Although at the time I didn’t realize what was happening, I was unable to make a decision that might displease those around me. For years, whatever directive I may have issued ended with the phrase, ‘If it’s all right with you.’ If I thought I’d done anything to make someone unhappy, I’d agonize.

Katharine Graham

I didn’t really want deadlines and editorial work. I wanted something mechanical and eight hours a day. So I went to work, thinking it was easy – ha, ha – on the complaint desk at the circulation department.

Katharine Graham

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