Hillary Clinton Honored at Woodrow Wilson Center

At the Woodrow Wilson Center dinner, the center’s head, Jane Harman, and IMF chief Christine Lagarde present
the group’s Public Service award to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Photograph by Jeff Martin.

The couple of the hour, French ambassador Francois Delattre and his wife, Sophie Delattre. The biggest party of
the weekend—and maybe the year—takes place at their home on Saturday night. Photograph by Jeff Martin.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, looking happy and having some fun. Photograph by Jeff Martin.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, inching toward her seat between Senator Susan Collins and good friend Vernon
Jordan.
Photograph by Jeff Martin.

Hillary Clinton talked foreign policy while guests in the audience at the Wilson Center dinner wondered if she’d
reveal any future plans. She didn’t, except for saying when she leaves office she will have traveled more than one million
miles as Secretary of State.
Photograph by Jeff Martin.

Vernon Jordan charms a guest. Photograph by Jeff Martin.

Gina Adams, St. Vincent and Grenadines ambassador La Celia Prince and St. Kitts and Nevis ambassador Jacinth Henry-Martin. Photograph by Jeff Martin.

What did Buffy Cafritz see? Or was it something Finlay Lewis said? It was that kind of party at the Four Seasons
Hotel Thursday night, honoring Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Photograph by Jeff Martin.

Journalist Walter Pincus and radio host Diane Rehm. Photograph by Jeff Martin.

It’s my party, and I’ll enjoy it if I want to. Jane Harman left Congress to become head of the Woodrow Wilson International
Center for Scholars. She hosted Thursday’s dinner at the Four Seasons, where Secretary of State Hillary Clinton received the
Center’s Public Service award. Harman and Clinton are long-time friends.
Photograph by Jeff Martin.

Jane Harman, Buffy Cafritz, and Willee Lewis. Photograph by Jeff Martin.

Senator John Kerry makes a point. Guests listen. Photograph by Jeff Martin.

Congressman John Dingell, who has represented Michigan’s 15th District for 29 full terms. Photograph by Jeff Martin.

Ardent democrat Melissa Moss. Photograph by Jeff Martin.

Just arriving at the party, Amy Nathan and husband Howard Fineman. To the left are British ambassador Peter Westmacott
and his wife, Susie Nemazee.
Photograph by Jeff Martin.

British ambassador Peter Westmacott was one of dozens of ambassadors who came out to honor Secretary of State Hillary
Clinton. He’s listening to CNN’s Wolf Blitzer.
Photograph by Jeff Martin.

John Reilly greets Burundi ambassador Angele Niyuhire. Photograph by Jeff Martin.

Japanese ambassador Ichiro Fujisaki with the president of Boeing International, Shephard Hill. Photograph by Jeff Martin.

IMF head Christine Lagarde, who arrived using a cane due to recent knee surgery. Photograph by Jeff Martin.

Fred Malek engages with former GOP presidential candidate Jon Huntsman and his wife, Mary Kaye. Photograph by Jeff Martin.

Party over, Hillary heads home. Photograph by Jeff Martin.

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