Lucy Moulthrop Alexander Winchester was the White House Social Secretary from 1969 through 1974. The Social Secretary and
her staff were in charge of arranging and coordinating all social functions in the White House, whether or not the President
or a member of the First Family actually participated in the event. This included the creation of guest lists, sending out
and receiving invitations, scheduling entertainment and overseeing the general progress of the event. The Social Secretary
worked in close coordination with numerous White House staff offices, including the domestic and security staffs, the President's
and First Lady's appointments offices, military/social aides, military music groups and the Social Office. She also worked
with ministers, entertainers, the State Department, and other government agencies.
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