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                        Allen ALLEN, Maryon Pittman, (wife of James Browning Allen), a Senator from Alabama; born Maryon Pittman in Meridian, Lauderdale County, Miss., November 30, 1925; moved to Birmingham, Ala., 1926; educated in the public schools of Birmingham; attended the University of Alabama; journalist, editor, writer, and lecturer; appointed chairwoman of the Blair House Fine Arts Commission by President Gerald R. Ford 1974; appointed on June 8, 1978, as a Democrat to the United States Senate to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, James B. Allen, and served from June 8, 1978, to November 7, 1978; unsuccessful candidate for renomination to the unexpired term ending January 3, 1981; columnist for The Washington Post 1978-1981; public relations and advertising director for C.G. Sloan & Co., an antique and auction firm; owner, Maryon Allen Company (restoration/design), Birmingham; was a resident of Birmingham, Ala., until her death on July 23, 2018.

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Senator 01/03/1977 01/03/1979 Senate AL
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