Heiress known to be the little girl of U.S. Senator William A. Clark. She was a notorious recluse who spent twenty years in clinics and passed away at age 104, abandoning a fortune approximated at $300 million. She was created in Paris and afterwards attended Spence College in Manhattan, NY. Following her loss of life, her vast lot of money became the main topic of an extended legal combat among her family members, with a lot of it eventually getting donated to charity. She was wedded to Princeton School law pupil William MacDonald Gower from 1928 to 1930. Among her many beneficial possessions had been paintings by esteemed performers like Claude Monet.