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From her earliest years, she was a generous, outgoing and enthusiastic person of drive and great optimism. Her career began in 1939 when she learned of the devastation and isolation of Great Britain in the early years of World War II. She took the train to Washington, D.C. to ask the British Ambassador, Lord Lothian, what Britain needed that ordinary Americans could supply.
The outcome was that Lord and Lady Malcolm together created The American-Scottish Foundation, Inc. in 1956, to strengthen the historic ties between Scotland and the United States in all areas -- educational, cultural, social, genealogical, philanthropic, scientific and economic.
Lord Malcolm was killed in an air crash on Mt. Cameroon, in July 1964.
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