Daisy PoLK deBuyer - Mimeure
Born: St. Louis Missouri April 23, 1874
Died: Paris, France January 22, 1963
Daisy probably @ 1886
An accomplished violinist - 16-18 years old
Passport Photo 1909
American Women's Committee CRB 1914
Passport Photo 1914
San Francisco 1915
Picture from the General's private collection. He took this from his office when Daisy first visited him.
Prefect Mirman (the "governor" of Meurthe & Moselle) escorting Daisy from the Mayors Office to the Church.
Le General and Madame "La General"
Daisy and the General. The woman on her right with the gloves is Ethel Mary Crocker. Her fiance flew overhead in his biplane and dropped flowers.
Writing in 1920
Mid 1940's when she was hosting bridge parties and active in the Passy Sewing Circle.
From the DeBuyers photos of their Tante in late 1950's
Armistice Day 1962. Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Awards and decorations
Copy of her Chevalier commendation from the Legion of Honor
Her Reconnaissance Medal
Her marriage certificate
Willis Webb Polk
Endemial Josephine (EJ) Drane Polk
Willis Jefferson Polk
Daisy and Endie Polk
Alice Grimm Polk
Alice Polk Kegley
General Robert L M J De Buyer-Mimeure
Dan with Banjo
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