(1903-1987) US journalist, playwright, and politician. She was managing editor of Vanity Fair magazine 1933–34, and wrote several successful plays, including The Women 1936 and Margin for Error 1940, both of which were made into films. She served as a Republican member of Congress 1943–47 and as ambassador to Italy 1953–57.
She was born in New York and married Time, Inc founder Henry Robinson Luce in 1935.
(1898-1967) US publisher, founder of Time, Inc, which publishes the weekly news magazine Time 1923, the business magazine Fortune 1930, the pictorial magazine Life 1936, and the sports magazine Sports Illustrated 1954. He married Clare Boothe Luce in 1935.
Born of missionary parents in Tengchow, China, Luce was educated at Yale and Oxford universities. Other publications of Time, Inc include House and Home, Architectural Forum, and Time-Life Books.