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Mimsi Harbach, 87; former wife, partner of columnist George Frazier

Mimsi Harbach, when she was married to George Frazier, from 'Another Man's Poison,' by Charles Fountain. Mimsi Harbach, when she was married to George Frazier, from "Another Man's Poison," by Charles Fountain.
By Gloria Negri
Globe Staff / June 27, 2008

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In New York City in the 1940s, George and Mimsi Frazier were the Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald of their day. The couple even looked the part of the darling madcaps of the 1920s, he, a handsome, elegantly dressed Harvard man; she, a beautiful and smart young woman who could stand up to, as well as stand by, her man. (Full article: 865 words)

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