People, Feb. 6, 1933

"Names make news." Last week these names made this news:

Mrs. Marion Cleveland Amen reminisced to a New York World-Telegram reporter: "It is possible for a baby to have a normal life in the White House, but it means quite a struggle for the White House mother. . . . My sister Esther [Mrs. W. S. B. Bosanquet of Marton-in-Cleveland, England] really was the White House baby. . . . It was she who was always eating the fancy soap in the baths that were a novelty even in the White House. She was just...

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