Education: Morrow for Neilson

Mrs. Elizabeth Reeve Cutter Morrow, widow of onetime Ambassador to Mexico and U. S. Senator Dwight Whitney Morrow, is small, dainty and a poet. Nevertheless, during the World War she organized the first U. S. women's (relief) unit to go to France. When her late husband ran for the Senate from New Jersey she stumped the State for him. When her grandson, Charles Augustus Lindbergh Jr., was kidnapped and murdered, she was a tower of strength to her family's morale, later stood guard over Grandson Jon Morrow Lindbergh. Last week, at 66, dainty-sturdy...

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