People, Feb. 19, 1940

Daughter to one John Pierpont Morgan, sister to another, looking like both, Anne Morgan, head of the American Friends of France, told a Manhattan interviewer: "I live on a trust fund [$3,000,000] and I happen to have confidence in my brother. He handles all of my business. I wouldn't know how to manage my own affairs."

At his first "press conference," five-month-old Harold Ickes Jr., spit-&-image son of the Secretary of the Interior, posed for photographers (see cut), was irreverently labeled by newsmen "Young Ick" and "Scion of Sass." Shy, serious, six-foot David...

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