People: People, Apr. 21, 1941

On a zooming 15-minute visit to the Press Photographers' show in Manhattan, Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt stopped to admire a large portrait. Asked a knowing guide: "Do you recognize him?" Surveying the picture of Wendell Willkie, she responded: "Oh yes, I remember him well."

Dark, dashing, Mayfairy M.P. Alec Stratford Cunningham-Reid spent the first year of the war shepherding refugee British children between Doris Duke Cromwell's New Jersey, Rhode Island, North Carolina and Hawaiian estates. Last autumn, after criticism in his constituency got pretty hot, he went home. Last week, he filed suit...

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