People: People, Mar. 10, 1941

Two experts on the U. S. hinterland set sail for South America to interpret themselves (and the U. S. hinterland) to Latins. Grizzled Author Sherwood Anderson (Home Town) headed for Chile; eager, pink-cheeked Novelist-Playwright Thornton Wilder (Our Town) expected to fill lecture-appointments under State Department auspices in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru.

Preparing to leave on a Caribbean holiday, the young John A. Roosevelts arranged to leave their baby, Haven, at the White House. As recorded by his sister, Mrs. Anna Roosevelt Boettiger, in her Seattle newspaper column, telephone negotiations were conducted with President Roosevelt...

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