People: Postscripts & Afterthoughts

"For my money, Mickey Mouse is really the only true art that has come out of Hollywood," said Maurice Evans during a radio discussion with Eleanor Roosevelt. Mrs. Roosevelt, in turn, recalled another ardent admirer: "My husband always loved Mickey Mouse and we always had to have it in the White House."

A shy, studious young man of 18 taking beginners' climbs on the easy trails of Yosemite with the Stanford University Alpine Club but otherwise inconspicuous and unnoticed among 7,400 students, was rounding out his freshman year: Jon Morrow Lindbergh, eldest of five...

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