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Dwight W. Morrow. Center, introducing J. Reuben Clark, Jr. , left, to President Ortiz Rubio of Mexico at a Fourth of July celebration. Courtesy of the Library of Congress (LC-USZ62-113166).


Morrow, Dwight Whitney (11 January 1873–05 October 1931), investment banker, diplomat, and senator, was born in Huntington, West Virginia, the son of James Elmore Morrow, a mathematics teacher and school principal, and Clara Johnson. Dwight Morrow grew up in a close-knit and intellectually active family, which possessed all the virtues of “right-minded” Presbyterianism, yet was perennially short of money. He was a frail and sickly child who compensated for his diminutive size through precocity of intelligence and tenacity....