"Shirley Grant (above) has replaced Betty Gow as the nurse of two-year-old Jon Morrow Lindbergh, son of Col. and Mrs. Charles A. Lindbergh. Miss Grant is the daughter of the caretaker of the Morrow estate at North Haven, Me., where the child is spending the summer."
See also page 194 from Anne Lindbergh's Locked Rooms and Open Doors:
"Betty is gone and Shirley Grant is helping me with Jon."
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