A plaster version of this portrait is owned by the New-York Historical Society (1951.457).
The youngest of Pierpont Morgan's four children, Anne Morgan was a champion of women's rights, publishing in 1915 The American Girl: Her Education, Her Responsibility, Her Recreation, Her Future. She also founded and led the American Committee for Devastated France, a volunteer civilian organization that documented the destruction and raised money to help the French rebuild in the aftermath of the First World War. This bust was created by the celebrated portraitist Malvina Hoffman, who considered Morgan her "devoted and never-failing friend" and frequent collaborator. The sculptor executed the bronze bust in 1937, during Anne Morgan's presidency of the American Women's Association (1928-43).
Bust of Anne [Tracy?] Morgan