Anne Tracy Morgan was the daughter of the most powerful financier in America's history, J.P. Morgan. Born on July 25, 1873, Anne Morgan grew up on her family's New York estate, and was schooled at home and in private schools. As an adult, Morgan used her family's wealth and connections to bring attention to the women's suffrage movement and the plight of lower class immigrant workers. Her efforts helped advance women's rights and change labor laws. Learn more with this resource from American Experience: "Triangle Fire."