He was the Apostolic Delegate to the USA from 1933 to 1959. He was born in 1883. He had an older brother, Gaetano, who was born in 1881. Not only did both men enter the priesthood, but they both became cardinals. Gaetano Cicognani was elevated to the cardinalate in 1953, his younger brother five years later in 1958, an exception to canon law, which forbids brothers of living cardinals to become cardinals was well. This law might be a bit obsolete, because it sounds like it is from the time when nepotism and simony were practiced a bit too diligently at the curia. I don't see why nowadays two brothers couldn't be cardinals at the same time, if they are the right men for the job.
I love this last photo. The little train-bearer is just having so much fun.