Education: Horrible! Vile!

Last week the Los Angeles school board was in a noteworthy dither of excitement over a mural which could be seen by anyone who cared to peek under a cheesecloth curtain in the entrance hall of the Frank Wiggins Trade School. The painting is the work of Leo Katz, a Viennese artist originally brought to the U. S. by Banker Frank Arthur Vanderlip to paint the Vanderlip family. Artist Katz started the mural as a PWA project, finished it on his own time, working nights, Saturdays, Sundays. Like Rivera and Orozco, he drew...

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