Arts: Light in Los Angeles

Southern California, scene of the mighty creative labors of Screenland, is not notable for cultivation of the more modest arts and crafts. Walter Conrad Arensberg, one of the quietest and most discriminating U. S. collectors of modern art, has said that in Hollywood he enjoys the most perfect vacuum America can produce. A symbol of this condition has long been the Los Angeles Museum of History, Science and Art. Supported by the County of Los Angeles, it has boasted a beautiful lawn, a superb collection...

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