Last week was a fecund week for those who work in bronze, in marble. Two monuments and two tablets were unveiled; four new memorial projects were announced.

In Manhattan, Miss Marina Hoffman finished an heroic group, two figures, representing England and the U. S., to adorn the facade of Bush House* in London. The statues, when erected in stone, will be twelve feet high. Each figure rests his arms on a shield bearing the coat-of-arms of his country. England's attitude is one of authority and experience,...

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