Art: Chalk & Talk

Briand and Borah; Clémenceau, Chesterton and Clemens; Stresemann and Stimson; Poincare and Pershing; Masaryk, Mussolini, MacDonald and Mellon —they were all of them to be seen last week in the library of Manhattan's fastidious Pynson Printers, most of them in chalk, Mark Twain and Abraham Lincoln in lithograph. Had it not been withdrawn for reproduction on the cover of this issue of TIME, the crayon likeness of Charles Evans Hughes would also have appeared.

The occasion was an exhibition of work by Samuel Johnson Woolf, frequent TIME...

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