Art: Carnegie Germs

Fifteen thousand dollars dropped from the treasury of the Carnegie Corporation last week as the germ of a series of Carnegie Summer Art Centers, traveling lectureships, scholarships at universities throughout the country. Two-thirds of the germ landed at Harvard where instructors and graduate students from 20 U. S. colleges will attend lectures in the new Fogg Art Museum given by bushy-mustached George Harold Edgell, dean of the Harvard School of Architecture and dapper Paul Joseph Sachs, associate director of the Fogg Museum, brother of Banker Walter Edward (Goldman) Sachs.

The remaining $5,000...

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