Art: Gingerbread House

Dean George Harold Edgell of the Harvard Faculty of Architecture used to say that one good result of the persistence of U. S. architects in imitating traditional styles was that an art student could find an excellent example of every style of architecture known to man within 50 miles of New York. Until last week, however, the questing art student could not have found a proper Hans Andersen Gingerbread House. This omission has been rectified through a union of the talents of Joseph Urban, globular Viennese Architect and stage setter, and the...

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