Art: Wrightites v. Chicago

Because Frank Lloyd Wright of Spring Green, Wis. has not been appointed to the commission of architects that is designing Chicago's Century of Progress Exposition for 1933,earnest esthetes gathered in Manhattan auditoriums three nights in succession last week to thumb their long intelligent noses at the Commission,-to honor the man they consider the greatest living architect. Architect Wright, who has never considered bashfulness a blessing, presided like a benign deity over all three meetings: at the University Club, at Town Hall, at the New School for Social Research.

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