Art: Doll Architecture

To raise money for unemployed draughtsmen, New York architects have held progressive cocktail parties, poker games, exhibited their hobbies. Chicago architects held a studio ball with a nude young woman, at $1 a look, as one sideshow (TIME, Feb. 22 et seq.). Recently the decorous firm of Delano & Aldrich thought of a new one.

William Adams Delano and Chester Holmes Aldrich specialize in Georgian mansions and clubhouses, at present the most depressed branch of the depressed profession of architecture. The firm's draughtsmen must not only draw but make models for their...

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