Art: Black Prizes

The Harmon Foundation is a philanthropic corporation established by the late William E. Harmon (real estate) in 1922, not only to aid mankind but to impress his children with their social responsibilities by making them permanent and active directors. The Foundation has built 118 playgrounds throughout the country, made 5,000 loans to college students, produced 75 reels of religious motion pictures, established awards for Honor Men in industry, Eagle Scouts, newspaper cartoonists, South Carolina farm wives. For the fifth year last week the Harmon Foundation gave a New York exhibition and distributed...

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