Art: Milwaukee's Guth

With their hats in their hands, 100 architects, art students and earnest souls tittuped round the Milwaukee Art Institute last week looking at photographs, blueprints and elevations of what a commission of three Chicago architects considered Milwaukee's greatest architectural monuments. Shepherding the Pilgrims round the gallery was a Milwaukee architect, Alexander Carl Guth, who was expected to say a few words of appreciation. Alexander C. Guth. secretary of the Wisconsin chapter of the American Institute of Architects, recent ardent convert to modernism, said a few words to set Milwaukee conservatives' hair acurl....

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