Art: Spaniards in Brooklyn

Almost finished last week was one of the most worthy Work Relief jobs undertaken in New York City, the remodeling and landscaping of the Brooklyn Museum. Because the Department of Buildings demanded bigger & better exits for a building through which pass 1,000,000 visitors a year, Relief labor was set to work last spring tearing down a useless monumental stairway, turning a badly designed auditorium into a new entrance hall and special exhibition rooms. Both were sufficiently advanced last week for museum authorities to mail out...

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