Art: Lord & Leggers

A cable from London last week made Chicagoans belatedly aware of a new work of art right in their midst. Newshawks shouldered their cameras and hurried out to the Glencoe home of James M. R. Glaser of Rosenbaum Bros, (grain brokers).* In his private bar was a large mural panel entitled The History of Bootlegging. In vaguely Riveraesque manner it showed the familiar figure of Al Capone with a blowsy blonde on the arm of his chair, five scowling henchmen, machine gunners, trucks, planes, motor boats, and the silhouetted figures of couples dancing...

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