Art: U. S. Illustrators

Last week was an active week for U. S. illustrators. At its club house on Manhattan's West 24th Street, the big happy family known as the Society of Illustrators neared the end of a month of sober lectures by technicians including non-illustrators Yasuo Kuniyoshi and Reginald Marsh. At the swank Park Lane its members reveled until dawn in gay costume at their annual "Bal Scramboree." And at the Grand Central Fifth Avenue Art Galleries the society put on its 37th annual exhibition, prefaced by a defensive program note. "These men are first-class craftsmen...

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