Art: Independents

For some years Malcolm Jameson, one-time chief draftsman in the U. S. Navy, felt that his present occupation of insurance salesman did not give him a full emotional outlet. At loss for a hobby, he purchased a large wooden salad bowl, heated the tip of an icepick red hot and traced on the bowl a map which he tastefully tinted with Mercurochrome. A group of Mr. Jameson's salad bowls, which he prefers to call "Segmaps," were on view in Manhattan's Grand Central Palace last week, priced at $100 to $300.

Pierre J. Martin, a...

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