Art: Spare Time

The leisure of which U. S. architects have had so much lately was put to good use last week. In Manhattan, for the benefit of unemployed draughtsmen, a first Architects Hobby Show was held in Knoedler's Gallery, which usually devotes its chaste walls to the very expensive output of the French Impressionists. It cost $1 to see what famed architects do in their spare time.

It was immediately apparent that Walter Damrosch's onetime son-in-law, Architect Pleasants Pennington, raises pigeons. A bamboo aviary of them (built in spare time by Architect Mogens Tvede), surrounded by...

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