Art: Radio City

Covered by a wet cloth at night, patted, scraped and moulded by day, a huge mass of modeler's clay on a draughting table in the offices of Todd, Robertson & Todd, Manhattan engineers, was slowly taking form last week as the preliminary sketch model of a gigantic group of buildings. Reporters realizing that this mass of clay will soon evolve into a $250,000,000 development, probably the largest, most important single architectural project ever undertaken in New York, clamored for latest details.

Last year John D. Rockefeller Jr. obtained on long term lease from...

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