Arts: Arts Notes, Apr. 1, 1929

Goodhue. Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue, famed U.S. architect and black-and-white draughtsman, died in 1924. He was 55, in the noon of his genius. His most striking work is the massive Nebraska State Capitol, with its tall domed tower and carved prairie legends. His most startling deed was the placing of a dollar sign in stone above the bridal door of fashionable St. Thomas's Church in Manhattan. Last week, in Manhattan's Chapel of the Intercession, which he also designed, Architect Goodhue's memorial tomb was dedicated. Art Critic Royal Cortissoz of Manhattan and Architect Milton Bennett...

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