Natural Art and Fine Art met, last week, in sunny congress on a California hilltop at the western terminus of the Lincoln Highway, overlooking the burnished haze of San Francisco. There stands California's memorial to her War dead, the Palace of the Legion of Honor, an edifice filled with many treasures, including the life of Joan of Arc in Gobelin tapestries, gift of France.

Within the palace and in the surrounding gardens were placed, last week, some 1,200 images carved by 300 sculptors. Largest show of its kind in U. S. history, it was...

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