Art: Greenwich Woodcarvers

For 25 years Greenwich House has given to the Italians in the Village all that they have known of cultural development, health, recreation. There are more than 26 thousand a year who take advantage of the music school, baby clinics and nursery, arts, drama, dancing, made possible by the original and continued efforts of Mary Kingsbury Simkhovitch, director.

Last week the Greenwich House, Manhattan, Workshops opened, a workshop where Italian boys are apprenticed in the old tradition to a master cabinet maker—Nicola Famiglietti, once of Naples. In the little house on Jones Street, designed by Delano & Aldrich, architects for Greenwich House...

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