WOMEN: Junior League

In Manhattan last week 400 young women made a polite but determined entrance into a room on the 22nd floor of the Hotel Barbizon. They were dressed in their anxious best. They were members of the Junior League of America and they were visiting their new national headquarters.

The room they saw modernistically designed by Junior Leaguer Mrs. George Draper is bright, undeniably attractive. Rubber plants and Venetian blinds somehow suggest Bermuda, California. There are white-washed walls, blue carpets, orange velvet chairs. From the windows the Junior Leaguers gazed rhapsodically on Manhattan's...

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