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 - Many Pictures Reported Sold at Hoosier Salon HY...
Many Pictures Reported Sold at Hoosier Salon HY LCCIIXE E. SIOREHOfSE. Having Just returned from Chicago, 1 am saturated with the Hoosier salon. The big show filled five galleries of the Marshall Field & Co. store. For months !!a sponsors, the Daughters of Indiana, Indiana, a club of 150 or mora Chicago women who were born in Indiana, had given their time and thought to the movement. AndI am sure that our artists who went to Chicago and thej: were a goodly number came nway with their hearts full of gratitude gratitude for that group of faithful women who stood at their posts through the rntire scheduled time. Whfn I dropped-in dropped-in dropped-in at the galleries for the last time, Wednesday afternoon, afternoon, I was told that twenty-one twenty-one twenty-one pictures pictures had been sold and more prize money had been given. About fifty young women from Purdue university, tinder the chaperonage of Miss Mary Matthews, professor in the department of domestic science, had visited the salon in the morning and were to remain remain in Chicago for two days. Another Prize Announced, On Purdue day another award was announced. The prize was $100 given by the Purdue Alumni Association of Chicago to Mrs. John Weaver for her life-sized life-sized life-sized portrait of John T. McCut-cheon, McCut-cheon, McCut-cheon, noted cartoonist, who received his degree, B. S., from Purdue in 189. Mrs. Weaver was formerly Miss Margarita Weigele of a well-known well-known well-known Lafayette family. She took her art training In the John Herron art school. After her marriage she lived in Indianapolis Indianapolis for some time. Her portraiture portraiture has been displayed In the Indiana Indiana annuals at the Herron art institute, institute, t'pon removal to Chicago, Mrs. Weaver studied in the Chicago art institute and later had additional study of portrait painting in Paris. The awards of the "popular" prize of $"JflO will be announced at the close of th salon after .the visitors' votes

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  1. The Indianapolis Star,
  2. 22 Mar 1925, Sun,
  3. Page 5

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