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 - for their favorite picture In the exhibition...
for their favorite picture In the exhibition exhibition have been counted. Mrs. Ada Walter Khulz of Nashville for her charminp child figure composition. composition. "Paul and Dorothy," was awarded awarded ?."i0, given by Lucius Tester, head of child welfare work in Chicago, who stipulated that the prize go to a child subject. Kichmond Man Gets Award. A prize of $100, given by Mrs. Howard Howard tjpaulding Jr. of Chicago and Michigan City, who wished to honor a resident artist who had received his entire training in Indiana, who is doing doing good landscape work and who had not yet received a salon award, went to George H. Baker of Richmond for his big snow scene, "A Clear Winter Day," one of three large Indiana landscapes landscapes displayed by Mr. Baker. A $50 prize, won by R. L. Selfrldge for his Provincetown scene, "Cape Cod, Boats," was given by young girls, who are daughters of the Daughters. Another large money award, given directly by a group of Chicago men who did not single out n. picture but pave to express their appreciation of the man, went to T. C. Steele when the Indiana Alumni Association in Chicago made a gift of $ir). Another award, as a mark of appreciation, went to John Elwood Bundy of Richmond Richmond when the Kerlham Alumni As sociation In Chicago gave him a beautiful beautiful Persian rug for his studio, In order that no names bi! omitted from the published list of prize winners, winners, the following are listed as constituting constituting the entire number who received received awards at the hands of the Jury: Eugene Savage, Wayman Adams, Simon P. Baus, Robert Grnfton, Charles W. Dahlgreen, Charles Helffel, Dorothy Morlan, Edward T. Gritrware, Paul Hadley, J. U. McKee. Hugh Poe. Laura A. Fry, William Forsyth, William William Clusmann, Frederick Polley, (laar Williams, Chic Jackson, Harold Gray, Helen M. Goodwin, Theodore Larsh, L. O. Griffith, Lucie Hartrath, T. C. Steele, Murry Wlckard, Francis Brown, Lucy Taggart, Randolph La-Salle La-Salle La-Salle Cont, Maude Kaufman Egge-nieyer. Egge-nieyer. Egge-nieyer. Will Vawter, Louise K. Zaring, .1. E. Bundy, J. Ottis Adams, Otto Stark and G. Ames Aldrlch. , Kntertalnment Provided. l Aside from the dally social affairs that had been arranged by the Daughters Daughters for visiting artists, members of thdr families and their friends, there were a number of luncheon and dinner parties among the different groups, which afforded an opportunity to ive places that are not open to the public. Mrs. Adolph fihulz of Brown rounty and Miss Lucie Hartrath, Chicago

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

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