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    Junior League of America Regional Art Exhibition, Region 2

    • Dates: April 12, 1935 through April 28, 1935
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    • The Art Exhibition of Region II of the Association of .Junior Leagues of America, was opened Friday afternoon, April 12, at the Brooklyn Museum by Mrs. Helen Appelton Read with her lecture “The Artist Descends from His Ivory Tower." Mr. Philip N. Youtz, Director of the Brooklyn Museum, and Mr. Edwin H. Thatcher, Commissioner of Buildings in the Borough of Brooklyn, also spoke. Miss Althea McCammon, President of the .Junior League of Brooklyn. introduced the speakers of the afternoon.
      Among the visiting delegates to the exhibition were:

      Mrs. E. C. MacVeagh, New York
      Mrs. Philip Hofer, New York
      Miss Mary M. Parsons, New York
      Mrs. Edward Keat, Jr., Binghamton
      Mrs. Charles Quillamn, Binghampton
      Mrs. Richmond Meyer, Poughkeepsie
      Mrs. Everett L. Sweet, Poughkeepsie
      Mrs. James E. Neighbore, Poughkeepsie
      Mrs. R. George Kuser, Trenton
      Mrs. F. A. Krayer, Montclair
      Elizabeth Wales, Englewood
      Mrs. George T. Gretton, Trenton
      Mrs. J. Robert McNeil, Trenton
      Miss Sally Tattersall, Trenton
      Mrs. David Van Alstyne, Jr., Englewood, N.J.
      Mrs. Franklin R. Dorman, Englewood, N.J.
      Marian McComb, Montclair
      Katherine Webb, Montclair
      Ruth Voorhees, Plainfield
      Margaret Newman, Newark
      Carol Hinman, Orange
      Katina S. Leeb, Orange
      Mary S. Campbell, Elizabeth
      Jane Little Phillips, Rochester
      Mrs. Henry Bayard Clark, Elizabeth
      Jane Little Phillips, Rochester
      Mrs. Henry Bayard Clark, Elizabeth
      Anne Gaillard Baldwin, Elizabeth
      Mrs. Stuart Hawkes, Newark
      Joan Hay Rock, Newark
      Mrs. Donald Sinclair, Englewood
      Others present at the tea were
      Miss Emily Goetze
      Mrs. Robert Winslow
      Mrs. Carroll J. Dickson
      Mrs. Waldo McAttacheon McKee
      Mrs. Julian D. Fairchild
      Mrs. Frank E. Simmons
      Mrs. Theodore Fitz Randolph
      Mrs. W. Coverly Fischer
      Mrs. Gordon Thayer
      Miss Florence read
      Miss Arrietta Smith
      Miss Dorothy Johnson
      Mrs. Charles Liginston
      Mrs. Edward C. Thayer
      Mrs. James B. Clarke, Jr.
      Miss Mary Thayer
      Mrs. Katherine S. Pratt
      Mr. & Mrs. George S. Frank
      Mrs. John Dunlop
      Miss Frances Ryder
      Miss Marion Barnard
      Mrs. Merton Perry
      Miss Catherine Van Brunt
      Mrs. Chauncy Newkin
      Mrs. Edmund Drewson
      Miss Frances Simpson
      Miss Grace Ingraham
      Mrs. John H. Livingston
      Miss Ruth Hart
      Mrs. Prudence Gager
      Miss Gertrude Van Brunt
      Mrs. C. Stuart Gager
      Mrs. Gilbert Tlinkield
      Mrs. Ronald Hart
      Miss Harriet Cross
      Mrs. Harry W. Cross
      Mrs. Edward J. MacDonald
      Mrs. Frederick McCammon
      Miss Hanna T. Rose
      Mrs. Michelle Murphy
      Miss Isabel Spaulding
      Mr. John I.H. Baur
      Mr. Grant H. Code
      Mrs. Maxwell Lester
      Mrs. William H. Price
      Miss Nancy Humpstone
      Mrs. Wilson Holden
      Mrs. John Pogue
      Mrs. Cameron Duncan
      Miss Virgina Felter
      Miss Marjorie MacDonald
      Miss Julia English

      Brooklyn Museum Archives. Records of the Department of Public Information. Press releases, 1931 - 1936. 04-06_1935, 057. View Original

    • April 5, 1935: Members of the Junior League of Brooklyn will meet with officers of the Brooklyn Museum today, April 5, to judge entries in the Art Exhibition of Region II of the Association of Junior Leagues of America. The exhibition will be installed on the Fifth Floor of the Museum and will open with a reception and private view for members of the Junior League and guests on the afternoon of Friday April 12th. It will be open to the public the following day and will remain on view through Sunday Apri1 28th.

      The Judges for the exhibition are Mr. Philip N. Youtz, Director, Brooklyn Museums; Mr. Herbert B. Tschudy, Curator of Contemporary Art, Brooklyn Central Museum; Miss Elizabeth Haynes, Assistant Curator of American Rooms, Miss Maud Robinson of Greenwich House; Mr. C. Hamilton Preston of the New York School of Applied Arts and Mr. Charles Aiken, the painter.

      The arrangement committee for the Junior League Regional Art Exhibit is Florence Reed, (Chairman), Mrs. Merton Perry, Mrs. Ogden Pleissner, Mrs. John Livingston, Mrs. J. Russell Clarke, Jr., Mrs. Theodore Fitz-Randolph, Mrs. Coverly Fischer, Mrs. James Drain, Mrs. Robert Winslow, Frances Keech, Helen Tumbridge, Lois Thayer, Anna Corbett, Gertrude Van Brunt, Katherine Van Brunt, and Harriet Cross.

      Brooklyn Museum Archives. Records of the Department of Public Information. Press releases, 1931 - 1936. 04-06_1935, 041. View Original

    • April 9, 1935: The Association of Junior Leagues of America will display handiwork of members in the form of sculpture, tapestries, ceramics, oil painting, water colors, photographs, textiles, metal work and drawings in an exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum opening Friday, April 12th, with a reception and private view for members and guests. The exhibition represents Region II of the League, the Junior League of Brooklyn acting as hostess. Region II comprises the state of New Jersey and the state of New York, also the Province of Ontario, but the Province of Ontario will not be represented in this exhibition.

      Every league in Region II will send delegates to Brooklyn to discuss their local problems in the field of Arts and Interests. This showing acts as clearing house for the Art Exhibition of the National Conference to be held during May in San Francisco.

      Delegates will meet at a morning conference on April 12 at the home of Miss Arrietta Smith. The meeting will be presided over by Miss Olive M. Lyford, Sccretary of the Arts and Interests Department of the A.J.L.A. in the afternoon Miss Althea McCammon, President of the Brooklyn Junior League will greet the guests at 2:30.Mr. Philip N. Youtz, Director of the Brooklyn Museum, will speak. There will also be a lecture by Mrs. Helen Appleton Read, "The Artist Descends from His Ivory Tower."

      After Mrs. Read's talk the visiting delegates are invited to inspect classes in Arts and Crafts that League volunteers are conducting at the Museum. Following a review of the Exhibition tea will be served for the League Members and their guests.

      Miss Arrietta Smith, Chairman of the Arts and Interests Committee of the Junior League of Brooklyn, is in charge of the entire Exhibition. Assisting her are Miss Mary Thayer, Chairman of Entries, Miss Florence Read, Chairman of Arrangement, Mrs. W. Coverly Fischer, Chairman of Publicity, Mrs. Carroll J. Dickson, Chairman for the tea.

      The Sustaining Members of the Junior League of Brooklyn will be the hostesses at tea: Mrs. Otis S. Carroll, Mrs. William H. Cary, Mrs. Cameron Duncan, Mrs. Sumner Ford, Mrs. George S. Frank, Mrs. Robert B. Lea, Mrs. Maxwell Lester, Mrs. Robert W. Martin, Mrs. Edwin P. Maynard, Jr., Mrs. Christopher Meyer, Miss Helen Moorehead, Mrs. Sherley W. Morgan, Mrs. Charles F. Neergard, Mrs. William H. Price, Mrs.. Price, Mrs. S. Emlen Stokes, Mrs. Gordon C. Thayer, Mrs. John C. von Glahn.
      The exhibition will close April 19th.

      Brooklyn Museum Archives. Records of the Department of Public Information. Press releases, 1931 - 1936. 04-06_1935, 044-5. View Original 1 . View Original 2

    • April 12, 1935: ARTS and CRAFTS EXHIBITION
      under the auspices of
      THE JUNIOR LEAGUE OF BROOKLYN for Region II
      at the Brooklyn Museum Eastern Parkway
      April 12th through April 19th, 1935

      JUDGES
      Mr. Charles A. Aiken
      Mr. Herbert B. Tschudy
      Miss Elizabeth Haynes
      Mr. C. Hamilton Preston
      Mr. Phillip N. Youtz

      FINE ARTS
      No.; Name; League; Title; Prize
      1; Ilse K. Dunbar; Kingston; New Life; H. M.
      2; Virginia L. Morgan; Rochester; Grace - terra cotta head; 2nd
      3; Elizabeth K. Nichols; The Oranges; Babette; 1st
      4; Mrs. W. H. Osborne, Jr.; Newark; Child's Head; 2nd
      5; Mrs. A. W. Price; Brooklyn; Three Little Pigs ;
      6; Mrs. Rowland Vermilye; Englewood; Bronze Inkstand ;
      7; Edith Warren; Brooklyn; Seated Bronze Dog ;
      8; Catherine E. Wilkinson; Newark; Child ;
      9; Ethel Halsey Blum; New York; Under the El. ;
      10; Virginia B. Clarke; Brooklyn; Portrait ;
      11; Kate Coe; Englewood; Tropical Fish ;
      12; Anna H. Corbett; Brooklyn; Peggy's Cove; 1st
      13; Harriet B. Cross; Brooklyn; Jimmy ;
      14; Elizabeth Davis; Binghamton; Abstraction ;
      15; Eloise Dixon; The Oranges; Negro Head ;
      16; Elizabeth Eaton; Montclair; Bowl of Roses ;
      17; Margaret Hansen; Schenectady; Zinnias ;
      18; Mrs. Lindsay Jarvis; Englewood; Flower Piece ;
      19; Doris I. Johnson; Trenton; Portrait ;
      20; Margaret Marvin; Troy; Elisha ;
      21; Margaret McClave; Englewood; Portrait ;
      22; Marian McComb; Montclair; Study of a colored Man; 1st
      23; Kathleen E. Metcalfe; Brooklyn; Finger Painting ;
      24; Hope Nelson; Englewood; Autumn Woods ;
      25; Elizabeth D. Perry; Brooklyn; The Green Dove H. M. ;
      26; Mrs. Alden Rogers; Buffalo; Veronica ;
      27; Catherine H. Schoonmaker; Newburgh; Landscape ;
      28; Anne M. Sneed; Newburgh; South Garden ;
      29; Anita Tompkins; Newburgh; Still Life ;
      30; Mrs. Tracy S. Voorhees; Brooklyn; New Mexico Trees (screen) ;
      31; Mrs. William Wenstrom; Englewood; Girl in Yellow ;
      32; Frances Weston Elizabeth; Spruce; Trees ;
      33; Jane White; Montclair; Portrait ;
      34; Ethel Halsey Blum; New York; Rain on Main Street ;
      35; Miriam Clifton; Montclair; View at Shelter Island ;
      36; Anna Corbett; Brooklyn; Chinese Fisherman ;
      37; Anna H. Corbett; Brooklyn; Going Before the Wind ;
      38; Harriet B. Cross; Brooklyn; Sweetheart Roses ;
      39; Mrs. J. A. Drain; Brooklyn; Still Life; 1st
      40; Evelyn E. Field; Rochester; Normandy Cottage ;
      41; Hermione Gardinier; Troy; Sea Horses ;
      42; Mrs. Stuart Lyman; Englewood; Printemps et Autumne; 2nd
      43; Elizabeth D. Perry; Brooklyn; Design for a Leaded Glass Window ;
      44; Mrs. M.B. Phillips; Rochester; Concentration ;
      45; Florence E. Read; Brooklyn; Anemones-Design in Tempora; H. M.
      46; Helen A. Tumbridge; Brooklyn; Copy of a Japanese Print ;
      47; Katherine Arnold; Albany; Head ;
      48; Catherine C. P. Field; Rochester; A Child ;
      49; Elizabeth H. Galbraith; Rochester; Lyell ;
      50; Hermione Gardinier; Troy; Still Life ;
      51; Hermione Gardinier; Troy; The Rehearsal;
      52; Alice Hotchkiss; Binghamton; Hungarian Girl ;
      53; Mrs. Lindsay Jarvis; Englewood; Portrait of a baby ;
      54; Mrs. Lindsay Jarvis; Englewood; Marcia;

      Brooklyn Museum Archives. Records of the Department of Public Information. Press releases, 1931 - 1936. 04-06_1935, 058-9. View Original 1 . View Original 2

    • April 13, 1935: In the Art Exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum by Region II of the Association of Junior Leagues of America, the following awards were announced yesterday afternoon, April 12:

      Textiles
      1st-Silk Textile Design; by Julia English, Brooklyn, N.Y.
      2nd-Woven Dollies; by Mrs. Keene Richards, Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

      Metals
      1st-Opal Ring; by Isabel Mills, Brooklyn, N.Y.
      2nd-Silver Teaspoon; by Mildred Broughton, Trenton, N.J.

      Sculpture
      1st-Babette; by Mrs. A. H. Nichols, West Orange, N.J.
      2nd-Grace; by Virginia Morgan, Rochester, N.Y.
      2nd-Hand of Child; by Mrs. William H. Osborne, Neward, N.J.
      Honorable Mention-New Life-New Born; by Ilse K. Dunbar, Kingston, N.Y.

      Drawings
      1st-German Worker; by Margaret Marvin, Troy, N.Y.
      2nd-After Forty; by Peggy Peplow
      Honorable Mention-Quarry Drawing; by Marion McComb, Montclair, N.J.

      Open Class
      1st-3 Model stage set for Jack and the Bean Stalk; by Ruth Good, South Orange, N.J.
      2nd-2 Indian Marionettes; by the Children’s Theatre Committee, Trenton, N.J.

      Tapestry
      1st-Petit Point Bag; by Carol Pratt, Englewood, N.J.
      2nd-Petit Point Bag; by Arrietta H. Smith, Brooklyn, N.Y.
      Honorable Mention Needlepoint Bell Pull; by Emmy Reynolds, West Orange, N.J.
      Honorable Mention Needlepoint Fire Screen; by Mrs. Richard L. McClonahan, New York City

      Ceramics
      1st-Green Bowl; by Jean Moment, Plainfield, N.J.

      Oils
      1st-Study of a Colored Man; by Marion McComb, Montclair, N.J.
      2nd-Peggy’s Cove; by Anna H. Corbett, Brooklyn, N.Y.
      Honorable Mention-The Green Dove; by Elizabeth Du M. Perry, Brooklyn, N.Y.

      Water Color
      1st-Still Life; by Mrs. J. A. Drain, Brooklyn, N.Y.
      2nd-Printemps et Automne; by Mrs. Stewart Lyman, Englewood, N.J.
      Honorable Mention-Design in Tempura; by Florence Read, Brooklyn, N.Y.

      Photographs
      1st-Newby Bridge; by Annie Mary Bailey, Brooklyn, N.Y.
      2nd-Virginia Colts; by Aahoe Talbot, Englewood, N.J.
      Honorable Mention-Still Life; by Mrs. Truman Brown, Albany, N.Y.

      The closing date of this exhibition is April 19.



      Brooklyn Museum Archives. Records of the Department of Public Information. Press releases, 1931 - 1936. 04-06_1935, 055-6. View Original 1 . View Original 2

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