MUSEUM AND SCHOOL
OF INDUSTRIAL ART
The Real Estate
Solicits Deposits of Firms,
Corporations & Individuals
Is fully Equipped to Handle All Business
Pertaining to a Trust Company, in its
Banking, Trust, Real Estate and Safe
GEORGE H. EARLE, Jr., President
S. F. HOUSTON, Vice-President
EDWARD S. BUCKLEY, Jr., Treasurer
WILLIAM R. PHILLER, Secretary
JOHN A. McCarthy, Trust Officer
EDGAR FETHERSTON, Assistant Treasurer
E. Y. TOWNSEND, Assistant Trust Officer
George H. Earle, Jr. Frank C. Roberts Cyrus H. K. Curtis
Samuel F. Houston James F. Sullivan George Woodward
R. Dale Benson J. Levering Jones Louis J. Kolb
William A. Patton John Gribbel J. Wallace Hallo well
MEMBERSHIP IN THE CORPORATION
Jl list of members is published each year in the
The Trustees of the Pennsylvania Museum and School of Indus-
trial Art desire the active co-operation of all public-spirited citizens
who are in sympathy with its work. The institution has only the
nucleus of an endowment and depends for its support, in addition
to the very moderate fees for tuition, and appropriations from the
City and State, on the dues of members, of which there are four
PATRON MEMBERS IN PERPETUITY:— Those who contribute
the sum of $5,000 or more, whether in money or objects for the
FELLOWSHIP MEMBERS IN PERPETUITY : —Those who con-
tribute $1,000 at one time.
LIFE MEMBERS:— Those who contribute the sum of $100 or
more at one time.
ANNUAL MEMBERS:— Those who contribute not less than $10
All members are entitled to the following benefits:
The right to vote and transact business at the Annual Meeting.
Invitations to all general receptions and exhibitions held at the
Museum and the School. Free access to the Museum and School
Libraries and admission to all lectures. Also a copy of each of the
following publications: The Annual Report of the Corporation. The
Annual Circulars of the School of Industrial Art and the Philadel-
phia Textile School. The Art Handbooks and Art Primers, issued
from time to time by the Museum. The Illustrated Quarterly Bul-
letin of the Museum.
(A printed list of publications will be mailed to any member on
Applications for membership and remittances should be sent to the
Secretary, Leslie W. Miller, at the School, Broad and Pine Streets,
TVti^&rer • i-W>rpc
STUDENT EXHIBITS OF THE PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM
AND SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ART
THE PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM
AND SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ART
SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ART
BROAD AND PINE STREETS
DAY EVENING SATURDAY
DESIGN INTERIOR DECORATION
ILLUSTRATION NORMAL ART
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Calendar . . 9
Certificates and Diplomas 15
Committees 5, 6, 8
Courses of Study 17
Day Classes 19-31
Evening Classes . . 32-34
Saturday Classes 35-36
Summer Classes 36
Employment for Graduates 39
Historical Sketch 10
Hours of Study 12
Lectures . . .... 17
Officers and Trustees . . , 5
Partial List of Former Students, with their Occupations .... 35-47
Requirements for Admission 11
School Notes and Regulations 11
School Expenses 14
All programs owing to present unsettled conditiors
are subject to change.
OFFICERS FOR 1918
President — Theodore C. Search
Vice-Presidents — John Story Jenks, John G. Carruth
Treasurer — James Butterworth
Assistant Treasurer — James L. Allan
Secretary and Principal of the Schools — Leslie W. Miller
Director of the Museum — Lanedon Warner
,: Counsel — Franklin Spencer Edmonds, Esq.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
- 1 he Governor of the State The Mayor of the City
James Butterworth, Appointed by the State Senate
Harrington Fitzgerald, Appointed by the House of Represc-tatives
Charles H. Harding, Appointed by Select Council
John G. Carruth, Appointed by Common Council
Edward T. Stotesbury, Appointed by the Commissioners of Fair-
Elected by Members
Mrs. Rudolph Blankenburg John D. Mcllhenny
V3 Charles Bond Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs
John Gribbel John W. Pepper
Mrs. Henry S. Grove Walter H. Rossmassler
Thomas Skelton Harrison Theodore C. Search
John Story Jenks Edgar V. Seeler
Gustav Ketterer Mrs. Joseph F. Sinnott
John. H. McFadden James F. Sullivan
Chairman — John Story Jenks
Thomas Skelton Harrison Gustav Ketterer
John H. McFadden Mrs. W. T. Carter
John D. Mcllhenny Mrs. Wm. D. Frismuth
John W. Pepper Mrs. John Harrison
Edgar V. Seeler Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury
Mrs. Rudolph Blankenburg, ex-officio
Assistant Curator and Lecturer — Mrs. Cornelius Stevenson
ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN
TO THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
President — Mrs. Rudolph Blankenburg ...,
First Vice-President — Miss Nina Lea
Second Vice-President — Countess of Santa Eulalia
Secretary — Mrs. Henry S. Grove
Treasurer — Mrs. Joseph F. Sinnott
Mrs. Edwin Swift Balch
Mrs. Jasper Yeates Brinton
Mrs. John H. Brinton
Mrs. William T. Carter
Miss Margaret Clyde
Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe
Miss Ada M. Crozer
Mrs. David English Dallam
Miss Cornelia L. Ewing
Mrs. George Harrison Frazier
Mrs. William D. Frismuth
Mrs. William W. Gibbs
Mrs. John Harrison
Miss Margaretta S. Hinchman
Mrs. Frank K. Hippie
Mrs. Robert R. Logan
Mrs. J. L. Ketterlinus
Mrs. M. Hampton Todd
COMMITTEE ON INSTRUCTION
Mrs. Howard Longstreth
Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs
Mrs. James Mifflin
Mrs. Francis F. Milne
Mrs. H. S. Prentiss Nichols
Mrs. Thornton Oakley
Mrs. Frank T. Patterson
Mrs. Thomas Roberts
Miss Mary E. Sinnott
Mrs. C. Shillard-Smith
Mrs. Cornelius Stevenson
Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury
Mrs. William H. Walbaum
Mrs. Albert B. Weimer
Mrs. John Wister
Mrs. Jones Wister
Chairman — Theodore C. Search
Thomas Skelton Harrison
John Story Jenks
John D. Mcllhenny
Edgar V. Seeler
James F. Sullivan
Mrs. John Harrison
Irs. F. K. Hippie
liss Nina Lea
Irs. Arthur V. Meigs
Irs. Thomas Roberts
Irs. C. Shillard-Smith
Irs. Joseph F. Sinnott
Irs. John Wister
Irs. Jones Wister
Mrs. Rudolph Blankenburg, ex-ojficio
The President is ex-of.cio a mem^ er of all committees.
LESLIE W. MILLER, Principal, Lecturer in Art History, Principles
HOWARD FREMONT STRATTON, Director. School of
CHARLES THOMAS SCOTT, Structural Design
HELEN AUGUSTA FOX, Surface Design
J. FRANK COPELAND, Interior Decoration
THORNTON OAKLEY, B.S., M.S., Illustration
OTTO FREDERICK EGE, Industrial Drawing
MARY PICKERING DOW, Costume Design
EDWARD WARWICK, Structural Drawing
IDA EVELYN MACFARLANE, Color, Methods of Teaching
BERTRAM SIDNEY CHADWICK, Technical Design
HERMAN DEIGENDESCH, Drawing
MABEL BRUCE HALL, Drawing
ALBERT JEAN ADOLPH, Drawing
H. EDWIN RIEGER, Drawing
DOROTHEA E. FINELY, Drawing
KATHERINE NORCROSS LYNN, Drawing
HENRY CLARENCE PITZ, Rendering
JOHN RAY SINNOCK, Modeling
ELMER LUKENS, Woodwork
SAMUEL YELLIN, Wrought Iron
MRS. CORNELIUS STEVENSON, Curator's Course
EDWARD T. BOGGS, Architectural Drafting
WETHERILL P. TROUT, Building Construction
KATHERINE DeW. BERG, Librarian
JAS. L. ALLAN, Registrar
CHARLOTTE HIESTER, Clerk
Alice Barber Stephens, Illustration *
George Walter Dawson, Illustration
Edgar V. Seeler, Architecture
Frank Miles Day, Architecture
Gustav Ketterer, Interior Decoration
Frances Darby Sweeney, Stained Glass
G. Gerald Evans, Furniture
Herbert D. Allman, Wall Papers
J. L. Ketterlinus, Commercial Lithographic Design '
Sarah G. Altemus, Costume
Kennard J. Kornbau, Metal Work
Robert W. Lesley, Decorative Cement Work
Edward A. Trego, Decorative Cement Work
Edward Stern, Commercial Illustration, Design, and Printing
E. Lawrence Fell, Typographical Design and Printing
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Poster by Frederick Knight
SCHOOL YEAR 1918-1919
Thursday, 19 — Examination for Admission to Day Classes
Friday, 20; Saturday, 21 — Registration Days
Monday, 23 — Sessions of Day Classes begin
Wednesday, 25, 7 P. M. — Registration of Students in Evening
Monday, 30 — Sessions of Evening Classes begin
Saturday, 5 — Saturday Class begins
Thursday, 28; Friday, 29; Saturday, 30 — Thanksgiving Holi-
days. School closed
Monday, 23, to Saturday, January 4 — Christmas Holidays.
Monday, 6 — School reopens
Saturday, 22 — Washington's Birthday. School closed
Saturday, 22 — Sessions of Saturday Classes end
Wednesday, 26 — Sessions of Evening School end
Good Friday, 18, to Monda3^ 21 — Easter Holidays. School closed
Tuesday, 22 — School reopens
Thursday, 22 — Annual Commencement and Exhibition
Saturday, 31 — Annual Exhibition of Students' Work closes
Monday, 7 — Opening of four weeks' Summer Session
Friday, 1 — Summer Classes end
Applicants may register at any time before the beginning
of the School Year - •
HISTORICAL SKETCH ,
ORIGIN AND PURPOSE
The Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art, an insti-
tution the origin of which was due to the increased interest in art
and art education awakened by the Centennial Exhibition, was
incorporated on the twenty-sixth day of February, 1876, for the
purpose, as stated in the charter, of establishing "for the State of
Pennsylvania, in the City of Philadelphia, a Museum of Art in all
its branches and technical applications, and with a special view
to the development of the Art Industries of the State, to provide
instruction in Drawing, Painting, Modeling, Designing, etc.,
through practical schools, special libraries, lectures and other-
The collections at Memorial Hall, in Fairmount Park, where the
Museum is located, embrace examples of art work of every
description. It was determined by the founders to make the col-
lections of the Pennsylvania Museum as largely as possible illus-
trative of the relation of art to the industries. In the selection
of objects, the trustees had the benefit of the advice of the
foreign commissioners to the Exhibition, and, in several instances,
the institution was the recipient of valuable gifts from individual
exhibitors. Around the nucleus thus formed, the Museum has
grown by purchase, gift and bequest to its present proportions,
numbering in its collections upwards of thirty thousand objects.
The School, which has as its object the training of designers,
craftsmen, and teachers of art, was opened during the winter of
1877-78, at Broad and Vine Streets. It was removed in 1879 to
the rooms of the Franklin Institute, at 15 South Seventh Street;
and again, in 1880, to the building 1709 Chestnut Street, where
it remained until its removal, in 1884, to 1336 Spring Garden
LOCATION OF SCHOOL
The present property, at Broad and Pine Streets, acquired in 1893,
is by far the most spacious and most advantageous in its location
of any establishment in America that is devoted to the uses of
a school of art, situated as it is on the principal street and in the
very heart of the city.
REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION
Applicants for admission to any of the Day Classes, except the
Junior Class, are expected to be as proficient in the common
English branches as the completion of the ordmary grammar
school course would imply. The entrance examination, Septem-
ber 19th, at 9 o'clock, consists of an English composition, and
drawing in pencil or charcoal from models and simple casts of
Pupils are not to receive social visits, telephone messages, or
mail, at the School, and when desiring to bring visitors into the
class rooms they must notify the teachers in charge. The special
rules are posted in various parts of the building. Any damage
to the School property must be made good by the student causing
it. No book, chart or other educational appliance is allowed to
leave the building under any circumstances.
All work must be put away before the student leaves the build-
ing. Work executed by students and left at the school for
exhibition or other purposes will be returned any time up to July
1st if requested, otherwise it will be destroyed, as the School
has not space to care for this large accumulation. Lost articles
may be inquired for of the Janitor. Students are requested to
give prompt notice of change of address to the Registrar and
Schedules showing the arrangement of classes and the hours to
be given by the instructors to each are posted in the class rooms.
Students must observe the schedules, and may not claim the teachers'
attention at other times, or expect admission to the class rooms except
at the specified periods.
The discipline of the School is made as simple as possible, and
students are made to feel that, as the requirements are definitely
stated and the instruction in each branch is given at well-known
hours, the progress of each is substantially in his own hands.
Students are on probation for the first three months; they are
expected to be prompt and regular in attendance on all exercises
and lectures of their courses. Irregularity, inattention, wrong
attitude, and failure to meet requirements will be regarded as
sufficient cause for dismissal.
Students are expected to recognize these requirements as elements
in any business career for which they may be making prepara-
tion. Pohte and orderly conduct is also msisted upon at all
The students are expected to wear suitable aprons, smocks or
overblouses while in the School as a necessary protection in their
work, and if desired samples of materials and patterns may be
procured at the supply room.
ADVICE TO STUDENTS
The Director and his assistants will be in attendance to explain
the course and advise intending pupils on and after Monday,
September 16th, and students are urged to register and arrange
all preliminaries a few days before the actual opening of the
School. All students are urged to have eye examinations made
by competent oculist before entering the School.
As the students advance in their work, they will be advised and
directed as clearly as possible toward the professional aim for
which they seem best qualified.
A committee of members of the Alumni Association will be at
the School to assist any of the new pupils who may desire sugges-
tions in making their arrangements for board, etc., and to intro-
duce them to the various organizations designed for the benefit
of the members of the School.
Competitions are held in different courses from time to time, which
students of these subjects are required to enter. The results are
treated in precisely the same way as those obtained by the formal
examinations, and the pupil's standing is made to depend upon
them to quite as great an extent. No certificate or diploma is
granted to any student who does not obtain a creditable rating
in these competitions.
HOURS OF STUDY
9 A. M. to 12 M.; 1 to 4 P. M. Every day in the week except
7.30 to 9.30; Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
9 A. M. to 12 M.
9 A. M. to 12 M.; 1 to 3 P. M.; Saturday, 10 to 12 M.
A year of eight months, $80, or $12 a month; students coming
from foreign countries, $90 a year, or $12 a month.
A year of six months, $15.
A year of six months, $10.
A term of four weeks, $20.
All fees are payable in advance, and monev once paid will not
be refunded, except by special action of the committee.
The fee for the Diploma is $5.00, payable on notice from the Regis-
trar. Graduates returning to the School for further study may have
their fees remitted in consideration of services rendered by assisting
in teaching, or by the execution of work for purposes of demon-
In consideration of an annual appropriation to the School by the
Legislature of Pennsylvania, each county of the State is entitled
to at least one free scholarship in any regular course of the School
for three years. Counties sending more than one Senator to the
Legislature are entitled to as many scholarships as there are sena-
torial districts. These appointments are made by the Governor
of the State, usually on the recommendation of members of the
BOARD OF PUBLIC EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS
Provision for free instruction in this institution is also made by
The Board of Public Education of the City of Philadelphia.
Pupils of all the High Schools, as well as of the Normal School
and of the Public Industrial Art School are eligible for these
appointments, which are made by The Board of Public Educa-
tion on the recommendation of the Principals of the several
schools, to whom all applications for them should be addressed.
A certain number of free scholarships, which are granted annually
as prizes for meritorious work by students who have already spent
at least one year in the School, with the exception of those placed
at the disposal of the Associate Committee of Women, have also
been provided by the following bequests:
Joseph E. Temple,
Joseph F. Sinnott, and
Robert P. De Silver,
The Elizabeth Duane Gillespie Memorial Fund.
By the following gifts:
Mrs. William Weightman, Jr., William Keehmle Ramborger
Mrs. Chapman Biddle Miss Mary A. Dobbins,
Mrs. Frederic W. W. Graham, James H. Cresson,
Mrs. John Harrison, Chas. Valentine Neumann, (Eve.)
Miss Fannie S. Magee, John D. Mcllhenny,
Miss Mary Williams and Mrs. Walter R. Stenger.
The Associate Committee of Women Fellowship is awarded to a
TENURE OF SCHOLARSHIP
Scholarships are subject to recall at any time if, in the judgment
of the Principal, the progress of the holder is unsatisfactory.
A scholarship holder who fails to attend regularly or to do the
work of his class receives notice to this effect, and is warned
that unless a marked improvement is shown at once the scholar-
ship will be declared vacant. He is usually given one month
after the date of such notice in which to show that the warning
has been heeded and has produced the desired effect. If, how-
ever, at the expiration of this time his progress still continues to
be unsatisfactory, he is notified that the scholarship has been
Holders of scholarships who fail to complete the work of Class
A (Industrial Drawing) in two years are ineligible for a renewal
of their scholarships. Scholarships are not awarded for partial
MATERIALS FOR STUDY
Instruments and materials for study must be provided by the
students. The average cost of materials for the day class ranges
from $2.00 to $20.00, according to the course followed; the
evening class, $2.00 to $15.00. Students should be prepared
to purchase their outfits upon entering the School. All articles
required in any class are for sale at the School at less than retail
prices, and the students are expected to purchase them here.
Each student is provided with a locker for drawing boards and
materials. On receiving the key the student must deposit $1
(or $2 for the larger lockers, in which wraps, etc., can also be
kept), of which sum 50 cents is refunded when the key is returned,
provided the return is made withm one month after the date on
which the term expires, otherwise the deposit is forfeited. Access
to the lockers is regulated by class room requirements and hours.
Board may be obtained in the vicinity of the School for $6.00
a week and upward. The School assumes no responsibility in
connection with this part of a student's career.
A lunch room is maintained in the school building under the
direction of the Students' Art League, where lunch may be ob-
tained at moderate prices.
The School's Diploma is awarded upon the satisfactory comple-
tion of each of the following courses:
SURFACE DESIGN AND COLOR
CONSTRUCTIVE DESIGN AND MODELING
COSTUME DESIGN AND PAGEANTRY
INDUSTRIAL ART (Teachers Course)
To be admitted to any of these courses the student must have
completed the work of the Industrial Drawing Course or its equiva-
On the satisfactory completion of the following courses a cer-
tificate IS awarded:
SURFACE DESIGN AND COLOR
CONSTRUCTIVE DESIGN AND MODELING
DRAWING AND AESTHETICS
ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING (Evening)
METHODS OF ART TEACHING (Saturday)
METHODS OF ART TEACHING (Summer)
The time required for the completicn of an]) of these courses
depends entirely upon the diligence and proficiency of the student.
CREDITS REQUIRED FOR THE INDUSTRIAL
ART DIPLOMA ( Teachers Course )
The Industrial Art Diploma is recognized by the Philadelphia
Board of Education as the equivalent of the University degree.
COURSE (Class A)
Instrumental Drawing ....
Cast and Memory Draw-
Elementary Design and
Brush Work , .
Analysis of Ornament 1
Certificate "A" 31
SURFACE DESIGN AND
COLOR (Class B)
Plant Analysis 4
Historic Ornament 3
Color, Theory and Prac-
Cast Drawing 3
Certificate "B" 30
Cast, Life and Memory
Study of Methods
Practice in Teaching
Certificate "D" : 36
THEORY AND PRACTICE
History and Theory
Knowledge o f Materials
Certificate "C" 29 4
* Students enrolled in the Industrial Art Courses are entitled,
without extra charge, to attend these Saturday; Sessions and
required to satisfactorily complete the Work-
Courses of lectures on the following subjects are given during the
School year. Schedule of dates, hours and classes required to
attend regularly are posted on the School bulletin boards:
Elements of Design. Composition.
Principles of Constructive Design. Anatomy.
Historic Ornament "A." Lettering.
Historic Ornament "B." Furniture.
Contemporaneous Illustrations. Color Harmony.
Principles of Interior Decoration. Pottery.
Methods of Art Teaching
Fire Screen in Wrought and Pierced Iron
Designed and Executed by Parke Emerson Edward
A Student of the School
Studies by members of the Illustration Class
COURSE IN INDUSTRIAL DRAWING
Geometrical drawing, nets and tracery; scale drawing; mechan-
ical perspective, shadow and orthographic projection.
Study for proportion, construction and the separation of light
and shade, from casts of various elements of the human figure,
animals, etc. Training in memory drawing.
HISTORIC ORNAMENT AND WATER COLOR RENDERING
The Egyptian, Roman, Byzantine and Saracenic styles of orna-
ment are studied for purposes of original adaptations. Water
color renderings are made in the School and museums, from casts
and objects of these periods. Lectures, research, and written
papers supplement this course.
Lectures on the origin and evolution of the alphabet, appreciation
of manuscript, formal hands and type faces. Principles of let-
tering, with practice in pencil, brush and pen forms.
ELEMENTARY DESIGN AND BRUSH WORK
Brush exercises, division of space by lines, tones, executed freely
to develop inventiveness. Brush studies in color of nature forms
for Durposes of design.
Modeling various ornamental elements in different degrees of
relief for the appreciation of expression in a plastic medium.
Exercises are given in interpretation of historic examples and
modeling original forms.
Theory of parallel, angular and aerial perspective, sciaeraphv,
practice in sketching and rendering objects, furniture, interi-
ANALYSIS OF ORNAMENT
The analysis and interpretation of the best elements of Archi-
tectural Ornament. Designing of original forms.
Concours in all these subjects are given at regular periods.
Original Designs for Brocades in the Venetian and Byzantine Styles
By Otilie P. Bachman
COURSE IN SURFACE DESIGN AND COLOR
Class B — Section I
Practice in surface design includes problems for mosaic, tiles,
stencils, block prints, wall paper, carpet, rugs, lace, silk, cre-
ANALYTICAL STUDY: Nature
Drawing and analysis of plants and other natural forms, as
sources of suggestive decorative elements.
Study of Gothic, Renaissance and other historical periods in rela-
tion to design.
Color Theory and Practice
Study of the qualities of hue, tone, and chroma; exercises in
color matching, various harmonies, etc.
In connection with the lectures upon the above subjects, library
and museum research is required.
Study in different mediums from casts of various historic periods,
and the human figure.
At the conclusion of each subject a concours is given.
Examinations in this course are : Historic Ornament, Color Harmony,
'Principles of Design.
Class B — Section II
The study in this section is devoted to more technical design,
and includes the execution of rugs on a four-frame, hand-power
Jacquard loom; study of processes of reproduction for printed silk,
wall papers, lace, etc.
View of Modeling Room
View of Wood-carving Room
COURSE IN MODELING, AND CONSTRUCTIVE DESIGN
Class C — Section I
Rapid sketching of problems in constructive design. Drawing
to scale and full size original designs for furniture, pottery, and
Exercises in different degrees of relief and in the round, from
casts, drawings, and prints. Decorative interpretation of animals.
Original designs for terra cotta, cement, cast and wrought metal,
wood and stone carving, furniture, and mosaic, in clay, wax,
Sketching, designing, and construction of forms, as bowls, vases
with handles, etc.
Furniture design; detail drawing; study of materials and tools,
and their care and use. Joinery and constructive details. Studies
of decorative carving.
Instruction is given in the various processes of metal manipula-
tion and enrichment, as repousse, chasing, piercing, and etching.
Anatomical studies of animals and the human figure, from casts,
life, and photographs. Synthetic treatment pursued, as placing
the bones and building the muscles up in the order of the several
Class C — Section II
The designing and execution of furniture, pottery, metal, and mosaic,
which are parts of the course primarily as processes of design in Section
I, become essential results in this section.
Lectures and concours are given at stated periods on Historic Orna-
ments, Principles of Construction, Design, Anatomy, and the Various
mediums employed in this course.
Drawing from Life by Frances Lichten
DRAWING AND /ESTHETICS
DRAWING FROM CASTS AND LIFE
Study of the figure from the living model for decorative sugges-
tions. Costumes and accessories are continuously used to produce
effective combinations. The work from casts is continuous.
PRACTICE AND METHODS IN TEACHING
Analysis of School curriculum. Each student must present typi-
cal lessons, demonstrations and outline courses of studies for
classes of various degrees of maturity.
Survey of the educational functions and possibilities of the mod-
ern museum. Study of the evolution of the industrial arts and
design. Research in various collections and museums is carried
on throughout the course.
STUDY OF MEDIUMS
Practice in interpreting objects in various mediums, as ink,
pencil, paint, and charcoal.
Composition exercises for decorative illustrations, posters, book
plates, etc. Lettering is a feature of this course.
Students in this class are required to make demonstrations of
their ability to render correctly in various mediums, value, color,
and textures of objects.
COURSE OF TRAINING FOR CURATORS
This course comprehends, during the first season, October to
May, the study of the history museums; the functions of the modern
museum, whether art, industrial, scientific, local, historical, or special.
The choice of the dominant idea for a museum, and the requirements
and equipment of the building. The installation, classification, label-
ing, and nature of collections and their treatment. The diseases of
objects and their remedies. The art of collecting. The library.
The second season extends the study to the evolution and varia-
tion of decorative forms and designs with a view to the identification
of objects, including Egyptian, Babylonian, Etruscan, Apulian,
Aegean, Greek and Roman designs and forms and their derivatives
down to modern times. The history of glazes and glass. Imitations
and restorations, and their detection. This work is done in the
Museum at .Memorial Hall.
COU RS E • IN
D EC ORATION.
This course is planned for the training of designers, and dec-
orative painters, for practical work in interior decoration. It in-
volves a thorough study of the various historic periods. Design
and rendering in color for interiors in elevation and perspective.
Decorative painting in water color, tempera, and oil. Color har-
mony. Drawing, designing, and modeling of ornament. Original
designs and working drawings for furniture, architectural details,
hangings, stained glass, stencils, and mosaics. Drawing from casts
and life. Library and museum research under direction. The
application of studies from nature, as flowers, fruit, landscape, and
figure, to decorative uses.
The work of the class is supplemented by lectures on Color
Harmony, Period Furniture, the History of Architecture and Orna-
ment, and by visits to notable buildings and collections where the
best historic and modern work may be seen, and to the shops of the
best decorators and other craftsmen, the aim being to develop good
taste by the constant consideration of the principles of design.
Problems of practical application, as models for stage settings
and their development; or decorative features in relation to school
purposes are given to members of the 3d Section.
Illustration by Hildegard Lupprain
This course includes study in drawing and painting from casts,
the living model, nature and objects; costume and drapery; anatomy,
and decorative lettering. Original composition for book plates,
head and tail pieces, initial letters, covers, posters, and general dec-
orative illustration in various mediums.
Sessions are held regularly, at which compositions are required
from every student. Originality in thought and treatment is the aim
of these classes. The compositions are criticised with special refer-
ence to their sincerity and truth.
Members of the advanced section work from the costumed
model five periods a week, and are also given practice in the con-
struction of imaginary heads and poses, so that they may be enabled
to express varied character without reference to a model.
Lantern slide lectures, showing the best examples of contem-
poraneous illustration, are given several times a year.
The three sections of this class constitute a course based upon
a general preliminary training developed in the first section by an
especial study of nature forms and structure, and the direct applica-
tion of this to various themes. In both the first and second sections
competitive problems supplied by business establishments and organi-
zations are marked features, and in the third section practical demon-
strations of original work are required through reproductions.
Costume adopted from Raphael's Portrait of Johanna of Aragon
Made and worn by Norma Stine
This class is for the study of the best types of costume. The
students are given training in such historic styles as would suggest
fundamental principles of draping, or of ornamentation, or would
aid in developing good taste. Color combination and textures are
particular features of the course. Sketches and careful studies are
made from the costumed lay figure and the living model; also
anatomical studies, and exercises are given in rendering the ma-
terials used, in pencil, ink, and water color, with special reference
to the proper presentation of subjects, and to reproduction in peri-
odicals and catalogues.
Practical demonstration in the use of materials is required from
each student. This work is carried out with proper fabrics furnished
by the school, and becomes part of the school's permanent collection.
The adaptation of effective dress to pageants and other decorative,
dramatic representations, is made a feature of the work.
Derived from the
Statue of Menes
Esther Robert Lippincott
It is possible for the students to practice most of these subjects every
evening, but the special instruction will be given as follows :
Architectural Drafting and Design . . .
Building Construction . .
"•'Composition Illustration . . .
Costume Design and Rendering ....
Design — Carpets, Lace, Wall Paper . .
Drawing from the Cast
Drawing from Life
Drawing, Analysis of Ornament . .
Historic Ornament . . ...
Interior Decoration (Practice) ... .
Interior Decorations (Principles) ....
^"^'Lectures, Historic Ornament ....
Printing — Composition ...
Rendering, Water color, pen and ink, ere.
Wrought Iron Forging ...
*Third Monday of each Month.
*Beginning the second Wednesday in January; six lectures.
COURSE IN ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING AND DESIGN
The subjects studied in this course are: instrumental drawing;
the orders of architecture after Vignola, and from the Greek;
shades and shadows; wash drawings; elements of design; order
problems in competitions; criticism in design; academic render-
ing; planning; perspective; architectural design in different
periods"; elements of landscape architecture.
The competitive work of the pupils of the architectural drawing
class is judged by a committee of architects.
Students can supplement this work by study in the water color,
modeling, ornament, perspective and drawing classes.
COURSE IN BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
This course is for young men intending to become builders, head
carpenters, mechanics, etc. The studies include details of house
and general building construction in all its parts; properties of
building materials, making of and familiarity with architects' plans,
elevations, and specifications; estimating; plumbing, heating, and
WROUGHT IRON CLASS
Instruction is given in the various processes of iron forging, and
the execution of practical problems, as candlesticks, grilles, weather
vanes, hardware, sconces, fire sets, etc., from original designs.
PRINCIPLES OF INTERIOR DECORATION
This course includes instruction in the principles of color and
design in direct relation to the problems of the interior decorator;
and the study of the distinguishing characteristics of furniture
and furnishings of the important periods, and the present day use
of these periods.
This will be supplemented by research work, and illustrated lectures
on historic ornament.
CLASS FOR PRINTERS AND COMPOSITORS
The instruction will have special reference to the principles
involved in producing excellence in printing. The consideration
of the size, appropriateness of style, spacing of type, the relation
of type to paper, marginal effects, the designing of light and
dark (tone) areas, color, the use of ornamental features, as head
and tail pieces, initial letters and borders, and the placing of
illustrative forms, will be fully discussed and illustrated.
Practice in the sketching of "lay outs" will be continued through-
out the course.
The life classes are for the study of the figure from the living
model by students who are sufficiently advanced to profitably
pursue such study. Poses are designed to express the decorative
possibilities of the figure. The school has a very large collection
of costumes and accessories, contributing the best combinations
for effective arrangements.
Original Design for Lace
By a Student of the Design Class
THEORY AND PRACTICAL METHODS OF INSTRUCTION
The course has special reference to the work of supervisors and
grade teachers, and includes general free-hand drawing, black-
board demonstrations, perspective, water color, plant analysis,
historic ornament, stenciling, and block printing. The Principal
of the School delivers lectures upon the place of drawing in
modern education, principles of design, color, plans and eleva-
tions, isometric and cabinet projection, comparative anatomy,
aesthetics, and art history. The lectures are followed by work
in the classroom on the subjects given.
A course of home reading is required, and a book of clippings
covering the subjects studied during the school year is compiled
by each member of the class.
NORMAL DESIGN CLASS
The Design class is for the development of various phases
presented in the Methods of Art Teaching course, and embraces
the principles and practice of design, color harmony, lettering,
and composition. ^4 certificate is awarded upon the satisfactory
completion of the above two courses.
The object of this class is to extend the opportunities afforded
by the School, to younger students who may be interested in
these subjects, but are. occupied during the greater part of their
time with other studies of a general character.
The class work is progressive and may extend over several years.
Subjects of Study
Sketching and rendering in pencil, charcoal, and color, of nature
forms, casts, and familiar objects; designing for booklet covers,
tile, pottery, stencils and block prints; decorative landscapes;
illustrating, and work in modeling and pottery.
Rendering of nature forms, casts, and familiar objects. Elemen-
tary original composition. Stencils. Block printing. Decorative
Modeling and Pottery — Fruit, vegetable forms, and leaves, from
casts and nature; animals from the cast and prints. Elementary
original composition. Pottery.
Pupils in this class are instructed in the rendering of drapery,
objects, flowers, etc., in water color. As far as possible decorative
applications are made of these studies.
The decorative rendering of landscapes is studied during the
latter part of the course.
CLASS IN WOOD WORK AND JOINERY
This class has special relation to the Manual Training given in
the Public Schools, and is fundamental preparation for cabinet
and interior wood work.
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION SKETCH CLASS
This class makes use of the many Period Costumes of the School.
Members work in any medium. As this class is under the auspices
of the Alumni Association there is no charge to Alumni members;
non-members pay a fee of five dollars ($5.00) to the Treasurer
of the Alumni Association. The class is under the general regulation
of the School and is in session one evening a week.
Instruction, demonstrations and lectures are given in aesthetics,
historic art, principles and practice of design — surface and construc-
tive; lettering and illuminating; methods of teaching and supervis-
ing; costume design and rendering; drawing; technique of mediums;
craftwork; interior decoration and furniture study.
Special announcement, giving definite information regarding
courses, dates and faculty, is issued in April.
PRIZES AWARDED ANNUALLY AT THE
CLOSE OF THE SCHOOL YEAR
"^he School reserves the right to retain premiated work,
for one year.
Five Scholarships on the Joseph F. Temple Foundation.
Six Memorial Prize Scholarships awarded by the Alumni Asso-
ciation of the Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial
Art, to Associate Members, for a term of one year, for advanced
study in the School, as follows:
The Charles Godfrey Leland Scholarship. Founded by Mrs. John
The M. Theresa Keehmle Scholarship and the Aspasia Eckert
Ramborger Scholarship, Founded by William Keehmle Ram-
The Edward Tonkin Dobbins Scholarships (3). Founded by
Miss Mary A. Dobbins.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mcllhenny Memorial Scholarships (2).
Founded by John D. Mcllhenny.
The Georgia Mcllhenny Memorial Scholarship.
THE ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE FELLOWSHIP, founded by the
Associate Committee of Women to the Board of Trustees.
Two hundred and fifty dollars a year to be awarded by the
Faculty to a student in the School.
ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN'S PRIZE
Elizabeth Duane Gillespie Prize- -Twenty dollars for work in the
Industrial Drawing Course.
MRS. THOMAS ROBERTS PRIZE
Twenty dollars for general excellence.
GIRLS' INDUSTRIAL ART LEAGUE PRIZE
Ten dollars for work by a student member of the League.
PRIZES— DESIGN AND CRAFT WORK
ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN'S PRIZE
Two prizes of ten dollars each for work in design.
FREDERIC GRAFF PRIZE
Twenty dollars for architectural design.
MRS. FRANCIS FORBES MILNE PRIZE
Ten dollars for design.
HERBERT D. ALLMAN PRIZES
Ten dollars each for wall paper design, and for the best effect
of contrasted color harmony.
MRS. THOS. SKELTON HARRISON PRIZE
Fifteen dollars for work in wrought iron.
JOHN HARRISON MEMORIAL PRIZE
Twenty-five dollars for wrought iron.
G. GERALD EVANS PRIZE
Ten dollars for a piece of cabinet work distinctive in design and
CHARLES GODFREY LELAND PRIZE
Twenty dollars for wood carving.
MRS. JOSEPH F. SINNOTT PRIZE
Ten dollars for original garden vase executed in cement.
EMMA S. CROZER PRIZE
Twenty dollars for work in modeling.
MRS. J. L. KETTERLINUS PRIZE
Ten dollars for Museum Bulletin design.
MRS. HENRY S. GROVES PRIZES
Twenty dollars for Pageantry.
MRS. WILLIAM T. CARTER PRIZES
Thirty dollars for Costume design.
HENRY PERRY LELAND MEMORIAL PRIZE
Fifteen dollars for work in illustration.
MRS. C. SHILLARD-SMITH PRIZE
Twenty-five dollars for best Illustration by a member of the
MRS. J. L. KETTERLINUS PRIZE
Ten dollars for decorative quality of illustrative work.
PRIZES— DRAWING, RENDERING
EMMA S. CROZER PRIZE
Twenty dollars for work in drawing.
MRS. JOSEPH T. BAILEY PRIZES (2)
Five dollars each for animal studies.
MISS NINA LEA PRIZE
Twenty dollars for water color rendering.
MARY LUCRETIA RAMBORGER PRIZE
Five dollars offered by the Alumni Association for the best set
of drawings made in the Alumni Association's Sketch Class.
F. WEBER & CO. PRIZE
Drawing table, for work in Instrumental Drawing.
A LIST OF FORMER STUDENTS OF THE SCHOOL
WITH THEIR OCCUPATIONS
Students are asked to aid the Director in correcting and extending this list.
The Alumni Association of the School has established a Business Bureau
for the development of opportunities for employment and the disposal of
designs and work of members and pupils of the School.
*Anderson, Fred Infantry
*Alston, Fred. C Artillery
*Ashbrook, Jas Paymaster
*Austin, Harold E Camouflage
*Bauer, Adrian Infantry
*Berry, Lt. Norman K Aviation
*Betts, Leston Camouflage
*Blumenthal, Corp. S. L., Ambulance
*Borie, Sewell ...Ambulance Corps
*Bower Maurice Medical
*Boyd, Anson C Infantry
*Buehr, Walter F Camouflage
*Cain, David Infantry
*Carrigan, Robt. M Aviation
*Ciavarra, Pietro Infantry
*Clark, Early R. Engineers
*Ciayter, Frederick ... Camouflage
*Cole, Sgt. Walter Engineers
*Cooley, Byron R Navy
*Davenport, Corp. Ernest Cavalry
*De Bow, Theodore Engineers
*Deibert, John M Medical
*Dorrell, Ernest Medical
*Do\vns, Raymond Medical
*Dunkelberger, Ralph. . Signal Corps
*Edwards, Parke E... Signal Corps
*Ferkler, Wm. H Infantry
*Frankhauser, Chas., .... Ambulance
*Freelon, Lt. Allen R Infantry
*Fromuth, Sgt. H. C, Jr., ..Artillery
*Gaul, Clifford Navy
*Grauer, William Infantry
*Giuliano, Antonio ..Quartermaster
*Harrison, John Jr Navy
^Henderson, Leslie Engineers
*Hess, Horace Infantry
*Horn, Frank E Infantry
*Hub, Harry C Infantry
*Johnson, B Infantry
*Kneuble, Capt. John Artillery
*Knutzen, B Navy
*Lane, Lt. Wade Infantry
*Lambdin, Corp. Winfred. . Infantry
*Lawson, Alex Navy
*Lawson, George Z Ambulance
*Leidy, Sgt. Erwin ..Quartermaster
*Lloyd, J Navy
'^'Longenecker. Paul Infantry
*Mahan, Philip Artillery
*Malick, F. G Infantry
*Majer, Carl Signal Corps
*Martin, Leslie Infantry
*Matson, J. B Aviation
*Melville, Ralph Infantry
*Met'z, Earl E Infantry
*Miller, Edw Infantry
*AIcManus, Philip Infantry
*McCormick, Vincent . . Camouflage
*Nuss, Albert Camouflage
*Noble, Oswald Artillery
*Nye, William Infantry
*01mstead, IngeisoU Infantry
^Patterson, H. A Engineers
*Pennegar, Leo Infantry
*Pennell, Leslie Reconstruction
*Pinkovitz, H. L .Infantry
*Pitz, Henry Infanrry
*Price, Wm. W Reconstruction
*Pritt'ie, Edwin Infantry
*Remmel, Alphonso J Infantry
*Renner, Herbert Infantry
*Rex, Hilary Aviation
*Ricci, Serg. Armand ... Engineers
*Rile, Lt. H. J Engineers
*Rickenbaugh, Robt Navy
*Rivel, Thos Artillery
*Robinson, Hilliard Artillery
*Savage, James Engineers
*Schoenhut, Harry E. Artillery
*Shackleford, Theo Infantry
*Shenton, Corp. Edward . . Engineers
*Shuyler, Clyde Infantry
*Smith, Capt. Wm. J Infantry
*Smythe, Samuel Medical
*Spangenberg, Ruel P Infantry
*Spizzari, Lugi Cavalry
*Tanniswood, Calvin Navy
*Taylor, Earl J Infantry
*Thompson, Wm. H Infantry
*Thorn, Warren Hall ....... Navy
*Thorn, Warren H. Navy
*Tedlie, Harry Medical
*Vance, Holton A Signal
*Walenta, Edmund J. ..Y. M. C. A.
*Walgren, Adrian A Marine
*Walton, Sgt. Albert Marine
*Walton, Edward Ambulance
*Weber, Walter Engineers
*Weston, Harold Infantry
*Williams, Robt Navy
*Woberg, W Engineers
nVyckofif, Wm. T Ambulance
*Yost, Herman Aledical
*Ziegler, Harry S., Tr Aledical
ARCHITECTS AND ARCHITECTURAL DRAUGHTSMEN
Barretto, Carlos ^Manila, P. I.
Bassett. George C Philadelphia
Bencker. G. B Philadelphia
Bencker, Ralph B Philadelphia
Berzner. A Philadelphia
Betelle, T. Oscar Philadelphia
Bickel, C Philadelphia
Bishop, A. C Philadelphia
Bissell, E. P Philadelphia
Biswanger, C. T Philadelphia
Boggs, Edward T Philadelphia
Boyer, Lynn H Philadelphia
Brinkworth, \V. B Philadelphia
Cairn, W. Brooks Philadelphia
Calder, Norman ....New York City
Calvert, Louis Philadelphia
Casner, C. A Philadelphia
Churchman, C. W., London, England
Coneys, John Philadelphia
Conway, W. L Philadelphia
Custer," W. L Philadelphia
Davis, Paul Philadelphia
De Moll, C. Philadelphia
Dingee, Joseph T Philadelphia
Donoline, J. M Philadelphia
Davis, Frank Philadelphia
Dunlap, A Philadelphia
Edmunds, F. D Philadelphia
Etter, H. B Philadelphia
Fetterolf, Edwin H Philadelphia
Feustmann, Maurice M., Philadelphia
Fry, J. W. B Philadelphia
Getz, Peter F Philadelphia
Grater, Ursinus . . . .Norristown, Pa.
Harris, C Philadelphia
Hays, Frank A Philadelphia
Higgins, Joseph R.
Hinderman, Carl Philadelphia
Hoover, Ira W Toledo, Ohio
Irwin, H Philadelphia
Jamieson, J. P St. Louis
Kimmel, T. Earl .Washington, D. C.
Klauder, Charles Z. ...Philadelphia
Klinges, I. P Philadelphia
Lehman, E. P Philadelphia
Long, Albert T.. .Washington, D. C.
MacKellar, R Red Bank, N. J.
Martin, Frank Philadelphia
Mayo, Walter Philadelphia
McConaghy, Caroline . Philadelphia
Mcllvain, Cornelius . . . Philadelphia
Molitor, Tohn Philadelphia
Morgan, T. S Philadelphia
Murray, L. Walter ., Portland, Ore.
Oslen, R. L Philadelphia
Phelan, J. V Philadelphia
Powers, E. S Woodbury, N. J.
P.rentzel, D. A Philadelphia
Reeve, R. M Philadelphia
Rieger, H. E Philadelphia
Ring, J Philadelphia
Ritter, F. J Philadelphia
Russ, C. F Philadelphia
Schinommyer, W. G., .Philadelphia
Seeler, Edgar V Philadelphia
Shaef, Charles Philadelphia
Sheffler, J. F Reading, Pa.
Shepherd, J. G Philadelphia
Shuler, Clyde Philadelphia
Simon, Grant Philadelphia
Smith, Walter Bell Philadelphia
Smith, W. J Chicago
Stehle, C Philadelphia
Stratton, Richard Philadelphia
Talum, H Philadelphia
Thompson, William H., Philadelphia
Tiers, Walter H Philadelphia
Walton, H. L Philadelphia
Walton, W Philadelphia
White, Ralph E Philadebhia
Winter, R. C Philadelphia
Yardley, E. H Philadelphia
Yocum, Stanley Philadelphia
Zeigler, Chas. A Riverside, N. J.
Fauns, B. P.
Philadelphia ]\Iasagi, Hiromoto
St. John, Agnes Boston, Mass.
Reeves, Henry Philadelphia
Hemsing, William S., Souderton, Pa. Huth, J. C Philadelphia
Hennig, Charles Philadelphia Netzley, L C Ephrata, Pa.
Theis, C. W Philadelphia
Bachman. H. E Philadelphia
Carlson, F Philadelphia Koester, Louis Philadelphia
Cooper, E Philadelphia Patterson, George Philadelphia
Eraser, Donald Philadelphia Walmsley, J Philadelphia
Banner, Edward Philadelphia
Bateman, John . . . . Bridgeton, N. J.
Bauer, Charles J Philadelphia
Dalmasse, Romaine . . . Philadelphia
Demian, J Philadelphia
Deni, Frank Philadelphia
Dentzel, W Philadelphia
Franke, Charles Philadelphia
Kaufman, J Philadelphia
Lutz, C. A Philadelphia
Mensch, William Philadelphia
Remmlein, J Philadelphia
Ruckes, George Philadelphia
Ruppel, F. C Philadelphia
Segal, I Philadelphia
Stern, F. B Philadelphia
Schoch, J. E Camden, N. J.
X'ecchiolli, Donato .... Philadelphia
FURNITURE MAKERS AND DESIGNERS
Barber, John Philadelphia
Barber, J. Burton Philadelphia
Dewar, W. H Philadelphia
Evans, G. Gerald Philadelphia
Fava, Angelo Philadelphia
Foster, Ernst ..Grand Rapids, Mich.
Golz. Julius Philadelphia
Henshell, Fred Philadelphia
Smvser, D. H. .
Holt, William, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Krause, Louis Philadelphia
McDevitt, Ralph Philadelphia
Mercer, W. Harry Philadelphia
Mervine, Claude B., Pittsluirgh, Pa.
Nonnemaker, Tay Grand Rapids
Roberts, W. S Philadelphia
Smith, Oscar L Philadelphia
. . . .Dallas, Texas
Klotz. Geo. A Philadelphia Ramsden, J
Ritter, W. L
Adolphe, Albert Jean, . . Philadelphia
Anderson, J. W. . . Morristown, Pa.
Anderson, John W Philadelphia
Barrell, F. W Philadelphia
Barthmaier, H. C Philadelphia
Benner, C. A Philadelphia
Bergmann, Carolvn . . . Philadelphia
Bond, W. A. . . . ' Philadelphia
Brown, Elmers Philadelphia
Buryhof, Charles Philadelphia
Cave, Herbert E Baltimore
Chambers, M. Louise Cincinnati
Chew, Walter G Philadelphia
Clark, A. W Philadelphia
Cohen, Louis G Philadelphia
Cole, Marie Philadelphia
Craighill, S. Preston ...New York
Crooks, Emily S Philadelphia
D'Ascenzo, Nicola Philadelphia
Livengood, Francis H. . Philadelphia
Mertz, O. E Philadelphia
Luccereni, John Philadelphia
Lynam, Ethel Philadelphia
MacCartney, Francis . . . Philadelphia
MacGregor, N Philadelphia
Mann, Helen Philadelphia
Mather, William W Philadelphia
Melcher, George Pasadena. Cal.
McCarter, William, Jr. . Philadelphia
Nash, Carl E Pasadena. Cal.
Nelson, John Joseph. . . . Philadelphia
Norak. Joseph Philadelphia
Ohmer, Ralph Jersey City, N. J.
Orwig, Henry M St. Louis, Mo.
Paredes, Gregorio.Manila, Philippines
Power, Edith M...New York, N. Y.
Prichard, E. S Philadelphia
Pullanz, J Philadelphia
Deker, Joseph Philadelphia
Dean, Colin Philadelphia
Down, Ra3^mond Philadelphia
Ecob, Frances H. ..Flushing, N. Y.
Elter, Harry Philadelphia
Ely, Donald H Chicago, 111.
England, Russell Philadelphia
Ernst, Clara L Philadelphia
Fetherston, Florence C. .Philadelphia
Fisher, Edith Pittsburgh, Pa.
Friedman, Joseph Philadelphia
Gerber, Fred Philadelphia
Gerber, Philip Philadelphia
Goldberg, David Philadelphia
Gugert, George L...New York City
Hadley, Paul Indianapolis, Ind.
Hamilton, William . . . Pasadena, Cal.
Heberton, Harriet L. ... Philadelphia
Hemphill, Rebecca Philadelphia
Humma, John R....New York City
Inskip, William Buffalo, N. Y.
Jounce, Walter Philadelphia
Kaufmann, W Philadelphia
Keire, Henry Philadelphia
Keyser, Leon Philadelphia
Kier, Lynton H Philadelphia
Knowles, W. Irving. ... Philadelphia
Knox, Lena Pittsburgh, Pa.
Leuman, Edna Philadelphia
Littlefield, Spencer Philadelphia
Renner, Herbert Philadelphia
Rogers, A Philadelphia
Rowe, Charles Pittsburgh, Pa.
Rindskofif, Alexander C.New Orleans
Sheridan, Mark ...Los Angeles, Cal.
Sherry, M. V Philadelphia
Shisler, A. F Philadelphia
Shover, Lucy M. .. Indianapolis, Ind.
Shupert, Madissa Philadelphia
Sima, Frank A Philadelphia
Sprenkle, Arthur G. . Pittsburgh, Pa.
Stevens, Thos. George. .Philadelphia
Stout, A. H Philadelphia
Sutton, Daniel Everett. . Philadelphia
Taws, Louis J Philadelphia
Tajdor, Anna Philadelphia
Teupe, F. W Kansas City, Mo.
Thoma, Annabel L Philadelphia
\'an Artsdalen Philadelohia
Walton, F., Jr Philadelphia
W^aterman, Anna M. .. .Philadelphia
Wehner, Tony Philadelphia
Welker, Carl V New York
\\'enck, Charles S Boston, Mass.
Whitehead, Chas. V. ... Philadelphia
Willis, Charles Philadelphia
Wolters, R Philadelphia
Wood, Elizabeth Philadelphia
Ziegler, W. L Philadelphia
Zilinziger, Albert Philadelphia
Sparks, Will Philadelphia Sparks, William, Jr Philadelphia
Williams, John . . . .New York, N. Y.
DECORATIVE PAINTERS AND DESIGNERS
Bates, Aura A Philadelphia
Baxter, Reba Philadelphia
Bickle, Helen A Philadelphia
Cummings, H. N. . Washington, D. C.
Dantzig, M New York
Edwards, William Al. .. Philadelphia
Gillespie, Katherine .... Philadelphia
Grauer, William Philadelphia
Grim, W Philadelphia
Huntingdon. Airs. A. W., Philadelphia
Jones, Edith G Philadelphia
Kelly, Laura Philadelphia
Welker, Carl V.
Alehalck, S. T Philadelphia
Alolarsky, Alorris New York
Newman, W. Alaud ...Philadelphia
Nichulas, B. Ashmead. . Philadelphia
Padula, L Philadelphia
Piatt, Alarie S Nantucket, Mass.
Sauer, J. E. B.,
Shellburne Falls, Alass.
Smith, Edith Philadelphia
Trueblood, Sarah E. ...Philadelphia
Van Gelder, Peter Philadelphia
Warga. Ernest Philadelphia
DECORATIVE SIGN PAINTERS
BlankofiF, E Philadelphia
Feely, Morris New York
Hammerle, Carl Philadelphia
Herzberg, Charles Philadelphia
McLaughlin, O Philadelphia
Meagher, W. J Philadelphia
Norris, Frank Camden, N. J.
Thume, R Philadelphia
Woodward, Frank ..Cleveland, Ohio
Jackson, A. Ware ..Harrison, Ark.
Cannon, Florence V. ..Camden, N. J. Cochran, Mrs. W.
Cobden, Mrs. Nellie C, Philadelphia Roebeck, Elizabeth
Tri]iler, Louise Philadelphia
DESIGNERS (BANK NOTE)
Philadelphia Perrottet, Emile ..
DESIGNERS (BOOK COVERS)
Dees, H, P Philadelphia
Davis, W. S. ...
. .Bethlehem, Pa.
Blair, Florence. . . .Amsterdam, N. Y.
Baker, Raymond Philadelphia
Chalfin, J Philadelphia
Closkey, H. M Philadelphia
Davison, W Philadelphia
Diez, John Philadelphia
Fretz, John A Philadelphia
Fromuth, August Philadeljihia
Geiger, Nelson T Philadelphia
Hawkins, A. J Philadelphia
Jarvis, Owen Philadelphia
Kommer, John T Philadelphia
Mahan, Philip Bristol, Pa.
May, Anna K Philadelphia
AIc]\Ianus, Philip Philadelphia
Shultz, Louis Philadelphia
Steiger, W Philadelphia
Temme, J Philadelphia
Vickers, D. P Philadelphia
Weber, Carl Philadelphia
Weber, Harry Philadelphia
Williams, N. W Philadelphia
Cave, Edna Philadelphia
Crook, Gertrude M Philadelphia
Hartson, Sarah R Philadelphia
Howard, Mrs. N. C. ..Danville, Va.
Katz, Rosalind Philadelphia
Lippencott, Esther Philadelphia
Malan, Kathryn Philadelphia
Thoma, Corallie P. B. ..New York
Twaddell, Beatrice Philadelphia
Twaddell, Florence P. ..Philadelphia
Applegate, Jacob Philadelphia
Branin, Susie E Philadelphia
Cohen, Hattie Philadelphia
D'e Carlo, Jennie Philadelphia
Eagan, Mary C Philadelphia
Helmbold, Lillie M. . . . Philadelphia
Hobbs, Anna F Philadelphia
Lloyd, Eleanor Philadelphia
Long, Isabel Philadelphia
Marshall. George W. ...Philadelphia
Nolan, Mary C Philadelphia
Padgett, Anna L Bethlehem, Pa.
Pettit, Etta M Philadelphia
Prettyman, Jean Philadelphia
Roberts, Dora S Philadelphia
Schraum, Alice Philadelphia
DESIGNERS (GAS FIXTURES, ETC.)
Floriot, E. C Philadelphia
Klein, Max New York
Kornbau, Kennard J., New York City
Krayer, J. Frederick ...Philadelphia
McKeiage, R Philadelphia
Mitchell, Edw. P Philadelphia
Reynolds, Vincent Philadelphia
Thaleg, Oscar Philadelphia
Walsh, W. E Boston, Mass.
Washington, Elizabeth F.,
Walters, John Philadelphia
Wolters, Herman Philadelphia
Yardley, Horace Boston, Mass.
Zimmerman, William . . .Philadelphia
Bates, William H Philadelphia Conner, B. T Philadelphia
Bowman, C. H Philadelphia Dannerth, C. A Philadelphia
Carroll, Benjamin Philadelphia De Armond, F. L Philadelphia
Euget, J. M Philadelphia
Gentsch, M. F Philadelphia
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Hutton, F. B Philadelphia
Kane, H. J Doylestown, Pa.
Kelly, John Philadelphia
Kutchera, H Philadelphia
Lang, William Philadelphia
Lawson, David Philadelphia
Lederman, J. M Philadelphia
Ludell, Harold Philadelphia
Martin, William S Philadelphia
Mellon, William S Philadelphia
Oberlander, Robert S. ..Philadelphia
O'Brien, F Philadelphia
Offenhauer, W Philadelphia
Bailey, Walter Philadelphia
Blaetz, Gertrude Philadelphia
DePlanque, Carl Philadelphia
Donnelly, J. F Philadelphia
Ebert, William Philadelphia
Foulkrod, Helen Philadelphia
Geckler, E Philadelphia
Geckler, Laura Philadelphia
Hansell, Alargaret ....Philadelphia
Head, Mabel Philadelphia
Ogier, Victor Philadelphia
Ott, Frederick Adams, Mass.
Potteiger, Anna Philadelphia
Pugh, Geo. W Philadelphia
Rodenboch, F Philadelphia
Ruby, Edna B Chicago, 111.
Savournin, B. H Philadelphia
Seitzer, G. A Philadelphia
Shover, Edna M. .Indianapolis, Ind.
Sickels, W. H Philadelphia
Shiels, Thomas Philadelphia
Shinle, John Philadelphia
Snyder, A. F Philadelphia
Steck, E. A Philadelphia
Stoertz, A Philadelphia
Yundt, Charles Philadelphia
Kiehl, Nettie E Philadelphia
Murray, Harry Philadelphia
McArthur, J. E Philadelphia
Pollard, H Philadelphia
Schnauffer, William .... Philadelphia
Smith, Walter Philadelphia
Soderland, B. I Philadelphia
Straughan, Evelyn G. . . Philadelphia
Wurtz, Anna Philadelphia
Zothe, W. R Philadelphia
Anderson, Florence ...Philadelphia
Ashworth, Handel Philadelphia
Bickel, A. Clifton Philadelphia
Braid, Mary Philadelphia
Brodhead, H. J Philadelphia
Carman, Milton Philadelphia
Geckler, Viola M Philadelphia
Goll, J Philadelphia
Hardy, H. W Philadelphia
Hermann, F. F Philadelphia
Huff, Charles D Philadelphia
Inman, R. B Philadelphia
Kirmse, F Philadelphia
McGinley, J. W., Jr. ... Philadelphia
Petzold, A Philadelphia
Rosmer, \V. J Philadelphia
Schnitzler, W. G Philadelphia
Siegfried, R Philadelphia
Simpson, J. M Philadelphia
Stevenson, G. A Philadelphia
Furman, Margaret D. H., Philadelphia Lutz, Ella New York
DESIGNERS (MUSIC COVER)
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