Featuring two large drawings of an ideal Harvard School of Architecture, an exhibition of the students' work in the School of Architecture opened yesterday at Robinson Hall Annex. The display, including water-color paintings and drawings of all kinds, represents the best work of all three classes of the school, and of its graduate students. The public is invited to attend the showing any time within the next week.
The pictures of the ideal school, which is portrayed as being on the bank of the Charles River, were executed by W. J. Hutchausen for his master's thesis. Three large drawings of proposed buildings for the center of the Chicago World Fair show an interesting departure from ordinary types. The still life paintings exhibited are the work of talented students, while many of the architectural drawings were made to fit actual problems. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has cooperated with the school in carrying out these projects.