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New York 1939 World's Fair Architect To Speak Friday

"The World's Fair" Will Be Talk Subject of Designer


Gilmore P. Clarke, nationally known New York landscape architect and a member of the Board of Design of the 1939 World's Fair of New York City will speak on "The World's Fair" in Hunt Hall at 8:15 o'clock Friday.

Among Mr. Clarke's recent associations of note have been the West Side Improvements in New York City, the Henry Hudson Parkway, the Westchester Park System, and the Century of Progress Exposition of 1933 in Chicago.

Earlier in the same evening Mr. Clarke will be guest of honor at a supper banquet tendered him by the Lopiarian Club of the School of Design.

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