SPEAKING OF PICTURES...
. . . CONGRESSMEN TAKE TIME OFF TO SHOW THEIR ART WORK
MRS. WILLIAM B. BANKHEAD, widow of the late Speaker of the House and the stepmother of famed actress Tallulah, stands beside the sculptured head of her husband. She made the bust shortly before Mr. Bankhead died in 1940. REP. BROOKS HAYS of Arkansas (below) painted the view overlooking the plaza from a window in his Washington office.
REP. WALTER HORAN of Washington grins proudly beside his bas-relief, pine wood carving of a father reading to his pajama-clad son at bedtime. The admonitory legend framed at upper left of the wood plaque is one of the proverbs from the Old Testament.
JOSEPH CLARK BALDWIN, "silk-stocking" representative from New York, shows off Upper Park Avenue. It was done in shades of tan and red. Mr. Baldwin's New York home is on lower Park Avenue, a much swankier neighborhood than one he painted
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