Portrait of a girl
The helpless ones
Decorations for an imaginary ballet
In preference to appending a critical article on the life and work of Joseph Stella, reproductions of whose paintings are presented in this issue, and whose Brooklyn Bridge appeared in our first issue, we have decided to print the following speech, verbatim, delivered by him at a recent gathering of artists in New York.
Paragraphs concerning the Princess Vehana
Tlic impression of a Frenchman 011 reading Our America, by Waldo Frank, published by Boni and Liveright, New York, and by the Nouvelle Revue Française. Paris.