Industrial Art: How It Is Advanced By Art Education: An Address At The 45Th University Convocation Of The State Of New York, In The Senate Chamber, ... Afternoon, October 18, 1907 (Classic Reprint).pdf
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By: George Frederick Kunz (Author)
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These lists that have been very courteously furnished by Hon. G. B. Cortelyou, Treasurer of the United States, and statistics given by Hon. H. Von Meyer, Postmaster General, Show that the United States government issued in the fiscal year ended June 1907, coins, bills, postage stamps, postal cards, and stamped envelopes: in other words, a total of coins, bills, postage stamps, postals and stamped envelopes in a single year. It requires but a glance to Show that if the government would spend per year on an artistic rendition of these objects, much could be done in an artistic way by this expenditure.
The following recommendations were prepared by a committee of the American Numismatic Society, of which the writer was chair man, and were presented to President Roosevelt for his considera tion, with the hope of formulating a method to permanently obtain the best results.
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