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  • The Iroquois Theatre Fire

    The Iroquois Theatre Fire

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    Chicago, December 30, 1903.  Fire, smoke and chaos caused by fear, killed over six hundred soles today at the new Iroquois Theatre on Randolph Street. That’s the way the lead story in the Chicago Sun-Times began on the morning of December 31, 1903.  A grusome story of death and suffering that need not have happened.…

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Negative Space is not a common expression, but art students around the world understand it and it is frequently a standard “assignment” in art classes. Artists who use “negative space” learned most of what they know from Clarence Coles Phillips, a postcard artist who was part of the art department at Life magazine where he introduced the “fadeaway girl.” Holy ($$$) dollar signs.

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