Tuesday, November 03, 2015
The Meeting That Saved Modernism
You're probably wondering how San Francisco streetcar consolidation in the 1890s helped make modernism happen, and speculating on how much of the legendary Paris of the 1920s would have disappeared if Michael Stein, Gertrude's older brother, hadn't shaken railroad magnate Collis Potter Huntington's hand firmly and without perspiration.
Find out in a short essay I wrote for Partisan, "The Meeting that Saved Modernism," available online!
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