Published September 1, 1921
Whitney Museum founder Gertrude Whitney was an internationally recognized sculptor. Her later works were frequently designated public memorials, including the Titanic Memorial in Washington, D.C., and dozens of war memorials in the United States and Europe. Photograph by Kadel & Herbert from the September 1921 Vanity Fair.
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