DINNER TO SENATOR CLARK.
A dinner was given in honor of Senator W. A. Clark by the Art Committee of the Union League at the clubhouse last night as a mark of appreciation for the loan exhibition of the Senator's pictures which recently closed there. Among the other guests were Mark Twain, Frank R. Lawrence, President of the Lotos Club; George R. Sheldon, Robert C. Ogden, and Albert H. Wiggin.
There were thirty canvases in Senator Clark's exhibit, representing $1,000,000
in value. The members of the Art Committee who gave the dinner were Col. H.
B. Wilson, Herbert S. Carpenter, Paulding Farnham, Thomas E. Kirby, Col. Harrison
K. Bird, and A. A. Anderson.
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