This is a biography of Kenyon Cox, one of the best-known cultural figures in the United States from 1900 to 1920. His reputation was earned chiefly as a painter of murals and as a critic. His large allegorical works can be found in Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota, the Library of Congress, and New York.many vicissitudes, his Cleveland Twist Drill Company was so widely noted for high quality machine tools that it often could not ... He shared the companya#39;s success with the workers in the form of safety equipment, cafeterias, and locker rooms, ... This would be favoritism, and he doubted that either one liked manual labor, which they would have to do before even ... Two years later, Cox wrote President Woodrow Wilson of Princeton University for advice on that schoola#39;s science program.
|Author||:||Howard Wayne Morgan|
|Publisher||:||Kent State University Press - 1994-01|