Johnston, Alva; Smith, Fred
January 1940
Saturday Evening Post;1/20/1940, Vol. 212 Issue 30, p9
Profiles prodigy Orson Welles from the U.S. Abilities of Welles when he was still ten years old; Reason of psychologist F. G. Mueller for bringing the prodigy in a psychological laboratory in Madison, Wisconsin in 1925; Criticism he made on the methods of teaching art at the Washington School in Madison during his fourth grade.


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