November 1961
New Yorker;11/11/1961, Vol. 37 Issue 39, p162
The article focuses on a sculptered head of a cadet, which was moulded out of chopped chicken livers. The sculpture was featured at an open house party for the baby of Joan and Ted Field at their home in Culver, Indiana, where they invited several friends from the Culver Military Academy. The epaulets of black olives were placed on the shoulder, the mouth was made of red olives and the plumed hat was made of egg white and black olives.


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