Short history of the Jumble Shop restaurant by one of its proprietors, Frances Russell. The restaurant was very involved in the New York arts community, hosting exhibits and counting many artists among its clientele. Russell mentions that the dining room featured windows painted by Louis Bouché and murals by Guy Péne du Bois.
The Jumble Shop: 20th anniversary, 1942. Miscellaneous printed materials collection. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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