The Iowa State Fair Salon | River City Art and Music
In 1926, Iowa author Ruth Suckow wrote in American Mercury that a collective psychological malady afflicted her native state. Iowa had acquired “a timid, fidgety, hesitant state of mind” about cultural and intellectual matters, the result of decades of dependence upon New England for guidance in religion, learning, and the arts. It was not that … Continue reading The Iowa State Fair Salon →