Hand Cut Silhouette

hdc silhouetteThis is a silhouette of my mother, Harriet Duncan Claycomb, done in the mid 1930s.  I cannot find any reference to Hungarian Village, although I’m sure it’s in the USA, not really in Hungary.


4 thoughts on “Hand Cut Silhouette

  1. Might it have been a “Hungarian Village” at a World’s Fair? There was one in Chicago, 1933-34, named “A Century of Progress” though a quick look on the internet doesn’t produce any info on an officially-listed Hungarian Village. I wonder if Helen had one done at the same time?



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