Portrait of Jack Jones, 1919

Szukalski, Stanislaus
Dill Pickle Club Records, Newberry Library.

A portrait of Jack Jones by Polish immigrant artist Stanislaus Szukalski. A Canadian by birth, and a one-time labor organizer, Jones managed the Dill Pickle Club in Chicago from 1914 to 1931. His friend and collaborator Szukalski, who maintained a studio nearby, was a modernist painter and sculptor and part of the city's bohemian cultural scene. The portrait appeared in an article about Jones by the novelist Sherwood Anderson (image #137).

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Source:
Midwest MS Dill Pickle, Box 3, Folder 47
Date:
1919
Subjects:
Amusements Dill Pickle Club Immigration
Places:
Chicago (Ill.)
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