Prizes were awarded Saturday by the Artists' Week Association for the best windows shown during the Chestnut Street Art Exhibition. The prizes were awarded on the basis of the window making the most artistic presentation of the work, either painting or sculpture, lent to the merchants during the week. J. E. Caldwell & Co., Juniper and Chestnut Sts., was awarded second prize and a silver medal. This award was based on the showing of "Inspiration of Music," by Georgianna Brown Harbeson. Honorable mentions were awarded to S. Kind & Sons, 1110 Chestnut St., jewelers and silversmiths, showing "Winter Landscape," by John H. Folinsbee; "Petunias," by Joseph Sacks; "The Old Lady," by Ralph McLellan; and J. E. Limeburner & Co., 1720 Chestnut St., opticians, showing "Agnes," by Robert Henri; "The Shopping District," by Nancy Ferguson; "Seascape," by Fred Harer, and "The Fountain" and "The Spinning Wheel," by Alex Blum.
Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 3rd May 1922