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Grantwood was an artist's colony established in 1913 by Man Ray and Samuel Halpert and became the artistic center for a collective known as the "Others" group of artists.[7][8][9] The colony consisted of a number of clapboard shacks on a bluff. Some names of the streets in this part of Ridgefield Heights � Sketch Place, Studio Road and Art Lane � pay homage to Grantwood's history.[10] The first issue of The Glebe, a literary magazine, was published at the colony in 1913.[11] In 1915, Alfred Kreymborg launched Others: A Magazine of the New Verse with Skipwith Cannell, Wallace Stevens, and William Carlos Williams. Along with works of the founders it published work of Maxwell Bodenheim, Mina Loy, Marianne Moore, Ezra Pound, Carl Sandburg, among others.[12][13] Walter Conrad Arensberg was influential in supporting the colony. Grantwood was an artist's colony established in 1913 by Man Ray and Samuel Halpert and became the artistic center for a collective known as the "Others" group of artists.[7][8][9] The colony consisted of a number of clapboard shacks on a bluff. Some names of the streets in this part of Ridgefield Heights � Sketch Place, Studio Road and Art Lane � pay homage to Grantwood's history.[10] The first issue of The Glebe, a literary magazine, was published at the colony in 1913.[11] In 1915, Alfred Kreymborg launched Others: A Magazine of the New Verse with Skipwith Cannell, Wallace Stevens, and William Carlos Williams. Along with works of the founders it published work of Maxwell Bodenheim, Mina Loy, Marianne Moore, Ezra Pound, Carl Sandburg, among others.[12][13] Walter Conrad Arensberg was influential in supporting the .

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