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Buk Ulreich attended the Kansas City Art School and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. He came to New York in 1915 and worked for a year before spending time in the army. He returned to New York in 1923. He designed murals in Chicago in 1924 and exhibited at the Art Director’s Club, Anderson Galleries and the Dudensing Galleries. He was a WPA artist and his work includes wall hangings for the Chicago Temple Building, marble mosaics for the Century of Progress Expo, Chicago and murals at Radio City Music Hall.

July 1937
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