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Architect & Engineer, December 1938, p. 42.
Fellowship Park House as it was known recursed its way though publication and exhibited throughout the 1938. Making the cut in Architect & Engineer's December issue (see). responsible for Harris's 1937 Clark House commision in Carmel through Jean that Harris one-man shows and exhibitions were arranged at Los Angeles City College, Washburn College Art Department in Topeka, Kansas, California Graduate School of Design in Pasadena aka Pasadena Art Center, Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles aka early proto feminist art school and early incanration of cal arts, Scripps College in Pomona, Chaffee Junior College in Ontario, UCLA and New York Museum of Modern Art's "Three Centuries of American Architecture", which was worked on by Elizabeth Mock, soon-to-be sister-in-law to William Wurster. Fellowship Park was undoubtedly included in all of these 1937-39 shows. Furthermore, the client of Harris's masterpiece, Weston Havens, selected Harris after viewing his Fellowship Park project on display in 1939 at the Museum of Modern Art. (Harwell Hamilton Harris by Lisa Germany, p. 85) As well as John Entenza. Ensuring Harris's legacy for posterity, MoMA curator Elizabeth Mock included Fellowship Park again in her 1944 exhibition and book “Built in USA” since 1932- 1944, pp. 34-5 after the Harris’s had moved to New York in 1943 (see below).

Harell Hamilton Harris, House in Fellowship Park, 2311 Fellowship Parkway, Los Angeles, California, 1935 in Built in USA Since 1932, by Elizabeth Mock, Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1944, pp. 34-5.

"House in Fellowship Park, Los Angeles 1936," The Modern House in America by James Ford and Katherine Morrow Ford, Architectural Book Publishing Co., New York, 1940, pp. 54-55.

Another major boost for the Harrises was to again see their beloved Fellowship Park in the pages of James Ford and Katherine Morrow Ford's influential and prestigious 1940 The Modern House in America (see above). The Fords likely heard of Harris through their connections with Wurster, Bauer and her sister MoMA curator Elizabeth Mock and/or had been following his works noteriiety involving the Lowe House and its blantent plagiarism in CA&A and/or Architectural Forum. They also included Harris's 1938 Bauer House in the book. In answer to the author's request "to send brief statements indicating at what points American work n modern design and construction departs from European methods and may be termed distinctly American" Harris submitted the following,
Ibid, p. 125.
For much more on the Harwell Hamilton Harris saga, especially his relationship with John Entenza,  refer to "California Arts & Architecture: A Steppingstone to Fame:Harwell Hamilton Harris and John Entenza: Two Case Studies". I also highly recommend The Organic View of Design.  "With the exception of his mentor, Richard Neutra's 1929 Lovell Health House, never has a singular project advanced a career as much as Harwell Hamilton Harris's and Jean Murray Bangs's award-winning 1937 Fellowship Park House".