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The group had up to 25 members over its lifetime, including Jerry Bywaters, Thomas M. Stell, Jr., Harry P. Carnohan, Otis M. Dozier, Alexandre Hogue, William Lester, Everett Spruce, John Douglass and Perry Nichols. The group's range of practices included painting, printmaking and sculpture.
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The group's core consisted of nine men who had applied to decorate the Hall of State in 1936: Jerry Bywaters, Thomas M. Stell, Jr., Harry P. Carnohan, Otis M. Dozier, Alexandre Hogue, William Lester, Everett Spruce, John Douglass and Perry Nichols. Other members in the 1930s and 1940s included Charles T. Bowling, Russell Vernon Hunter, Merritt T. Mauzey, Florence McClung, Don Brown, and Lloyd Goff. The group's range of practices included painting, printmaking and sculpture. Works by many of these artists are held at the Bywaters Special Collections at Southern Methodist University.