Isamu Noguchi (1904-1988) ‘… was a prominent Japanese American artist and landscape architect whose artistic career spanned six decades, from the 1920s onward. Known for his sculpture and public works, Noguchi also designed stage sets for various Martha Graham productions, and several mass-produced lamps and furniture pieces, some of which are still manufactured and sold…’
Isamu Noguchi was a friend of homeopath and Swedenborgian Charles Samuel Mack, who offered him a home at 212 Maple Street sometime in 1921-22 (Masayo Duus, Peter Duus, The Life of Isamu Noguchi: Journey Without Borders, (Princeton University Press, 16 Oct 2006). Page 90.
Isamu Noguchi was also a student of Gutzon Borglum, who was the son of homeopath Jens Borglu (Jens changed his name to James Miller Borglum and practiced in Freemont Nebraska) (Dan Simmons, Black Hills, (Quercus, 1 Jan 2011). Page 211).