Born in Sacramento, CA on March 6, 1897. Mytinger studied at the Cleveland School of Art, Art Students League of New York City, Gloucester Summer School, Colorado Springs School of Art, and privately with William J. Edmondson.
While based in California during the 1920s-1950s, she traveled extensively in the Pacific where she illustrated for Margaret Mead and authored two books entitled Headhunting in the Solomon Islands (1942) and New Guinea Headhunt (1946). She wed George Stober and lived in Monterey, CA until her demise on November 3, 1980. Exhibited: Los Angeles CountyMuseum of Art, 1930. Works held: Hearst Museum (UC Berkley).
Source: Edan Hughes, "Artists in California, 1786-1940"Who's Who on the Pacific Coast
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