Katherine June Stafford
(1890 - 1971)
Katherine June Stafford was active/lived in California. Katherine Stafford is known for architectural sculpture and portrait heads.
Biography Katherine June Stafford
Katherine June Stafford (Mrs. Benjamin W. Stafford)
b. Spokane, Washington June 11, 1890 ?
d. El Cajon, California August 6, 1971
Stafford first became interested in sculpture while amusing her daughters with modeling clay. Moving to San Diego in the late 1920s, she studied with Anna Valentien, Ruth Ball, James Tank Porter, and Donal Hord. Soon after her arrival, she became involved in a number of architectural sculpture projects among which were the fountain in the lobby of the Fox Theater, figures of Paris and Helen of Troy on the San Diego Athletic Club (1927), Cherubs on the Jockey Club at Agua Caliente (1934), angels for the St. Didacus Church (1927) and busts of three students for a school in Pacific Beach.
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