(1855 - 1915)
Sara B. Gamble was active/lived in California, Arizona / Canada. Sara Gamble is known for Portrait Painting.
Biography Sara Gamble
Mrs. Gamble, aunt of artist John Marshall Gamble, ran Quincy Seminary in Santa Cruz from 1883 to 1889 and later lived in San Francisco.
An ad for her Quincy Seminary announces “Unusual advantages are also offered for acquiring proficiency in Pencil and Crayon Drawing, Pastel, Water Colors, and Oil Painting” and it appeared in Southern Pacific Railway, Santa Cruz & Monterey Illustrated Handbook, SF: 1880, page number not visible.
“Moves Quincy Hall Seminary,” Santa Cruz Daily Surf, July 10, 1883, p. 3, col. 3.
“Quincy Hall Seminary Moves San Francisco,” per Santa Cruz Sentinel, July 14, 1883, p. 3, col. 5.
History of the Van Ness school (i.e. Quincy Seminary) – per The Bay of San Francisco, the Metropolis of t
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