Louise Mary Arnold was born in Oklahoma in 1891. Arnold was teaching in Henry, Missouri in 1910. During the 1920s and 1930s she taught art at Redlands (CA) High School. Her pupils included Lee Blair and Phil Dike. The latter described her as, "Always dressed in a three-cornered hat, somber black dress, and heavy shoes, she looked like Washington crossing the Delaware."
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