Elizabeth (Oldaker) Seargeant
(1884 - 1975)
Elizabeth (Oldaker) Seargeant was active/lived in Arizona, Missouri. Elizabeth Seargeant is known for landscape painting, museum founder.
Biography Elizabeth (Oldaker) Seargeant
The following information is from the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records and relates to the Elizabeth Seageant Oldaker's Induction in 1989 into the Arizona Hall of Fame.
Elizabeth Seargeant was born in Marshall, Missouri on October 7, 1884 and moved to Phoenix as a small child with her mother, Mrs. M. E. Seargeant, and two brothers in 1893. She attended grade school at the old Central Avenue School (where the San Carlos now stands) and Phoenix Union High School. The next few years were filled with art classes at the Throop Institute in Pasadena, travel and study in Europe and Art School in Los Angeles. Then in 1913, she married Dr. Emery E. Oldaker, D.V.M., head of the U.S. Bureau of Animal Husbandry in Arizona.
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