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Grace Helen Talbot

 (born 1901)
Grace Helen Talbot was active/lived in Massachusetts.  Grace Talbot is known for sculptor-mythology figure.

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Grace Helen Talbot

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Grace Helen Talbot, 1901-1971, a granddaughter of Massachusetts Governor Thomas Talbot, was a prizewinning sculptor in the early 20th century.

She received a prize in sculpture from the Architectural League of New York in 1922, and a medal from the National Association of Women Artists in 1926.



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About  Grace Helen Talbot

Born:  1901 - North Billerica, Massachusetts
Known for:  sculptor-mythology figure