(1904 - 2003)
Lee Langenohl Chubb was active/lived in Missouri. Lee Chubb is known for music, abstract, landscape, prints.
Louise "Lee" Langenohl Chubb was born in Saint Louis in 1904. Her father was August Langenohl, a percussionist with the Saint Louis Symphony. Chubb became a jazz enthusiast as the genre was being born in the city. Some of her most popular compositions are of jazz ensembles.
Chubb received a Bachelor's degree in General Education from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1928. She then commenced a 20-plus year career teaching history and biology in Saint Louis public schools. In 1941 she began designing and creating candles. Their popularity resulted in a successful commercial endeavor. Jaccard's and the Minna Elman Gallery in Saint Louis and America House in New York contracted with Chubb for many years.
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