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Caroline Peddle Ball

 (1869 - 1938)
Caroline Peddle Ball was active/lived in New Jersey, Indiana.  Caroline Ball is known for child and religious figure sculpture.

Biography  
Caroline Peddle Ball


Ball, Caroline (Peddle)   (1869-1938)

Sculptor.  Born Terra Haute, Indiana, November, 1869; daughter Charles Rugan and Mary E. (Ball) Peddle. Educated public schools in Terra Haute, Art Students League* of New York. Married New York, 1902 Bertrand Emery Ball.

Executed Victory in quadriga on U. S. Building at Paris Exposition, 1900; Mary Lawrence Eliman Memorial, Flushing, Long Island; Memorial Covels, Grace Church, Brooklyn, New York.

Source:
Leonard, John William (editor) Woman’s Who’s Who of America: A Biographical Dictionary of Contemporary Woman in the United States and Canada. 1914-1915.
 
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About  Caroline Peddle Ball

Born:  1869 - Terre Haute, Indiana
Died:   1938
Known for:  child and religious figure sculpture