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 Virginia Wealthy Chandler Titcomb  (1838 - 1912)

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Lived/Active: New York/Illinois      Known for: bas relief sculpture, painting, writing

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Virginia (Wealthy) Chandler Titcomb, had an A.M. in Sculpture (bas-relief) and was a painter and writer. She was born at Otterville, IL on December 5, 1838 and was the daughter of Hiram and Juliana (Humiston) Chandler.  She was married to John Abbot Titcomb.

Mrs. Titcomb exhibited at the National Academy of Design (N.Y.). and was a contributor to Harper's Bazar, Demorests, Brooklyn Eagle and other magazines.

She founded (1884) and was president of the Patriotic League of the Revolution for many years. She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution (#14287) and also a member of the Sorosis Club (the first professional women's club in the United States organized in New York City in 1868).

Virginia lived at 101 Lafayette Ave. in Brooklyn for many years and died in Rockville Centre, Long Island on February 16, 1912 age 73 years. Mrs. Virginia Chandler Titcomb is buried in Green-Wood cemetery in Brooklyn, NY.

Submitted by Robert Keough, Professor Emeritus, Rochester Institute of Technology.  He wrote: "Most of this information is from: Artists Year Book for 1905 - 06  by Arthur Nicholas Hosking


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