Annie Ware Sabine

“SIEBERT, Annie Ware Sabine (Mrs. Wilbur Henry Siebert),  182 W. Tenth Av., Columbus, Ohio.

Born Cambridge, Mass.; dau. Hylas and Anna (Ware) Sabine; grad. Ohio State Univ., A.B. (Phi Beta Kappa) ’84, M.A. (in literature) ’86; Mass. Inst. of Technology, B Sc. (in physics); m. Marysville, Ohio, 1893, Wilbur Henry Siebert (prof. European history, Ohio State Univ.).  Miniature portrait painter; work accepted in the exhibitions at the Am. Soc. of Miniature Painters, N.Y. City, and of the Pa. Acad. of Art, Philadelphia.  Favors woman suffrage; mem. College Equal Suffrage Ass’n, Columbus, Ohio.  Congregationalist.  Sec. Columbus Home and School Ass’n, to improve the conditions of child life in Columbus by fostering co-operation between the home and the school.  Mem. University Women’s Club.”

Source:  Woman’s Who’s Who of America, Vol. 1, by John William Leonard, The American Commonwealth Co, New York, 1914, page 745


Annie Ware Sabine — 1 Comment

  1. We could take a lesson from this lady who received an exceptional education, contributed and got involved.


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