Kate Bond

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  • Bacon
  • Kate Bacon Bond
  • Bond
  • Frederic William Bond (born circa 1892)
  • Frederick N. Bond (born circa 1918)
  • November 18, 1890
  • Topeka, Kansas
  • January 1976
  • Thousand Oaks, California
  • 1900 census;  1266 Topeka Ave., Topeka, Kansas

    1910 census:  1313 Topeka Ave., Topeka Kansas (her maternal grandmother Mary A. Boggs ag 72 widowed living with family)

    1918: 6033 Ellis Ave., Chicago, Illinois

    1920 census: 2068 Birchwood Ave., Chicago, Illinois with husband Frederick Bond

    1923-June 1936: 899 Ash St, Winnetka (IL),

    1930 census: he does advertising sales promotion for radio; they  have Kittie Williams, negro, servant probably 45 years old, widowed
  • 1921-1928: Chicago and Winnetka, Illinois
  • 1918: 1039 Fine Arts Building, Chicago, Illinois
  • Miniaturist, Painter-Oil, Watercolorist
  • School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
  • Array
  • 1917: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    1917: New York, New York

    February 14-March 17, 1918: Sixth Annual Exhibition by the Chicago Society of Miniature Painters. Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; Portrait; A Boy

    1918: First Exhibition of Work by the Alumni of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; Young Officer; Winifred Bosworth; St. Laurent, Grenoble, watercolor; St. Frambourg, Senlis, watercolor; Cypress Trees, Monterey St. Mark’s Venice, watercolor; Jessie , watercolor

    1921: Chicago Society of Miniature Painters, Art Club, Chicago, Illinois

    1926: Annual Exhibition of Works by Chicago and Vicinity Artists, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL

    1929: 5th Annual Exhibition, North Shore Art League, Winnetka (IL),

    1930; North Shore Art League, Community House, Winnetka, Illinois

    May 27-October 31, 1933: An Exhibition of Miniature Paintings by Living Artists, Century of Progress General Exhibits Building, Graphic Arts Pavilion, Chicago, Illinois; A Yellow Gown; Charles Ulrich; In an Old Fashioned Gown; and, Marcia Anne Megowen
  • Chicago Society of Artists

    Chicago Society of Miniature Painters (founding member)

    North Shore Art League; director 1931
  • Teacher

    writer

    1934: Illustrated A Little History about a Great City by Frederic William Bond