Maud Miles

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  • Maud
  • Maple
  • Miles
  • David Anderson Miles, civil engineer; married 1894 died 1904
  • February 11, 1871
  • Chariton, Iowa
  • May 9, 1944
  • Wilmette, Illinois
  • 1894-1901, 1902-1920: Kansas City, Missouri

    1920-1923: Washington, D.C,

    1923: Macomb, Illinois

    1927: Forest Park, Illinois

    1928: Chicago, Illinois

    1930-1937: Oak Park, Illinois

    1937: Mansfield, Ohio

    1938-1940s: Evanston, Illinois

    1940s-1944: Wilmette, Illinois
  • 1880-?: Chicago, Illinois
  • Etcher, Painter-Oil, Sculptor
  • before 1894, 1901-1902: School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
  • about 1908-1909: summers in Denver, Manitou and Colorado Springs, Colorado

    Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, California
  • Array
  • 1893: World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, Illinois

    1904: Kansas Building, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, Missouri

    1907: Annual Exhibition of Water Colors, Pastels and Miniatures by American Artists, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

    Artists of Kansas City and Vicinity

    Chicago Academy of Fine Arts, Chicago, Illinois

    Chicago Society of Artists, Chicago, Illinois

    National Sculpture Society, Baltimore, Maryland

  • Smithsonian Collection, Washington, D.C.
  • 1903-1920: art teacher, Manual Training High School, Kansas City, Missouri


    invented a method of scientifically correlating scales of music and color (copyrighted and published 1922)
  • father: William Henry Maple, lawyer, author and editor and Juliette Walker Fuller Maple

    ill as a child, so early education from private instructors; then attended West Division High School