Written by Emily Rose Burt; Illustrated by Clara Miller Burd. 16 page booklet appears to be an advertising booklet for Elk Laundry Company, St. Featured on the Cover and on page #7 by itself with a poem.BIRDS OF A FEATHER FLOCK TOGETHER. Its fun to wear "fine feathers" and. Pretend I'm someone great and grand. The geese and goslings seem to know. Just how to play that way, and so.
Born in Patchogue, New York. 1890 graduate of Patchogue Union High School.
Pupil of Courtois at the Colarossi School in Paris, also studied at the Chase School and National Academy of Design in New York. In addition to illustrating childrens books, she designed magazine covers, painted portraits of children, and designed and executed numerous stained-glass memorial windows. The Artist and Child; Exhibition of childrens books and original illustrations from the John D. The only woman who designs and builds stained glass windows is Miss Clara M. Two hundred of her designs in church windows are scattered all over the country.She works with her men in the factory and directs the cutting and leading of the glass. Jackson Daily News (Newspaper) (Jackson, Mississippi) 03 Jun 1915. Miss Clara Miller Burd, of 45 Myrtle Avenue, for 19 years a resident of Montclair, died at Community Hospital on Saturday. Miss Burd was born in New York City, but spent her girlhood at Patchogue, Long Island, the old home of her mother, Amelia Roe Burd. After graduating from the high school, she studied at the National Academy of Design, New York, where she was an honor student. She also was chief artist in the J. Lamb Company, and the Church Glass and Decorating Company of New York. Her windows are in many important churches throughout the country. Of recent years, she turned her attention to illustration, specializing in books for children. She was an enthusiastic Sunday school worker and built up notable departments in the First Congregational Church and Pilgrim Chapel, Montclair. For the last few years she was head of the junior department in the Verona Congregational Church, where her brother, Rev. Funeral services were held yesterday at the home, Rev.
The interment was at Patchogue. The Montclair Times (Newspaper) (Montclair, New Jersey) 14 Nov 1933. The item "ORIGINAL Illustration BIRDS OF A FEATHER FLOCK TOGETHER Clara M. Burd" is in sale since Monday, September 2, 2019. This item is in the category "Art\Paintings".
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