FRANCES (Fannie/Fanny) SOULÉ CAMPBELL (1860-19??) was born in September on a plantation in the Black Warrior Valley outside of Mobile, Alabama. According to the U.S. Census of 1870 and 1880, she resided in Mobile with her Tennessee-born mother, Joanna, and her Scottish-born father, James, who was employed as a river pilot.
She received her art education in New Orleans and at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. She moved to San Francisco from Washington D.C. in 1895, established a studio-residence at 808 Van Ness Avenue and eventually an independent atelier at 1114 Post Street. Miss Campbell soon relocated to 1243 Leavenworth Street and then to 231 Post Street, the former loft of Edwin Deakin. From the U
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