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Local Artist Wins Fame by Portrait

Local Artist Wins Fame by Portrait
Oakland Cal Enquirer
August 8, 1912
Berkeley, CA

BERKELEY, Aug. 8. — Frances Soule Campbell, [text mising] was for a number of years a resident of this city and won fame as an through her portraits of noted men, has achieved new laurels in New York through her completion of the head of ‘Abdul Bába, of the Bahá’í faith.

Abdul Bábai has millions of followers in the last few years. The latest work of art of Miss Campbell was drawn from life, and the leader of the new cult has pronounced it the finest likeness of himself ever produced. The work created a sensation when placed on the market in New York.