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Interior decorator

Jane Campbell Bannerman, American interior decorator. Recipient Design award Newark Museum, 1920, Design award Mallinson Silks, 1930; named Volunteer of Year Hospital for Special Surgery, 1975. Active women's auxiliary Hospital for Special Surgery, New York City, volunteer library; Member Allied Board Trade.

Background

Bannerman, Jane Campbell was born on March 15, 1910 in Elizabeth, New Jersey, United States. Daughter of Edward and Pauline (Darrach) Campbell.

Education

Degree in Advertising Illustration, Parsons, New York City and Paris, 1930.

Career

Designer Contempora Company, New York City, 1930-1933, William Wertheim Company, New York City, 1933-1934. Secretary to art director Delineator magazine, 1934-1936. Interior decorator McMillen, Inc., 1936-1939, 82-83.

Private practice interior decorator, 1962-1982, 83—. Part-time instructor dance, New Jersey, 1932-1933.

Membership

Active women's auxiliary Hospital for Special Surgery, New York City, volunteer library. Member Allied Board Trade. Clubs: Cosmopolitan (New York City), Princeton of New York (New York City).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Painting, travel, volunteering.

Connections

Married Charles Scott Bannerman, September 17, 1938 (deceased September 1976). 1 child, Ann McDonald Bannerman Bowes.

father:
Edward Campbell

mother:
Pauline (Darrach) Campbell

spouse:
Charles Scott Bannerman

child:
Ann McDonald Bannerman Bowes Bannerman