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Family Sheet

HUSBAND
Name: Edward Alan Caress Note Born: (suppressed / living) Married: (suppressed / living) Died:
WIFE
Name: Virginia Bayard Fonda Note Born: (suppressed / living) Married: (suppressed / living) Died: Father: Bayard Pintard Fonda Mother: Sophia Bainbridge
CHILDREN

NOTES
1). b. NE 1940 US Federal Census, Columbus, Platte Co., NE res. Rochester, NY res. Falls Church, VA res. Baltimore, MD res. Annandale, VA graduate of Dartmouth College and University of Rochester with PhD www.fonda.org
2).  b. OH  1940 US Federal Census, Towson, Baltimore Co., MD  Virginia B Fonda, b. 1937, OH, Daughter, Bayard P, Sophia B    Florida State Census, 1867 1945   Name   Virginia B Fonda, Age  8, Gender  Female, Race  White, Birth Place  Ohio, Est.Birth Year  abt1937, Census Year  1945, Locality  Precinct 21a, County  Volusia   res. Ruxton, MD  res. Salisbury, MD  graduate of Bryn Mawr College, Harvard University and University of Rochester with PhD in Nuclear Physics  Thesis  Univ.of Roch. PhD   Caress, Virginia Bayard Fonda   Some Nuclear Reactions of Copper 63 with 60 to 420 MEV Protons. 1964. Source  Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume  25 05, page  3054.    Diminutive Dimensions on display Art Instituteand Gallery  s Winter Members   Show in Salisbury continues   By Ursula Ehrhardt    Diminutive Dimensions,  the Art Institute and Gallery  s Winter Members   Show, features nearly 70 works, primarily in two dimensional media, by 30 artists. ...  Other notable works include Tuve Tuvesson  s lifesize  Horseshoe Crab,  a relief sculpture in copper and stainless steel of a blue crab attached to an actual horseshoe  and Virginia Fonda  s tiny oil painting of farm buildings,  FirstSnow,  which measures just 1 by 2 inches. These are only a few examples of an interesting group of  small  works with a big impact.     www.fonda.org

						

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