A close friend of the Hewitt sisters, Constance Parsons Hare was an advisor to the Cooper Union Women’s Art School and became Chair of the Cooper Union Museum after Sarah died in 1930. She also helped establish Cooper Union’s Au Panier Fleuri, an early model of an American museum shop. Hare was the daughter of Cooper Union trustee, John Edward Parsons, and married to lawyer Montgomery Hare.

We have 43 objects that Mrs. Montgomery Hare has been involved with.

We know 4 people that Mrs. Montgomery Hare is related to.

  • Advisory Council
  • Founded 1907.
  • Founded to provide advice and funding for the museum’s collections.
  • This person is a organization of Montgomery.
  • This person is involved with 14518 objects in our collection.
John E. Parsons
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    • This person is a parent of Montgomery.
    • This person is involved with 1 object in our collection.
    • Sarah Cooper Hewitt
    • American, 1859–1930.
    • A dynamic personality with an educated eye for design.
    • This person is a friend of Montgomery.
    • This person is involved with 7874 objects in our collection.
    • This person is a friend of Montgomery.
    • This person is involved with 7079 objects in our collection.

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