Biography: Cornelia Greenough's illustrations appeared in books and magazines during the early 1900s. She also exhibited her work in the annual exhibitions at the Pennsylvania Academy and served on a committee there that administered the Thouron Fund to aid needy artists. She was active in church and charitable work. She established a memorial prize for the outstanding public school student in mechanical drawing in honor of her brother, Grafton Greenough, who was vice-president of the Baldwin Locomotive Works. She lived in Philadelphia until her death in 1949.