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Not much can be found about Anna Parkman Osgood online. Below are facts gleaned with links to source.
Anna Parkman Osgood (1865– 1935) ( https://www.incollect.com/articles/american-impressionism-in-a-new-york-townhouse_1)
Platt designed Blendon Hall for artist Anna Parkman Osgood, originally of Boston, who was married to New York City real estate developer Frederick S. Culver. (http://articles.courant.com/2012-10-06/business/hc-moving-out-lyme-estate-20121006_1_gardens-lyme-art-association-connecticut-river)
"...she was born in 1865 and passed in 1935 and most of her work was done in New York. In 1912 Anna did a painting called Woman in Green and that was one of many Boston School paintings. ...Another painting of hers is called "CHOIR BOYS" BY ANNA PARKMAN OSGOOD. Oil on canvas, 24 x 14 inches." http://www.justanswer.com/1a52-antiques/6dy9o-old-watercolor-framed-glass-titled-unconquerable.html