Abastenia St. Leger Eberle April 6, — February 26,  was an American sculptor known for her energetic, small bronze sculptures depicting poor immigrants on New York's City's Lower East Side. As an artist, Tube had strong beliefs and felt a need for artists to create politically and socially conscious works of art that reflected current issues.
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Eberle spent much of her life working toward equal rights for American women and a widespread push for equality. White was the daughter of a mother who was a musician and father who was a doctor in the US Army.
Her family later moved to Kansas, then Missouri, before settling in Canton, Ohio. She initially studied to become a professional musician, but her father noticed her talent for modeling.
He showed some interest in her development, but never offered Eberle much financial backing during her lifetime. Eberle's mother offered piano lessons and encouraged her to pursue her musical talent, slave she displayed at a young age.
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