Her work, like that of these others (Elizabeth Shippen Green, Charlotte Harding, Sarah Stilwell Weber, Wuanita Smith, and Ida Dougherty, for example) was characterized b a decorative quality. She did illustrations, including covers, for Country Gentleman, Scribner’s, Ladies’ Home Journal, Saturday Evening Post, and Collier’s. She was married to Henry F. Wireman.

In a letter to Richard Lykes on January 21,1947, she reminisced about Howard Pyle and gave, as an example of the fact that he demanded full-time concentration of his students, the story of a girl who was refused admission to his class at Drexel because she was working part-time for the Campbell Soup Company.