Katherine (Kathryn) Arnquist (January 26, 1904 - August 4, 2001) was an American public school teacher. Born in Wisconsin, Arnquist graduated from the University of Wisconsin Madison in 1926 and taught art at Hibbing High School in Hibbing, Minnesota. In 1929 Arnquist helped create a pictorial map of The Arrowhead region of Minnesota. She married Dr. Charles Bane, becoming Katherine Arnquist Bane, and the couple moved to Duluth. Then they moved to Virginia, Minnesota, where Dr. Bane taught philosophy and psychology at Virginia Junior College. Her husband died in 1963 and afterward she split her time between St. Paul and Birch Point on Lake Vermilion.