Iva Kitchell-Webster Papers, 1947-1984.


Iva Kitchell-Webster Papers, 1947-1984.

The collection consists of materials collected and created during her career as an artist and dancer, as well as some materials acquired after her retirement in 1957. Also included are reproductions of her husband's artwork in postcard prints depicting street scenes and Kitchell-Webster in various poses.

1 box (0.5 linear ft.)


SNAC Resource ID: 7133267

University of Central Florida, UCF

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Kitchell-Webster, Iva, 1908-1983.

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Iva Kitchell-Webster (1908-1983) led a successful career as a dancer parodying various classical and modern dance styles. She began dancing at the age of 3 and had her own dance troupe at age 12. Early in her career she began to spoof all the aspects of modern dance, the Zeigfield era, and traditional dances she found ridiculous. Described as a unique artist, Ms. Kitchell-Webster was the only performer who made a whole career of traveling the world performing her dance satires. In 1933, she marr...

Webster, Stokely (American painter, born 1912)

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