Lois Mailou Jones papers, 1920-1998.


Jones, Lois Mailou. Lois Mailou Jones papers, 1920-1998.

Lois Mailou Jones papers, 1920-1998.

Bulk of the materials document the professional life of Jones in the role of artistic mentor and Howard University faculty member.

ca. 80 linear ft.

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Elizabeth Catlett (b. Apr. 15, 1915, Washington, DC–d. Apr. 2, 2012, Cuernavaca, Mexico) was the granddaughter of freed slaves and a graduate of Howard University. She studied with artist Lois Mailou Jones and philosopher Alain Locke at Howard and also came to know artists James Herring, James Wells, and art historian James A. Porter. Catlett was a graduate student at the University of Iowa and studied drawing and painting with Grant Wood and sculpture with Harry Edward Stinson. Catlett graduat...

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Dunham, Katherine

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Legendary dancer, choreographer and anthropologist Katherine Dunham was born June 22, 1909, to an African American father and French-Canadian mother who died when she was young. At an early age, Dunham became interested in dance. However, she did not seriously pursue a career in the profession until she was a student at the University of Chicago.During her studies, Dunham attended a lecture on anthropology, where she was introduced to the concept of dance as a cultural symbol. Intrigued by this ...

Porter, James F.

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Woodruff, Hale, 1900-1980

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Driskell, David C.

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d. June 9, 1998. From the description of Artist file : miscellaneous uncataloged material. (Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)). WorldCat record id: 122311085 African American woman artist, of Washington, D.C.; b. 1905. From the description of Lois Mailou Jones papers, 1943-1990. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70949653 African American female visual artist, educator, scholar, and mentor; served as professor of art at the Howard Univ. College of Fine Arts from 1...

Donaldson, Jeff, 1932-....

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Clinton, Hillary Rodham.

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The address, given on the 30th anniversary of the Comer School Development Program at the Yale School of Medicine, was part of a symposium titled Child Development: The Foundation of Education. The symposium celebrated the Comer School Development program, established in 1968 by Dr. James Comer to promote collaboration among parents, educators and the community. From the description of Address by First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton commemorating the Comer School Development Program, Sc...

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Howard University. Dept. of Art.

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