IOWA WOMEN’S ARCHIVES

UNIVERSITY OF IOWA LIBRARIES

IOWA CITY, IOWA

 

 

 

TITLE:»EVE DREWELOWE (1899-1988)

SUBTITLE:»

»PAPERS, DATES:»1924-1995

»QUANTITY:»2.5 linear feet

 

 

 

 

ACQUISITION:

The »papers (donor no. 260) were donated by »Department of Art and Art History at the University of Iowa in 1996.

ACCESS:

The »papers are open for research.

COPYRIGHT:

»Copyright has been transferred to the University of Iowa.

REVISION:

Kären Mason, November 17, 1998. [Drewelowe.doc]

 

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Box no.           Description

 

Box 1

Historical (family and schooling)

Family history and official documents (2 folders)

Early examples of drawings (juvenile)

Example of college coursework

 

Autobiographical

Notes for autobiography (3 folders)

Resumes

 

Grants and Awards

Correspondence and papers concerning awards

Papers concerning the grant from the Boulder Arts Commission, 1981

Correspondence and papers concerning the inclusion of Drewelowe's biography in reference books such as Who's Who

 

Correspondence

Drewelowe

Family

Friends

 

Box 2

Exhibits

New York exhibits (2 folders)

Art works

Van Ek

 

Exhibits

Lists of artwork

Catalogs and invitations for solo exhibits

Catalogs and exhibits from group exhibits (2 folders)

 

Box 3

Catalogs for National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors 1939, 1940s

"Independent Spirits: Women Painters of the American West, 1890-1945." Autry Museum of Western Heritage, Los Angeles, December 1995-January 28, 1996.

Significant Colorado Women Artists, 1989

"Inter-urban Motor-man, " 1938 [poster shelved in map case: drawer 2]

 

Health

Miscellaneous papers concerning Drewelowe's health

 

Manuscripts

By Drewelowe

Journals volume II-III

Transcription of journals volumes II -III

Writings on Russia

"Women's Dress/Greek Classical"

Transcripts of autobiography

M.A. thesis, 1924

"Realistic Representation"

"Sketching Trip Around The World"

Cubism

By others

"Drawing" by Cummings

"Linguistic Sexism. Politics, and Proper English," by Elizabeth Moen

Transcript of lecture on Eve Drewelowe by Hauck

Transcript of oral history on Drewelowe, 1979

 

Box 4

"Eve Drewelowe: The Transition of a Social Realist to an Abstract Painter," 1989

Information and photographs of 629 13th Street residence, 1978

Biographical diary by Dr. Carnes

 

Notes about Art

Notes about Art

Drewelowe's personal file of clippings

 

Organizations and Associations

Papers concerning associations and memberships

Papers concerning Boulder Artists Guild (2 folders)

Papers concerning Artists Equity Association

 

Reproductions of Art

Reproductions of Drewelowe's work

 

Travel

Travel brochures (folder 1)

 

Box 5

Travel brochures (folder 2)

Correspondence (3 folders)

1928 itineraries

Journals and notes

Transcripts of journal entries (2 folders)

Notes and papers

Various postcards

Box 6

State University of Iowa (now the University of Iowa)

Correspondence and papers concerning 1944 gift of Drewelowe's paintings to the State University of Iowa

Correspondence and papers concerning the State University of Iowa

 

University of Colorado

Correspondence concerning the University of Colorado

 

Jacob Van Ek

Papers related to Van Ek

Publications and Ph.D. thesis

Honorary Degree from the University of Colorado, 1965

 

Box 7

Document files 1995 [reproduction of Drewelowe's works with accompanying documentation] (4 folders)

Notecards of Eve Drewelowe paintings

Photographs

Album

Box 8

Albums (2 volumes)

Photographs [found in album]

 

Box 9

Oversize:

Scrapbooks

1927-1959 (1 volume)

Box 10

1950-1966 (1 volume)

 

Box 11

Folder #1: photocopy of scrapbook

Folder #2: photocopies of loose items found in scrapbook

 

Exhibit by Monica DeMott: "Eve Drewelowe: A Life in Art," 1996 [captions and selected panels from this exhibit at the Iowa Women's Archives, 1996-1998]