Summary: Curriculum vitae; 18 letters, mostly from representatives of art organization, galleries and museums; a letter from Evans's daughter, Barbara Ferrell-Hero, enclosing an essay she has written about abstract art; 34 exhibition catalogs and announcements; clippings; and a file on the Washington Workshop Center for the Arts. Also contains material on Evans's daughter, Barbara Ferrell-Hero, including a resume, photographs, writings, and printed material.
Painter and printmaker; Washington, D.C. Evans's daughter, Barbara Ferrell-Hero, is a painter also.
Donated 1978 by Lucile Evans.
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Lucile Evans papers, 1931-1967. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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