Size: 0.7 Linear feet
Summary: The papers of muralist and educator Lucile Lloyd (1894-1941) measure 0.7 linear feet and date from circa 1880 to 1991, with the bulk of the material dating from 1920-1941. Papers document Lloyd's career through biographical material and a sketch, correspondence, negatives of works of art, printed material, a proposal, reproductions of works of art, and four scrapbooks.
Lucile Lloyd (1894-1941) was a muralist and educator in Los Angeles, California. Lloyd painted murals for the Works Progress Administration's Federal Art Project, including three murals in the assembly room in the state building in Los Angeles, California, and other murals throughout California at locations including Griffith Park Observatory, South Pasadena Junior High School, Queen of Angels Church, and the State Capitol in Sacramento. Lloyd also taught at the Stickney Memorial Art School in Pasadena.
Donated 1999 by the Norman Neuerberg Trust. Norman Neuerberg, an art historian and professor of art, specialized in the missions of North America and Southern California art, and received the papers from a friend of Lucile Lloyd.
Additional papers of Lucile Lloyd can be found in the Architecture and Design Collection. Art, Design and Architecture Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara
Processing of this collection received support from the Smithsonian American Women's History Initiative.