Collection consists of diaries, journals, letters, sketches, notes, designs, a photograph of illustrator Lucille Webster Holling,
Webster family papers, and a plaster cast of husband Holling Clancey Holling by LCW.
Lucille Webster Holling was born on Dec. 8, 1900 in Valparaiso, IN; attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in
Chicago, where she met Holling Clancy Holling; designed theatrical scenery and costumes, and drew for fashion publications;
married Holling in 1925; designed for drama dept. on the first University World Cruise, 1926-27; with Holling, produced national
advertising art and foreign travel brochures; Lucille illustrated a number of books and together they illustrated textbooks;
among the Hollings's joint publications are
The Book of Indians (1935) and
The Book of Cowboys (1936); moved to California, and worked with her husband on books; in 1951 she designed and oversaw the construction of their
studio residence in Pasadena. She died on 31 December 1989.
3 linear ft.
(6 boxes. 1 oversize box.)
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