Primarily correspondence concerning her weaving and exhibitions, her contributions to periodicals on weaving and textile arts,
and her search for newly developed fabrics as weaving materials.
Lea Van Puymbroeck Miller was born in Oswego, Oregon, on May 2, 1898 of Belgian parents. She received a BFA and MFA from the
University of Washington in 1924 and 1934, and at various points between and after these degrees worked privately with a number
of sculptors and designers. Before coming to the University of California, Berkeley, Miller taught art and design in Seattle
high schools and at the University of Washington.
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