Eva Scott Fenyes (1849-1930) was an artist who spent more than thirty years traveling from San Diego to Sonoma, California
to preserve the history and aesthetic beauty of her surroundings through her artwork. She moved to Pasadena, California circa
1896 where assisted with the founding of the Pasadena Emergency League in 1910 and the Pasadena Music and Art Association
in 1912. She was also an active member of the Landmarks Club of California and the Southwest Society. This collection consists
of Eva Scott Fenyes correspondence as well newspaper articles she collected. The material spans from 1904-1928.
Eva Scott Fenyes (1849-1930)
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