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Lawler, Kathleen

 Person

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

John Raphael Covert Papers

 Collection
Identifier: JRC
Abstract The painter John Raphael Covert was an active participant in the American avant-garde art movement between 1915 and 1923. He later became a traveling salesman for his family's Vesuvius Crucible Company and pursued his intense interest in cryptography, word games and magic squares. The John Raphael Covert Papers consist of the artist's correspondence, word and number puzzles (such as anagrams, acrostics, and riddles), financial records, photographic portraits, and a few sketches. Approximately...
Dates: 1919-1976, undated

Lawler, Kathleen, 1943-1949

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: Letters between Covert and Kathleen Lawler, Nona Lawler Mackie, and D. J. White. Most letters are in regards to personal issues, such as the health of Covert and his family and friends. Some letters mention art exhibitions and Covert's paintings.
Dates: 1943-1949

Photographs, circa 1919, undated

 Series
Scope and Contents Prints (primarily copy, but two vintage) and negatives of photgraphs taken by John Covert. The photographs are primarily of female models posed either in the artist's studio or outside in a park. Includes several detail shots of shoes and feet, as well as a handful of nudes. Covert's models include Kathleen Lawler, and perhaps Clara Tice and Beatrice Wood.
Dates: circa 1919, undated