Lula Ameen Papers
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This collection consists of photographs, slides, letters, cards, invitations, sketches, books, lists, clippings, wood prints, ephemera, and one scrapbook relating to the career and personal life of Lula Ameen. These include materials relating to her career as an art teacher and professor, her personal artwork, her travels, and her family and friends.
- Ameen, Lula, 1921-1992 (Person)
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Physical rights are retained by Nicholls State University. Copyright is retained in accordance with U.S. copyright laws.
Lula Ameen (1921-1992) was born in Raceland, Louisiana. She was the daughter of Said Ameen (originally of Lebanon) and Mary Edward Ameen. She graduated from Raceland High School in 1938 as her class salutatorian and went on to earn her B.A. (1970) and M.A. (1972) from Nicholls State University. While earning her degrees, she taught art at Raceland High School and Raceland Junior High. She taught art at Nicholls State University from 1972 to 1989, retiring as an associate professor in 1989. The art gallery in Talbot Hall on the Nicholls State University campus was named in memory of Ameen in 1993.
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- Lula Ameen Papers
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