Isable Lopez de Fages wrote the introduction and descriptions in the book of Eva Scott Fenyes paintings
Thirty-two Adobe Houses of Old California published in 1950. This manuscript collection contains information on almost all of the Fenyes paintings, as well as all
of Lopez de Fages' drafts, correspondence, and notes. Materials in this collection are dated from 1935-1949.
Isabel Lopez de Fages (1902, July 23 - )wrote the introduction and descriptions in the book of Eva Scott Fenyes paintings
Thirty-two Adobe Houses of Old California. Lopez de Fages also contributed historical articles to the Los Angeles Times and other publications. She was one of the Native
Daughters of the Golden West, and served as Chairman of Hostesses at the Casa de Adobe of the Southwest Museum. In 1925, she
married Aphonse B. de Fages, a California native of Spanish and French descent.
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