Maud Hayes Stick

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Maud Hayes Stick

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About the Collection

Maud Hayes, also known as Ada Maud Hayes, was born in 1889. At the age of 18, she began working as an artist's model at Howard Pyle's art institute in Wilmington, Delaware, where she became one of Pyle's most sought after models. It was here that she met illustrator and writer Frank Stick in 1906 at a party hosted by one of Pyle's students. Maud and Frank were married in 1908. The couple permanently relocated to the Outer Banks of North Carolina in the late 1920s.

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Charlotte "Lottie" Hayes Correspondence, circa 1918-1936

Charlotte "Lottie" Hayes Correspondence, circa 1918-1936

165 pages: 82% transcribed, 18% needs review
Maud Hayes Stick Correspondence from European Vacation, 1954

Maud Hayes Stick Correspondence from European Vacation, 1954

63 pages: 83% transcribed, 17% needs review
Maud Hayes Stick Correspondence to Frank Stick, 1931-1944

Maud Hayes Stick Correspondence to Frank Stick, 1931-1944

63 pages: 90% transcribed, 10% needs review
Maud Hayes Stick European Diary, 1954

Maud Hayes Stick European Diary, 1954

166 pages: 81% transcribed, 19% needs review
Maud Hayes Stick General Correspondence, 1925-1949

Maud Hayes Stick General Correspondence, 1925-1949

91 pages: 70% transcribed, 30% needs review
Maud Hayes Stick General Correspondence, 1950-1965

Maud Hayes Stick General Correspondence, 1950-1965

126 pages: 90% transcribed, 10% needs review
Maud Hayes Stick General Correspondence, 1966-1972

Maud Hayes Stick General Correspondence, 1966-1972

120 pages: 86% transcribed, 14% needs review
Maud Hayes Stick General Correspondence, undated

Maud Hayes Stick General Correspondence, undated

61 pages: 90% transcribed, 10% needs review
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