Ve Elizabeth Cadie
Career[edit | edit source]
She worked as an illustrator for the P. F. Volland Company and Rand McNally & Company, and as a designer for W. S. George Pottery Company, where she was responsible for the "Calico" design. Her images appeared on the cover of magazines like Child Life in the 1930s. In articles about design for the home, she was described as a "prominent designer",, "whose originality is causing quite a stir in art and industry".
Selected works[edit | edit source]
- Merryman, Mildred Plew, and Ve Elizabeth Cadie. Bonbon and Bonbonette. Chicago: Rand McNally & Co., 1924. OCLC 1057432653
- Muter, Gladys Nelson, and Ve Elizabeth Cadie. Two Wooden Soldiers and a Hobby Horse. Joliet, Illinois: P. F. Volland Co, 1924. OCLC 173512178
- Campbell, Ruth, and Ve Elizabeth Cadie. The Cat Whose Whiskers Slipped: And Other Stories. Joliet, Illinois: P. F. Volland Co, 1925. Republished by Wise-Parlow Company in 1938. OCLC 5957166
- Campbell, Ruth, and Ve Elizabeth Cadie. The Turtle Whose Snap Unfastened. Joliet: P.F. Volland, 1927. OCLC 14103176
- Hankins, Maude McGehee, and Ve Elizabeth Cadie. Daddy Gander. Joliet: P.F. Volland Co., 1928. OCLC 15805865
- Warde, Margaret, and Ve Elizabeth Cadie. Biddy and Buddy's Holidays. New York: D. Appleton, 1930. OCLC 22981028
- Cadie, Ve Elizabeth. The ABC Circus. 1932. OCLC 179257593
References[edit | edit source]
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- Ancestry.com. New York, New York, Death Index, 1949-1965 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017.
- "Cadie, Ve Elizabeth Library of Congress/NACO ISNI : VIAF ID: 58911323 (Personal)". Viaf.org. Retrieved 18 December 2018.
- Ryan, Mary (10 December 1932). "Gift Trays That Carry More Than Good Wishes". The Palm Beach Post. West Palm Beach, Florida. p. 7. Retrieved 15 December 2018.
Among the newer trays the most popular designs follow the modern trends. Of these two especially interesting ones are illustrated ... Ve Elizabeth Cadie, whose originality is causing quite a stir in art and industry, designed the motifs first for luncheon doilies in vivid modern colors of blue, green, red or black on white.
- "Bright Yuletide Decorations Make Home Sparkle Like Santa's Eyes". Bradford Evening Star and The Bradford Daily Record. 21 December 1938. p. 9. Retrieved 15 December 2018.
Ve Elizabeth Cadie, prominent designer, created this jolly cardboard Santa Claus who comes ready to be cut out.
- "Holiday Tables Have New Ideas About Decorations". The Star Press. Muncie, Indiana. 17 December 1938. p. 7. Retrieved 15 December 2018.
But most colorful and appealing of all is the new Santa Claus cut-out shown above ... a rollicking, gnome-like fellow designed by Ve Elizabeth Cadie, illustrator of children's books.
- Cadie, Ve Elizabeth (8 September 1933). "Even Calico May Give Us Ideas For China - Modern Designers Are Much Freer in Their Use of Odd Motifs for China Decoration". Middletown Times Herald. Middletown, New York. p. 11. Retrieved 15 December 2018.
- "Handle construction patent US2540075A". patents.google.com. Retrieved 15 December 2018.
- "Coffee Pot USD144354S". patents.google.com. Retrieved 15 December 2018.
- Catalog of Copyright Entries. New Series: 1938-1939, Part 1. p. 8. Retrieved 25 November 2018.
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