Writings by Lois
“Not only did Jones continually update her teaching methods with new techniques, novel materials and experimental processes, she also published exhibition reviews, lectured widely and conducted research abroad.  This aspect of her pedagogy, reflecting a teacher who was always eager to learn, affected her own working method and kept the look and feeling of her paintings fresh, undaunted, and ever-changing.”
— Cheryl Finley, Assistant Professor in the History of Art Department at Cornell University, 2009
Art/Exhibitioins Programs and Materials

Ten Afro-American Artists of the Nineteenth Century, 1967
African Negro Art, 1953
African Negro Sculpture, 1957
The Negro in Western Art 1500 to the Present, 195
African Contemporary Art, 1977
Various Caribbean artists 197 4
New Vistas in American Art, 1961
Survey Number One: Visual Metamorphosis in Painting, 1959
An Exhibition of Haitian Art, 1974
Various exhibitions of James Porter, 1930-1970
Labor and Release: Works in Stone, Wood and Mixed Media, 1980
Howard University Art Gallery invitations, 1932 and 1972
Art Department exhibition announcement materials, 1939-1960
Howard University Art Gallery programs, 1939-1980
Faculty exhibition price list, 1989
Howard University Art Gallery permanent holdings list, 1966
Howard University Art Gallery painting various listings, n.d.
Institute for the Arts and the Humanities, ca 1970
Various Howard University events, 1944-1975
Farewell Program of Appreciation in honor of Dr. Vada Butcher, 1991
Howard University: Legacy of Leadership, 1997
Charter Day Convocation, 1978
Seventy-Seventh Annual Commencement, 1945
One Hundredth and Nineteenth Convocation, 1987
A Tribute to the Memory of Professor William Leo Hansberry, 1972
Colloquium in honor of Distinguished Faculty, 1977

Essays on Various Topics

African American Artists, partial copy, n.d.
The African Cultural Presence in America, n.d
The African Influence of Afro-American Art, n.d.
Afro American Artists, n.d.
Afro-American Women Artists biographies, n.d.
Afro-American Women Artists in New York Life and History, Apri11, 1984
Afro-American Painting and Sculpture, 1976
Allan Crite, n.d.
American Negro Art in Progress, 1967
Art - A Strong link to Interracial Tolerance, n.d.
Art in Haiti, 7 copies, 1968
Art Education - Past and Present, n.d.
The Art of Alma Thomas, n.d.
The Art of Archibald Motley, n.d.
The Art of Hale Woodruff, n.d.
The Art of Hughie Lee-Smith, n.d.
The Art of Jacob Lawrence, n.d.
The Art of Romare Bearden, n.d.
The Art of Sam Gilliam, n.d.
The Art of William Edouard Scott, n.d.
The Art of William H. Johnson, n.d.
The Art Movement in Haiti, n.d
Biographies on Black artists, draft, n.d.
Black Women in The Visual Arts: A Comparative Analysis, 1976
Black Art What Is It?, draft, n.d.
The Black Woman Artist - Her Vision and Stature, (2 copies) n.d
A Brief History of One Industry, n.d.
Caribbean and Afro-American artists, n.d.
Caribbean and Afro-American female artists, n.d.
Caribbean and Afro-American artists, biographies, n.d.
Celine Tabary, n.d
Contemporary Art in Africa, in French, n.d.
Contemporary African Art, in French, n.d.
Contemporary the art of Haiti, in French, n.d.
Contemporary Haitian Artists, April 1969
The Correlation of Visual Arts and Design with Music and Drama, n.d.
Emile Bernard, Founder of Symbolism, in Modem Painting, n.d.
Final Report African Artists interviews, 1975
Focus on Haiti, 1977
Gustave Courbet by Marcel lahar, reviewed by LMJ, Summer 1951
Haitian Art research notes, n.d.
Haitian Artists, draft notes, n.d.
The Haitian Ceramic Celebrates Twenty Years, April 19, 1965
Horace Pippin, 1948
The Influence of African on Afro-American Art, (5 copies), n.d.
The Influence of African on Afro-American Art, December 1976
Interview notes, n.d.
Jamaican Art Since 1930, n.d
Joseph Cadet Jerimie, Haiti's Pioneer Pressman and Descendant of Dusable, March 10, 1958
Laura Wheeler Waring: Portrait Painter, Winter 1947
Lillian Evanti, n.d.
LMJ speeches, on note cards, 1960s-1970s
LMJ lecture notes on 50 years as an artist
LMJ short statements, n.d.
Les Cahiers D'Haiti Presentent Une Exposition De Peinture, November 1944
Lois Mailou Jones L' Academie Julian, 1937-1938, n.d
Lois LMJ Reports on Her Recent Study of Contemporary Art in Africa,
Mask Making, n.d., student paper
Max Ewald, n.d.
Mother Africa, n.d.
My Tribute to James Wells, n.d.
My Life as A Painter, draft, n.d.
Negro Art Steps Forward, 1935
The Negro in Art, n.d.
The Negro in Music and Art, n.d.
New Vistas in American Negro Art, n.d.
One Black Artist Looks at A Century of Black Art, n.d
Origins of Five Poems by Alfred Tennyson, ca. 1930s (student paper)
Reflective Movement, n.d.
A Review of Haitian Art, 1974
Reviews and Previews from Art News, 1951-195
Robert M. Douglass, Jr., n.d.
Second Movement, partial, n.d.
Society's Responsibility to the Artist, (3 copies) n.d.
Talented Youths: Encouraged to Major in Art, ca. 1968
A Tribute to Arts in Americas: An Exhibition of Haitian Art, n.d
A Tribute to the Founders of the Barnett Aden Gallery: James Herring and Alonzo Aden, n.d.
Various article drafts, n.d.
Vineyard to exhibit in Japan, n.d.
The Visual Arts, Black Arts Review, July-August 1979
Visual Black Arts: A Contemporary Haitian Artists, lecture and notes, n.d.
Washington Afro-American Artists Today, n.d.
Watercolors, 1938
Women in Art, Afro-American and Caribbean, n.d.
The Woman Artist, n.d.