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Eve Curie

Eve Curie, French writer, lecturer. Decorated Chevalier Legion of Honor, France, Polonia Restituta, Poland, Croix de Guerre, France. Served as officer women's division French Army.


  • Curie, Eve was born on December 6, 1904 in Paris. Came to the United States, 1941. Daughter of Pierre and Marie (Sklodowska) Curie.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Sevigne College. Bachelor of Philosophy, Sevigne College. Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary), Mills College, 1939.

      Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary), Russell Sage College, 1941. Doctor of Letters (honorary), University Rochester, 1941. Doctor of Letters (honorary), Hartwick College, 1983.


    • Pianist, Paris, 1925. Music critic Candide (weekly journal). Special advisor Secretary General, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 1952-1954.


    • The Autobiography of Madame Curie (Chinese Edition)
    • This book collects the two autobiographies of Madam Curie and Pierre Curie The former is the only autobiography of Madam Curie, recurring her love in science and her perseverance, conquering of unimaginable adversities and achieved an extraordinary life.
    • Madame Curie: A Biography
    • Madame Curie: A Biography by Eve Curie with frontispiece illustration translated by Vincent Sheean published by International Collector's Library, American Headquarters, Garden City NY this book measures approx 8 1/2" by 5 3/4".
    • Madame Curie
    • Geautoriseerde bewerking uit het Fransch van Willy Corsari / / Biographies and Autobiographies / Nederlands / Dutch / Néerlandais / Niederländisch / hard cover / 14 x 21 cm / 406 .


    Served as officer women's division French Army.


    • Married Henry Richardson Labouisse, November 1954 (deceased 1987).
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    Born December 6, 1904
    Died October 22, 2007
    (aged 102)
    • 1939
      Mills College
    • 1941
      Russell Sage College
    • 1941
      University Rochester
    • 1983
      Hartwick College
    • 1925
      Paris, Kentucky, United States