1883: graduated Kalamazoo High School, Kalamazoo, Michigan
1883-1886: Museum School of Fine Arts School, Boston, Massachusetts
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1904: Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, Missouri
January 28-February 28, 1904: Annual Exhibition of Works by Chicago Artists, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; decorative panel: Ivanhoe; four watercolor illustrations for The Star Fairies and Other Fairy Tales by Edith Ogden Harrison; two watercolor illustrations for Coquo and the King’s Children by Cornelia Baker
January 29-February 24, 1907: Exhibition of Works by Chicago Artists, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois: “Then Garlands They Brought Her”, illustration; “Robin Hood He Led About”, illustration; “Godspeed! Godspeed! said Robin Hood, illustration; “They Fought with Maight and Main”, illustration
1908: Exhibition of Works by Chicago Artists, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois: Robin Hood ballads (4), illustrations
Perkins, Eleanor, Ellis. Eve Among the Puritans: A Biography of Lucy Fitch Perkins, 1956.
Todd, Pamela: “Lucy Fitch Perkins,” in Schultz, Rima Lunin and Adel Hast, eds. Women Building Chicago, 1790-1990: A Biographical Dictionary, Bloomington, IN: University Press, 2001.
Chicago Woman’s Club, Chicago, Illinois
League of Women Voters, Evanston, Illinois
Midland Authors Club
Evanston History Center, Evanston, Illinois
circa 1886-1887: illustrations for education materials for Louis Prang Educational Company,
1887-1891: Art teacher, Pratt Institute, New York, New York