Although she did not become a doctor or scientist as did many of her relatives, she graduated from the Collège Sévigné in Paris, where she obtained two bachelor's degrees, in Science and Philosophy, in 1925. She was also an excellent pianist and gave many concerts in Europe.
In 1937, Madame Curie, a biography she wrote, was published. For this biography, Eve won the third annual National Book Award for Non-Fiction. In 1943. her book was dramatized in a movie of the same name starring Greer Garson.
Eve married Henry Richardson Labouisse, Jr. on November 19, 1954 in New York, New York, USA. They had no children.
Eve died on October 22, 2007, in Manhattan and was buried at Metairie Cemetery in New Orleans.
See the Wikipedia article for information about her life: Eve Curie.
↑ 1.01.1 Acte de naissance: Acte #2550, Naissances 1904 Paris XIIIème, Archives de Paris en ligne cote 13N 174 vue 30, Mar 2018
Find A Grave: Memorial #22456774, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 07 March 2018), memorial page for Eve Curie (6 déc, 1904–22 oct, 2007), citing Metairie Cemetery, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, USA ; Maintained by Find A Grave .