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Mary Antoine de Julio, German Folk Arts of New York State, exh. cat. (Albany Institute of History and Art, 1985) 9 (ill.).
Mary Antoine de Julio, “New York–German Painted Chests,” Magazine Antiques 77:5 (May 1985), 1156–65 (ill.).
J.P. Firsthoffer, “Chicago Americana Collection: A Quiet Giant,” Antiques Monthly 20, 12 (December 1987), 1, 7 (ill.).
Milo M. Naeve, Identifying American Furniture (American Association for State and Local History, 1989), 58 (ill.).
Judith A. Barter and Monica Obniski, For Kith and Kin: The Folk Art Collection at the Art Institute of Chicago (Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago/Yale University Press, 2012), no. 13.
Art Institute of Chicago, A Decade of Decorative Arts, Nov. 12, 1986–Jan. 4, 1987, cat. 46.
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