Carole Tormollan, A Tribute to Kathleen Blackshear, exh. cat. (School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Betty Rymer Gallery, 1990), 16, ill. fig. 4, 17.
Independent Spirits: Women Painters of the American West, 1890–1945, edited by Patricia Trenton, exh. cat. (Autry Museum of Western Heritage in association with the University of California Press, 1995), 201, ill. pl. 200.
Chicago Modern, 1893–1945: Pursuit of the New, edited by Elizabeth Kennedy, exh. cat. (Terra Museum of American Art and Terra Foundation for the Arts, 2004), 92 (ill.).
Chicago, Increase Robinson Studio Gallery, Diana Court, Michigan Square, The Chicago Society of Artists Autumn Exhibition, Nov 1–22, 1930, cat. 9, as Alligator.
Chicago, The Palmer House Exhibition Hall, Chicago Artists Exhibition in Connection with Jubilee Week, May 11–20, 1931, cat. 95, as Alligator.
School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Betty Rymer Gallery, A Tribute to Kathleen Blackshear, Dec 7, 1990–Jan 9, 1991, cat. 3, fig. 3, pp. 16–17.
Evanston, IL, Mary and Leigh Block Gallery, Thinking Modern: Painting in Chicago, 1910–1940, Jan 18–Apr 5, 1992, cat. 32
Los Angeles, CA, Autry Museum of Western Heritage, Independent Spirits: Women Painters of the American West, 1890–1945, Oct 14, 1995–Jan 28, 1996, pl. 200, pp. 196, 201; traveled to Tulsa, OK, Gilcrease Museum, Mar 2–May 26, 1996; Santa Fe, Museum of New Mexico, Museum of Fine Arts, Jun 29–Sep 22, 1996; Utah, Brigham Young University Museum of Art, Oct 26, 1996–Jan 19, 1997.
Chicago, Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago Modern, 1893–1945: Pursuit of the New, Jul 17–Oct 31, 2004, cat. 13, p. 92 (ill.).
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Terrell, Sr., Navasota, Tex., given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1991.
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