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Allen Wardwell, “Figures from the West Coast of Mexico,” The Art Institute of Chicago Quarterly 5, no. 1 (Spring 1963: 9, fig. 2 (ill.).
Allen Wardwell. 1965. Primitive Art in the Collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, The Art Institute of Chicago, fig. 41 (ill.).
Richard Townsend with Elizabeth Pope, Indian Art of the Americas at the Art Institute of Chicago (Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago with Yale University Press, 2016), 147, cat. 120 (ill.).
Chicago, Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum [National Museum of Mexican Art], Mexicanidad, Mar. 26, 2001–Mar. 26, 2002, no cat.
James Alsdorf (died 1990) and Marilynn Alsdorf (born Bruder) (died 2019), Chicago, by Dec. 1962 [permanent receipt in curatorial file]; given to the Art Institute, 1962.
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