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Edna E. Johnson, “American Craft Tradition in Household Art (1650–1850),” Bulletin of the Art Institute of Chicago 39, no. 5 (Sep–Oct. 1945), 70 (ill.).
Elizabeth McGoey and Elizabeth Siegel, “Photography + Folk Art at the Art Institute of Chicago,” The Decorative Arts Trust Magazine (Summer 2019), 17, fig. 6 (ill.).
Art Institute of Chicago, Photography + Folk Art: Looking for America in the 1930s, Sept. 21, 2019–Jan. 19, 2020, no cat.
Bernard Arthur Behrend (1875–1932), by 1932, born Switzerland, later lived in Cincinnati, Wisconsin, Pittsburgh, Boston, and Wellesley Hills, MA; bequeathed to his widow Mrs. Margaret Behrend (born Margaret Plummer Chase, later Mrs. Dudley Phelps Sanford [married 1944, divorced late 1940s], 1895–1982), Wellesley Hills, MA, 1932 [later known as the Dr. and Mrs. Dudley Phelps Sanford Collecton, CA]; sold to the Art Institute of Chicago 1946.
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