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Milo Naeve, “Twentieth–Century Craft: A Compass for Research,” A Neglected History: 20th Century American Craft,” (1990), 45–59 (ill.).
Luke Beckerdite et al., “American Furniture 1996 (American Furniture Annual) (Chipstone, 1996), 3–16 (ill.).
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