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Travis, David. 1979. “Photography Rediscovered: American Photographs from 1900-1930.” Exh. cat. Whitney Museum of American Art. p. 178, fig. 164.
Shimbun, Asahi. 1997. “Alfred Stieglitz and his Contemporaries.” Exh. cat. Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography. p. 135, pl. 131.
Art Institute of Chicago, “Photographs from the Permanent Collection,” March 20–May 30, 1976. (Miles Barth)
New York, New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, “Photography Rediscovered: American Photographs from 1900-1930,” September 19-November 25, 1979; travel to Art Institute of Chicago, December 22, 1979-February 4, 1980. (David Travis)
New York, New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, “The New Vision: Photography Between the World Wars,” September 22-December 31, 1989; traveled to San Franciso Museum of Modern Art, February 28-April 22, 1990; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, May 10-July 15, 1990; Art Institute of Chicago, September 15- December 1, 1990; High Museum of Art, Atlanta, February 5-April 28, 1991; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, June 8-August 4, 1991.
Boston, Massachusetts, Institute of Contemporary Art, “Montage and Modern Life: 1919–1939,” April 7–June 7, 1992; traveled to Vancouver Art Gallery, August 19–October 18, 1992; and Brussels, Belgium, Les Expositions du Palais des Beaux Arts/De Tentoostellingen van het Paleis voor Schone Kunsten, November 3, 1992–January 3, 1993.
Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, “Alfred Stieglitz and his Contemporaries,” September 9–November 3, 1997.
Art Institute of Chicago, “Crossing the Line: Photography Reconsidered,” January 29–June 4, 2000, (David Travis)
Paris, France, Musée d’Orsay, Réunion des musées nationaux “Alfred Stieglitz and His Circle: Modernity in New York (1905–1930),” October 18, 2004–January 16, 2005; traveled to Madrid, Spain, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, February 10–May 17, 2005.
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