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Antiquarian Society of the Art Institute of Chicago, American and European Decorative Arts: A Pictorial Review of Notable Objects in its Collections and Notes on the Society’s Aims and History (Chicago, 1951), no. 60 (ill.).
Augusta S. Tavender, “Mediaeval English Alabasters in American Museums,” Speculum 30, 1 (1955), pp. 64-71, here 70, no. 57.
Dorothy Gillerman, ed., Gothic Sculpture in America, vol. 2: The Museums of the Midwest (Turnhout, Belgium, 2001), pp. 3-4, no. 2, ill.
Francis Cheetham, Alabaster Images of Medieval England (Rochester, N.Y., 2003), p. 104, no. 6.
Chicago, The Art Institute of Chicago, The First One Hundred Years, April 29 - June 19, 1977, cat. 321.
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