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Judith A. Barter and Monica Obniski, “For Kith and Kin: The Folk Art Collection at the Art Institute of Chicago,” (Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago/Yale University Press, 2012) no. 42.
Mark Pohlad, “Shooting and Collecting the Great Depression: A Review of ‘Photography + Folk Art’ at the Art Institute,” Newcity Art, last modified Oct. 15, 2019, https://art.newcity.com/2019/10/15/shooting-and-collecting-the-great-depression-a-review-of-photography-folk-art-at-the-art-institute, ill.
Art Institute of Chicago, Photography + Folk Art: Looking for America in the 1930s, Sept. 21, 2019–Jan. 19, 2020, no cat.
Elizabeth Vaughan (born Tyson, 1871–1949), South Berwick, ME, and Sherborn, MA, by 1949]; bequeathed to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1950.
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