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Charles Coleman Sellers, Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, Vol. 59 (1969), p. 74.
Carl B. Lechner, Erie: Link to the Great Lakes (Erie County Historical Society, 1994), p. 21 ill.
Judith A. Barter et al., American Arts at The Art Institute of Chicago: From Colonial Times to World War I (Art Institute of Chicago, 1998).
Canada, Vancouver Art Gallery, Two Hundred Years of American Painting, Mar. 8–Apr. 3, 1955, no. 7 (ill. 7).
Detroit Institute of Arts, The Peale Family: Three Generations of American Artists, Jan. 18–Mar. 5, no. 42 (ill. p. 59).
Utica, NY, Munson–Williams–Proctor Institute, Mar. 26–May 7, 1967.
Chapel Hill, N.C., The William Hayes Ackland Memorial Art Center, The Age of Dunlap: The Arts of the Young Republic, Nov. 1–29, 1968.
Harrisburg, Pa., State Museum of Pennsylvania, The Commonwealth and the Constitution, May 1, 1987–Feb. 28, 1988, no. cat. published.
The Nicholson Family. Mr. and Mrs. Carter H. Harrison, by 1952; given by them to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1952.
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