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“Advertisement of Israel Sack, Inc.,” Antiques LXV, 3, (March 1954), inside back cover, (ill.).
“Accessions of American and Canadian Museums,” The Art Quarterly XVII, 4 (Winter 1954), 415.
Meyeric R. Rogers, “American Decorative Arts at The Art Institute of Chicago,” Magazine Antiques 74, 1 (July 1958), 53 (ill.).
Milo Naeve, Classical Presence in American Art (Art Institute of Chicago, 1978), 20, 23, (ill.).
Milo Naeve, Identifying American Furniture (Nashville: The American Association for State and Local History, 1981), 24, no. 36, (ill.).
Milo Naeve, Identifying American Furniture (Nashville: The American Association for State and Local History, 1989), 2nd edition, 14, 37, (ill.).
Art Institute of Chicago, The Antiquarian Society: The First One Hundred Years, Apr. 23–June 19, 1977, cat. 156.
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