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“Historic Miniatures in America,” Journal of American History 4 (1910), 569–70 (ill.).
Judith A. Barter et al., American Arts at The Art Institute of Chicago: From Colonial Times to World War I (Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago, 1998), 124–128, no. 50.
Detroit Institute of Art, The Peale Family: Three Generations of American Artists, Jan. 18–Mar. 5, 1967; Utica, New York, Munson–Williams–Proctor Institute, cat. 76 (as Mrs. Charles Willson Peale).
New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Tokens of Affection: the Portrait Miniature in America, Nov. 20, 1990–Feb. 10, 1991; Washington DC, Smithsonian, National Museum of American Art, Marh 29–June 16, 1991; Art Institute of Chicago, Sept. 1–Niovember 17, 1991.
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