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Art Institute of Chicago, Bulletin of the Art Institute of Chicago, 5 (January 1912), p. 38, no. 3.
Dorothy Gillerman, ed., Gothic Sculpture in America, vol. 2: The Museums of the Midwest (Turnhout, Belgium, 2001), pp. 8-9, no. 6.
Sheldon & Co; purchased by Martin A. Ryerson and presented to the museum by the Antiquarian Society, 1911 [according to incoming receipt in Registrar’s files].
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