Purchased with funds provided by the Antiquarian Society through Joyce Martin Brown, Mrs. Harold T. Martin, Mrs. Edgar J. Uihlein, and Melinda Martin Vance
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Israel Sack, Incorporated, Opportunities in American Antiques 36 (October, 1981), 42–43, no. P5103.
Helen Harris, “Israel Sack: An American Awakening,” Town and Country 136 (February, 1982), 173–78 (ill.).
Albert Sack, The New Fine Points of Early American Furniture (Crown, 1992), 164 (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), 123–24, no. 48.
Sumpter Priddy III, J. Michael Flanigan, and Gregory Weidman, The Genesis of Neoclassical Style in Baltimore Furniture, in American Furniture (Milwakee: Chipstone Foundation, 2000), 78, fig. 28.
Art Institute of Chicago, A Decade of Decorative Arts: the Antiquarian Society of the Art Institute of Chicago, Nov 12, 1986–Jan 4, 1987, cat. 44.
With Israel Sack, New York, NY, by 1981; sold to The Art Institute of Chicago, 1981.
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