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Alfred Dittert, Jr., and Fred Plog, Generations in Clay: Pueblo Pottery of the American Southwest, exh. cat. (Flagstaff, AZ: Northland Press in cooperation with American Federation of Arts, 1980), 94–95, fig. 112d
Flagstaff, AZ, Generations in Clay: Pueblo Pottery of the American Southwest (organized by American Federation of Arts, New York), July 1980–Oct. 1980, cat. fig. 112d; Richmond, VA, Museum of Fine Arts, Nov. 18, 1980–Jan. 4, 1981; Madison, WI, Elvehjem Museum of Art [Chazen Museum of Art], University of Wisconsin-Madison, Feb. 8–Mar. 29, 1981; Evanston, IL, Mary and Leigh Block Gallery, Northwestern University, May 13–June 28, 1981; Santa Ana, CA, Bowers Museum, closed Sept. 30, 1981; Midland, MI, Midland Center for the Arts, Nov. 1–29, 1981; Seattle Art Museum, Jan. 21–Mar. 14, 1982; Phoenix, AZ, Heard Museum, May–June 6, 1982.
Marjorie and Charles Benton (1931–2015), Evanston, IL, by 1980 [published as Marjorie and Charles Benton Collection in Dittert and Plog 1980, 94–95, fig. 122d]; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1982.
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