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Annual Report (Art Institute of Chicago, 2005–2006), 22 (ill. p. 29).
Charles G. Zug, III, The Traditional Pottery of North Carolina (University of North Carolina Press, 1981).
John A. Burrison, Brothers in Clay (University of Georgia Press, 1983).
Charles G. Zug, III, Turners and Burners: The Folk Potters of North Carolina (University of North Carolina, 1986).
Cinda K. Baldwin, Great and Noble Jar: Traditional Stoneware of South Carolina, (McKissick Museum/University of South Carolina Press, 1993).
Nancy Sweezy, Raised in Clay: The Southern Pottery Tradition (University of North Carolina Press, 1994).
Frances McQueeney–Jones Mascolo, “For Kith and Kin: The Folk Art Collection at the Art Institute of Chicago,” Antiques and The Arts Weekly, August 3, 2012, 1, 30–1 (ill.).
Judith A. Barter and Monica Obniski, For Kith and Kin: The Folk Art Collection at the Art Institute of Chicago, (Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago/Yale University Press, 2012) no. 31.
With Diana and Gary Stradling, New York, NY, c. 1960 to 2006; sold to The Art Institute of Chicago, 2006.
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