Selected References

Rudolf Ackerman, “Some Account of the Art of Lithography,” Repository of Arts, Literature, Commerce, Manufacture, Fashions, and Politics, 13 (January 1817): 285.

Georgia Barnhill ed. Davis Museum and Cultural Center, With a French Accent: American Lithography to 1860. Worcester: American Antiquarian Society, 2012.

Warder H. Cadbury, Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait, artist in the Adirondacks. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1986.

Mary Bartlett Cowdrey, “Fanny Palmer, an American Lithographer,” in Prints: Thirteen Illustrated Essays on the Art of the Print selected for the Print Council of America by Carl Zigrosser ed., New York: Holt, Rinehart, Winston, ca. 1962, 217-234.

Stephanie Delamaire and Joan Irving, “Was Fanny Palmer the Powerhouse Behind Currier & Ives?” Art in Print (July-August 2018), 25-31.

Brian F. Le Beau, Currier & Ives: America Imagined, Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 2001.

Virginia Penny, The Employment of Women: A Cyclopaedia of Woman’s Work, Boston: Walker, Wise and Co., 1863, 69.

Harry T. Peters, Currier & Ives, Printmakers of the American People, Garden City, NY: Doran & Company, 1929-1931.

Bernard F. Reilly Jr. Gale Research Company, Currier & Ives a Catalogue Raisonné. Detroit, MI , Gale Research, 1984.

Alois Senefleder, A Complete Course of Lithography Containing Clear and Explicit Instructions in all the Different Branches and Manners of that Art: Accompanied by Illustrative Specimens of Drawings to which Prefixed a History of Lithography from its Origins to the Present Time. 1819 (Reprint, New York: Dover Publications, 2005).

Charlotte Streifer Rubinstein, “The Early Career of Frances Flora Bond Palmer (1812-1876), The American Art Journal 17, no. 4 (Autumn 1985): 71-88.

Charlotte Streifer Rubinstein, Fanny Palmer: Artist to the American People. Ed. Diann Benti, forthcoming. Syracuse University Press.

Michael Twyman, Lithography 1800-1850. London, New York, Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1970.

Harriet Endicott Waite, Research Material concerning Currier & Ives, 1923-1956, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.