Artists in Ohio, 1787-1900: A Biographical Dictionary

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Bibliography
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Arranged Alphabetically by Author

Note: City directories and local histories are listed separately in the Ohio bibliography.

Abajian, James de T. Blacks and Their Contributions to the American West: A Bibliography and Union List of Library Holdings Through 1970. Boston: G.K. Hall, 1974.

Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Center. American Folk Paintings: Paintings and Drawings Other than Portraits from the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Center. Boston: Little, Brown in association with Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1988.

———. American Folk Portraits: Paintings and Drawingsfrom the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Center. Boston: New York Graphic Society in association with Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1981.

Adamson, Jeremy Elwell. Niagara: Two Centuries of Changing Attitudes, 1697–1901. Washington, D.C.: Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1985.

Akron Art Institute. Celebrate Ohio. Akron: Akron Art Institute, 1971.

Akullian, Charleen. "Max Bohm, Romantic American Visionary." American Art Review 6 (Oct.-Nov. 1994): 116–121, 172.

Alexander, J. Heywood. It Must Be Heard: A Survey of the Musical Life of Cleveland, 1836–1918. Cleveland: Western Reserve Historical Society, 1981.

Alumni Association of the Columbus High School and Central High School. History: Columbus High School, 1847–1910. Columbus: Spahr and Glenn, 1925.

American Art Annual 2–30. Washington, D.C.: American Federation of Arts, 1899–1934.

American Drawings and Watercolors in theMuseum of Art, Carnegie Institute. Pittsburgh: Carnegie Institute, 1985.

American Studies Group, Deerfield Academy. Willis Seaver Adams/Retrospection. Deerfield, Mass.: Deerfield Academy, 1966.

Andersen, Timothy J., Eudorah M. Moore, and Robert W. Winter, eds. California Design, 1910. Los Angeles: California Design Publications, 1974.

Andreas, A.T. History of Chicago from the Earliest Period to the Present Time, 3 vols. Chicago: A.T. Andreas, 1884–86.

Andrew, William W. OttoH. Backer. Madison, Wis.: Education Industries, 1973, unpag.

Andrews, Marietta Minnigerode. My Studio Window: Sketches of the Pageant of Washington Life. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1928.

Andrews, William D. "Women and the Fairs of 1876 and 1893." Hayes Historical Journal 1.3 (Spring 1977): 172–83.

Anglo-American Art Museum. The Louisiana Landscape, 1800–1969. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University, 1969.

Annals of Cleveland, 1818–1935, 59 vols. Cleveland: Works Progress Administration in Ohio, 1938.

Appleton 's Cyclopaedia of American Biography, 6 vols. Edited by James Grant Wilson and John Fiske. New York: D. Appleton, 1888–1891.

Arrington, Joseph Earl. "Godfrey N. Frankenstein's Moving Panorama of Niagara Falls." New York History 49 (Apr. 1968): 169–99.

———. "Henry Lewis' Moving Panorama of the Mississippi River." Louisiana History 6 (Summer 1965): 239–72.

Ars Libri. Kindred Spirits: The E. Maurice Bloch Collection of Manuscripts, Letters and Sketchbooks of American Artists, Mostly of the Nineteenth Century, and of Books, Pamphlets and Other Contemporary Publications Relating to Them, Part 2: Manuscripts, Letters and Sketchbooks. Catalog 88. Boston: Ars Libri, 1992.

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