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Adams, John D.  Metal Work And Etching.  Chicago:  Popular Mechanics Co. / H. H. Windsor, 1911.

Anderson, Timothy J., Moore, Eudorah M., and Winter, Robert W. eds.  California Design 1910. Pasadena:  California Design Publications, 1974.

Barter, Judith A., Rhodes, Kimberly, and Thayer, Seth A., with contributions by Walker, Andrew.  American Arts at The Art Institute of Chicago from Colonial Times to World War I.  Chicago:  The Art Institute of Chicago / Hudson Hills Press.  1998.

Becker, Vivienne.  Antique and Twentieth Century Jewellery.  London:  N.A.G. Press / Robert Hale.  1987.

Becker, Vivienne.  Art Nouveau Jewelry.  New York:  Thames and Hudson, 1985.

Bora-Hays, Carol.  Bringing Modernism Home / Ohio Decorative Arts, 1890-1960.  Athens:  Ohio University Press / Columbus Museum of Art, 2005.

Carpenter, Charles H. Jr.  Gorham Silver 1831-1981.  New York:  Dodd, Mead & Co., 1982.

Cartlidge, Barbara.  Twentieth-Century Jewelry.  New York:  Harry N. Abrams Inc., 1985.

Chickering, Elenita C.  Arthur Stone 1847-1938 / Designer and Silversmith.  Boston:  The Boston Athenaeum, 1994.

Clark, Robert Judson, ed.  The Arts and Crafts Movement in America 1876-1916.  Princeton, NJ:  Princeton University Press, 1972.

Craver, Margret.  Handwrought Silver.  New York:  Handy & Harman, 1948.

Cummings, Elizabeth, and Kaplan, Wendy.  The Arts and Crafts Movement.  New York:  Thames and Hudson, 1995.

Darling, Sharon S.  Chicago Ceramics and Glass / An Illustrated History from 1871 to 1933.  Chicago:  Chicago Historical Society, 1979.

Darling, Sharon S.  Decorative & Architectural Arts in Chicago 1871-1933 / An Illustrated Guide to the Ceramics and Glass Exhibition.  Chicago:  The University of Chicago Press, 1982.  With 336 color reproductions on microfiche. 

Darling, Sharon.  Chicago Furniture / Art, Crafts, & Industry 1833-1983.  New York:  Chicago Historical Society / W. W. Norton, 1984.

Darling, Sharon.  Chicago Metalsmiths.  Chicago:  Chicago Historical Society, 1977.

Dietz, Ulysses Grant et al.  The Glitter & The Gold / Fashioning America's Jewelry.  Newark, NJ:  The Newark Museum, 1997.

Drucker, Janet.  Georg Jensen A Tradition of Splendid Silver / Revised and Expanded 2nd Edition.  Atglen, PA:  Schiffer Publishing Ltd, 2001.

Duncker, Veena, et al.  A Personal Touch / The Seawolf Collection / Late 19th and 20th-Century Silver.  Rotterdam:  Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen Rotterdam / NAi Publishers, 2003.

Eaton, Allen H.  Handicrafts of New England.  New York:  Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1949.

Fidler, Patricia J.  Art with a Mission:  Objects of the Arts and Crafts Movement.  Lawrence, KS:  The Spencer Museum of Art / University of Kansas, 1991.

Fitzsimmons, Michael; Phillips, Anne Yaffe; and Reinish, James L.  From Architecture to Object / Masterworks of the American Arts & Crafts Movement.  New York:  Hirschl & Adler Galleries, 1989.

Gere, Charlotte, and Munn, Geoffrey C.  Artists' Jewelry / Pre-Raphaelite to Arts and Crafts.  Woodbridge, Suffolk:  The Antique Collectors' Club, 1989.

Gibans, Nina Freedlander.  Creative Essence / Cleveland's Sense of Place.  Kent, Ohio:  The Kent State University Press, 2005.

Glanville, Philippa and Goldsborough, Jennifer Faulds.  Women Silversmiths 1685-1845.  New York: Thames and Hudson, 1990.

Green, Robert Alan.  Marks of American Silversmiths Revised (1650-1900).  Key West, FL:  Robert Alan Green, 1984.

Haas, Louis J.  Art Metal Work and Jewelry.  Oswego, NY:  The Sequoyah Publishing Co., 1916

Haslam, Malcolm.  Marks and Monograms of the Modern Movement 1875-1930.  New York:  Charles Scribner's Sons, 1977.

Hasluck, Paul N.  Engraving Metals, with Numerous Engravings and Diagrams.  Philadelphia:  David McKay, 1910.

Hinks, Peter.  Twentieth Century British Jewelry 1900-1980.  London:  Faber and Faber, 1983.

Holme, Charles, ed.  Modern Design in Jewellery and Fans.  London:  The Studio, 1902.

Hughes, Graham.  Modern Jewelry / An International Survey 1890-1963.  New York:  Crown Publishers, 1963.

Hughes, Graham.  Modern Silver Throughout the World 1880-1967.  New York:  Crown Publishers, 1967.

Kaplan, Wendy.  "The Art that is Life":  The Arts & Crafts Movement in America, 1875-1920.  Boston:  Museum of Fine Arts / Bulfinch Press, 1998.

Kardon, Janet, ed.  Craft in the Machine Age 1920-1945.  New York:  American Craft Museum / Harry Abrams, 1995.

Kardon, Janet.  The Ideal Home / The History of Twentieth-Century American Craft 1900-1920.  New York:  American Craft Museum / Harry Abrams, 1993.

Karlin, Elyse Zorn Karlin.  Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts and Crafts Tradition.  Atglen, PA:  Schiffer Publishing Ltd, 1993.

Kirkham, Pat, ed.  Women Designers in the USA 1900-2000.  New Haven:  Yale University Press, 2000.

Krekel-Aalberse, Annelies.  Art Nouveau and Art Deco Silver.  New York:  Harry Abrams, 1989.

Kronquist, Emil F.  Metalcraft and Jewelry.  Peoria, IL:  The Manual Arts Press, 1926.

Lambourne, Lionel.  Utopian Craftsmen / The Arts and Crafts Movement from the Cotswolds to Chicago.  London:  Astragal Books / The Architectural Press, 1980. 

Large, Stephen.  The Arts & Crafts Price Guide / Metalwork, Lighting, Graphics, Textiles / A Decade of Auction Results.  Cincinnati:  Treadway Gallery, 1998.

Leighton, Margaretha Gebelein.  George Christian Gebelein / Boston Silversmith 1878-1945.  Boston:  Stinehour Press, 1976.

Lemos, Pedro J.  Applied Art / Drawing, Painting, Design and Handicraft.  Mountain View, CA:  Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1920.

Maher, Thomas K.  The Jarvie Shop.  Philmont, NY:  Turn of the Century Editions, 1997.

Marek, Don.  Grand Rapids Art Metalwork 1902-1918.  Grand Rapids, MI:  Heartwood, 1999.

May, Earl Chapin.  A Century of Silver 1847-1947 / Connecticut Yankees and a Noble Metal.  New York:  Robert M. McBride & Co., 1947.

McNab, Jessie.  Silver / The Smithsonian Illustrated Library of Antiques.  New York:  Cooper-Hewitt Museum, 1981.

Meyer, Marilee Boyd.  Inspiring Reform Boston's Arts and Crafts Movement.  New York:  Davis Museum and Cultural Center / Harry Abrams, 1997

Miller, Judith.  DK Collector's Guides / Art Nouveau.  New York:  Dorling Kindersley Ltd., 2004.

Miller, Judith.  DK Collector's Guides / Arts & Crafts.  New York:  Dorling Kindersley Ltd., 2004.

Miller, R. Craig.  Modern Design in the Metropolitan Museum of Art 1890-1990. New York:  The Metropolitan Museum of Art / Harry Abrams, 1900.

Milosch, Jane C., ed.  Grant Wood's Studio / Birthplace of American Gothic.  Cedar Rapids, IA:  Cedar Rapids Museum of Art / Prestel, 2005.

Morse, Edgar W.  Silver in Golden State.  Oakland:  The Oakland Museum History Department, 1986.

Naylor, Gillian.  The Arts and Crafts Movement.  London:  Trefoil Publications, 1990.

Olivarez, Jennifer Komar.  Progressive Design in the Midwest / The Purcell-Cutts House and the Prairie School Collection at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.  Minneapolis:  The Minneapolis Institute of Arts / University of Minnesota Press, 2000.

Parker, Jean.  The Story of Sterling.  New York:  The Sterling Silversmiths Guild of America, 1937.

Payne, Arthur.  Art Metalwork with Inexpensive Equipment.  Peoria, IL:  The Manual Arts Press, 1929.

Peirce, Donald C.  Arts & Enterprise / American Decorative Art, 1825-1917 / The Virginia Carroll Crawford Collection.  Atlanta:  The High Museum of Art / Antique Collectors' Club, 1999.

Phillips, John Marshall.  The Magazine Antiques Presents / The Hundred Masterpieces of American Silver.  New York:  The Magazine Antiques, 1948 and 1949.

Priestman, Mabel Tuke.  Handicrafts in the Home.  Chicago:  A. C. McClurg & Co., 1910.

Rainwater, Dorothy T. and Fuller, Martin and Colette.  Encyclopedia of American Silver Manufacturers.  Atglen, PA:  Schiffer Publishing, 2004.

Raulet, Sylvie.  Art Deco Jewelry. New York:  Thames & Hudson, 2002.

Richards, Charles R.  Art in Industry.  New York:  The Macmillan Company, 1929.

Romero, Christie.  Warman's Jewelry / Identification and Price Guide, 3rd Edition.  Iola, WI:  Krause Publications, 2002.

Rose, Augustus F.  Copper Work / An Illustrated Text Book for Teachers and Students in the Manual Arts.  Boston:  Atkinson, Mentzer & Company, 1908.

Schiffer, Nancy N.  Silver Jewelry Designs / Evaluating Quality Good - Better - Best.  Atglen, PA:  Schiffer Publishing Ltd, 1996.

Schon, Marbeth.  Modernist Jewelry 1930-1960 / The Wearable Art Movement.  Atglen, PA:  Schiffer, 2004.

Smith, Bruce and Yamamoto, Yoshiko.  The Beautiful Necessity / Decorating with Arts & Crafts.  Salt Lake City:  Gibbs-Smith, 1996.

Sorensen, H. R. and Vaughn, S. J.  Hand-Wrought Jewelry.  Milwaukee:  The Bruce Publishing Co., 1916.

Triggs, Oscar Lovell.  Chapters in the History of the Arts and Crafts Movement.  Chicago:  The Bohemia Guild of the Industrial Art League, 1902.

Truman, Charles.  Sotheby's Concise Encyclopedia of Silver.  London:  Conran Octopus, 1993.

Ulehla, Karen Evans.  The Society of Arts and Crafts, Boston / Exhibition Record 1897-1927.  Boston:  Boston Public Library, 1981.

Varnum, William H.  Industrial Arts Design.  Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Company, 1916.

Venable, Charles L.  Silver in America 1840-1940 / A Century of Splendor.  New York:  Dallas Museum of Art / Harry Abrams, 1995.

Volpe, Tod M., and Cathers, Beth.  Treasures of the American Arts and Crafts Movement 1890-1920.  New York:  Harry Abrams, 1988.

Ward, Barbara McLean and Ward, Gerald W. R.  Silver in American Life / Selections from the Mabel Brady Garvan and Other Collections at Yale University.  New York:  The American Federation of Arts, 1979.

Wissinger, Joanna.  Arts and Crafts Metalwork and Silver.  San Francisco:  Chronicle Books, 1994.

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A National Association of Artists and Craft Workers / Suggestions of work that may be procured in our Salesrooms and Galleries.  Fine Arts Building, Chicago:  The Artists' Guild, 1917.

Argentum & The Leopard's Head / Fine Antique Silver catalogs.  San Francisco, 1987, 1988, 1990

ARK Antiques Catalogs.  ARK Antiques published one or more fully-illustrated catalogs each year offering hundreds of outstanding objects in silver jewelry and metal. Very early issues (1984-1986) also contained pottery.  Each issue begins by highlighting a few superb examples, for which biographical notes and discussions of the material are included explaining the historical context and significance of the pieces. info@ark-antiques.com.  Known catalogs include 1984 (2 issues), 1985 (2 issues), 1986, 1987 (3 issues), 1988 (3 issues), 1989, 1990, 1991 (2 issues), 1992 (2 issues), 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 (2 issues), 1998 (2 issues), 1999 (2 issues plus holiday issue). 2000 (two issues), 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2005. 

Artistic Wrought Silver from the Petterson Studio: Chicago.  [Catalog with inset photographs.]

Brown, Milton W. And Blanche R.  Jewelry by Ed Weiner.  New York:  Fifty-50 Gallery, 1988.

Bury, Shirley.  "An arts and crafts experiment:  the silverwork of C. R. Ashbee."  Victoria and Albert Museum Bulletin Reprints 7.  Undated.  [Reprinted from the Bulletin, Vol. III, No. 1, London, January, 1967, pp. 18-25.]

Catalog No. 24 / Tools & Materials for Amateur Craftsmen.  For Sale by The Frost Arts & Crafts Workshop.  Dayton, OH:  undated but before 1909.

Catalog Number 10 / Special Materials and Supplies required by Craft-Workers and Manual Training Schools.  Columbus, OH:  The Thos. K. Lewis Co. September, 1911.

Catalog 15 / Chicago Art Metal Works / Manufacturers of Monogram Jewelry and Fine Leather Goods.  Chicago [undated -- possibly 1912]

Catalog Exhibition of British Arts and Crafts 1920-1921 Assembled by the Detroit Society of Arts and Crafts.  Boston: The Society of Arts and Crafts, 1921.

C. D. Peacock [retail catalog].  Chicago. 1906.

C. D. Peacock [retail catalog].  Chicago. 1907.

C. D. Peacock [retail catalog].  Chicago. 1921.

C. D. Peacock 1837-1920 [retail catalog].  Chicago. 1920.

Chicago Art Metal Works.  Catalog No. 15 [presumably 1907 but undated]

Colors in Nature.  The Glass Jewelry of Hazel Blake French.  Sandwich, MA:  Sandwich Glass Museum.  2003.

Contemporary Industrial and Handwrought Silver.  Brooklyn Museum.  1937.

Craft as Art / Art as Craft / fiber, glass, and jewelry.  Katonah Museum of Art.  Katonah, NY:  1997.

Cutler, Ralph; Isaacson, Mark; and McDonald, Mark.  Structure and Ornament / American Modernist Jewelry 1940-1960.  New York:  FIFTY-50, 1984.

Distinctive Trophies in Handwrought Silver.  The Petterson Studios.  Chicago.

Doty, Robert M. ed.  Henry Petzal / Silversmith.  Manchester, NH:  The Currier Gallery of Art.  1987.

Exhibition of American Handicrafts Assembled and Circulated by the American Federation of Arts.  Boston:  Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1922-1923.

Exhibition of the Society of Arts & Crafts Copley Hall: Boston Massachusetts April 4-15, 1899.  Boston:  Society of Arts & Crafts, 1899.

Eidelberg, Martin, ed.  Messengers of Modernism / American Studio Jewelry 1940-1960.  New York:  Flammarion / Montreal Museum of Decorative Arts, 1996.

Hand-Wrought Sterling Silver By Stuart Nye.  Asheville, NC: Stuart Nye Silver Shop. Undated.

Holla, Catherine B.  "Beautiful, Useful, and Enduring:  Arts & Crafts Silver by the Kalo Shop Girls."  Women and Metal / Catalog of the 49th Washington Antiques Show.  2004.  pp. 89-97.

International Sterling Craft Associates Retail Catalog, Meriden, CT:  The International Silver Company, 1956.

Kurland, Catherine, and Zabar, Lori, and Harwood, Barry, and Rago, David, and Berberian, Rosalie, and Brennan, Shawn.  Reflections:  Arts & Crafts Metalwork in England and the United States.  New York:  Kurland-Zabar, 1990.

Lamoureux, Dorothy.  The Arts and Crafts Studio of Dirk van Erp.  San Francisco:  San Francisco Craft and Folk Art Museum, 1989.

Lindenauer, Isak.  August Tiesselinck / a lifetime in metal (1890-1972).  San Francisco:  Isak Lindenauer, 1989

Maher, Thomas K.  "The Kaufmann Collection."  Oak Park, IL:  John Toomey Gallery, 1996.

Marek, Don.  Arts and Crafts Furniture Design / The Grand Rapids Contribution 1895-1915.  Grand Rapids, MI:  Grand Rapids Art Museum, 1987.

McPherson, Beth Ann.  Marie Zimmermann / Metalwork - Jewelry.  Parsippany, NJ:  The Marie Zimmerman Archive, 2003.

Messineo, Jim, and Witt, Mike.  Affirmation and Rediscovery / A Centennial Exhibition and Sale / Objects from The Society of Arts & Crafts Boston.  1997.

Potter and Mellen, Inc. Cleveland, 1968.

Rainwater, Dorothy T., ed.  Sterling Silver Holloware.  New York:  American Historical Catalog Collection / Charles Scriber's Sons, 1973.

Samuel Kirk & Son:  American Silver Craftsmen Since 1815.  Shreveport, LA:  The R. W. Norton Art Gallery, 1971.

Samuel Kirk & Son Co. Oldest Makers of Silverware on the United States Established 1817.  Baltimore:  Samuel Kirk & Son Co., 1914.

Silver Plated and Pewter Holloware by Mulholland, Catalog 44A.  Aurora, IL:  Mulholland Silver Company, 1929.

Silverware by Mulholland. Aurora, IL:  Mulholland Silver Company, 1928.

Springer, Lynn E. and Binder, Deborah J.  St. Louis Silversmiths.  Saint Louis:  The St. Louis Art Museum, 1980.

Sterling Silverware by Kirk.  Hartford, CT: Henry Kohn & Sons. 1935.

Tricennial [sic] Exhibition of the Society of Arts & Crafts Boston 1897-1927.  Boston:  Museum of Fine Arts, 1927.

The Jewelry of Margaret de Patta.  Oakland:  Oakes Gallery / The Oakland Museum, 1976.

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Handicraft / Volume I.  Boston:  The Society of Arts & Crafts / The Heintzemann Press, 1902-1903.

Handicraft / Volume II.  Boston:  The Society of Arts & Crafts / The Heintzemann Press, 1903-1904

Book Plates [Christia Reade et al].  The Sketch Book for May.  May 1902.

"A Guild of Arts and Crafts."  The American Magazine of Art.  January, 1925.  pp. 30-32.

"AntiQues." [Kalo pitcher prices realized at auction]  Style 1900.  Spring / Summer, 2004.  p. 88.

"Book Plate Number" [Christia Reade et al].  The Sketch Book.  May 1903.

"Handwrought Silver."  Colonial Homes.  August, 1991. pp. 6-8.

"Kalo Shop:  A Silver Heritage." The Spokesman / A Newsletter from the City to Park Ridge Residents.  January, 1986.  p. 6.

"Notes."  The Craftsman. July, 1906, p. 535.

"Notes."  The Craftsman. November, 1904, p. 228.

"Some Notable Works by American Craftsmen."  [Industrial Art Exhibition, National Museum, Washington -- F. G. Hale, Herbert Kelly, Grace Hazen et al] The American Magazine of Art.  September, 1916.  pp. 435-441.

"The Arts and Crafts Movement in California:  Living the Good Life."  American Art Review.  Wonter, 1993.  pp. 41-43.

The Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art New York / Volume XXXII.  New York, Arno Press, 1968

"The Prairie School / Design Vision for the Midwest."  The Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies.  Vol. 21, No. 2.

Alderman, Sharon.  "A Weaver's Response to the Arts and Crafts Movement."  Handwoven.  November / December, 1995.  pp. 44-46.

Alpers, Edith.  "Edward Everett Oakes (1891-1960), a master craftsman from Boston, Massachusetts."  Jewellery Studies.  Vol. 3, 1989.  pp. 73-79.

Bach, Richard F.  "American Industrial Art / Tenth Annual Exhibition, Metropolitan Museum of Art."  The American Magazine of Art.  January, 1927.  pp. 27-29.

Bach, Richard F.  "Art and the Machine."  The American Magazine of Art.  February, 1928.  pp. 73-77.

Bamberger, Joan.  "'Nature in Her More Joyous Moods…' / Metalsmith Marie Zimmerman." American Craft.  April / May, 1993.  pp. 46-49.

Belknap, Elizabeth Willmarth.  "Milwaukee Arts and Crafts Exhibition."  The Sketch Book. April, 1902.  p. 22

Benetti, Arnold.  "A Selective History of Metalwork."  American Bungalow.  Number 10, 1995.  pp. 29-32.

Bennett, B.  "Arts and Crafts Exhibition." The Sketch Book / Art Institute of Chicago.  March, 1902.  pp. 12-15.

Bennett, B.  "The Craft Shops of Chicago." The Sketch Book / Art Institute of Chicago.  February, 1903.  pp. 8-10.

Bennett, Jamie.  "American Holloware / Changing Criteria."  Metalsmith. Summer, 1984.  pp. 6-13.

Berberian, Rosalie.  "The Society of Arts and Crafts of Boston and its Master Silversmiths."  Arts & Crafts Quarterly Magazine.  Vol. IV, No. 1.  pp. 16-23.

Bohdan, Carol.  "Arts and Crafts Copperware."  American Arts & Antiques.  March / April, 1979.  pp. 108-115.

Bowman, Leslie Greene.  "The American arts and crafts movement:  Industry applied to art."  The Magazine Antiques.  September, 1990.  pp. 506-517.

Braznell, W. Scott.  "Silversmithing as a Treatment for Tuberculosis:  William Waldo Dodge, Jr. and the Beginnings pf Gaylord Silvercraft."  The Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin.  Summer / Fall, 1992.  pp. 174-186.

Braznell, W. Scott.  "The advent of modern American silver."  The Magazine Antiques.  January, 1984.  pp. 236-241.

Clark, Henry Hunt.  "Frank Gardner Hale, Jeweler."  The American Magazine of Art.  April, 1923.  pp. 189-193.

Clark, Michael and Jill.  "Arthur H. Cole and the Avon Coppersmith."  Style 1900.  Vol. 11, No. 2.  pp. 22-25.

Cohen, Jerry.  "Arts and Crafts Metalwork."  American Bungalow.  Number 28, Winter, 1995.  pp. 20-24.

Cram, Ralph Adams.  "The Allied Arts."  The American Magazine of Art.  February, 1928.  pp. 61-69.

Darling, Sharon S.  "Arts and Crafts Shops in the Fine Arts Building." Chicago History.  Summer, 1977.  pp. 79-85.

Darling, Sharon S.  "Chicago Metalsmiths."  American Art Review.  January, 1978.  pp. 58-65.

De Forest, Robert W.  "Art in Everyday Life."  The American Magazine of Art, March, 1926, pp. 127-129.

DeAtley, Suzanne.  "The Weaving Legacy of the Arts and Crafts Movement in America."  Handwoven.  November / December, 1995.  pp. 36-43.

Denker, Ellen Paul.  "Women in the Arts and Crafts Movement:  Artists, Consumers, Pioneers."  Arts & Crafts Quarterly.  Vol. VII, No. 1.  pp. 30-33.

Everyday Art Quarterly, No. 7, 1948 [modernist American jewelry]

Design Quarterly [formerly Everyday Art Quarterly], No. 33, 1955 [modernist American jewelry]

Design Quarterly, No. 45-46, 1959 [modernist American jewelry]

Duis, Perry R.  "Where is Athens Now?  The Fine Arts Building 1898 to 1918."  Chicago History.  Summer, 1977.  pp. 66-78.

Elliott, Huger.  "The Handicrafts."  The American Magazine of Art.  November, 1925.  pp. 596-598.

Evans, R. Tripp.  "A Profitable Partnership."  Chicago History.  Summer, 1995.  pp. 4-21.

Farmarco, Joe.  "A Personal Pursuit of the Craft of Albert & Erwina Berry." Style 1900.  Vol. 11, No. 2.  pp. 64-70.

Fisch, Arline M.  "Ronald Hayes Pearson / American Classic."  American Craft.  June / July, 1992.  pp. 30-35.

Fisch, Arline M.  "The Legacy of Olaf Skoogfors."  Craft Horizons.  April, 1979.

Fish, Marilyn.  "Georg Jensen / An Arts and Crafts Enterprise."  Style 1900.  Summer / Fall, 2004.  pp. 46-53.

Frueh, Erne R. and Florence.  "Clara Barck Welles and Her Kalo Silverware."  The Antiques Journal.  May, 1978. pp. 11-15, 48.

Gale, Amy.  "Modernism In American Silver."  Antiques and the Arts Weekly.  Sep 13, 2005.  pp. 1, 40, 41.

Goodkind, Alice.  "Memories of a North beach Silversmith's Daughter." Arts & Crafts Quarterly.  Vol. III, No. 4. pp. 8-10.

Graves, Emily E.  "Handwrought Jewelry in America."  The American Magazine of Art (formerly "Art and Progress").  January 1915.  pp. 100-103.

Hale, Frank Gardner.  "The Handicrafts / An address delivered at the 18th Annual Convention of The American Federation of Arts, Boston, Mass., May 18-20, 1927."  The American Magazine of Art.  February, 1928.  pp. 70-72.

Hanks, David A.  "Frank Lloyd Wright's Decorative Designs / Harmony in the House."  American Art & Antiques.   March / April, 1979.  pp. 100-107.

Hanks, David A.  "Robert R. Jarvie, Chicago Silversmith."  The Magazine Antiques.  September, 1976.  pp. 522-527.

Hill, Jeffrey.  "Albert Berry / A Northwest Craftsman." Arts & Crafts Quarterly. Vol. II, No. 4. pp. 4-5.

Hohoff, Tay.  "Silver is to Live With."  Arts & Decoration.  April, 1937.  pp. 24-26.

James, Michael L.  "The Heintz Connection / Otto I. Heintz and his Art Metal Shops."  Arts & Crafts Quarterly.  Vol. VI, No. 1. pp. 12-20.

Johnson, Bruce E.  "Arts & Crafts Metalwork."  Country Living.  February, 1996, pp. 52-57.

Johnson, Bruce E.  "Patination of Arts & Crafts Metalwork."  Arts & Crafts Quarterly.  Vol. I, No. 4.  pp 5-6, 11, 14.

Kahn, Eve M.  "Samuel Yellin / With Hammer in Hand."  Style 1900.  Spring / Summer, 2004.  pp. 60-67.

Kahr, Joan.  "Edgar Brandt / Master of Art Deco Ironwork."  Metalsmith.  Vol. 19, No. 3.  pp. 34-41.

Karnaghan, Anne Webb.  "Arthur J. Stone, Silversmith."  The American Magazine of Art.  June, 1926.  pp. 296-301.

Karnaghan, Anne Webb.  "Crafts and Craftsmen in America."  The American Magazine of Art.  April, 1927.  pp. 187-193.

Karnaghan, Anne Webb.  "Edward E. Oakes:  Master Craftsman, Maker of Hand-Wrought Jewelry."  The American Magazine of Art.  December, 1926.  pp. 625-629.

Knaufft, Ernest.  "The Arts and Crafts in America."  The American Review of Reviews.  May, 1908.  pp. 561-569.

Kohlman, Rena Tucker.  "Her Metalcraft Spiritual / Janet Payne Bowles seeks to express the universal and eternal in rhythmic modeling of gold and silver."  International Studio.  October, 1924.  pp. 54-57.

Kramer, Sam.  "Letter [regarding 'the promiscuous use of the lost-wax casting technique.']"  Design Quarterly [formerly Everyday Art Quarterly].  Number 48-49, 1960.  pp. 54-55.

Kurland, Catherine, and Zabar, Lori.  "Metalwork / Reflections of English and American Contributions." Arts & Crafts Quarterly. Vol. III, No. 3. pp. 10-15.

Levin, Ed.  "Requisites of Design in Jewelry / Blow-by-blow sequence for perfectionists."  Craft Horizons.  April, 1954.  pp. 30-33.

Lieberman, Gloria.  "Artistic Adornment."  Antiques & Fine Art.  May / June 1990.  pp. 102-107.

Lovoos, Janice Penney.  "Allan Adler / A top name in silver connotes versatility."  Craft Horizons.  December, 1954.  pp. 19-21.

Macomber, Henry P.  "American Silver."  The American Magazine of Art.  March, 1916.  pp. 175-179.

Macomber, Henry P.  "The Silversmiths of New England."  The American Magazine of Art.  October, 1932.  pp. 211-218.

Marek, Don.  "Light and Line:  The Art of Forest Emerson Mann."  Arts & Crafts Quarterly Magazine.  Vol. VI, No. 3.  pp. 18-21.

Martin, Stephen A. "The Genius of Archibald Knox."  Style 1900.  Vol. 11, No. 2.  pp. 38-45.

Marting, Leslie G.  "When Artist and Craftsman Were One / Horace E. Potter and Arts & Crafts Silver in Cleveland."  Silver Magazine.  May/June, 2005. pp. 30-36.

Matzdorf, Kurt.  "Architecture in Silver."  Metalsmith. Spring, 1984.  pp. 36-38.

McCarthy, Cathleen.  "Ahead of the Curve / Belle Époque:  When Jewelry Became Art."  Art & Antiques.  May, 1998.  pp. 48-54.

McDonald, Jessica.  "Decorative Arts in Chicago."  The American Magazine of Art.  March, 1925.  pp. 139-142.

Metcalf, Bruce.  "Replacing the Myth of Modernism."  American Craft.  February / March, 1993. pp. 40-47.

Micucci, Dana.  "Antiques Notebook / Focus on American Arts and Crafts Silver."  Architectural Digest.  April, 1993.  pp. 50, 52, 56, 58.

Moss, Roger.  "Copper, Mica, and Light / Table Lamps From the Dirk van Erp Studio." Style 1900.  Vol. 11, No. 2.  pp. 48-54.

Moss, Roger.  "Dirk van Erp / Warty Pots / some observations."  Arts & Crafts Quarterly.  Vol. VI, No. 2.  pp. 6-9.

Norton, Deborah.  "A History of the School for American Craftsmen."  Metalsmith.  Winter, 1985.  pp. 14-21.

Norton, Deborah.  "The Arts and Crafts Movement and its Influence on American Metalwork."  Metalsmith. Summer, 1984.  pp. 20-27.

Pattison, James William.  "The Plan of Chicago -- Practical and Beautiful."  Fine Arts Journal.  October, 1910.  pp. 178-200.

Porcelli, Joe.  "Louis C. Tiffany and the Arts & Crafts Aesthetic."  Arts & Crafts Quarterly. Vol. III, No. 3. pp. 36-40.

Preston, Jessie.  "Designs." The Sketch Book. April, 1902.  p. 11.

Rago, David.  "Show Review / The Arts and Crafts Movement in California:  Living the Good Life."  Arts & Crafts Quarterly.  Vol VII, No. 1. pp. 12-13.

Raymond, Sherry M.  "The Chicago Arts and Crafts Movement."  Arts & Crafts Quarterly.  Vol. VII, No. 1.  pp. 24-28.

Reinhardt, Richard; Lechtzin, Stanley; and Drutt, Helen.  "Olaf Skoogfors:  A Collaborative Dedication."  Metalsmith. Winter, 1987.  pp. 14-19.

Rhines,Barbara.  "Boston's Role in American Arts and Crafts."  Style 1900.  Vol. 10, No. 3.  pp. 40-44.

Richards, Charles R.  "The Development of the Industrial Arts."  The American Magazine of Art.  February, 1928.  pp. 77-78.

Richmond, Sherry M. "The Chicago Arts and Crafts Movement."  Arts & Crafts Quarterly.  Vol VII, No. 1. pp.  24-28.

Rudd, David D.  "Wrought in Syracuse:  Onondaga Metal Shops and Benedict Art Studios." Style 1900.  Vol. 11, No. 2.  pp. 58-61.

Russell, Nancy Ukai.  "Modern Jewelry Pioneer Elsa Freund."  Ornament.  Autumn, 1991. pp. 50-55, 85, 87.

Sargent, Irene.  "Notes." The Craftsman. March, 1903, p. 390.

Sargent, Irene.  "Technical Excellence as Represented by Some American Art Metalsmiths."  The Keystone. November, 1910, pp. 1825-1828.

Seger, Terry.  "Stickley Brothers Metalwork:  A Touch of Russia."  Style 1900.  Vol. 11, No. 2.  pp. 74-79.

Smith, Katherine Louise.  "An arts and crafts exhibition at Minneapolis."  The Craftsman. March, 1903, pp. 373-377.

Stratton, Howard Fremont.  "American Wrought Iron."  The American Magazine of Art.  May, 1916.  pp. 273-276.

Stratton, Howard Fremont.  "Samuel Yellin, Iron Worker, Receives the Philadelphia Award."  The American Magazine of Art.  May, 1926.  pp. 228-234.

Stuart, Evelyn Marie.  "American Silversmithing -- Old and New."  Fine Arts Journal.  October, 1910.  pp. 223-238.

Stuart, Evelyn Marie.  "Teco Pottery and Faience Tile."  Fine Arts Journal.  August, 1911.  pp. 98-111.

Surgan, David H.  "The Heintz Finishing Touch / A Collector's Study of a Palette of Patinas." Style 1900.  Vol. 11, No. 2.  pp. 28-35.

Thiessen, Victoria Rodriguez.  "Elizabeth Eaton Burton."  The Magazine Antiques.  April, 2002.  pp. 96-103.

Tinkler, Peter and Rod.  "Yngve Olsson / A Chicago Silversmith."  Silver Magazine.  July / August, 1999.  pp. 26-33.

Triggs, Oscar Lovell.  "The Future of the 'Arts and Crafts Movement.'"  The Independent.  October 15, 1903.  pp 2449-2452.

Twichell, Gertrude S.  "Enamelling."  The Handicrafter.  January-February, 1930.  pp. 36-40.

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California Twentieth Century Metalwork Part One: San Francisco Bay Area.  Edgar W. Morse.  San Francisco:  Argentum Antiques Ltd. 1978.

California Twentieth Century Metalwork Part Two: Southern California.  Edgar W. Morse.  San Francisco:  Argentum Antiques Ltd. 1978

Extracts from Article / in the / American Magazine of Art / December, 1926, Issue."  [Promotional pamphlet reproduced by] Edward E. Oakes / Studio and Salesrooms / 44 Bromfield Street, Boston.

For the Bride / Hand Wrought Rings …by Oakes [catalog].  Wakefield, MA:  Edward Everett Oakes & Son.

Memorial Service [pamphlet] Celebrating the Life of Allan Wilbur Adler 1916-2002.  Forest Lawn, Hollywood Hills, Old North Church.

The Finest Things in Silver [pamphlet].  J. P. Petterson, Silversmith.  Chicago.

The Gamble House presents The Chicago Arts & Crafts and Prairie School Tour.  Chicago:  The Gamble House, 1998.

The Jewelers Index. Philadelphia, The Keystone Publishing Co., 1922.

The Jewelers Index (Third Edition). Philadelphia, The Keystone Publishing Co., 1924.

The Keystone Jewelry Trade Mark Book. Philadelphia, The Keystone Publishing Co., 1934.

The Kalo Shop [Catalog] / 182 Michigan Boulevard Chicago / Designers & Makers of Handwrought Jewelry and Silverware.  Gold, Silver Copper and Brass Ware Beaten and Wrought by Hand.  Park Ridge, IL:  Kalo Work Shops.  Undated.

The Society of Arts and Crafts Boston & New York 30th Annual Report 1927.  Boston and New York, 1927

The Society of Arts and Crafts Boston Twenty-First Annual Report 1918.  Boston, 1918

The Society of Arts and Crafts Boston Twenty-Second Annual Report 1919.  Boston, 1919

The Society of Arts and Crafts Boston Twenty-Third Annual Report 1920.  Boston, 1920

The Society of Arts and Crafts in Celebration of its 90th Anniversary Presents Masters: Past [pamphlet].  Boston.  1987.

The Story of the House of Kirk [pamphlet with extensive collection of Kirk silver marks].  Omaha, NE:  C. B. Brown.  1930.

The Story of Porter Blanchard / Hand Wrought Silver and Pewter.  Calabasas, CA:  Lewis A. Wise, Silversmith.  Undated.

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