Appendix B


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———. “American Japanned Furniture.” Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, xxviii (March, 1933), 42–48.

———. “John Cogswell, Cabinetmaker.” Antiques, lxi (April, 1952), 322–324.

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———. “A Pedigreed Lacquered Highboy.” Antiques, xv (May, 1929), 398–401.

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———. “A New Boston Worker Identified.” American Collector, i (December, 1933), 1.

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———. “George Bright, Cabinetmaker.” Art Quarterly, xxvii (1964), 134–149.

———. “Seymour Furniture Problems.” Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Bulletin, lvii (1959), 102–113.

———. “William Randall, Boston Japanner.” Antiques, cv (May, 1974), 1127–1131.

———. “Works of Boston Cabinetmakers, 1795–1825, Part i.” Antiques, lxxxi (February, 1962), 186–189.

———. “Works of Boston Cabinetmakers, 1795–1825, Part ii.” Antiques, lxxxi (April, 1962), 412–415.

———, and McElman, Martha. “Ebenezer Hartshorne, Cabinetmaker.” Antiques, lxxxvii (January, 1965), 78–79.

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———. “Boston’s Carvers and Joiners, Part ii.” Antiques, liii (April, 1948), 281–285.

———. “Furnituremakers of Charlestown.” Antiques, xlvi (October, 1944), 203–206.

———. “John Seymour and Son, Cabinetmakers.” Antiques, xxxii (October, 1937), 176–180.

———. “The Johnstons and the Reas—Japanners.” Antiques, xliii (May, 1943), 211–213.

———. “Orrery by Joseph Pope of Boston.” Antiques, xxxi (March, 1937), 112–115.

———. “A Revised Estimate of McIntire.” Antiques, xx (December, 1931), 338–343.

———. “Simeon Skillin, Senior: The First American Sculptor.” Antiques, xlvi (July, 1944), 21.

Thwing, Leroy. “The Four Carving Skillins.” Antiques, xxxiii (June, 1938), 326–328.

Whitehill, Walter Muir, and Hitchings, Sinclair. Boston Prints and Printmakers 1670–1775. Boston: Colonial Society of Massachusetts, 1973.

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Young, M. Ada. “Five Secretaries and the Cogswells.” Antiques, lxxxviii (October, 1965), 478–485.