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* Please click on the articles below which are available online to read

“A Nineteenth Century Rhode Island Folk Artisan Discovered: Lawton Not Colvin,” Maine Antiques Digest, March 1987.

“Living with antiques, A collection of American folk art in the Midwest,” The Magazine Antiques, October 1990.

“Frames used on American Folk Paintings and Needlework, 1760-1880,” The Magazine Antiques, October 1991.

"American Folk Art,” in The Guennol Collection Volume III (The Brooklyn Museum, 1992).

“American Folk Art,” in The Encyclopedia of Antiques (Acropolis Books, 1992).

“The Lost Sketchbook of Jurgan Frederick Huge,” The Clarion, Magazine of The Museum of American Folk Art, Spring 1992.

“Living with antiques, The Gail-Oxford collection of American antiques in Southern California,” The Magazine Antiques, September 1992.

“The Herseys: Toyware and Box manufacturers in Bucket Town,” Maine Antique Digest, August 1995.

"Stars and Stripes Forever, A Personal Look at American Folk Art with Patriotic Imagery, The Catalogue of Antiques and Fine Art, Late Spring 2001.

“Emeline M. Robinson Kelley: Artist and Teacher of Portsmouth, New Hampshire,”
“Father and Son: The Painted Furniture of George Robert Lawton, Senior and Junior,”
and “A Rare William and Mary Cabinet: Some Thoughts on Its Function and Origin,”
in Expression of Innocence and Eloquence, Collection from the Jane Katcher Collection of Americana, Volume II (Marquand Books, 2011).

* “A Cutwork Tree of Life in the Manner of Hannah Cohoon,” Antiques and Fine Art, February 2013.

* “Pictures within pictures: Photographs of American folk paintings, 1840-1880,” The Magazine Antiques, September 2013.

* “The Myth Of G. Gustemer And The Recognition Of George Gassner,” Antiques & Fine Art, 15th Anniversary, Winter/Spring 2015, pp. 156-165 and, January 22, 2015

* “Carver Samuel Robb’s Santa Claus Figure,”, February 3, 2017

Courtesy of Antiques & Fine Art XIV, no. 1 (15th Anniversary/Spring, 2015): 156-165, and

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