London: Heim Gallery, 1976. Softcover. Wraps. [74+plates] pp. 100 bw plates. Six-page introductory essay by John Wilmerding. Each of the 100 pictures is annotated and discussed previous to the plates' section. These catalogue entries were written by Gary Burger. Includes four works each by Cole and Homer, and three each...
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Laguna Beach, California: Laguna Art Museum, 1993. Hardcover. Beige cloth over boards; Gold lettering on spine and front cover; Color illus. dj.; 139 pp.; 75 color plates. Contains 75 works from the museum's permanent collection, including pieces by Franz Bischoff, Carl Oscar Borg, Tony DeLap, John Paul Jones, Helen Lundeberg...
Andover, MA: Phillips Academy, 1939. Hardcover. Blue boards. 133 pp. 100+ bw plates. Arranged in no particular order. Does not appear to be comprehensive in nature.
1972. Hardcover. Black buckram with gilt letters on spine & front cover, color illus. wraps, 56 pp., many color illus. Issued in conjunction with a 1972-1973 exhibition held at the William Penn Memorial Museum in Harrisburg, Penna. Showcases 57 pieces (47 paintings, 10 sculptures) from the collection of Meyer and...
Newark, NJ: The Newark Museum, 1981. Softcover. Wraps. 432 pp. 42 color, over 400 bw plates. The first half of this massive volume contains the photographs of works. The second half is an alphabetical listing of artists in the collection and their works. Index to reproductions in rear. An enormous...
New York: Washburn Gallery, 1981. Softbound. White wraps.  pp. 3 bw plates. Includes work by Charles G. Shaw, Suzy Frelinghuysen and more. Published to accompany an exhibition held in Washburn Gallery, NY: June 23 to July 31, 1981.
New York: Sotheby's, 1985. Softbound. Green, color-illustrated wraps. 97 lots listed and illustrated, most in color. Includes the prices realized list. Some prices are inked in, as well. Beautiful color plates of folk art paintings. Someworks are extensively annotated.
Lexington, Virginia: Washington and Lee University, 1999. Softbound. Gray pictorial wraps, [iii] 60pp, 23 color and BW plates. Exhibition catalog; each plate contains annotation and page-worth of history. 22 of the plates feature Washington; one features Lee.
Birmingham, AL: Oxmoor House, 1986. Hardcover. White cloth/color dj. 128 pp. 68 color plates.
Manchester, NH: Currier Gallery of Art, 1962. Softbound. Wraps. 20 pp. 14 bw plates. Two-page foreword by the director describing the collector and the collection. Lists 56 works, 10 of them by unidentified artists. Uncommon. Published to accompany the exhibition held in Manchester, NH: Currier Gallery of Art, Apr. 12 to May 27, 1962.
Washington, DC: Phillips Memorial Gallery, 1944. Softcover. Cream stapled wraps with grey and green lettering; unpaginated with 32 pp. and no illustrations. With a 4-page foreword about the collection and the catalogue of 195 works, arranged room-by-room; includes a schedule of exhibitions, concerts, and lectures that were held April-May 1944.
Pittsburgh, PA: Carnegie Institute Department of Fine Arts, 1947. Softbound. Printed wraps.  pp., 10 bw plates. Six-page introductory essay. Lists 64 superb selections of American Folk Art, with attributions where possible. Scarce.
Towson, Maryland: Sheppard Pratt, 2005. Softcover. Blue illus. wraps; Spiralbound; 94 pp.; 54 color plates. A blank journal showcasing works in the collection at the Sheppard Pratt hospital in Towson, Maryland; Includes works by Timothy App, Christy Bergland, Squeak Carnwath, Jean Dubuffet, Penny Harris, Philip Koch, Faith Ringgold, Thomas van Damme, and more.
Chicago, Illinois: Union League Club of Chicago, 1970s (circa). Softcover. White illus. stapled wraps; 48 pp.; Profusely illustrated in bw. Catalogue of the works in the permanent collection of the Union League of Chicago.
New Britain, Connecticut: The Art Museum, New Britain, 1952. Softcover. Light green wraps with dark green lettering; 14 pp. with no illustrations. Two listings in alphabetical order; one of the oil paintings, one of the watercolors, from the museum's collections. Probably 250 listings.
Washington, DC: Weschler's, 1998. Softcover. Color illus. wraps; unpaginated, approx. 100 pp.; Profusely illustrated with bw photos. One catalogue for two auctions held on October 3rd, 1998; 164 lots listed for the Asian Works auction, which include Chinese Jades, Pottery, and Porcelain, Korean and Chinese Furniture, and more from the...
Beverly Hills, CA: The Barakat Gallery, 1986. Hardcover. Black cloth, off-white pictorial dust jacket. 124 pp. Many color plates.
New York: Christie's, 1999. Softbound. Pink and brown wraps with vellum DJ, 199pp, profuse color and BW illustrations. Auction catalog; each piece is annotated.
London: Giles, 2010. Softbound. Brightly colored wraps with French flaps. 286 pp, profuse color and BW plates, including 5 fold-out plates. From the publisher--This catalog is an outstanding survey of four hundred centuries of art from one of America’s leading regional museums. Published by D Giles Limited in association with...
1949-1951. Softbound. Various ephemeral pieces. This lot consists of several newsletter from the museum dated in the late part of 1949, and an invitation to exhibitions held in 1951 printed on a very nice embossed card. Early ephemera from this regional museum.
The Brooklyn Museum, 1979. Softbound. Color pictorial wraps. 133 pp., over 900 small bw plates. This catalogue lists appx. 900 - 1000 works alphabetically by artist. A most useful reference.
The Brooklyn Museum, 1984. Softbound. Color illustrated wraps. 88 pp., profusely illustrated in bw. A massive listing, with as many illustrations. An essential reference, very useful for looking up specific artists.
Buffalo: The Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, 1919. Hardcover. Brown cardboard library binding with black cloth spine; 46 pp. with a bw photo of the museum. Each work well-annotated. With information about the board, committees, etc.
Washington, DC: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.), 1987. Softcover. White wraps with color illus., [vi] 22 pp., 2 color illustrations, 6 in bw. Published for an exhibition September 1 - October 2, 1987, showing the collection of The Federal Reserve Board, which began collecting art in...
Salem, MA: Peabody Museum, 1959. Softcover. Blue wraps. Unpaginated. 63 bw plates. Contains a listing of 203 prints collected by Mr. Olds. Terrific catalogue of American marine engravings with strong reproductions and very useful reference information. Published to accompany the exhibition held in Salem, MA: Peabody Museum, July 6 to Sept. 30, 1959.