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Ice Wagons at the Stone City Art Colony and School.  Photo courtesy of Don L. Glasell.

Ice Wagons on the Grounds of the Green Mansion, Stone City, IA.
Ice Wagons were used as accommodations for members of the colony and school.
Photographer: John W. Barry, Jr. Photo provided and used with the permission of Don L. Glasell,
son of Chris and Don Glasell, students at the Colony.


NOTE: All profiles were developed through a variety of resources, such as letters, interviews, email, reference titles, databases, and websites.  For some artists all that is known to date is their names on lists. This bibliography reflects all the sources relating to specific persons connected with the Stone City Art Colony and School in alphabetical order by name. Several electronic sources are included on the individual profile pages when available. The Project background materials are found in the Background Information Bibliography. The artists with individual pages are indicated by their names as hot links. All artists not portrayed on the original photograph that inspired this work are found on the Other Participants page. Some have individual pages.

Adams, Susan (Mrs. Susan Adams Bissell) (1906-1999)

  • Gage, Stacy. "Bissells: A Family of Artists: An Exhibition." Dubuque Museum of Art: Dubuque, Iowa. 8 September-8 November 2009.
  • Mansfield, Susie Bissell. Correspondence with K. Raine. 20 October 2009.
  • Mansfield, Susan Bissell. Telephone conversation with K. Raine. 19 March 2010.
  • "Obituaries: Susan Adams Bissell." Dubuque Telegraph-Herald [Dubuque, IA] 17 November 1999: 6B.
  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Allen, Lee (1910-2006)

  • Allen, Lee, et al. The Hole in My Vision: An Artist's View of His Own Macular Degeneration. Iowa City, IA: Penfield Press, 2000.
  • Allen, Lee. In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual. Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • Barnes, Emiliegh. "Renowned Illustrator, Lee Allen Dies." The Daily Iowan [Iowa City, IA] 8 May 2006. Available: http://webeye.ophth.uiowa.edu/dept/News/2006/0508-Lee-Allen.htm
  • Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Lee Allen." In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • Ries, Emily C., and Bethany Kohoutek. "Brunnier Welcomes New Art Exhibits." Iowa State Daily [Ames, IA] 28 August 2001. Available: http://www.iowastatedaily.com
  • Schulte, Grant. "Medical Artist Had Eye for Eyes." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 7 May 2006: 5B.
  • Special Collections Department, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa. "Lee Allen Collection of Card Paintings, MsC 803." Available: http://www.lib.uiowa.edu/spec-coll/MSC/ToMsC850/MsC803/MsC803_allenlee.htm
  • Wong, Don, and Marlene Fishman. "Lee Allen: The Man, the Legend." Journal of Ophthalmic Photography, 12.2 (1990): 51-67.

Allen, Josephine

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Allison, Harold Palmer

  • Barry, John W., Jr. 1932 Stone City Art Colony photograph. Department of Special Collections, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa.

Anderson, Lucy M. (1881-1975)

  • "Death Notices: Mrs. Lucy M. Anderson." Fort Dodge Messenger [Fort Dodge, IA] March 1975.
  • Fisher, Carol and Alan. "Drawn to Boothbay: Art Colonies of the Early 1900s, Part II." Boothbay Register 10 July 2003. Available: http://boothbayregister.maine.com/2003-07-10/our_past.html
  • Nelson, Alan. Letter dated 10 April 2004.
  • Ness, Zenobia B. and Louise Orwig. "Lucy M. Anderson." In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • Peet, Maxine. "...leaves legacy of accomplishments and interest in art." Fort Dodge Messenger [Fort Dodge, IA] 28 April 1975: 15.
  • Petteys, Chris. "Lucy M. Anderson." In Dictionary of Women Artists: An International Dictionary of Women Born Before 1900. Boston: G.K. Hall, 1985.
  • Welch, Eloise. Letter dated 21 June 2004.

Arends, Jack (1911-1986) 

  • "Deaths: Jack Arends."  The Daily Chronicle [DeKalb, IL] 24 November 1986. 
  • "Dr. Jack Arends." Vitae.  University Libraries, Regional History Center.  Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL.
  • "Services Set for Jack Arends."  Sycamore News [Sycamore, IL] 26 November 1986.
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
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Azzi, Jane Russell (1909-1995)

  • "Davenport Girls are Among Advanced Art Students who Exhibit in Kroch Galleries." Davenport Democrat and Leader 16 March 1930. 
  • "Jane Russell." From The 1928 Davenport High School Blackhawk. [s.n.], p.46.
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Barry, John W. Jr. (1905-1988) - colony photographer

  • "Camera is Less Important than Man Behind it." Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier (ca.1939).
  • Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. "Artist Archives." Available: http://www.crma.org/collection/archives/arar-r.htm
  • "C.R. Home Boasts 1st Wood Painting Ever Sold." Cedar Rapids Gazette 29 December 1989: 5w.
  • Elderkin, Shearon B. Telephone conversation on 16 October 2003.
  • "Ex-ISC Student to be Speaker for Camera Club." Ames Tribune (ca.1950).
  • Johnson, Dan. "John Barry: A Classic in the Field of Photography." Cedar Rapids Gazette 19 August 1987: 8E.
  • National Public Radio. "Present at the Creation: 'American Gothic.'" (Nov. 18, 2002) Available: http://www.npr.org/programs/morning/features/patc/americangothic/

Bloom, Isabel Scherer (Mrs. John Bloom) (1908-2001) 

Bloom, John Vincent (1906-2002) 

  • "Bloom, John Vincent." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • Bloom, John Vincent, Daniel E. Stetson, and Julie McDonald. John Bloom: Living Regionalism, July 1-August 14, 1998.  Davenport, IA: Davenport Museum of Art, 1988. 
  • Bower, Amy and Patrice Beam.  Isabel Bloom: The Artist and Her Legacy. [S.l.]: Isabel Bloom, 2002.  
  • DeLong, Lea Rosson.  "John Vincent Bloom: 1906-2002." In John Bloom: An Eye for Life: Brunnier Art Museum, Iowa State University, August 27, 2002-January 5, 2003. Ames, Iowa: Brunnier Art Museum, Iowa State University, 2002.  
  • Grant Wood Art Festival and Gallery. Grant Wood Art Festival, 1991.  Anamosa, IA: Grant Wood Art Gallery and Museum, 1991.  
  • Iowa State University Library, Parks Library. "Grant Wood Mural: Other Arts Follow: Engineering Panel."  Available: http://www.lib.iastate.edu/cfora/generic.cfm?cat=arts_murals_wood&navid=10705&parent=3000&disp=classic&pagemode=
  • Lorance, Nancy. "John Bloom, Illinois Artist." From "W.P.A. - New Deal Art during the Great Depression."   Available: http://www.wpamurals.com/bloombio.htm
  • Mecklenburg, Virginia.  "John Bloom." From The Public as Patron. College Park, MD: University of Maryland, 1979.  (p.34) No longer available online.
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig.  "John Vincent Bloom." In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939. 
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  • Wehmeier, Mary. "Mary Wehmeier's Blog du Jour: When Tillage Begins, Other Arts Follow: John Bloom."  (May 23, 2002).  Available: http://radio.weblogs.com/0100243/2002/05/23.html 

Bortin, Fran

  • Barry, John W., Jr. 1932 Stone City Art Colony photograph. Department of Special Collections, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa.

Boyd, Byron Ben (1887-1959) 

  • "Boyd, Byron B.: Biography."  The Bulletin.  Washington, D.C.: Treasury Department Art Projects, Public Buildings Branch.  13 (Mar-June 1937): 20. 
  • "Boyd, Byron Bennett." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig.  "Byron Ben Boyd."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • Salisbury House Foundation. "History of Salisbury House: The Dream." Available: http://www.salisburyhouse.org/history/the_dream.php
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Bradley, Nedda

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Branagan, Iris M.

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Briggs, Lela Powers (Mrs. W. A. Briggs) (1896-1953)

  • "Briggs, Lela. (Mrs. Wilbur A.)" In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual - Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • Briggs, Roderick. Letter to K. Raine. 21 April 2008.
  • Iowa Women's Archives, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa. "Lela Powers Briggs (1896-1953): Papers, 1892-1992." Available: http://sdrc.lib.uiowa.edu/iwa/findingaids/html/BriggsLela.htm
  • Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Lela Margaret Briggs." In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933.
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Brown, Helen Gardner

  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933.
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Bunn, Julia Sampson (1914-2001) 

Burlingame, Dennis Meighan (1901-1964) 

  • AskArt.com. "Dennis Meighan Burlingame: Biography." Available: http://www.askart.com/artist/B/dennis_meighan_burlingame.asp?ID=25751
  • "Burlingame, Dennis Meighan." In Who's Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • "Dennis Burlingame: Obituary." New York Times 25 January 1964: 23, c.5. 
  • Garwood, Darrell. Artist in Iowa: A Life of Grant Wood. New York: W.W. Norton, 1944. 
  • Falk, Peter H. Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual - Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947.  Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985. 
  • Heil, Walter, and Thomas Cleveland Parker.  Frontiers of American Art. Works Progress Administration, Federal Art Project; M.H. DeYoung Memorial Museum, San Francisco, 1939.  San Francisco, CA: Carlisle, 1939.  
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig.  "Denis Meichan Burlingame." In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • "Project Artists Show Paintings in Minor Key."  The Art Digest 13 (March 1, 1939): 12. 
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Butler, Earl W. (Mr. and Mrs)

  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933.
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Caldwell, Georgia Leigh (1892-1936)

  • "Caldwell, Georgia Leigh." From Who Was Who in American Art, 1564-1975; 400 Years of Artists in America. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1999.
  • "Death of Georgia Leigh Caldwell, Noted in Art." Oak Leaves [Oak Park, IL] 30 January 1936: 59.
  • Mark Murray Fine Paintings. "European & American Paintings from the 19th & Early 20th Centuries." New York, NY, 1996.
  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Carey, Justyn

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Carpenter, Bethane (Bethane Carpenter Fister Hall) (1910-2006)

  • "January 4, 1954." Minutes of the Carroll, Iowa School Board.
  • "Art Students." ACE, Yearbook for Carroll, Iowa public schools, 1957-1958.
  • "Art Students Enjoy Various Assignments." ACE Yearbook for Carroll, Iowa public schools, 1965-1966.
  • "Bethane Fister." ACE, Yearbook for Carroll, Iowa public schools, 1963-1964.
  • "Bethane Fister: Art Supervision." ACE, Yearbook for Carroll, Iowa public schools, 1955-1956.
  • Fister, Jon C. (2011, May 23). Conversation with K. Raine.
  • "Obituaries: Carroll: Bethane "Betty" Hall." Coon Rapids Enterprise [Coon Rapids, IA] 18 January 2007
  • Reitz, Wilbert. "Around Town: Mrs. Jonathon M. (Bethane) Hall." Times-Herald [Carroll, Iowa] 20 April 1984.
  • Richardson, Ellen. (2008, April 22). Letter to K. Raine.
  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.
  • "Stress on Creative Art." ACE, Yearbook for Carroll, Iowa public schools, 1967-1968.
  • White, B.J. (2008, March 10). Conversation with K. Raine.

Carriel, Mary Thompson (Mrs. C.A. Carriel) (1884?-1950) 

  • Bulletin of MacMurray College: Alumnae News and Record. 24.6 (Aug. 1934): 4.
  • Catalogue of Illinois Female College and College of Music and Art, Jacksonville, Illinois, 1897-1898. Jacksonville, IL: Illinois Courier Printing House, 1898.
  • Illinois Woman's College Alumnae Association Directory. Jacksonville, IL: [s.n.], 1923.
  • Illinois Woman's College Alumnae Association Register with Reports for 1913. Jacksonville, IL: [s.n.], 1914.
  • "Charles A. Carriel." In The Iowa Press Association's Who's Who in Iowa: A Biographical Record of Iowa's Leaders in Business, Professional, and Public Life. Des Moines, IA: Iowa Press Association, 1940.
  • "Judge Owen P. Thompson." In Portrait and Biographical Album of Morgan and Scott Counties, Ills., Containing Full Page Portraits and Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens of the County. Chicago, IL: Chapman Brothers, 1889.
  • MacMurray College Alumnae Directory, 1948.
  • Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Mary Thompson Carriel." In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  •  Rammelkamp, Charles Henry. Illinois College: A Centennial History, 1829-1929. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1928.
  •  Robinson, Carl E., ed., et al. Catalogue of the Officers, Alumni, and Former Students of Illinois College, 1829-1912. Jacksonville, IL: [s.n.], 1912.
  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Chamberlain, Glenn B. (1914-2001) 

  • "Art of Youth Here Chosen: Painting to Hang in White House."  Des Moines Register 1 May 1934: 1A. 
  • Chamberlain, Glenn. "1948 Exhibition: 'Mexican Mother' (Sculpture #9)." In The Annual Exhibition Record of the National Academy of Design, 1901-1950. Peter Hastings Falk, ed. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1990.
  • "Chamberlain, Glenn." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • Greer, Nora Richter.  "Nurturing the Heritage of WPA Art."  Architecture: The AIA Journal 72 (December 1983): 26-27. 
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig.  "Glenn Chamberlain."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939. 
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  • University of Colorado-Boulder.  "Silver and Gold Record:  Obituaries: Glenn B. Chamberlain."  Available: https://www.cu.edu/sg/messages/505.html 

Chapin, Francis (1899-1965) 

  • AskArt.com. "Francis Chapin: Artist Summary."  Available: http://www.askart.com/askart/artist.aspx?artist=25182
  • Chapin, Francis.  Francis Chapin. Savannah, GA: Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1973. 
  • Chapin, Francis.  The Francis Chapin Papers, 1917-1974. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. 
  • Dyer, Briggs.  "The One Ingredient: Francis Chapin and his Art."  Magazine of Art 34.6 (1941): 305-310. 
  • Jane Haslem Gallery.  "Francis Chapin: Biography." Available: http://www.artline.com/galleries/haslem/chapin/bio.html  
  • Marquis Publishing.  Who's Who in America: A Biographical Dictionary of Notable Living Men and Women: Volume 33 (1964-65).  Chicago: Marquis Publications, 1964. 
  • Old Sculpin Gallery, Edgartown, MA. "Francis Chapin: Permanent Collection."  Available: http://www.oldsculpingallery.org/francis_chapin.html

Christie, Mae Allyn [Mae Allyn Schupbach] (1895-1957)

  • "Mae Allyn Christie Prints to Will Be Presented at McMurry." Abilene Reporter News [Abilene, TX] 12 March 1939.
  • "Mrs. Mae Schupbach, Tulsa Artist, Teacher, Dies; Was Reared Here." Moberly Monitor, Index, and Democrat [Moberly, MO] 13 February 1957.
  • Pettys, Chris. Dictionary of Women Artists: An International Dictionary of Women Artists Born Before 1900. Boston : G.K. Hall, 1985.
  • "Schupbach, Mae Allyn." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Coffman, Esther (Mrs. Arthur Dorothy) (1900-1976)

  •  Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Cone, Marvin (1891-1965) 

  • Brown, Hazel E. Grant Wood and Marvin Cone: Artists of an Era.  Ames, IA: Iowa State University, 1972.  
  • Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. "Marvin D. Cone."  Retrieved 23 April 2002.  Available: http://www.crma.org/collection/cone/cone-r.htm 
  • Coe College, Cedar Rapids, IA.  "Winnifred Cone Gallery." Available: http://www.public.coe.edu/departments/Art/mcone.html
  • Czestochowski, Joseph S. Marvin D. Cone: An American Tradition.  New York: E.P. Dutton, 1985.
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig. "Marvin D. Cone."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939. 
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Cook, Eleanor

  • Barry, John W., Jr. 1932 Stone City Art Colony photograph. Department of Special Collections, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa.

Correthers, Leslie Young (? - ?)

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Cowden, Harry D.

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Crabb, Harriet (1868-1951)

  • "Bits About 'Em: Mrs. Harriet Crabb." Mason City Globe-Gazette [Mason City, IA] 21 June 1934: 7.
  • "Bits About 'Em: Mrs. Harriet Crabb." Mason City Globe-Gazette [Mason City, IA] 3 August 1938.
  • "High School Art Work to be Displayed: Mrs. Harriet Crabb Will Talk at Meeting of Art Department." Mason City Globe-Gazette [Mason City, IA] 21 February 1935: 6.
  • "Mrs. Crabb, Misses Neal, O'Harrow Retire." Mason City Globe-Gazette [Mason City, IA] 27 April 1940: 18.
  • "Mrs. Crabb to Show Work at State Fair." Mason City Globe-Gazette [Mason City, IA] 24 August 1940: 6.
  • "Mrs. Harriet Crabb Dies Wednesday A.M." The Eagle Grove Eagle [Eagle Grove, IA] 8 November 1951.
  • "Mrs. Harriet Crabb, Former Art Instructor, Fractures Hip in Fall." Mason City Globe-Gazette [Mason City, IA] 2 December 1940.
  • Murphy, David. "Mrs. Crabb Tells About Stone City: Wood and Dornbush Have Efficient Teachers." Mason City Globe-Gazette [Mason City, IA] 11 November 1933: 6.
  • Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Harriot Crabb." In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines, IA: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • "Public Work of Art Plan is Subject: Mason Cityan Has Canvas in Collection at Library." Mason City Globe-Gazette [Mason City, IA] 22 February 1934: 6.
  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.
  • "Vasey Portrait Draws Comment of School Board: More Than 200 View Oil Portrait of Frank T. Vasey Here." Mason City Globe-Gazette [Mason City, IA] 26 September 1936: 5.

Culp, Wendell (Mrs.)

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)

Davis, Morgan

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

De Jong, Ruth P.

  • Jensen, Jarad. (24 May 2011). Correspondence with K. Raine.
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig.  "Adrian Dornbush."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939. 
  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Dornbush, Adrian (1900-1970) 

  • "Dornbush, Adrian." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • Dornbush, Adrian. "Tape Recorded Interview with Adrian Dornbush at his Home, El Yunque Mountain, Puerto Rico."  Interviewer: Richard K. Doud.  Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.  13 June 1965. 
  • Florida Keys Council for the Arts. "Biographies of the WPA Artists." Available: http://www.keysarts.org/WPA-Biographies.htm
  • Harrison Elementary School, Cedar Rapids, IA.  "Text of a Letter by William E. Henning Concerning the Transportation Mural he Painted at Harrison School in Cedar Rapids, Iowa."  From The Iowa Journal of History and Politics 37.3 (1939): 290-291.  Available: http://harrison.cr.k12.ia.us/henning.html
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig.  "Adrian Dornbush."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939. 
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Ellsworth, Cheryl (Mrs. Robert Lawther) (1911-1975)

  •  "Deaths: Cheryl E. Lawther." New York Times [Sunday ed.] 31 August 1975: Sec. 1, p.39, c.4.
  •  "Dubuque Deaths: Cheryl Ellsworth Lawther." Dubuque Telegraph-Herald [Dubuque, IA] 4 August 1975: 14.
  •  "Sculpture: National Sculpture Society." New York Times [Sunday ed.] 18 May 1947: Arts Section (Sec.X): 10.
  •  "Society News: Lawther-Ellsworth." New York Times [Sunday ed.] 19 June 1938: Gen. News Section, p.34.
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  •  Swenson, Megan. Letter dated 22 October 2007.
  •  Williams, Vera. "She Wins Acclaim as Sculptor." Dubuque Telegraph-Herald [Dubuque, IA] : n.d.
  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)

Ellsworth, Lois

  • Barry, John W., Jr. 1932 Stone City Art Colony photograph. Department of Special Collections, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa.

Ely, Sturges

  • Barry, John W., Jr. 1932 Stone City Art Colony photograph. Department of Special Collections, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa.

Evans, Grace French (Mrs. Henry F. Evans) (1887-1953) 

  •  "Evans, Grace French." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual - Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  •  "Mrs. Evans Funeral to Be Private." Davenport Democrat [Davenport, IA] 9 April 1953: 8.
  •  "Mrs. Harry Evans Dies Following Brief Illness." Davenport Democrat [Davenport, IA] 8 April 1953: 11.
  •  Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Grace Evans." In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  •  The Newberry Library, Roger and Julie Baskes Department of Special Collections. "Inventory of the Alice French Papers, 1871-1934." Available:  http://www.newberry.org/collections/FindingAids/french/Frenchpr.html
  •  Sperry, Margaret. "Kingston Brickyard Feature at Art Exhibit." Kingston Daily Leader (Kingston, NY) 27 June 1927: 1,5.
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  •  Watson, Forbes. "Chicago and New York Independents." The Arts 4(April 1928): [s.n.]
  •  "Woodstock Art Association, Woodstock, N.Y. Announces a Season of Four Exhibitions for 1926." The Hue and Cry (Woodstock, NY) 1926: v.
  •  "Woodstock Art Association, Woodstock, N.Y. Announces a Season of Five Exhibitions for 1927." The Hue and Cry (Woodstock, NY) 1927: v.
  •  "Woodstock Art Gallery Tabloid of Exhibition." Art Notes 1.13 (Aug.29, 1931): 1.
  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)

Ferguson, Bernard L. (1911-1977)

  • Barry, John W., Jr. 1932 Stone City Art Colony photograph. Department of Special Collections, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa.
  • "Exhibiting at Art Center: Cedar Rapids Artist First of Iowans to be Shown in Mason City." Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1928).
  • "Deaths: Bernard Ferguson, 66." Red Wing Republican Eagle [Red Wing, MN]. 4 May 1977.
  • "Ferguson, Bernard LaMarr." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual - Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig.  "Bernard LaMarr Ferguson."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  Des Moines: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • "Ottumwa Artists in Stone City Art Colony; To Open Sunday."  Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA].  24 June 1932: 6, c.5-6.
  • "Ottumwan Gets Artist Award."  Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA].  7 February 1931.
  • Red Wing Public Library, (MN).  Letter dated 2 November 2007.
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Ferguson, Donald B. (Mrs.)

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Flick, Carl P. (1904-1972)

  • "Amana Artist Not Worried By $1,000 Suit Over Sketch." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 31 July 1933.
  • "Amana Artist to be Present at Exhibit of Paintings Today." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 19 March 1933.
  • "Art Exhibit of Local Artist." From The Amana Society Bulletin, 3(19), September 13, 1934.
  • "Crowds Visit Carl Flick's Art Exhibit at Hotel at Homestead." Marengo Pioneer-Republican [Marengo, IA] 7 April 1932.
  • Flick, Carl. Letter to Miss Lydia Margater Barette. 5 February 1932.
  • "Flick Display of Paintings is Real Treat." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] (ca. 1932).
  • Hoehlne, Peter. "Carl Flick and Grant Wood: A Regionalist Friendship in Amana." Iowa Heritage Illustrated, 82.1 (Spring 2001): 2-19.
  • Hoehlne, Peter. Correspondence with K. Raine. January-May 2010.
  • "Ingleside Club Observes Art Week with Exhibit of Paintings Made by Carl Flick, West Amana Artist." Marengo Pioneer-Republican [Marengo, IA] 2 November 1938.
  • "Life and Customs in Old Amana Preserved on Canvas by Artist." Des Moines Register, Iowa News Service. (ca. 1935).
  • Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig.  "Carl P. Flick."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  Des Moines: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • Pyle, Arnold. "Art News of the Little Gallery." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] (ca. 1932).

Flynn, Patrick James Allison (1904-1986) 

  • "Behind the Bylines: Elizabeth Flynn."  Omaha World-Herald 14 April 1971. 
  • "Deaths and Funerals: James Allison Flynn." Omaha World-Herald (Sunrise ed.) 11 November 1986: 38. 
  • "Elizabeth Flynn Named Chamber Publicity Head."  Omaha World-Herald 29 March 1943. 
  • "Elmer Awards Presented Two."  Omaha World-Herald 8 June 1958. 
  • "Former World-Herald Artist Dies of Pneumonia." Omaha World-Herald 9 November 1986. 
  • Gerdes, Louis G. "Your Newspaper: The Era of Flynn."  Omaha World-Herald (Evening ed.) 19 October 1969. 
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  • Threlkeld, Isabella B.  Letter dated 14 December 2002.
  • "World-Herald's Mrs. Flynn 'Woman Journalist of the Year.'" Omaha World-Herald 31 March 1962. 

Frankel, Margo Rene (Mrs. Joe Osherenko) (1913-2003)

  •  Lutz, Renda. "Holly and Ivy Tour." Des Moines Register 4 December 2002: 1AT.
  •  "Obituaries: Babette Frankel Wurtz." Des Moines Register 12 March 2006.
  •  "Obituaries: Margo Frankel Osherenko." Des Moines Register 20 July 2003, p.7, c.4.
  •  Osherenko, Gail. "Remembering Margo Rene Frankel Osherenko, 1913-2003."
  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.
  •  "Thursday Obituaries: Osherenko, Margo Frankel." Santa Barbara News Press 19 June 2003.

Funk, Joseph T. (1901-1985)

  •  "Eldon Art Center in August; Ottumwans to Have Exhibits." Ottumwa Courier 31 July 1930: 6.
  •  "Exhibit Paintings Depict Ottumwa Scenes." Ottumwa Courier 2 August 1929.
  •  "Foto Facts: Joseph Funk." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA] 7 October 1941.
  •  "Funk Exhibits Paintings at Des Moines." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA] 17 January 1931.
  •  "Funk, Joseph T." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual - Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  •  "Funk Painting in Iowa Collection to N.Y. Fair." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA] 23 February 1939.
  •  "Funk's Work in Fair Art Salon." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA] 21 February 1939.
  •  "I.F.W.C. Select's Ottumwan's Painting." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA] 29 September 1938.
  •  "Interests Diversified as Winter Season Shortens to Days; News in Mail Today." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA] 18 March 1938.
  •  "Joe Funk to Exhibit at C.R. Gallery." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA] 5 July 1930: 6.
  •  "Joseph Funk Awarded First Prize at Iowa Artists Club Annual Exhibit at Ft. Dodge." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA] , 1935.
  •  "Joseph Funk's Art: Funk's Work is Center of Study." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA], 1930.
  •  Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Joseph Townsend Funk." In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  •  "...Opening of a Community Art Center." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA] 16 June 1939.
  •  "Ottumwa Artists in Stone City Colony; To Open Sunday." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA] 24 June 1932: 6.
  •  "Special Art Exhibition to Open Sunday at Eldon; Funk Paintings are Shown." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA]: 4.
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  •  "Two Ottumwans Win Iowa State Fair Art Honors." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA] 23 August 1939.

Gebers, Nellie M. (Mrs. John Gebers)(1901-1995)

  •  Central Iowa Art Association. "History: Central Iowa Art Association." Available: http:http://www.centraliowaartassociation.com/History/tabid/191/Default.aspx
  •  Cross, Beverly. Letter to K. Raine. 29 February 2008.
  •  "Gebers, Nellie Marae (Mrs. John F.)." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual - Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  •  Iowa Women's Archives, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa. "Nellie M. Gebers (1901-1995), Papers, 1991-1995." Available: http://sdrc.lib.uiowa.edu/iwa/findingaids/html/GebersNellie.htm
  •  Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Nellie Marae Gebers." In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  •  Pope, Ed. "Nellie Gebers, 93, Artist, Writer, She Inspired Grant Wood in 'Dinner for Threshers.'" San Jose Mercury News [San Jose, CA]. 5 March 1995: 7B.
  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Gertsch, Emma

  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Gilmore, Marian (Mrs. Marion Gilmore Hulse) (1909-1984) 

  • "Artist: Marian Gilmore."  The Ottumwa Courier. 1939. 
  • "Deaths: Marian Gilmore."  The Ottumwa Courier 13 June 1984: 10. 
  • Dull, Wilbur R. "Marion Gilmore: Narrative."  [s.n]: 2 August 1992. 
  • "Gilmore, Marion." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • Kammen, Michael. Visual Shock: A History of Art Controversies in American Culture. New York: Knopf, 2006. NOTE: Gilmore's Corning, Iowa mural project (pp. 122-123).
  • Mecklenburg, Virginia.  "Marion Gilmore."  From The Public as Patron.  College Park, MD: The University of Maryland, 1979.  No longer available online.
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig.  "Marian Gilmore."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • Raynor, Patricia.  "Off the Wall: New Deal Post Office Murals." 6.4 (Oct-Dec 1997).  In EnRoute: The National Postal Museum Membership Newsletter. Available: http://www.postalmuseum.si.edu/resources/6a2q_postalmurals.html

Ginsberg, Betty Ruth

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Glasell, Christine Rosner (1898-1971) 

  • "Female artist was overshadowed by Grant Wood."  Cedar Rapids Gazette January 11, 1991: 3W. 
  • "Glasell, Criss." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • Glasell, Don L.  "Don and Criss Glasell Biography."  (2 pages) [undated] 
  • "Grant Wood lauded as 'small master.'" Dubuque Telegraph-Herald  9 July 1957: 4. 
  • Guilfoyle, Laura.  "Two Artists Who Loved Dubuque."  Dubuque Telegraph-Herald 5 April 1979: 13.  
  • Kincaid, Dorothy. "Dubuque artists plan joint exhibit of work."  Dubuque Telegraph-Herald [undated] 
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig. "Criss Glasell." In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • "Obituaries: Christine A. Glasell."  The Evanston Review [Evanston, IL] 25 February 1971: 14. 
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Glasell, Don Emil (1895-1965) 

  • DesMoinesRegister.com. "Exhibit captures the natural wonders of familiar sights."  By Amanda Pierre. (9/29/2002) No longer available online.
  • "Glasell, Don Emil." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual --Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • Glasell, Don L.  "Don and Criss Glasell Biography."  (2 pages) [undated] 
  • Guilfoyle, Laura.  "Two Artists Who Loved Dubuque."  Dubuque Telegraph-Herald 5 April 1979: 13.  
  • Kincaid, Dorothy. "Dubuque artists plan joint exhibit of work."  Dubuque Telegraph-Herald [undated] 
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig.  "Don Emil Glasell."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Gratiot, Eugenia (Mrs. Robert Loetscher) (1903-1979)

  • "Awards Made at Exhibition of Dubuque Art." Dubuque Telegraph-Herald. [Dubuque, IA] 20 March 1932.
  • Barry, John W., Jr. 1932 Stone City Art Colony photograph. Department of Special Collections, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa.
  • "Grant Wood Exhibit Opens at Public Library with Panel." Des Moines Register. [Des Moines, IA]. February 1955.
  •  Johnson, Dr. Paul. Letter dated 30 October 2007.
  •  "Obituaries: Mrs. Robert Loetscher." Dubuque Telegraph-Herald [Dubuque, IA]. 31 October 1979: 23.
  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Gratiot, Gene

  • Barry, John W., Jr. 1932 Stone City Art Colony photograph. Department of Special Collections, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa.

Griffith, Gerald I. (1909-1999) 

  • Clements, Jennifer Griffith. Email correspondence 7-9 July 2003.
  • Lainson, Hal. Letter dated 24 June 2003. 
  • "Obituaries: Gerald Griffith."  The Des Moines Register 22 February 1999: 4M. 
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig.  "Gerald I. Griffith."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • Shank, Wesley I.  Iowa's Historic Architects: A Biographical Dictionary.  Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 1999. 
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Guiher, Bertha Wainright (Mrs. John S. Guiher)(1870-1951)

  •  "1937-1938 Yearbook: Chapter AG, PEO, Winterset, Iowa." Winterset, Iowa: [s.n.], 1937.
  •  "At Stone City." Winterset News [Winterset, IA] 29 June 1933: 5.
  •  "Bertha D. Guiher (1951): Obituary." Available: http://iagenweb.org/boards/madison/obituaries/index.cgi?read=139388
  •  "Chapter AG, P.E.O. Fiftieth Anniversary." Winterset Madisonian [Winterset, IA] 1 September 1942.
  •  "Mrs. John Guiher Rites Held Here." Winterset Madisonian [Winterset, IA] 30 May 1951: 1.
  •  Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Bertha Wainwright Guiher." In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  •  "P.E.O. Had 50th Anniversary Tea Here." Winterset Madisonian [Winterset, IA] 1 September 1942.
  •  "P.E.O. Observes Fiftieth Anniversary." Winterset Madisonian [Winterset, IA] 1 September 1942.
  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.
  •  Tucker, Ruth. Letter to Ms. Paula Hedlund. 10 January 2008.

Hansen, Joanna ("Joanne") (1879-1965)

  •  "Dedication of Home Economics Hall, Iowa State College." The Iowa Homemaker 8.2 (June 1926): 6,10,12.
  •  "Former ISU Artist Dead." Ames Daily Tribune [Ames, IA] 8 December 1965.
  •  Garfield, Marjorie S. "Eulogy to Joanne Hansen." 10 December 1965.
  •  Hansen, Joanne M. "The Iowa State College Library Murals." From the Joanna M. Hansen Archives Collection, University Archives, Iowa State University.
  •  Information Service, Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa. "Joanne Hansen Named Artist-in-Residence." 22 September 1949.
  •  Information Service, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. "Former Applied Art Department Head Dies." 8 December 1965.
  •  "Miss Hansen to Broadcast Talk." Iowa State Student [Ames, IA]. 28 November 1923.
  •  Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Joanne Margarethe Hansen." In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  •  Parkhurst, Dorothy. "Ames Wins a Special Prize." The Iowa Homemaker 9.4 (Nov. 1929): 1.
  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.
  •  Wallerius, Jeanne. "Meet Your Faculty: Miss Joanne Hansen." Iowa State Daily [Ames, IA] 27 May 1945.

Henning, William E. (1911-1996) 

Herman, Louise (1902- ?)

  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal Eureka [Anamosa, Iowa] 3 August 1933.
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.
  • Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Louise Herman." Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines, IA: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.

Hinrichsen, Helen Johnson (1896-1983) 

  • "Hinrichsen, Helen Johnson." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • Jensen, Julie. "Her Prints are Awaken by the Sun." Davenport Times-Democrat  [date unknown]. 
  • "Midwest's Comfortable, Contented Atmosphere Suggested in Davenporter's Latest Painting."  Davenport Times (ca. 1933). 
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig. "Helen Johnson Hinrichsen."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939. 
  • "Obituaries: Helen Hinrichsen."  Quad-Cities Times 9 October 1983. 
  • Ryan, Elsie.  "A Davenport Artist's Mural Memories."  Davenport Times-Democrat 7 June 1971. 
  • "Unveiling of Centennial Mural and Gift of Painting to the City a High Spot in Homecoming Celebration."  Davenport Daily Times 1936. 

Horne, Elma Reeder (1893-1982) 

House, Freda

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Houts, Donald ("Don") E. (1908-1991) 

  •  Boise Art Museum. "A Brief History of the Boise Art Museum." Available: http://boiseartmuseum.org/aboutus/history.php
  • Gilbert, Carolyn Houts. Correspondence. April-July 2008.
  •  Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Donald E. Houts." In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  •  "Obituaries: Don E. Houts." Idaho Statesman [Boise, ID]. 3 February 1991: 2C.
  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933.

Jacobs [Rhodes], Lillyan (1915-1986)

  • Birds by Lillyan Rhodes: Library Reading Room, State University of New York, Agricultural and Technical College at Alfred. May 11-12. [undated]
  • Chiarmonte, Paula. Women Artists in the United States: A Selected Bibliography and Resource Guide on the Decorative Arts, 1750-1986. Boston: G.K. Hall, 1990.
  • Falk, Peter Hastings. "Lillyan Rhodes (Mrs Daniel)." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • Lazell, Fred. "What Has Happened to Them? -- Daniel Rhodes." Des Moines Tribune [Des Moines, IA] 25 August 1964.
  • Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Lillyan Estelle Jacobs." In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • "Obituaries: Artist Dies at 78 of Heart Attack." Fort Dodge Messenger [Fort Dodge, IA] 25 July 1989.
  • Stevens, Walter B. "Daniel Rhodes: Ceramicist Extraordinary." Fort Dodge Messenger [Fort Dodge, IA] 9 March 1986: 5A.
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Jaeger, Oscar R. (1887-1958)

  • "Jaeger Rights on Wednesday: Retired Grocery Official is Dead." Dubuque Telegraph-Herald [Dubuque, Iowa] 7 October 1958.
  • Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Oscar P. Jaeger." Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines, IA: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal Eureka [Anamosa, Iowa] 3 August 1933.
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Jeffrey, Everett (1906-1983)

  • Allison, Harold. "Art Column." Coe College Cosmos [Cedar Rapids, IA] December 1932.
  • Allison, Harold. "Little Gallery Reviews: Some More Midwestern Art." Coe College Cosmos [Cedar Rapids, IA] 12 October 1933.
  • "Deaths: Jeffrey, Carl Everett." Honolulu Star-Bulletin [Hawaii]. 14 February 1893: B7, c.1
  • DeLong, Lea Rosson, and Greg R. Narber. New Deal Mural Projects in Iowa. Des Moines, IA: [s.l.], 1982.
  • Jeffrey, Joni. Email correspondence. 8 January 2009-4 February 2009.
  • Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Everett Jeffrey." Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines, IA: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • "Ottumwan Gets Artist Award." Ottumwa Courier 7 February 1931.
  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Jennison, Margaret Kerfoot (1901-1995)

  • Andel, Ruth. Correspondence with K. Raine. 10 May-20 May 2011.
  • "Art Department." From the 1944 Algol, Carleton College. Carleton College Archives, Northfield, Minnesota.
  • "Carleton College: Teacher's Information: Margaret Kerfoot." (July 1937). From the Carleton College Archives, Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota.
  • "Fine Arts: Art Department." From the 1945 Algol, Carleton College. Carleton College Archives, Northfield, Minnesota.
  • Gould, L.M. (1945, June 6). Memo concerning the extension of Miss Kerfoot's contract. From the Carleton College Archives, Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota.
  • Hart, Candice L. Correspondence with K. Raine. 16 May 2011.
  • Kerfoot, Margaret. "Bio File." From the Carleton College Archives, Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota.
  • "Kerfoot, Margaret." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • Kerfoot, Margaret. (1937, July 3). Letter to Donald Cowling. From the Carleton College Archives, Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota.
  • Kerfoot, Margaret. (1943, June 28). Letter to Donald Cowling. From the Carleton College Archives, Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota.
  • Kerfoot, Margaret. (1942, June 30). Letter to Sally. From the Carleton College Archives, Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota.
  • Letter to Mrs. C.E. Goodell. (1945, June 7). From the Carleton College Archives, Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota.
  • "Miss Margaret Kerfoot, M.A." From the 1939 Algol, Carleton College. Carleton College Archives, Northfield, Minnesota.
  • "Obituaries: Margaret Kerfoot Jennison." Daily Camera [Boulder, CO] 6 May 1995.
  • "The Stillwater Art Colony, Stillwater, Minnesota." (undated). From the Carleton College Archives, Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota.
  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Johnson, Howard C. (1913-1963) 

  • "At Cedar Rapids Mission -- May Erase Murals 'Not Sufficiently Biblical.'" Des Moines Sunday Register 6 February 1938.
  • DeLong, Lea Rosson. (2006). When Tillage Begins, Other Arts Follow: Grant Wood and Christian Petersen Murals. Ames, Iowa: Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State University.
  • "Deaths: Howard Johnson."  Cedar Rapids Gazette  2 January 1963: 3.  
  • The Howard C. Johnson Papers, 1932-2002. MS 505, Special Collections Department, Parks Library, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.
  • "Iowa: It's Not Art; WPA Mural at Iowa State Fairgrounds."  Newsweek 28 (July 15, 1946): 31-32.
  • "Johnson, Howard C." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig.  "Howard C. Johnson."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939. 
  • "No Action Taken by Board of Sunshine Mission on Murals." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 7 February 1938.
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  • "Sunshine Mission Won't be Influenced by Liberties Union." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 16 February 1938.
  • University Museums, Art on Campus Program, Iowa State University. (n.d.). "When Tillage Begins, Other Arts Follow: Grant Wood." Available: http://www.museums.iastate.edu/AOCFactSheetsPDF/g.wood-tillage.pdf

Johnson, Mary Brigham (1898-1946) 

  • Gibbons, David. Email correspondence. 20 May-01 June 2004.
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig.  "Mary Brigham Johnson."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.

Keeler, Charles B. (1882-1964)

  • Carney, Thomas L., and Joyce Crawford. "The Torch Press: A Preliminary History." Books at Iowa 21 (November 1974). Available: http://www.lib.uiowa.edu/spec-coll/Bai/carney.htm
  • "Exhibitions: A California Etcher Exhibits Here." Washington Star [Washington, D.C.] 6 March 1937.
  • "Exhibitions of Note Opening Next Week." Washington Star [Washington, D.C.] 27 February 1937.
  • Fiftieth Anniversary Report of the Harvard Class of 1905. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, 1955.
  • Harvard Class of 1905: Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Report. Norwood, MA: Plimpton Press, 1930.
  • Hughes, Edan Milton. "Charles Butler Keeler." In Artists in California, 1786-1940. Sacramento, CA: Crocker Art Museum, 2002.
  • "Keeler, Charles Butler." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Charles B. Keeler." Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines, IA: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • "Smithsonian Shows Etchings of Keeler." Washington Post [Washington, D.C.] 14 March 1937.
  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Keeler, E.R. (Mrs.)

  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Kelly, James Anthony (1900- ?)

  • "Kelly, James Anthony." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
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  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Kerfoot, Margaret (Mrs. Marshall Jennison) (1901-1995)

  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Kitt, Emma (1895-1953)

  • Barry, John W., Jr. 1932 Stone City Art Colony photograph. Department of Special Collections, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa.
  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Klimo (or Klima), Vaclav

  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Kruidenier, Florence Cowles (Mrs. David S. Kruidenier) (1895-1985)

  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933.
  • Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Leonard, H. [Herbert] Stewart (1908-1952) -- colony lecturer

  • "Art Director Answers Army Call." Zanesville Signal [Zanesville, OH] 11 June 1941.
  • "Institute to Celebrate Fifth Anniversary." Zanesville Sunday Times-Signal [Zanesville, OH] 29 September 1940.
  • The Key West Art Gallery: Caroline Lowe House. [s.l.]: Federal Emergency Relief Administration [FERA], c1930-1935.
  • "Mrs. Stewart Leonard, 28, Dies Early Today at Bethesda Hospital." Zanesville Signal [Zanesville, OH] 6 December 1940.
  • "Obituary: H. Stewart Leonard." Art Digest 26.17 (June 1, 1952): 11.
  • Ross, Malcolm C. Letter and telephone correspondence. September-November 2004.

Lepley, Marion (Mrs. Albert Martinson) (1897-1992)

  • Lepley, Marion C. (1931). The Important Characteristics of Contemporary Art and Their Influence Upon Decorative Textiles Suitable for Wall Hangings, Draperies and Upholstery. (Thesis). Iowa State University [Ames, IA].
  • "Marion C. Lepley, Albert Martinson Wed Jun 24 in Ames Presbyterian Church." Ames Daily Tribune [Ames, IA] 5 July 1950.
  • Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Marion Lepley." Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines, IA: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • "Obituaries: Marion C. Martinson." The Messenger [Fort Dodge, IA] 2 July 1992, p.5.
  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  • University of Missouri-Columbia. (1956). Home Economics Announcement, 1956-1957: The University of Missouri Bulletin. Columbia, MO.
  • University of Missouri-Columbia. (1967). Home Economics: University of Missouri Bulletin, 1967-1968. Columbia, MO.

Loomis, Jessie Parrott (1912-1966)

  • "Dedicate 'Messiah' to Jessie Loomis: Mrs. Loomis Dies of Crash Injuries." Waterloo Sunday Courier [Waterloo, IA] 4 December 1966.
  • Fowler, Clayton V. "Watercolor Exhibit by Jessie Loomis." Waterloo Sunday Courier [Waterloo, IA] 25 March 1962, p.30.
  • Loomis, Jessie Parrott. (1940). An Original Oil Painting: Esther and Elissa. (Thesis). Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa.
  • "Loomis Exhibit to Preview." Waterloo Courier [Waterloo, IA] 3 January 1968.
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Macmullen, Mabel Eastman Dixon (1888-1973)

  • Columbia University in the City of New York. (1916). Catalogue of Officers and Graduates of Columbia University from the Foundation of King's College in 1975, XVI Edition. New York, NY: Columbia University.
  • "Dixon, Mabel (Eastman)." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • Fifield, James Clark. (1933). "Des Moines: The Retreat." In American and Canadian Hospitals. Minneapolis, MN: Midwest Publishers.
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig. "Mabel Eastman Dixon."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • One Hundred Years of Iowa Medicine: Commemorating the Centenary of the Iowa State Medical Society, 1850-1950. (1950). Iowa City, IA: The Athens Press.
  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933.
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Mansfield, Edward (Mrs.)

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Marquis, Dorothea Tomlinson (1898-1985) 

  • Corliss, Jane. Email correspondence. 23 March-25 May 2004.
  • Corliss, Scott. Email correspondence. 10 February-03 June 2004.
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig. "Dorothea Tomlinson."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939. 
  • "Obituaries: Dorothea T. Marquis."  The Des Moines Register 29 January 1985: 5M. 
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  • "Tomlinson, Dorothea (Marquis)." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.

Mattern, Mary (1903-1982) 

  • "Mary Mattern Dies; Arts Backer."  Des Moines Register 11 December 1982. 
  • Mattern, Mary. "Karl Mattern: Mid-American Painter."  The Annals of Iowa 42.4 (Spring 1974): 271-289.

McBroom, Louise Garst (Mrs. Leland McBroom) (1891-1944)

  • "Death Takes McBroom at 54; Architect." Des Moines Register [Des Moines, IA] 18 October 1945.
  • "Des Moines Residents Travel in Mexico." Des Moines Register [Des Moines, IA] 20 December 1936.
  • Garst, Kate. Telephone conversation with K. Raine. 24 May 2012.
  • Holbrook, Christine. "Art in Des Moines." Des Moines Sunday Register [Des Moines, IA] 29 April 1928.
  • "McBroom, Leland Albert." In Iowa's Historic Architects: A Biographical Dictionary. By Wesley I. Shank. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Press, p. 113-114.
  • "McBrooms to Spend Year on Sea -- Vacation on a Fishing Smack -- Must Learn Navigation First." Des Moines Register [Des Moines, IA] 10 November 1940.
  • Meixner, Mary L. (1992, Spring). "Lowell Houser's Poetic Glass Mural in Des Moines." The Palimpsest, 73(1), 32-48.
  • "Mrs. McBroom, Wife of Colonel, is Victim of Fall." Des Moines Tribune [Des Moines, IA] 9 November 1944.
  • Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Louise Garst McBroom." Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines, IA: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • "Portrait Painters: Editorial." (1927, April). Annals of Iowa: A Historical Quarterly. 15(8), 626-627.
  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.
  • "This Painting: Louise Garst McBroom." Des Moines Register [Des Moines, IA] 12 February 1933.
  • "WPA Art Adviser Named: Mrs. McBroom Given Position." Des Moines Register [Des Moines, IA] 16 August 1936.

McCosh, David (1903-1981) 

  • Baerny, Sharon Long. "Public Art, Public History."  Artifact (July-Aug 1995): 9-13.  Available: http://www.tfaoi.com/aa/3aa/3aa145.htm
  • Cheshire, Craig, and Bonnie Butler, eds.  David McCosh.  Eugene, OR: Museum of Art, University of Oregon, 1985.  
  • "McCosh, David." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig.  "David John McCosh."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  • University of Oregon, Museum of Art. "The Art and Legacy of David McCosh." Available: http://uoma.uoregon.edu/mccosh/
  • U.S. Department of the Interior, Museum Services Branch. "The Interior Building: WPA Murals."  Available: http://www.doi.gov/museum/murals/

McCray, Francis F. (1899-1960) 

  • "Final Touches on a Whole Year's Work."  The Clear Lake Mirror [Clear Lake, IA] 20 June 1946: 1.  
  • Iowa State University, Parks Library. "When Tillage Begins: Breaking the Prairie." Available:
    http://www.lib.iastate.edu/cfora/generic.cfm?cat=arts_murals_wood&navid=10702&parent=3000&disp=classic&pagemode=
  • Leet, Richard E. "'Regional' Work in Museum Collection."  Mason City Globe [Mason City, IA] 17 November 1985: 11.  
  • McCray, Dorothy.  Letter dated  6 January 2003. 
  • Ness, Zenobia.  "Francis Follette McCray."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939. 
  • Owens, Herb. "The Technique of Grant Wood Lives On: McCray's Art 'Very Similar'." Des Moines Register 3 February 1947. 
  • Parott, Abramo.  "The Late Francis McCray - Inspiration of Gifted Artists Throughout the Land."  Silver City Daily Press [Silver City, NM] 16 January 1960.
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  • University of Iowa Libraries, Special Collections. "Some Children's Books by Iowa Writers."  By Myra Cao.   In Books at Iowa 9 (November 1968). Available: http://www.lib.uiowa.edu/spec-coll/Bai/cao.htm 
  • Western New Mexico University, Silver City, NM. "Francis McCray Gallery." Available: http://www.wnmu.edu/academic/expressivearts/Gallery.html 

McCray, Mildred Bruning (Mrs. Francis F. McCray) 1906-1995)

  • "Deaths: Mildred McCray, 89."The Iowa City Press-Citizen 14 September 1995.
  • Evans, Richard. Email correspondence. 6-8 July 2003.
  • Keller, Joan C. Letter dated 17 July 2003. 
  • "Obituary: Mildred Marie McCray." The Cedar Rapids Gazette 14 September 1995: 2B. 
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  • University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Department of Otolaryngology.  Telephone contact.  15 July 2003.

Meier, Norman Charles  (1893-1967) - regular visitor to Colony and Art School

  • McCartney, David. Email correspondence. 25 October 2002.

Meister, George

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)

Mendelsohn, Marjorie

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Meyermann, Mildred

  • Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Metcalf, Conger (1914-1998) 

Montgomery, Carrie Ellen (Mrs. W.A. Montgomery) (1878-1956)

  • Barry, John W., Jr. 1932 Stone City Art Colony photograph. Department of Special Collections, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa.
  • Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. "Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture by Ten Cedar Rapids Artists. The Little Gallery of the American Federation of Arts. April 5 to 15, 1931."
  • Fechter, Connie. "Iowa Winter Visitor Finds Painting in Arizona Pleasant." East Valley Tribune (Mesa, AZ) 1 December 1952.
  •  "Montgomery, Carrie E. (Mrs. W.A.)" In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual - Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • "Mrs. Montgomery Dies of Long Illness." Cedar Rapids Gazette. September 1956.
  •  Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Carrie Ellen Montgomery." In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • Reynolds, John. "Foto Facts: C.E. Montgomery." The Cedar Rapids Gazette 28 July 1948: 10-11.
  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Morey, Bertha Graves  (1881-1962)

  •  "Bertha G. Morey Taken by Death." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA] 9 July 1962.
  •  "Deaths: Morey Service." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA] 10 July 1962: 11.
  •  Fowler, Alfred, ed. A Directory of Bookplate Artists, With Notes Concerning Their Work. Kansas City, MO: A. Fowler, 1919.
  •  "Interests Diversified as Winter Season Shortens to Days; News in Mail Today." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA] 18 March 1938.
  •  "Local Artist in History of American Federation of Art, Traveling Exhibit Curator." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA] February 1931.
  •  "Local Talent is Subject: Miss Morey Designs." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA] {n.d.}
  •  "Miss Bertha Morey Places Second in S.U.I. Art Contest." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA] 21 January 1936.
  •  Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Bertha Graves Morey." In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  •  "Ottumwa Artists in Stone City Colony; To Open Sunday." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA] 24 June 1932: 6.
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  •  "Water Color Exhibit Attracts Many Visitors; Windows Works of Art." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA]: 21 February 1931.

Naftzger, Robinette

  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Neville, Dorothy

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Nissen, Mary

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Nuhn, Marjorie Ann (1898-1988) 

  • Berlin, Ens Helen. "Mexico's Heat and Brillance Shine in Water Color Exhibit."  Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier  15 November 1944: 15. 
  • "Historic Art Group is Dissolved." Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier 24 July 1963: 10. 
  • "Marjorie Nuhn Exhibit Will Open at Cedar Falls Gallery."  Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier 1 September 1985. 
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig.  "Marjorie Ann Nuhn."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939. 
  • Nuhn, Ferner.  "Passion for Beauty: Marjorie Nuhn: Water Color Artist."  Unpublished memoir.  November, 1985.  Manuscript Register Box 35 of the Ruth Suckow Papers.  Iowa Authors Collection: Special Collections, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, IA.  
  • Nuhn, Marjorie.  Marjorie Nuhn: A Retrospective Exhibit.  Cedar Falls, IA: Metropolitan Gallery, 1985.  
  • "Nuhn, Marjorie Ann." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • "Obituaries: Marjorie Nuhn."  Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier 17 January 1988: B5. 
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Nunn, Robert L. (1911-2000) 

  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig.  "Robert L. Nunn."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.  
  • "Obituaries: Robert Leo Nunn."  The Cedar Rapids Gazette 29 February 2000: B4. 
  • Worsfold, Charles.  Telephone interview.  25 November 2002.  

Orwig, Louise (? -?)

  • Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Louise Orwig." Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines, IA: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Patton, John

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)

Pearman, Katharine K. [Keeler] (1888-1961)

  • "Gordon Paxson, Art Instructor at College, is Commissioned in Navy." Rockford Morning Star [Rockford, IL] 23 April 1943.
  • "Illinois Historical Art Project." Available: http://www.illinoisart.org/
  • "Mrs. Pearman Represented in Institute Show." Rockford Morning Star [Rockford, IL] 9 May 1943.
  • Pearman, Katharine K. "1944 Exhibition: 'Watertown' (Painting #24)." In The Annual Exhibition Record of the National Academy of Design, 1901-1950. Peter Hastings Falk, ed. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1990.
  • "Pearman, Katharine K." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Two Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Peter H. Falk, ed. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • "Pearman, Katharine K." Who's Who in American Art. Vol. 4. Washington, DC: American Federation of Arts, 1947. 356.
  • "Pearman, Katharine K." Who's Who in American Art. Vol. 5. New York: R.R. Bowker, 1956. 362.
  • "Pearman, Katharine K." Who's Who in American Art. Vol. 7. New York: R.R. Bowker, 1959. 440.
  • Pettys, Chris. Dictionary of Women Artists: An International Dictionary of Women Artists Born Before 1900. Boston : G.K. Hall, 1985.
  • Pryor, Mary. E-mail correspondence. 20-22 March 2005.
  • "Rockford Painter Katharine Pearman Dead; Funeral Set." Rockford Register-Republic [Rockford, IL] 4 February 1961.
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  • Teller, Rick. E-mail correspondence. 20-21 March 2005.

Peek, Adeline

  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Peek, Eloise

  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Perkins, Bill (1905-1966)

  • Darling, W.M. "New Orleans Art Project Display 'Best in History'." The Times-Picayune (New Orleans, LA) 8 November 1939.
  • Darling, W.M. "Pen, Chisel, and Brush." Times-Picayune and New Orleans States (LA) 10 April 1938.
  • "The John McCrady Art School: Fine and Applied Arts Approved for Veterans." [undated]
  • Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Bill Perkins." Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines, IA: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33).
  • Stevens, Carter. "Art Exhibit Failure Held Artists' Fault." New Orleans Item (LA) 28 March 1946.
  • Stevens, Carter. "John McCrady School Adds Two to Faculty." New Orleans Item (LA) 29 September 1949.
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  • "William H. Perkins Funeral in California." New Orleans States-Item (LA) 25 March 1966.
  • "William Perkins." Featured in The Crimson and Blue, Volume XXVI of the Year Book of the Class of 1924 of the Abraham Lincoln High School, Council Bluffs, Iowa. [s.n.]: 1925.

Pickard, Dorothy

  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Pierce, Jane

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Polk, Ben (1916 - ?)

  • Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Ben Polk." Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines, IA: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Postel, E. Everett

  • Barry, John W., Jr. 1932 Stone City Art Colony photograph. Department of Special Collections, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa.

Proost, Robert F. (1914-1982) 

  • "Clinton Artist, R.F. Proost Dies."  Clinton Herald  [Clinton, IA] 8 November 1982:11. 
  • Ferron, Sally. "Painter Returns to Scene of a Happy Memory."  Clinton Herald 19 July 1977:9. 
  • Proost, Robert.  Interview transcript.  Grant Wood Art Festival and Tourism Center: Anamosa, IA.  [ca. 1980]
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Pyle, Arnold (1908-1973) 

  • "Arnold Pyle, Artist, Killed." Cedar Rapids Gazette June 1973.
  • "Artist Pyle Chief Winner: Gets 3 Prizes in State Fair Judging." Des Moines Register (ca. 1936).
  • Baldwin, Nick. "The Visual Arts." Des Moines Register 29 January 1973.
  • Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Arnold Pyle: 1908-1973.  Cedar Rapids, IA, 1998. 
  • "Exhibiting at Art Center: Cedar Rapids Artist First of Iowans to be Shown in Mason City." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] (ca. 1938).
  • "Grant Wood Praises Arnold Pyle's Work in Exhibit Catalogue." Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1936).
  • "Iowa Artist's Work is Hung: Joslyn Memorial Has One-Man Show of Arnold Pyle's Art." Omaha World-Herald (undated).
  • Haven, Janet. "Portraiture." From "Going Back to Iowa: The World of Grant Wood."  Available: http://xroads.virginia.edu/~MA98/haven/wood/portraiture.html
  • Iowa State University, Parks Library. "Grant Wood Mural: Other Arts Follow, Engineering Panel." Available: http://www.lib.iastate.edu/cfora/generic.cfm?cat=arts_murals_wood&navid=10705&parent=3000&disp=classic&pagemode=
  • Iowa State University, Parks Library. "The Grant Wood Murals." Available: http://www.lib.iastate.edu/cfora/generic.cfm?cat=arts_murals_wood&navid=3000&parent=2023&disp=classic
  • Longstaff, James. "Arnold Pyle: A Chronology of his Life and Career."  Cedar Rapids, IA: James Longstaff, 1996. 
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig.  "Arnold Pyle."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • "Painting by Arnold Pyle on Exhibition at Eastern Academy." Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1936).
  • Peterson, Pat. "Show Opens: '65-Year-Old Abstractionist." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 7 January 1973.
  • "Pyle, Arnold." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Two Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  • "Talented Children from Public Schools Receive Free Instruction in Weekly Art Class at Little Gallery." Cedar Rapids Gazette (undated).
  • University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery. "Arnold Comes of Age. By Grant Wood." Available: http://www.sheldonartgallery.org/collection/search.html?topic=detail&clct_id=6429

Rhodes, Daniel (1911-1989) 

  • Blanden Art Gallery, Fort Dodge, Iowa.  "Daniel Rhodes."  [Not dated]. 
  • Lazell, Fred. "What has Happened to Them?"  Des Moines Register 25 August 1964. 
  • Moderne Gallery, Philadelphia, PA. "Ceramic Masterworks: 1962-2002." Available: http://www.modernegallery.com/pages/gallery_profile/masterworks_show/masterworks_catalog.html
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig.  "Daniel Rhodes."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. "Schein-Joseph International Museum of Ceramic Art."  Available: http://ceramicsmuseum.alfred.edu/
  • "Obituaries: Daniel Rhodes."  The Fort Dodge Messenger (Fort Dodge, IA) 25 July 1989. 
  • Raffensperger, Gene.  "Iowa-born Artist, Painter Daniel Rhodes Dies."  Des Moines Register 1 August 1989: 2M. 
  • Rhodes, Daniel.  Daniel Rhodes: The California Years: An Exhibition Organized by the Art Museum of Santa Cruz County, May 11 thru June 29, 1986.  [Santa Cruz, CA]: The Art Museum of Santa Cruz County, 1986. 
  • Rhodes, Daniel.  Daniel Rhodes Retrospective: [exhibition] May 6-June 3, 1973.  Fort Dodge, IA: Blanden Art Gallery, 1973.  
  • "Rhodes, Daniel." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • Schein-Joseph International Museum of Ceramic Art. "The Schein-Joseph International Museum of Ceramic Art."  Available: http://ceramicsmuseum.alfred.edu/ 
  • Stevens, Walter.  "Daniel Rhodes: Ceramicist Extraordinary."  Fort Dodge Messenger 9 March 1986: 5A. 
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  • Western Oregon University, Hammersly Library. "Daniel Rhodes: 'Jar'; Ceramic ca. 1940." Available: http://www.wou.edu/provost/library/exhibits/loans/rhodes2.htm

Roberts, Newton W. (1881-1974) 

  •  "Foto Facts: Attorney-Artist." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA]. 5 December 1939.
  •  Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Newton William Roberts." In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  •  "Newton W. Roberts, Artist, Lawyer, Dies." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA]. 31 December 1974: 1.
  •  "Ottumwa Artists in Stone City Colony; To Open Sunday." Ottumwa Courier 24 June 1932: 6.
  • Parrish, Sue. "Table for Two: Remember When." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA]. 19 January 2012.
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Robertson, Persis Weaver (Mrs. A.J. Robertson) (1896-1992)  

  • "Ex-Iowan, Lithographer Robertson Has Died." Des Moines Register [Des Moines, IA] 11 July 1992:5.
  • Gow, Persis. Correspondence with K. Raine. 12 February 2006-24 April 2006.
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig. "Persis Weaver Robertson." In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.[Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • Smithsonian American Art Museum. "Have a Question? Persis Robertson." Available: http://americanart.si.edu/search/artist_bio.cfm?StartRow=1&ID=4078
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Ronin, William

  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Rowan, Edward Beatty (1898-1946) 

  • Lorance, Nancy. "Who's Who in the New Deal Art Projects." Available: http://www.wpamurals.com/whoswho.html
  • National Archives and Record Administration. "A New Deal for the Arts: Rediscovering America, Part I." Available: http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/new_deal_for_the_arts/index.html
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig.  "Edward B. Rowan."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.  
  • Rowan, Edward Beatty.  The Edward Beatty Rowan Papers, 1929-1946.  Smithsonian Institution, Archives of American Art. 
  • "Rowan, Edward Beatty." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Sacchi, Mary

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Sargent, Bertha (1864-?) 

  • Murray, Janette Stevenson, and Frederick G. Murray. The Story of Cedar Rapids. New York: Stratford House, 1950.
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Saunders, Aulus Ward (A.W.) (1904-1991)

  •  "A Different View." Palladium-Times [Oswego, NY]. 6 April 1968: 9.
  •  "Eight Retiring - Inter-Faith Breakfast to Follow Baccalaureate Services at SUCO." The Palladium-Times [Oswego, NY]. 3 June 1970: 24.
  •  "Good Choice." Oswego County Messenger [Oswego, NY]. 7 December 1981: 9.
  •  Levine, Jeffrey. Oral History Interview with Dr. Aulus Saunders. 23 January 1979. Transcript, 25p. From the Special Collections of the State University of New York (SUNY), Oswego.
  •  Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Aulus Ward Saunders." In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  •  "Oswego Normal Summer School Faculty Named." Oswego Palladium-Times [Oswego, NY]. 19 June 1940: 3.
  •  "Saunders, Aulus Ward." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual - Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  •  Saunders, A.W. "To Members of the Art Faculty." 9 September 1963. Papers of Aulus Ward Saunders. Special Collections, Penfield Library, State University of New York (SUNY), Oswego.
  •  Stark, George K. Vicissitudes: Passing Shadows in the Sands of Time: The Historical Development of Education in Art at the State University College, Oswego, New York, 1861-1981. [s.l.]: George K. Stark, 1982.
  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.
  •  "Works of 4 SUCO Faculty Artists to be on Exhibit." Oswego Palladium [Oswego, NY]. 27 October 1967: 4.

Savage, Thomas (1908-1987)

  • Gustafson, Charlene.  "Savage: Hope Gleaned from the Land."  Des Moines Register 20 October 1987. 
  • "Iowa's Farmer Artist."  Des Moines Register. 24 August 1934.  
  • "Local Artists Win at State Fair."  The Daily Iowan [Iowa City,IA] 22 August 1934. 
  • Mickelson, Sandy. "Savage Artwork: 'Young Farmer Artist' Comes to Life Again with Blanden Exhibition."  The Fort Dodge Messenger 3 October 2002: A1-2. 
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig. "Thomas Savage."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]:  Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • "Obituaries: Thomas M. Savage."  The Fort Dodge Messenger 26 September 1987:5.
  • "Painting by Fort Dodge Artist Wins Highest Honors at Iowa State Fair."  Fort Dodge Messenger & Chronicle 22 August 1934.  
  • "Savage, Thomas Michael." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • "Tom Savage, State Fair Art Contest Winner, Prefers to Paint Iowa Scene."  Fort Dodge Messenger & Chronicle  August, 1934.  
  • "Tom Savage's Mural to Hang in New Jefferson Post Office."  Jefferson Herald [Jefferson, IA]: 9 April 1938. 

Shackell, Charles (Mrs.)

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Sharp, John (1911-1966)

  •  American Gothic House Center, Eldon, IA. "American Gothic House Center: History." Available: http://http://www.wapellocounty.org/americangothic/History/Index.html
  •  Biel, Steven. American Gothic: A Life of America's Most Famous Painting. New York: W.W. Norton, 2005.
  •  "Bloomfield, Iowa," "Hawarden, Iowa," and "Rockwell City, Iowa." In New Deal Mural Projects in Iowa. By Lea Rosson DeLong and Gregg R. Narber. Des Moines, IA: [s.n.], 1982.
  •  "Bloomfield Mural Gives Glimpse of 1930s Era." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA] March 1988.
  •  James A. Michener Art Museum, Doylestown, PA. "John Sharp." From the Bucks County Artists Database. Available: http://www.michenermuseum.org/bucksartists/artist.php?artist=243&page=972
  •  "John Sharp Mural for Bloomfield Post Office." Eldon Forum [Eldon, IA]. 28 October 1934.
  •  Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "John Oliver Robert Sharp." In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  •  "Original Painting Given to Eldon Community by Artist John Sharp, a Former Resident." Eldon Forum [Eldon, IA].
  •  "Ottumwa Artists in Stone City Colony; To Open Sunday." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA]. 24 June 1932: 6, c.5-6.
  •  "Ottumwan Gets Artist Award." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA] 7 February 1931.
  •  "Portrait of Nazimova." Ottumwa Courier [Ottumwa, IA] 9 June 1956.
  •  Sharp, Edward F. Letter to Bob Weidenbach, Eldon, Iowa. 7 June 1973.
  •  Sharp, Edward F. Letter to Ms. Maxine Shields, Eldon, Iowa. 4 September 1986. (2p)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Shuman, John R.

  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Silvers, Herbert (Mr. and Mrs.)

  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Smith, Florence Sprague (1889-1971) 

  • "An Appreciatory Word." The Penn College Bulletin Series I, January 1910 (no.8)
  • Blanchard, Charles. Building for the Centuries: A Memorial of the Founders and Builders: Semicentennial: 1881-1931. Volume I: History of Drake University.  Des Moines: Drake University, 1931. 
  • Coover, D.J. "The West Des Moines High School 1905 Annual."  2000. Available: http://freepages.books.rootsweb.com/~cooverfamily/annual_15.html 
  • "Drake Art Instructor has Work in Many of the City's Beautiful Homes."  Drake Delphic [Des Moines, IA] 17 February 1927. 
  • "Drake Artist Exhibits Work at City Library."  Drake Delphic 12 April 1927:3. 
  • "Florence Sprague to Teach Sculpturing at Iowa Art Colony."  Drake Delphic 26 May 1932. 
  • "Iowa League of Women Voters to have Parley in Des Moines." Des Moines Register [undated, ca. 1941] 
  • "League of Women Voters will Sponsor Annual School." Des Moines Register [undated, ca. 1941] 
  • "Miss Florence Sprague." The Penn College Bulletin Series I, June 1909 (no.1)
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig.  "Florence Sprague."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939. 
  • "Ringling Giraffe Models for Head of Art Department."  Drake Delphic 6 November 1930. 
  • "The School of Art." Penn College Bulletin Series I, August 1909 (no.3)
  • Smith, Jeff. Email correspondence. 15 May-04 June 2004.
  • Sprague, Florence. "1931 Winter Exhibition: 'Burmese Girl' (Sculpture #134)." In The Annual Exhibition Record of the National Academy of Design, 1901-1950. Peter Hastings Falk, ed. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1990.
  • "Sprague, Florence." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • Sprague, Florence. "Stone City Art Colony is a Decided Success." Spotlight (Winter 1932-33): 11,20,23.
  • "Stone City Art Colony Announces Course in Sculpture: Instructor Miss Florence Sprague of Drake University, School of Fine Arts." Colony promotional brochure (cover). 1932-33  
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Smith, Jefferson Randolph, III. (1887-1952)

  • "34 Ferguson Candidates File." St. Louis Globe-Democrat 22 March 1933.
  • "Business Manager for Stone City Art Colony."Anamosa Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 1 June 1933: 1.
  • "Held for Slapping C. of C. Secretary: Attorney for County Taxpayers in Dispute Over Sewer Law." St. Louis Globe-Democrat 30 April 1930.
  • "Jefferson R. Smith Dies: Ex-St. Louis Newspaper Man." St. Louis Globe-Democrat 21 January 1952.
  • "Jefferson R. Smith, Former Editor, Dies." St. Louis Globe-Democrat 22 January 1952.
  • "Jefferson Smith, Former Newspaper Man, Will be Manager of Art Colony." Cedar Rapids Gazette 6 June 1933.
  • "Mrs. Jefferson Smith to be Buried Today." St. Louis Globe-Democrat 28 August 1931.
  • "Newspaper Man to Wed Drake U. Art Instructor." St. Louis Globe-Democrat 3 June 1934.
  • Reid, John Cantwell. The Papers of John Cantwell Reid, 1933-1962. (MsC 436) Special Collections Department, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, IA.
  • Rhodes, Jim. St. Louis Mercantile Library at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Letter dated 14 May 2004.
  • Smith, Jeff. Email correspondence April-June 2004.
  • "Stone City Art Colony Opens." Anamosa Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 29 June 1933:1.

Spahn, Dorothy Rose

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Stein, A.G

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Sternfeld, Edith A. (1898-1990) 

  • Des Moines Art Center.  "Edith A. Sternfeld and Richard Cervene: An Exhibition: November 18-December 13, 1956."  Des Moines, IA, 1956. 
  • "Edith Sternfeld: A Retrospective Exhibition."  Shaeffer Gallery, Grinnell College.  Grinnell, IA.  May, 1967. 
  • Kavanaugh, Michael.  "Former professor's art exhibited in Burling."  The Scarlet and Black Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA.  13 April 1992: 6. 
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig.  "Edith Alice Sternfeld."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939. 
  • "Sternfeld, Edith A." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.
  • Sternfeld, Edith A. Personal correspondence; Christmas letters, 1956, 1960, and 1966.  Property of Cowles Library, Grinnell College. 
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Stinson, Ruth Eby (1909-1993) 

  • Nichols, Carolyn Stinson. Email correspondence. 3 April-13 May, 2003.
  • Stinson, Robert. Email correspondence. 24 March-7 May 2003.
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Stone, Helen Loosley

  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Tepsic, Ann

  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Thalinger, Jean (1915-1965)

  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Tilton, Florence (Mrs. Fred Ahlfeld)  (1894- ?)

  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Townsend, Pauline (1870- ?)

  • Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Pauline Townsend." Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines, IA: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Trask, Pauline Phelps (1906-1994) 

  • "Enrolled at Art Colony." The Independence Bulletin-Journal [Independence, IA] 4 August 1932.  
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig. "Pauline Elizabeth Phelps."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939. 
  • "Obituaries: Pauline E. Trask."  The Glenwood Opinion-Tribune [Glenwood, IA] 2 November 1994: 2A. 
  • "Pauline Trask Displays at Uptown Valley Nat'l Bank."  Sedona Red Rock News [Sedona, AZ] 1 November 1976. 
  • "Returns from Art Colony." The Independence Bulletin-Journal [Independence, IA] 11 August 1932: 5.
  • "Two Pictures Accepted." The Independence Bulletin-Journal [Independence, IA] 20 November 1932: 8. 
  • Trask, Pauline Phelps.  Letter to Ms. Cecilia Hatcher.  Sedona, AZ: 30 March 1986. 
  • Trask, Pauline Phelps.  Letter to Ms. Cecilia Hatcher.  Sedona, AZ: 27 January 1987. 
  • Trask, Pauline Phelps.  Unpublished memoir.  Sedona, AZ: October, 1974. 
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  • "Will Exhibit Her Pictures as State Fair: Entries by Local Artist." The Independence Bulletin-Journal [Independence, IA] 18 August 1932.

Triplett, Margaret F. (1905-1991)

  • Barry, John W., Jr. 1932 Stone City Art Colony photograph. Department of Special Collections, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa.
  • Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Margaret F. Triplett." Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines, IA: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.

Van Alstine, Mary J. (Mrs. L.H. Van Alstine) (1878- ?)

  • Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Mary J. Van Alstine." Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines, IA: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette[Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Van Duzee, Kate Keith (1874-1962)

  • Dubuque Museum of Art. "Over a Century of Cultural Collaboration." (undated).
  • Maushard, Mary. "Dubuque Art Association Show Commemorates Founder's Birth." Dubuque Telegraph-Herald [Dubuque, IA] 12 July 1974.
  • Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Kate Keith Van Duzee." Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines, IA: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • "Noted Patron of Art, Kate Van Duzee Dies." Dubuque Telegraph-Herald [Dubuque, IA] 8 January 1962.
  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.
  • "Van Duzee, Kate Keith." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.

Walker, Dick

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)

Walling, Letitia

  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Walker, Dick

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Ware, Buhl

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Weaver, Florence (1879-1957)

  • "Another Former Local Resident Goes to Europe." Webster City Daily News [Webster City, IA] (ca.1920-1925).
  • "Florence Weaver to be Guest Speaker at Club Here Tuesday Afternoon." Webster City Daily Freeman-Journal [Webster City, IA] 4 November 1938.
  • "Miss Florence Weaver Shown in the Decorating Studio, Fourth Floor." Des Moines Register [Des Moines, IA] 2 August 1942.
  • Nadler, Kathy Pederson. Email correspondence. 9 November-30 November, 2009.
  • Ness, Zenobia B., and Louise Orwig. "Florence Weaver." Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines, IA: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.
  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "To Travel Abroad: Miss Florence Weaver." (undated)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.
  • "Weaver, Florence M." In Dictionary of Women Artists: An International Dictionary of Women Artists Born Before 1900. Ed. Chris Petteys. Boston, MA: G.K. Hall, 1985.
  • "Weaver, Florence M." In Who Was Who in American Art: Compiled from the Original Thirty-Four Volumes of American Art Annual -- Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Ed. Peter H. Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985.

Weaver, Margaret

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

White, Francis Robert (1907-1986) 

  • "Biographical Data: Francis Robert White." [undated, ca. 1939-1940]: 2 pages.  
  • Cahill, Holger.  The Holger Cahill Papers, 1910-1993.  Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.  
  • "The Creation Window of the First Presbyterian Church, Mason City Iowa: A Guide to its Interpretation.  Artist: Bob White."  (Church bulletin).  [undated]: 8 pages. 
  • "Francis Robert White to Design PWA Murals for U.S. Court Here." Cedar Rapids Gazette. 10 October 1935.
  • "Large Federal Art Project Under Way in U.S. Courtroom Here; Co-Operative Job." Cedar Rapids Gazette. [ca. 1936]
  • "Memory of Mural Beckons Artist."  Missouri Valley Times-News 50.4 (June 25,1982): 1,20.
  • "The Missouri Valley, Iowa, Post Office Mural."  Available: http://communitydisc.westside66.org/html/colette/muralsSIG/MissouriValley.html 
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig.  "Francis Robert White."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939. 
  • "Opposing Iowa Art Groups Aim Boycott at Fair Salon." Des Moines Register. 23 August 1936.
  • Taylor, Adeline. "To Adorn Walls of Federal Court Room Here Will Depict Parallel Progress of Law And Culture; Large Relief Art Project." Cedar Rapids Gazette 22 December 1935.

Wilder, Emory (Mrs.)

  • "Stone City Art Colony News." Anamosa Journal-Eureka [Anamosa, IA] 3 August 1933
  • "Stone City Enrollment is Double Last Year." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 30 July 1933.

Wilkerson, Cecil (Mr.and Mrs.)

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Williams, Frank

  • Barry, John W., Jr. 1932 Stone City Art Colony photograph. Department of Special Collections, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa.

Wilson, Anna Mary

  • Other newspaper coverage from Cedar Rapids Gazette (ca. 1932-33)
  • "Stone City Art Colony Will Be Opened Today; Its Enrollment Has Exceeded All Expectations." Cedar Rapids Gazette [Cedar Rapids, IA] 26 June 1932.

Wood, Grant (1892-1942) 

  • Art Institute of Chicago. "Grant Wood: American Gothic."  Available: http://www.artic.edu/aic/collections/amer/citi/object?id=6565&collcatid=2
  • Brown, Hazel E. Grant Wood and Marvin Cone: Artists of an Era.  Ames, IA: Iowa State University Press, 1972.
  • Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. "Grant Wood." http://www.crma.org/collection/wood/wood.htm
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  • Garwood, Darrell. Artist in Iowa: A Life of Grant Wood. New York: W.W. Norton, 1944.
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  • "Grant Wood, Iowa Artist, Directs CWA Art as S.U.I. Faculty Member: Named to Graphic, Plastic Arts Faculty Yesterday to Serve Until First of June." The Daily Iowan [University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA] 12 January 1934.
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Zeman, Leon A. (1893-1979) 

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  • "Deaths: Leon Anthony Zeman."  Cedar Rapids Gazette 29 April 1979: 3. 
  • Ness, Zenobia, and Louise Orwig.  "Leon Zeman."  In Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years.  [Des Moines, IA]: Wallace-Homestead Company, 1939.  
  • Zeman, Robert. Correspondence with K. Raine. 4-15 September 2008.

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