Inscribed, on reverse, in graphite, upper right, in script: Mrs. E. P. Green / 17958 Hatton / Reseda, Co / Di 7-3421; stamped, lower left, in ink: LANSBURGH [semi-circle] / in graphite, 1987
NAS 30.2, ARTH 16, Plains Ledger Drawings and Their Complexities, Joyce Szabo, Summer 2013
A Space for Dialogue 77, What's in a Flag? Artists' Intentions and the Meaning of the Stars and Stripes, Caroline Liegey, Class of 2013, Levinson Intern, Main Lobby, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, June 1-August 19, 2013.
Native American Ledger Drawings from the Hood Museum of Art: The Mark Lansburgh Collection, Friends and Owen Robertson Cheatham Galleries, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, October 2-December 19, 2010.
Peripheral Visions(s): Perspectives on the "Indian" image by 19th century Northern Plains warrior-artists, McMaster University Museum of Art, Hamilton, Ontario, August 24-December 20, 2019.
Colin G. Calloway, Editor, Ledger Narratives, The Plains Indian Drawings of the Lansburgh Collection at Dartmouth College, Norman: University of Oklahoma Press (published in cooperation with the Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire), 2012, ill. p. 1; p. 182, plate 136.
Caroline Liegey, A Space for Dialogue 77, What's in a Flag? Artists' Intentions and the Meaning of the Stars and Stripes, Hanover, New Hampshire: Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, 2013, checklist no. 6.
Chartrand, Rheanne, Gerald McMaster, Janet Catherine Berlo, Paul Chaat Smith, and Jeff Thomas. Revision(s). Ontario: McMaster University, 2019. page 118.
Possibly owned by Mrs. E. P. Green, Reseda, California; Mark Lansburgh, Santa Fe, New Mexico, by 1987; acquired by present collection through a partial gift and partial purchase, 2007.
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