Signed, in partial cursive, on the exterior side of the bowl, in a decorative cartouche with fringed edge pattern on ends: N [reversed] u m p a y o. [Nampeyo]
Ancient Native American Pottery, Harrington Gallery Teaching Exhibition, Anthropology 32, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, January 7-February 9, 1992.
Harrington Gallery Teaching Exhibition; Anthropology 32, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, February 13-March 4, 1990.
Native American Art at Dartmouth: Highlights from the Hood Museum of Art, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, October 8, 2011-March 12, 2012.
Survival/Art/History: American Indian Collections from the Hood Museum of Art, Alvin P. Gutman Gallery, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, November 18, 2000-April 7, 2002.
The Tradition Continues: Native American Art from New England Collections, Smith College Museum of Art, Northhampton, Massachusetts, March 10-May 29, 1994.
Mary Ellen and Laurence R. Blair, The Legacy of a Master Potter: Nampeyo and Her Descendants, Tuscon, Arizona, Treasure Chest Books. 305 pp., ill. p.84., 1999.
[Tamara Northern], Native American Art, Hanover, New Hampshire: Hood Museum of Art, 1985, p. 40. (Published in conjunction with Gutman Gallery opening exhibition)
Beth Michelle Schrift, Pueblo Pottery of the Churchill Collection at the Turn of the Century: A Representation of Changing Times, 2004, pp. 1-102, ill. p. 81, fig. 32, p. 89, fig. 40.
Nampeyo (about 1860-1942), Hano Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona; collected by Clara G. Corser Turner Churchill (1851-1945) and Frank Carroll Churchill (1850-1912), Hano Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona, 1904-1907; bequeathed to present collection, 1946.
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