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1. Geoffrey Dunn, “Photographic License,” San Jose Metro, January 19-25, 1995, p. 22.[back]

2. Pete Daniel and Raymond Smock, A Talent for Detail: The Photographs of Miss Frances Benjamin Johnston, 1889-1910 (New York: Harmony Books, 1974; TR140.J64 A34 1974), 57-58.[back]

3. Marion Tinling, Women Remembered: A Guide to Landmarks of Women's History in the United States (New York: Greenwood Press, 1986; E159.T56 1986); Rodris Roth, “Recording a Room: The Kitchen,” in Historic America: Buildings, Structures, and Sites Recorded by the Historic American Buildings Survey and the Historic American Engineering Record, edited by C. Ford Peatross and Alicia Stamm (Washington: Library of Congress, 1983; NA705.H53), 107-25.[back]

4. A selection of the Curtis photographs focusing on women is offered in Heart of the Circle: Photographs by Edward S. Curtis of Native American Women, edited by Sara Day (San Francisco: Pomegranate Artbooks in association with Library of Congress, 1997; E89.C87 1997).[back]

5. For a discussion of women poster artists' participation in the World War I propaganda effort, tapping examples from Library of Congress collections, see Elena Millie and Jan Grenci, “Columbia Calls,” Affiche 14 (1995): 66-71.[back]

6. Renata V. Shaw, “Nineteenth Century Tobacco Label Art,” in Graphic Sampler, comp. Renata V. Shaw (Washington: Library of Congress, 1979; NE400.G7), 139-65.[back]

7. Published studies that tap Library of Congress collections include Mary Evans O'Keefe Gravalos and Carol Pulin, Bertha Lum (Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1991; NE1112.L86 G73 1990) and Tim Mason and Lynn Mason, Helen Hyde (Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1991; NE539.H9 M37 1991).[back]

8. Several books provide insight into the work of Charles and Ray Eames, including Donald Albrecht et al., The Work of Charles and Ray Eames: A Legacy of Invention (New York: Harry N. Abrams in association with the Library of Congress and the Vitra Design Museum, 1997. NK1535.E25 W67 1997) and John Neuhart, Marilyn Neuhart and Ray Eames, Eames Design: The Work of the Office of Charles and Ray Eames (New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1989; NK1535.E25 N48 1989).[back]

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