References in Furniture

Guide to The Craftsman Architects Drawings, 1904-1915. Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library Department of Drawings & Archives Columbia University, New York, NY. Available online.

Gustav Stickley Business Papers. The Winterthur Library, The Joseph Downs Collection of Manuscripts and Printed Ephemera, Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Winterthur, DE. Finding aid.

Potthast Brothers Collection, PP7. Maryland Historical Society Library, Special Collections Department. Finding aid.

Potthast Brothers, Inc. 1892-1975, Correspondence, 1933-34, n.d. Maryland Historical Society Library, Special Collections Department.

Potthast Brothers, Inc. 1892-1975, Letterbooks, 1908-32. Maryland Historical Society Library, Special Collections Department.

Stickley Family Collection. Benson Ford Research Center, The Henry Ford, Detroit, MI. Finding aid.

Arthur, Catherine Rogers. "‘The True Antiques of Tomorrow’: Furniture by the Potthast Brothers of Baltimore, 1892–1975." In American Furniture 2000, ed. Luke Beckerdite, 31-58. Milwaukee, WI: Chipstone Foundation, 2000, Available online.

Cathers, David M. Gustav Stickley. London: Phaidon, 2003.

Congdon-Martin, Douglas, ed. The Gustav Stickley Photo Archives. Atglen: PA: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd, 2002.

Darling, Sharon. Chicago Furniture: Art, Craft, & Industry 1833-1983 . New York: Norton, 1984.

Fish, Marilyn. Gustav Stickley: Heritage & Early Years. North Caldwell, NJ: Little Pond Press, 1997.

Potthast Brothers, Inc. Interesting Facts: Inside Secrets of Selecting Furniture Correctly. 1935.

Smith, Mary Ann. Gustav Stickley: The Craftsman. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1983.

Tucker, Kevin W. et al. Gustav Stickley and the American Arts & Crafts Movement. Dallas, TX: Dallas Museum of Art, 2010.