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American Art Association, New York, Catalogue of the Collection of Early American, English, and French Furniture Formed by the Late Mrs. Franklin Bartlett, sale cat. (January 13–15, 1921).
American Art Association, New York, Illustrated Catalogue of the Rare and Extremely Choice Collection of Early American and English Furniture and Other Contemporaneous Treasures Formed During the Past Seventeen Years by...Mr. Louis Guerineau Myers of New York, sale cat. (February 24–26, 1921).
American Art Association and American Art Galleries, New York, Illustrated Catalogue of Mr. T. Offerman's Collections of Rare Early American and Colonial Furniture, sale cat. (December 1922).
American Art Association and American Art Galleries, New York, Colonial Object Collection of John L. Black, sale cat. (January 9, 1926).
American Art Galleries and American Art Association, New York, The Early American Collection of Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Ernst, Norwalk, Conn., sale cat. (January 20–23, 1926).
American Art Association, New York, Colonial Furniture and Decorations: The Collection of Mrs. James A. Garland of New York, sale cat. (February 3, 1927).
American Art Association, New York, Duncan Phyfe and Other Fine Early American Furniture and Decorations: The Private Collection of Alexander M. Hudnut, Removed from His Country Residence at Princeton, New Jersey, sale cat. (November 19, 1927).
American Art Association and American Art Galleries, New York, The Israel Sack Collection, sale cat. (November 1927).
American Art Association, New York, The Jacob Margolis Early American Collection, sale cat. (March 17–19, 1927).
Anderson Galleries, New York, American and English Furniture and Decorations from Various Private Collections and Other Sources, sale cat. (November 19–21, 1929).
American Art Association, New York, American Antiques from New England: Collection of Fred Wellington Ayer, Bangor, Maine, sale cat. (May 3–4, 1929).
Anderson Galleries and American Art Association, New York, American Antiques: Collection of Israel Sack, Boston, Mass., sale cat. (November 7–9, 1929).
American Art Association, New York, Colonial Furniture: The Superb Collection Of The Late Howard Reifsnyder, sale cat. (April 24–27, 1929).
Anderson Galleries and American Art Association, New York, American Antiques: The Collection of Nathan Cushing, Providence, R.I., sale cat. (February 27, 1930).
Anderson Galleries and American Art Association, New York, Colonial Furniture, Silver, and Decorations: The Collection of the Late Philip Flayderman, sale cat. (January 2–4, 1930).
American Art Association and Anderson Galleries, New York, Early American Furniture and Decorations: Property of Morris Berry, Plainville, Conn., sale cat. (April 25–26, 1930).
American Art Association and Anderson Galleries, New York, A Private Collection of Rare American Antiques Formed by Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Carlisle Kaufmann, Nutley, New Jersey, sale cat. (October 30–31, 1931).
American Art Association and Anderson Galleries, New York, American Furniture Including Labeled, Pedigreed and Historic Examples from the Collection of Benjamin Flayderman, Boston, sale cat. (April 17–18, 1931).
Anderson Galleries, New York, Furniture and Silver by American Master Craftsmen of Colonial and Early Federal Times...Sold by Order of Francis P. Garvan, sale cat. (January 8–10, 1931).
Anderson Galleries and American Art Association, New York, Selections From The Collection of Francis P. Garvan, sale cat. (January 8–10, 1931).
Anderson Galleries and American Art Association, New York, American Furniture Property of Benjamin Flayderman, sale cat. (October 6, 1932).
American Art Association and Anderson Galleries, New York, Early American Furniture: The Property of Israel Sack, sale cat. (May 20, 1932).
American Art Association and Anderson Galleries, New York, One Hundred Important American Antiques, sale cat. (January 9, 1932).
American Art Association and Anderson Galleries, New York, Selections from the Private Collection of the late Charles Hitchcock Tyler, sale cat. (January 24–28, 1933).
American Art Association and Anderson Galleries, New York, American and English Furniture and Silver of the 17th–18th Century: The Choice Private Collection of Arthur M. Nowak, sale cat. (March 17, 1934).
American Art Association and Anderson Galleries, New York, American and English Furniture, Silver and Porcelains: Property of the Estate of the Late Mrs. Richard H. Dana and from the Collection of Francis D. Millet, N.A. with additions, sale cat. (April 28, 1934).
Anderson Galleries and American Art Association, New York, American Furniture and Decorations 1700-1820: Collection of Edward A. Crowninshield, Stockbridge, Mass. With Fine Pieces From The Private Collection of Miss Mabel Choate, sale cat. (November 8–10, 1934).
American Art Association and Anderson Galleries, New York, American Furniture: Property of Hyman Kaufman, Boston, Mass., Part I, sale cat. (April 12–14, 1934).
American Art Association and Anderson Galleries, New York, American Furniture: Property of Hyman Kaufman, Boston, Mass., Part II, sale cat. (October 25–26, 1935).
American Art Association and Anderson Galleries, New York, The Francis Shaw Collection of American Furniture and Decorations, sale cat. (December 12–14, 1935).
American Art Association and Anderson Galleries, New York, American Furniture, Silver, and Glass: The Collections of Mr. and Mrs. G. Winthrop Brown, Boston, Mass., sale cat. (January 22–23, 1937).
Anderson Galleries and American Art Association, New York, Fine Early American Furniture and Decorations: From the Collection of Mrs. Lewis Simpson Conant, Brookline, Mass.; J.B. McCollum, New York; Mrs. Clarence Crittendon Calhoun, Washington D.C., and Property of Other Owners, sale cat. (October 10, 1937).
American Art Association and Anderson Galleries, New York, Rare and Valuable American Furniture, Paintings, and Silver: From the Collection of Herbert Lawton, Boston, Mass., sale cat. (April 2–3, 1937).
American Art Association and Anderson Galleries, New York, Fine American Furniture: Comprising The Entire Collection of The Colonial Antique Shop, Boston, Mass. and The Private Collection of Harold S. Hanks, Wellesley, Mass., sale cat. (May 5–6, 1938).
American Art Association and Anderson Galleries, New York, Important American Furniture and Silver from Private Sources Consigned by Albert J. Hill, Boston, Mass., sale cat. (March 12, 1938).
American Art Association, New York, Early American Furniture: The Collection of Jacob Margolis, sale cat. (November 5–6, 1926).