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Watervliet and Groveland Shakers, in: , The Complete Book Of Shaker Furniture. Harry N. Abrams, New York, New York., 1993.
The Weitsman Stoneware Collection at The New York State Museum. The Magazine Antiques February, 88-93., 2002.
Furniture Making, in: , The Encyclopedia Of New York State. Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY, pp. 613-614., 2005.
Groveland's atypical Shaker - Emmory Brooks' Distinctive Furniture. New York Pennsylvania Collector April., 1981.
Art for the People: Decorated Stoneware from the Weitsman Collection. Antiques & Fine Art 10, 197-201., 2009.
New York Furniture: The Federal Period 1788-1825. Antique Review August., 1988.
Archibald Dunlop (1672-1713) of Stratford, Connecticut: His Maternal Descent from James II, King of Scotland. New England Historic Genealogical Register 154, 321-324., 2000.
Greek Temples on The Towpath, A History and Guide to the Vischer Ferry Historic District. Clifton Park, New York., 1975.
Bits of Clifton Park History. Town of Clifton Park, New York., 2003.
A Look Back: Dr. Charles C. Adams and the Museums Shaker Collection. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 2, 6., 2006.
New York Furniture at the New York State Museum. Highland House, Alexandria, Virginia., 1984.
Book Review of American Kasten: The Dutch-Style Cupboards of New York and New Jersey 1650-1800 by Peter M. Kenny, Frances Gruber Safford and Gilbert T. Vincent. Newsletter of the Decorative Arts Society, Inc., 1992.
The New York State Museum Carousel: its History Uncovered. The Carousel News & Trader 17, 16-20., 2001.
Carousels, in: , The Encyclopedia Of New York State. Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY, p. 267., 2005.
Funnyman. Naho 13, 53-55., 1981.
Tickling the Ivories: The NYSM Piano Collection Symbolizes a Bygone Era. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 4, 8-9., 2008.
The Rustic Artistry of Clarence Nichols (exhibition catalog). Adirondack Museum., 1986.
Archibald Dunlop (1672-1713) of Stratford, Connecticut: His Maternal Descent from James II of Scotland. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register 154, 321-324., 2000.
The Eighth Wonder. Naho 8, 6-9., 1975.
Summertime Fun at Halfmoon Beach. Merry-Go Roundup 29, 12-13., 2003.