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ALABAMA Satterfield, Carolyn Green. Historic Sites of Jefferson County. Birmingham, AL: Jefferson County Historical Commission, 1976; rev. ed., 1985 ARKANSAS Washington County Historical Society. Monuments and Markers of Washington County, Arkansas. Fayetteville, AR: Washington County Historical Society, 1953 CALIFORNIA Art in Public Places: a self-guided tour through the city of Brea. Brea, CA: Brea Redevelopment Agency, n.d. Beebe, Mary Livingstone. Landmarks: sculpture commissions for the Stuart Collection at the University of California, San Diego. New York: Rizzoli, 2001 Blair, Hosea. Monuments and Memorials of San Francisco. San Francisco: Blair Publishing Co, 1955 Fresno Mall Art Committee. Publicly Owned Art in Fresno, California. Fresno, CA: Fresno County and City Chamber of Commerce, 1973 Neubert, George W. Public Sculpture-Urban Environment. Oakland, CA: Oakland Museum, 1974 Reed, Merrill A. Historic Statues and Monuments in California. San Francisco: Merrill Reed, 1956 Snipper, Martin. A Survey of Art Work in the City and County of San Francisco. San Francisco: Art Commission, City and County of San Francisco, 1953; rev. ed., Joyce Konigsberg, 1975 CONNECTICUT Donahue, Mary M. A Monumental Walk: walking tour of the State Armory and Arsenal, Hartford and military memorials and monuments at the Connecticut State Capitol and grounds. Sponsor Connecticut Military Department. Hartford, CT: Connecticut Historical Commission and Museum of Connecticut History, 1997

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Grant, Marion Hepburn. In and About Hartford: town and tales. Hartford, CT: Hartford Connecticut Historical Society, 1978 Ransom, David F. "Connecticut's Monumental Epoch: A survey of Civil War memorials." Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin 59, no. 1-4 (1994), 5-285 DELAWARE Silver, Robert T. Outdoor Sculpture in Wilmington. Wilmington, DE: Wilmington Arts Commission, 1987 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Downing, Margaret Brent. "Foreign Heroes in Washington Parks." Columbia Historical Society Record 24 (1922), 8-22 Goode, James M. The Outdoor Sculpture of Washington, DC: A Comprehensive Historical Guide. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1974 Gurney, George. Sculpture and the Federal Triangle. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1985 Jacob, Kathryn Allamong. Testament to Union: Civil War Monuments in Washington, D.C. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998 Kauffman, Samuel H. "Equestrian Statuary in Washington," Columbia Historical Society Record 5 (1902) Mechlin, Leila. Works of Art in Washington. Washington, DC: The Washington Society of the Fine Arts, 1914 Olszewski, George J. "Lafayette Park, Washington, DC." National Capital Region Historical Research Series 1. Washington, DC: United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, 1964 Sculpture in the Parks (Statues, Monuments and Memorials located in the Parks of the Nation's Capital). Washington, DC: National Capital Region and The Denver Service Center of the National Park Service, 1985 GEORGIA Georgia Historical Commission. Georgia Civil War Historical Markers. Atlanta, GA: Georgia Dept. of Natural Resources, State Parks, Recreation & Historic Sites Division, c.1964 (rpr., 1982) Lukeman, Augustus. A Temple of Sacred Memories in the Breast of a Granite Mountain. Atlanta, GA: Lyon-Young, 1926

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HAWAII Radford, Georgia. Sculpture in the Sun: Hawaii's art for open spaces. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, c.1978 ILLINOIS Bach, Ira J., and Mary L. Gray. A Guide to Chicago Public Sculpture. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1983 Gray, Mary Lackritz. Your Guide to Loop Sculpture. Chicago: Chicago Council of Fine Arts, c.1975 Riedy, James L. Chicago Sculpture. Champaign-Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 1983 Service, C. M. (Illinois Department of Public Works and Buildings). Parks and Memorials of the State of Illinois. Newport, IL: Wagner Printing Co., 1925 Taft, Lorado. "The Monuments of Chicago." Art and Archaeology 12, no. 3-4 (Sept./Oct. 1921), 120-127 INDIANA Burnet, Mary Q. Art and Artists of Indiana. New York: Century Company, 1921 Who Put That There?: outdoor sculpture of Fort Wayne. Fort Wayne, IN: Saint Jude Catholic School, 1998 IOWA Ness, Zenobia B., comp. Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. Des Moines, IA: Wallace-Homestead Co., c.1939 KANSAS Paulsen, Chris. Beautifying Wichita through sculpture. Wichita, KS: Project Beauty, c.1989 KENTUCKY Altrusa Club of Louisville. Cut, Cast and Carved. Louisville, KY: Chamber of Commerce, 1974 Priced, Sammuel Woodson. The Old Masters of the Bluegrass: Jouette, Bush, Grimes, Frazer, Morgan, Hart. Louisville, KY: John P. Morton, 1902 "The Fantastic Wooldridge Monuments in Mayfield." Kentucky Progress Magazine (winter 1936), 70-71 LOUISIANA Cocke, Edward J. Monumental New Orleans. New Orleans: LaFayette Publishers, 1968

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MAINE Maine Outdoor Sculpture Guide. Augusta, ME: Maine Arts Commission, 2000 MARYLAND Freudenheim, Leslie M. Baltimore's Public Art, 1960-1980. Baltimore: Maryland Institute, College of Art, 1980 Naylor, Henry. Public Monuments and Sculpture of Baltimore. Bethesda, MD: The Writers Center, c.1987 Rusk, William Sener. Art in Baltimore: monuments and memorials. Vol. I. Baltimore: Norman, Remington Co., 1924 MASSACHUSETTS Beall, Pamela E. Artworks in Our Parks: An Inventory of Public Memorials. Worcester, MA: City of Worcester, Parks & Recreation Department, 1986 Capasso, Nick, ed. DeCordova Sculpture Park Guide. Lincoln, MA: DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, 1997 Carlock, Marty. A Guide to Public Art in Greater Boston: from Newburyport to Plymouth. Boston: Harvard Common Press, 1988; rev. ed., 1993 Downes, William Howe. "Monuments and Statues in Boston." New England Magazine (Nov. 1894), 353-372 Fleming, Ronald Lee, and Renata von Tscharner. Place Makers: Public Art That Tells You Where You Are. Cambridge, MA: Townscape Institute and New York: Hastings House Publishers, c.1987 Forbes, Allan, and Ralph M. Eastman. Some Statues of Boston, reproductions of some of the statues for which Boston is famous. Boston: State Street Trust Company, 1946 Forbes, Allan, and Ralph M. Eastman. Other Statues of Boston: reproductions of other statues of Boston as a sequel to Our Brochure of 1946. Boston: State Street Trust Co., 1947 Mundy, Christopher. Inventory of Outdoor Bronze Statuary in Massachusetts, 1983. N.p: Yankee Publishing, National Trust Intern Program and Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering, n.d. Norkunas, Martha K. Monuments and memory: history and representation in Lowell, Massachusetts. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, c.2002

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Roe, Alfred Seelye. Monuments, Tablets and Other Memorials Erected in the State of Massachusetts to Commemorate the Services of Her Sons in the War of the Rebellion 1891-1865. Boston: Wright and Potter, 1910 Whitehall, Walter Muir. Boston Statues. Barre, MA: Barre Publishing Co., 1970 MICHIGAN Hendry, Fay L. Outdoor Sculpture in Grand Rapids. Okemis, MI: Iota Press, 1981 Hendry, Fay L. Outdoor Sculpture in Kalamazoo. Okemis, MI: Iota Press, 1981 Hendry, Fay L. Outdoor Sculpture in Lansing. Okemis, MI: Iota Press, 1981 May, George Smith. Michigan Civil War Monuments. Lansing, MI: Michigan Civil War Centennial Observance Commission, 1965 Nawrocki, Dennis Alan, and Thomas J. Holleman. Art in Detroit Public Places. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1981 MINNESTOA Coen, Rena Newmann. Painting and Sculpture in Minnesota, 1820-1914. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 1976 Harris, Moira F. Monumental Minnesota: a guide to outdoor sculpture. St. Paul, MN: Pogo Press, c.1992 MISSIPPI Sutton, Cantey Venable, ed. History of Art in Mississippi. Gulfport, MS: The Dixie Press, 1929 Walker, Steve, Harold Young, and David F. Riggs. Vicksburg Battlefield Monuments: a pictorial record. Jackson, MS: University of Mississippi Press, 1984 MISSOURI Board of Parks and Recreation Commissioners. Historic & Dedicatory Monuments in Kansas City. Kansas City, MO: Kansas City Board of Parks & Recreation Commissioners, 1987 Caldwell, Dorothy J., ed. Missouri Historic Sites Catalog. Columbia, MO: The State Historical Society of Missouri, 1963 Eschbach, Walter L., and M. C. Drummond. Historic Sites of Jefferson County, Missouri. St. Louis, MO: Bartholomew & Associates, 1968

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Hunter, Marie Nau. Show Me Sculpture: a guide to Missouri's outdoor sculpture. Columbia, MO: Missouri SOS, Museum of Art and Archaeology, University of MissouriColumbia, n.d. Laumeier Sculpture Park. Laumeier Scculpture Park : ten sites ­ works, artists, years. St. Louis, MO: The Park, c.1992 McCue, George, David Finn, and Amy Binder. Sculpture City: St. Louis. Public Sculpture in the Gateway to the West. New York: Hudson Hills Press with Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, 1988 Mitchell, Giles Carroll. There is No Limit: architecture and sculpture in Kansas City, Missouri. Kansas City, MO: Brown & White, 1934 Municipal Arts Commission. Monuments: A Survey of Kansas City's Public Outdoor Art. Kansas City, MO: Municipal Arts Commission, 1975 St. Louis Beautification Commission. Special Report on Public Art to Alfonso J. Cervantes, Mayor, City of St. Louis. St. Louis: St. Louis Beautification Commission, 1969 NEBRASKA Public Art, Lincoln Nebraska: a brief survey of outdoor works. Lincoln, NE: Lincoln Arts Council, 1993 NEVADA Hansen, Oskar J. Sculptures at Hoover Dam. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, 1968 NEW JERSEY Bostick, Virginia L. The Public Monuments and Sculpture of Morristown, New Jersey. Trenton, NJ: New Jersey State Council on the Arts, 1978 Bostick, Virginia L. The Public Monuments and Sculpture of Morris County, New Jersey. Trenton, NJ: New Jersey State Council on the Arts, 1978 Buki, Zoltan, and S. Corlette. The Trenton Battle Monument Eakins Bronzes. Trenton, NJ: New Jersey State Museum, 1973 Bzdak, Meredith Arms. Public Sculpture in New Jersey: Monuments to Collective Identity. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1999 Flockart, Lolita L.W. Art and Artists in New Jersey. Somerville, NJ: C. P. Hoagland Co., 1938

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Gerdts, William H., Jr. Painting & Sculpture in New Jersey. Princeton, NJ: Van Nostrand, 1964 Kelleher, Patrick J. Living with Modern Sculpture: The John B. Putnam Jr. Memorial Collection, Princeton University. Princeton, NJ: The Art Museum, Princeton University, 1982 Public Art in New Jersey During the Period of the American Renaissance. Wayne, NJ: Museums Council of New Jersey, 1990 Thurlow, Fearn. "Newark's Sculpture: A Survey of Public Monuments and Memorial Statuary." The Newark Museum Quarterly 26 (winter, 1975), 1-32 NEW YORK Beardsley, John, and David Finn. A Landscape for Modern Sculpture: Storm King Art Center. New York: Abbeville Press, 1995 Bogart, Michele H. Public Sculpture and the Civic Ideal in New York City 1890-1930. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1989 DeMarco, Elizabeth. Public Art in Syracuse and Onondaga County. Syracase, NY: Onondaga County Public Library & Cultural Resources Council of Syracuse and Onondaga County, 1985 Fried, Frederick, and Edmund V. Gillon, Jr. New York Civic Sculpture: a pictorial guide. New York: Dover Publications, 1976 Gayle, Margot, and Michele Cohen. The Art Commission and the Municipal Art Society Guide to Manhattan's Outdoor Sculpture. New York: Prentice Hall Press, 1988 Henning, Calvin McCoy. "The Outdoor Public Commemorative Monuments of Syracuse, New York: 1855-1950." PhD diss., Syracuse University, 1983 Jacoby, Stephen M. Architectural Sculpture in New York City. New York: Dover Publications, 1975 Lederer, Joseph. All Around Town: a walking guide to outdoor sculpture in New York City. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1975 Morello, Theodore, ed. The Hall of Fame for Great Americans at New York University: Official Handbook. New York: New York University Press, 1967 New York City Art Commission. Catalogue of the Works of Art Belonging to the City of New York. New York: Art Commission of New York City, 1909 (supplement, 1920).

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Palliser, Palliser & Co., architects. Public Statues and Monuments of New York. New York: Palliser, Palliser & Co., 1891 Reynolds, Donald M. Monuments & Masterpieces: histories and views of public sculpture in New York City. New York: Macmillan Pub. Co., 1988 Saltus, J. Sanford, and Walter E. Tisne. Statues of New York. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1922 Sharp, Lewis J. New York City Public Sculpture by Nineteenth Century Artists. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art. 1974 Storm King. Sculpture at Storm King. New York: Abbeville Press, c.1980 Stroup, M. Jane, and Harriet A. Carter. Island Sculpture: Manhattan : a guide to outdoor sculpture in Manhattan. n.p., ?1968 OHIO Campen, Richard N. Outdoor Sculpture in Ohio. Chagrin Falls, OH: West Summit Press, 1980 Clark, Edna Maria. Ohio Art and Artists. Richmond, Garrett & Massie, Inc., c.1932 Cleveland Public Library. Federal Art in Cleveland, 1933-1943. Cleveland, OH: 1974 Doezema, Marianne, and June Hargrove. The Public Monument and Its Audience. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 1977 Lybarger, Helen Baldwin. A Survey of Public Monuments in Cleveland. Cleveland, OH: Early Settlers Association of Cleveland and the Western Reserve, 1980. Stimson, George P. Cincinnati in Bronze. Cincinnati, OH: W. R. Randall, 1959 Toledo Museum of Art. Toledo: Art in Public Places. Toledo, OH: The Toledo Museum of Art, 1973-1974 OREGON Metropolitan Arts Commission. Portland Public Art: Walking Tour. Portland, OR: Metropolitan Arts Commission, 1988 PENNSYLVANIA Chew, Paul A. Two Hundred and Fifty Years of Art in Pennsylvania. Greensburg, PA: Westmoreland Co. Museum of Art, 1959 Craven, Wayne. The Sculptures at Gettysburg. New York: Eastern Acorn Press, 1982

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Fairmount Park Art Association (Nicholas B. Wainwright, ed.). Sculpture of a City: Philadelphia's treasures in bronze and stone. New York: Walker Publishing Company, 1974 Gay, Vernon, and Marilyn Evert. Discovering Pittsburgh's Sculpture. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1983 Georg, Kathleen R. The Location of Monuments, Markers and Tablets on the Battlefield of Gettysburg. Gettysburg, PA: Eastern National Park and Monument Association with Gettysburg National Military Park, 1982 Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania. Urban Encounters: A Map of Public Art in Philadelphia, 1959-1979. Philadelphia: Institute of Contemporary Art, 1980 RHODE ISLAND Freeman, Robert, and Vivienne Laskey. Hidden Treasure: Public Sculpture in Providence. Providence, RI: Published for the Rhode Island Public Society by the Rhode Island Bicentennial Foundation, 1980 Outdoor Sculpture of Rhode Island. Providence, RI: Rhode Island Historical Preservation & Heritage Commission, 1999 Samson, Henry T. The Providence World War Memorial. Providence, RI: AkermanStandard Co., 1929 SOUTH CAROLINA A Century of American Sculpture: treasures from Brookgreen Gardens. New York: Abbeville Press, 1981 Bilodeau, Francis W., ed. Art in South Carolina, 1670-1970. Charleston, SC: South Carolina Tricentennial Commission, 1970 Mayor, A. Hyatt, J. V. Noble, and Beatrice G. Proske. A Century of American Sculpture: Treasures from Brookgreen Gardens. New York: Abbeville Press, 1981 Proske, Beatrice Gilman. Brookgreen Gardens, sculpture. Brookgreen, SC: Brookegreen, 1943; rev. ed., 1968 TEXAS Fisk, Frances Battaile. A History of Texas Artists and Sculptors. Abilene, TX: The Author, 1928 Hendricks, Patricia D., and Becky Duval Reese. A Century of Sculpture in Texas 18891989. Austin, TX: Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery, College of Fine Arts, University of Texas at Austin, 1989

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Little, Carol B. A Comprehensive Guide to Outdoor Sculpture in Texas. Austin, TX: University of Texas, 1996 Ruff, Ann. Amazing Texas Monuments and Museums. Houston, TX: Lone Star Books, c.1984 Texas Commission of Control for Texas Centennial Celebrations. Monuments erected by the state of Texas to commemorate the centenary of Texas independence. Austin, TX: Committee of Control for TCC, 1938 VERMONT Lawless, Ann. "Vermont Archives and Manuscripts: Save Outdoor Sculpture Records, 1992-1993." Vermont History 62, no. 3 (summer 1994), 167-182 Spargo, John. The Bennington Battle Monument: its story and meaning. Rutland, VT: The Tuttle Company, 1925 VIRGINIA Civil War Commission. Selected Civil War State Historical Markers, VA. Richmond, VA: n.p., 1961 Driggs, Sarah Shields, with John L. Orrock, comps. Save Outdoor Sculpture!: A Survey of Sculpture in Virginia. Richmond, VA: Virginia Department of Historic Resources, 1996 Hillman, Benjamin J. Monuments to Memories: Virginia's Civil War Heritage in Bronze and Stone. Richmond, VA: Virginia Civil War Commission, 1965 WASHINGTON Rupp, James M. Art in Seattle's Public Places: an illustrated guide. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1992 Shamash, Diane, and Steven Huss, eds. A Field Guide to Seattle's Public Art. Seattle: Seattle Arts Commission, distributed by Sasquatch Books, c.1991 Public Art Map: a map guided tour of the King County Public Art Collection. Seattle: King County Office of Cultural Resources, 2001 WISCONSIN Buck, Diane M., and Virginia A. Palmer. Outdoor Sculpture in Milwaukee: a cultural and historical guidebook. Madison, WI: The State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1995 Butts, Porter. Arts in Wisconsin. Madison, WI: Democrat Press, 1936 Palmer, Virginia A. "Deeds and Bronze." Historical Messenger of the Milwaukee County Historical Society 31, no. 1 (1975), 26-36

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Rajar, Anton, and Christine Style. Public Sculpture in Wisconsin: an atlas of outdoor monuments, memorials, & masterpieces in the Badger state. Madison, WI: Wisconsin SOS! and Fine Arts Conservation Services, 1999

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