Research Bibliography 2017-07-14T11:28:59+00:00

Adventure Ho! Popular American Illustrators 1897-1935: Works from the Kelly Collection of American Illustration. Abingdon, VA: William King Regional Arts Center, 1998. An exhibition catalog.

Adventures in Art The Brandywine Artists: Masters of Storytelling through Illustration. Pensacola, FL: Pensacola Museum of Art, 2001. An exhibition catalog.

American Illustration from the Collection of Charles Martignette. Sarasota, FL: Ringling School of Art and Design, 2005. An exhibition catalog.

Apgar, John F., Jr. Frank E. Schoonover, Painter-Illustrator: A Bibliography. Morristown, NJ: John F. Apgar, Jr., 1969.

Arpin, Gary Q. “The Revolutionary Period: The Age of Reason.” In Holt Literature and Language Arts, Mastering the California Standards, Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking Fifth Course, Essentials of American Literature, by G. Kylene Beers, Lee Odell and Gary Q. Arpin. Austin, TX: Holt, Rine Hart and Winston, c. 2003.

The Art of American Illustration. Chadds Ford, PA: Brandywine River Museum, 1976.

“The Art of Fishing.” Sports Afield, April 1984: 84-89.

Artists in Wilmington, 1890-1940. [Wilmington]: Delaware Art Museum, 1980. An exhibition catalog.

Barrett, Robert R. “Frank E. Schoonover: The Man Who Saw Barsoom.” The Burroughs Bulletin, October 1990: 3-11.

Beaton, Tricia. “The Painter Who Helped Create Hopalong.” Media History Digest, Spring – Summer 1986: 50-53.

Bertha Corson Day Bates Collection. Helen Farr Sloan Library and Archives, Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE. An archival collection.

Best James, J. American Popular Illustration. Kent, OH: Kent Popular Press, February, 1980.

Best, James J. American Popular Illustration A Reference Guide. American Popular Culture. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1984.

Blanche J. Swayne Collection. Brandywine River Museum Library, Chadds Ford, PA. An archival collection.

Bossert, Jill. Illustrators 37: The Society of Illustrators 37th Annual of American Illustration. Mies, Switzerland: Published for the Society of Illustrators by Rotovision, SA, 1995.

Brandywine River Museum. Brandywine River Museum. Chadds Ford, PA: The Museum, 1997.

Brandywine River Museum. The Brandywine Heritage: Howard Pyle, N.C. Wyeth, Andrew Wyeth, James Wyeth. Chadds Ford, PA: Brandywine River Museum; distributed by New York Graphic Society, Greenwich, CT, 1971. An exhibition catalog.

Brandywine River Museum. Brandywine West: January 18 – May 18, 1975. Chadds Ford, PA: Brandywine River Museum, 1975. An exhibition catalog.

Brandywine River Museum. Catalog of the Collection 1969-1989. Chadds Ford, PA: The Brandywine Conservancy, 1991.

Brandywine River Museum. Frank E. Schoonover, Illustrator. Chadds Ford, PA: Brandywine River Museum, 1979. An exhibition catalog.

Brandywine Valley to the Bay: Art from Private Collections. Newark: University of Delaware, 1991. An exhibition catalog.

Brokaw, Howard P. The Howard Pyle Studio, a History Written for the Celebration of the Studio’s Centennial. [Wilmington, DE]: The Group, 1983.

Brooklyn Museum. A Century of American Illustration. [Brooklyn, NY]: Brooklyn Museum, 1972. An exhibition catalog.

Brown, Richard C. “The Lady Muckrakers.” American History Illustrated, November 1973: 32-37.

Burns, Marjorie E. A List of Some of the Books Illustrated by Howard Pyle and Those of His Students and “Grand Pupils” Who Have Illustrated Books for Children and Young People Together with a Bibliography. N.p., 1936.

Burroughs, Betty. “’The Dean’—85 on Sunday—Personifies a Tradition.” Wilmington (DE) Morning News, 16 August 1962: 31.

Byrne, Deirdre. “Mosey on Down.” Life in the Finger Lakes, Winter 2005: 22-28.

Canavan, Kathryn. “Where’s the Missing Schoonover?” Signature Brandywine, Fall 2005: 79.

Chance, Elbert. “Summer Spectaculars Under the Stars.” Dateline Delaware, July-August 1960.

Childhood Enchantments: British and American Illustration for Children 1880-1940. Rye Brook, NY: Museum of Cartoon Art, 1989. An exhibition catalog.

Cochran, Russ. The Edgar Rice Burroughs Library of Illustration, Vol. 1. West Plains, MO: Russ Cochran, 1976.

Cochran, Russ. The Edgar Rice Burroughs Library of Illustration, Vol. 3. West Plains, MO: Russ Cochran, 1984.

Davis, Tom. “The Romance of Brandywine.” Sporting Classics, May-June 2001: 77-83.

deLeon, Jerry Hudson, and Frank Schoonover. Illustrating and Cartooning: Book and Magazine Illustration. Minneapolis, MN: Art Instruction Inc., 1954.

Delaware Art Museum. Artists in Wilmington, 1890-1940. Wilmington: Delaware Art Museum, 1980. An exhibition catalog.

Delaware Art Museum. The Golden Age of American Illustration, 1880-1914. [Wilmington: Delaware Art Museum], 1972. An exhibition catalog.

Delaware Art Museum: Selected Treasures. London: Scala Publishers Ltd., 2004.

DeShazo, Edith. “Brandywine Exhibits Schoonover.” Wilmington (DE) Sunday News-Journal, 30 September 1979: E-4.

Dietz, Kate. “Frank E. Schoonover.” Delaware County Scene, September-October 1972: 11.

Doezema, Marianne. American Realism and the Industrial Age. Cleveland, OH: The Cleveland Museum of Art, 1980. An exhibition catalog.

Doss, Erika. Twentieth-Century American Art. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002.

Drexel University Museum. Frank E. Schoonover at Drexel: Illustration and the Academic Tradition 1892-1903. Philadelphia: Drexel University, 1986. An exhibition catalog.

Drexel University News, August 1975.

Drexel’s Great School of American Illustration: Violet Oakley and Her Contemporaries. Philadelphia: Drexel University Museum, 1980. An exhibition catalog.

Dykes, Jeff C. “Tentative Bibliographic Check Lists of Western Illustrators.” American Book Collector, October 1966: 15-19.

Dykes, Jeff. Fifty Great Western Illustrators: A Bibliographic Checklist. Outing, MN: Northland Press, c. 1975.

Elzea, Rowland, and Iris Snyder. The American Illustration Collection of the Delaware Art Museum. Wilmington: Delaware Art Museum, 1991.

Elzea, Rowland, and Elizabeth H. Hawkes. A Small School of Art: The Students of Howard Pyle. Wilmington: Delaware Art Museum, 1980.

Elzea, Rowland. Nostalgic Journey: American Illustration from the Collection of the Delaware Art Museum. Wilmington: Delaware Art Museum, 1994. An exhibition catalog.

Elzea, Rowland. The Best of American Illustration: Selections from the Delaware Art Museum. Washington, DC: Trust for Museum Exhibitions, 1985. An exhibition catalog.

Enchanted Images: American Children’s Illustration 1850-1925. Santa Barbara, CA: Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1980. An exhibition catalog.

Ermoyan, Arpi. Famous American Illustrators. London: Quantum Publishing Ltd., 1997.

Ethel Pennewill Brown Leach Papers. Helen Farr Sloan Library, Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE. An archival collection.

Falk, Peter H. “Schoonover, Frank E.” Dictionary of Signatures & Monograms of American Artists, from the Colonial Period to the Mid 20th Century. N.p., 1988: 374.

Fauver, Chris. Stories to Tell: Masterworks from the Kelly Collection of American Illustration. New York: Dahesh Museum of Art, 2006. An exhibition catalog.

Fielding, Mantle. Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors and Engravers. New York: 1926.

Four Decades: The Hotel du Pont Collection. Wilmington: Delaware Art Museum, 1982. An exhibition catalog.

Foxley, William C. Frontier Spirit: Catalog of the Collection of the Museum of Western Art. Denver: Museum of Western Art, 1983.

Frank E. Schoonover Collection. Helen Farr Sloan Library and Archives, Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE. An archival collection.

Free Library of Philadelphia. Howard Pyle and Illustrators of the Brandywine School. Philadelphia: Free Library of Philadelphia, 2006. An exhibition catalog.

Frontier Legacy. Indianapolis: Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, 1989. An exhibition catalog.

Gilmore, Janice Haynes. Greetings from Delaware and Other Artist Communities The Jann Haynes Gilmore and B. Joyce Puckett Collection of Artist Greeting Cards. Dover, DE: Biggs Museum of American Art, 2007. An exhibition catalog.

Grinnell, Nancy Whipple. “Picturing the Page: A Legacy of Artist Illustrators.” American Art Review, February 2006: 126-133.

Grow, Charles and Joan Thomas. “Triangle, Virginia: National Museum of the Marine Corps.” American Art Review, November-December 2006: 138-145.

Hall, Jane. “You Can Draw.” The DuPont Echo, March 1942: 12, 16.

Harmsen, Dorothy. American Western Art A Collection of One Hundred Twenty-Five Western Paintings and Sculpture with Biographies of the Artists. Denver: Harmsen Publishing Co., 1977.

Harrington, Peter. “Images of the Great War.” American History, December 1996: 30-36, 64.

Harrington, Peter. “The Great War Paintings of Frank E. Schoonover.” Military Heritage, August 1999: 66-69.

Hayward, Ethel Luella Jones. My Brandywine Valley. Privately printed: 1985.

Hearn, Michael Patrick, Trinkett Clark, and Henry Nichols Blake Clark. Myth, Magic and Mystery: One Hundred Years of American Children’s Book Illustration. Boulder, CO: Roberts Rinehart Publishers, 1996. An exhibition catalog.

Heins, Henry Hardy, ed. A Golden Anniversary Bibliography of Edgar Rice Burroughs. West Kingston, RI: Donald M. Grant, 1964.

The Historical and Art Significance of the Twelve Paintings Selected for the du Pont Safety Calendar of 1941. Wilmington, DE: E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc, 1940.

Holusha, Rosemary. “The Douglas Art Collection.” Arizona Highways, November 1980: 38-45.

Howard Pyle: A Teacher, The Formal Years. Chadds Ford, PA: The Brandywine Conservancy, 1980. An exhibition catalog.

Howard Pyle Collection. Helen Farr Sloan Library and Archives, Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE. An archival collection.

Howard Pyle Collection. Drexel University Archives, Philadelphia, PA. An archival collection.

Ianni, Francis A. World War One Remembered. Wilmington: Delaware Heritage Commission, 1993.

International Art Gallery. Brandywine Tradition Artists; Featuring the Works of Howard Pyle, Frank E. Schoonover, the Wyeth Family, Charles Colombo, David Hanna. New York: Great American Editions, 1971. An exhibition catalog.

John M. Crawford Gallery and Asheville School (Asheville, N.C.). Visions of Romance: Works from the Kelly Collection of American Illustration: April 1-April 30, 2000, John M. Crawford Gallery. Asheville, NC: Walker Arts Center, Asheville School, 2000. An exhibition catalog.

Kelly, Richard J., and Chris Fauver. Art of the Illustrator: Works from the Kelly Collection of American Illustration. Washington, D.C.: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, 1997. An exhibition catalog.

Knoxville Museum of Art. Distant Lands, the Art of the Story: Works from the Kelly Collection of American Illustration, 1894-1938. Knoxville, TN: Knoxville Museum of Art, 2001. An exhibition catalog.

Kouwenhoven, John A., assembler. “America on the Move: How It Looked to the Authors and Illustrators of Harper’s.” Harper’s Magazine: Centennial Issue 1850-1950, October 1950: 97-144.

Larson, Judy L. American Illustration, 1890-1925: Romance, Adventure & Suspense. Calgary, AB: Glenbow Museum, 1986. An exhibition catalog.

Loux, Nancy M. The Stained Glass Windows of Immanuel Church, Highlands. Wilmington, DE: Immanuel Church, 1996.

Meyer, Susan E. A Treasury of the Great Children’s Book Illustrators. New York: Abrams, 1983.

Miller, Bertha E. Mahony, and Eleanor Whitney. Five Years of Children’s Books. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page, and Co., 1936.

Miller, Bertha E. Mahony, Louise Payson Latimer, and Beulah Folmsbee. Illustrators of Children’s Books, 1744-1945. Boston: Horn Book, 1947.

Morrow, James B. “Howard Pyle’s Career in Art.” Philadelphia Record, 29 May 1909.

Mullinax, Gary. “Work by Pyle’s Students in the Spotlight.” Wilmington (DE) News Journal, 4 December 1998: 21.

The National Museum of the Marine Corps: A Tribute to All Marine Corps – Past, Present, and Future. Tampa, FL: Faircount Publication, 2006.

The National Museum of the Marine Corps. Lawrenceberg, IN: The Creative Company, 2006.

Nelson, W.H. “The Wilmington School.” The International Studio, December 1916: 62-63.

Official Catalogue of the Department of Fine Arts, Panama-Pacific International Exposition (with Awards) San Francisco, California. San Francisco: The Wahlgreen Co, 1915. An exhibition catalog.

Pitz, Henry C. The Brandywine Tradition. New York: Weathervane Books, 1968.

Pitz, Henry C. “Frank E Schoonover: An Exemplar of the Pyle Tradition.” American Artist, November 1964: 64-69, 83.

Pitz, Henry C. Illustrating Children’s Books. New York: Watson-Guptill Publications, 1963.

Pitz, Henry C. 200 Years of American Illustration. New York: Random House, 1977.

Popkin, Susan A., and Roger B. Allen. Gone Fishing! A History of Fishing in River, Bay and Sea. Philadelphia: Philadelphia Maritime Museum, 1987. An exhibition catalog.

The Popular West: American Illustrators 1900-1940. Phoenix AZ: Phoenix Art Museum, 1982. An exhibition catalog.

Porges, Irwin. Edgar Rice Burroughs: The Man Who Created Tarzan. Provo, UT: Brigham Young University Press, 1975.

Pyle, Howard. Howard Pyle, the Artist, the Legacy. Wilmington: Delaware Art Museum, 1987. An exhibition catalog.

Pyle, Howard, N. C. Wyeth, John Edward Dell, and Walt Reed. Visions of Adventure: N.C. Wyeth and the Brandywine Artists. New York: Watson-Guptill Publications, 2000.

Randolph-Macon College and Richard J. Kelly. Howard Pyle and His Students: Works from the Kelly Collection of American Illustration. Ashland, VA: Randolph-Macon College, 1995. An exhibition catalog.

Rattenbury, Richard. The Art of American Arms Makers Marketing Guns, Ammunition and Western Adventure During the Golden Age of Illustration. Oklahoma City, OK: National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 2004. An exhibition catalog.

Reed, Walt. 50 Great American Illustrators. New York: Crown Publishers, 1979.

Reed, Walt. Great American Illustrators. New York: Abbeville Press, 1979.

Reed, Walt. The Illustrator in America 1860-2000. New York: The Society of Illustrators, 2001.

Reed, Walt, ed. The Illustrator in America 1900-1960’s. New York: Reinhold Publishing Corporation, 1966.

Reed, Walt, and Roger Reed. The Illustrator in America, 1880-1980: A Century of Illustration. New York: Madison Square Press [for The Society of Illustrators], 1984.

Render, Lorne E. Glenbow Collects: An Exhibition. Calgary, AB: Glenbow Museum, 1969. An exhibition catalog.

“A Representative Century Magazine Color Print.” The Graphic Arts, January 1912: facing 17.

Samuels, Peggy and Harold, eds. Illustrated Biographical Encyclopedia of Artists of the American West. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1976.

Schmidt, Dorey, ed. The American Magazine 1880-1940. Wilmington: Delaware Art Museum, 1979. An exhibition catalog.

Schoonover, Cortlandt. “Illustrator-Artist of the Canadian and American West, Frank Schoonover’s Frontier.” American West, 1977 no.2: xiv.

Schoonover, Cortlandt. Frank Schoonover, Illustrator of the North American Frontier. New York: Watson-Guptill Publications, 1976.

Schoonover, F.E. “The Drama of Color.” The Federal Illustrator, Spring 1927.

Schoonover, Frank E. “At the Sign of the Yellow Birch Pole.” Outdoor World & Recreation, December 1913.

Schoonover, Frank E. “The Awakening.” The Gettysburg College Bulletin, n.d.

Schoonover, Frank E. “Breaking Trail.” Scribner’s Magazine, May 1905: 565-577.

Schoonover, Frank E. “Bringing the Outdoors In.” The American Boy, March 1921: 10, 48.

Schoonover, Frank E. “The Drama of Color.” In Commercial Design. Minneapolis, MN: Art Instruction, Inc., 1949: 46-51.

Schoonover, Frank E. The Edge of the Wilderness, edited by Cortlandt Schoonover. Toronto: Methuen, 1974.

Schoonover, Frank E. “The Edge of the Wilderness.” Scribner’s Magazine, April 1905: 441-452.

Schoonover, Frank E. “The Fur-Harvesters.” Harper’s Monthly Magazine, October 1912: 651-662.

Schoonover, Frank E. “Howard Pyle.” Art and Progress, October 1915.

Schoonover, Frank E. “In the Haunts of Jean Lafitte.” Harper’s Monthly Magazine, December 1911: 80-91.

Schoonover, Frank E. Interview by Richard K. Doud. 16 April 1966. Special Collections, Hugh Martin Morris Library, University of Delaware. An archival collection.

Schoonover, Frank E. “Now I’m an Ojibway Indian.” Our Boys, November 1926: 4-5.

“Scribner’s Presents.” Scribner’s Magazine, January 1937: 65-80.

Serven, James E. Colt Firearms. Harrisburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 1954.

The Sewell C. Biggs Collection of American Art: A Catalogue. Dover, DE: Biggs Museum of American Art, 2002.

Shukaitis, Nancy. Lasting Legacies of the Lower Minisink. Privately published, 2007.

“Sketch Book…Featuring the Work of Outstanding Delaware Artists.” Dateline Delaware, September-October 1960: 25-28.

Smith, Louise Schoonover. “The Art of Frank E. Schoonover.” Illustration Magazine, July 2003: 20-47.

Spraker, Eileen C. “Schoonover’s Art.” Wilmington (DE) Evening Journal, 18 August 1972: 31.

Stewart, Rick, and Don Hedgpeth. The American West: Legendary Artists of the Frontier. N.p. Hawthorne Pub. Co, 1986.

Stewart, Rick. Visions of the West: Dallas Museum of Art, September 28-November 30, 1986. Dallas: Dallas Museum of Art, 1986. An exhibition catalog.

Sutherland, Laura Healy. “For Art’s Sake: Label Him Consistent—And That’s Not All Bad.” Delaware Today Magazine, October 1970: 44-46.

Taylor, Lonn, and Ingrid Maar. The American Cowboy. Studies in American Folklife, no. 2. Washington, DC: American Folklife Center, Library of Congress, 1983. An exhibition catalog.

The [Virginia Tech] Techgram, 15 May 1942: 3.

University of Delaware and John M. Clayton. A Catalog of the Permanent Collection, University of Delaware. Newark: University of Delaware, 1985.

Wagner, Margaret E. Maxfield Parrish & the Illustrators of the Golden Age. San Francisco: Pomegranate, 2000.

Ward, Mary Sam. Our Spiritual Heritage. Newport, DE: Women of St. James, 1955.

The West and Walter Bimson. Tucson: University of Arizona Museum of Art, 1971.

Where the West Begins. Snyder, TX: Diamond M Museum, [c. 1982-84]. An exhibition catalog.

Williams, Anne D. “Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces: Personalized du Pont Gifts.” Game and Puzzle Collectors Quarterly, March 2002: 14-15.

Williams, Anne D. The Jigsaw Puzzle Piecing Together a History. New York: Berkley Books, 2004.

Woodall, Helen. Visions of America, 1787-1987: 200 Years of American Genre in Commemoration of the Bicentennial of the United States Constitution, September 30-October 24, 1987. New York: ACA Galleries, 1987. An exhibition catalog.

Woodbridge, Richard G., III. “Illustrated by Frank E. Schoonover.” The Princeton University Library Chronicle 3, no. 1 (November 1941): 19-27.

Wyeth, N. C. The Wyeths: An Intimate Correspondence of N.C. Wyeth, 1901-1945, edited by Betsy James Wyeth. Boston: Gambit, 1971.

Yolen, Jane. “Beloved Childhood Images.” Realms of Fantasy, June 1996: 58-63.

Zellman, Michael David, compiler. 300 Years of American Art. Secaucus, NJ: Secaucus Press, 1987.

Zeuschner, Robert B. Edgar Rice Burroughs, The Exhaustive Scholar’s and Collector’s Descriptive Bibliography of American Periodical, Hardcover, Paperback, and Reprint Editions. Jefferson, NC: MacFarland & Company, Publishers, 1996.

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