Robert Locher, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 1935.
Richard Weyand, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 1956.
Herbert S. Levy, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Sotheby Parke Bernet, New York, 29 May 1981, lot 76.
Hirschl & Adler Galleries, Inc., New York, 1981.
Acquired by the present owner from the above, 1982.
R. Weyand, Scrapbooks, no. 679.
A.C. Ritchie, Charles Demuth Retrospective Exhibition, exhibition catalogue, New York, 1950, pp. 17, 91, no. 100, illustrated.
E. Farnham, Charles Demuth: His Life, Psychology and Works, Ph.D. dissertation, vol. II, Ohio State University, 1959, pp. 651-52, no. 604.
E. Farnham, Charles Demuth: Behind a Laughing Mask, Norman, Oklahoma, 1971, p. 98.
D. Gebhard and P. Plous, Charles Demuth: The Mechanical Encrusted on the Living, exhibition catalogue, Santa Barbara, California, 1971, pp. 18, 45, 82, no. 57, illustrated.
A. Eiseman, A Study of the Development of an Artist: Charles Demuth, Ph.D. dissertation, New York Univeristy, 1974, pp. 248, 256, 257.
B. Fahlman, Pennsylvania Modern: Charles Demuth of Lancaster, exhibition catalogue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1983, p. 38, no. 12, illustrated.
B. Haskell, Charles Demuth, exhibition catalogue, New York, 1987, pp. 59, 80, no. 18, illustrated (as At the Golden Swan).
W.M. Corn, The Great American Thing: Modern Art and National Identity, 1915-1935, Berkeley, California, 1999, p. 217, illustrated (as At the Golden Swan).
New York, The Museum of Modern Art, and elsewhere, Charles Demuth Retrospective Exhibition, March 1950-June 1951, no. 100.
Santa Barbara, California, University of California, The Art Galleries, and elsewhere, Charles Demuth: The Mechanical Encrusted on the Living, October 5-November 14, 1971, no. 57.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pennsylvania Modern: Charles Demuth of Lancaster, July 16-September 11, 1983, no. 12.
New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, and elsewhere, Charles Demuth, October 14, 1987-January 17, 1988 (as At the Golden Swan).
New York, Museum of the City of New York, Within Bohemian Borders: Greenwich Village 1830-1930, October 2, 1990-February 3, 1991.
Stamford, Connecticut, Whitney Museum of American Art at One Champion Plaza, and elsewhere, Steppin' Out: New York Nightlife, 1900-1950, September 5-November 6, 1991.
Katonah, New York, Katonah Museum of Art, Family and Friends: Portraiture in the Work of Florine Stettheimer, September-November 1993.