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Estate of the above.
Mary Franklin Garber.
Estate of the above.
Tanis Garber Page, December 1976.
[With]Janet Fleisher Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1978.
Bernard Ungerleider, Lambertville, New Jersey, acquired from the above, 1979.
Private collection, Princeton, New Jersey, acquired from the above.
Richard Stuart Gallery, Pipersville, Pennsylvania, acquired from the above, by 1984.
Private collection, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Edgartown Art Gallery, Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts.
Acquired by the present owner from the above, 2007.
Property from a Private Collection, New Jersey
The Magazine Antiques, April 1984, I25, no. 4, illustrated.
S. Hunter, American Impressionism: The New Hope Circle, exhibition catalogue, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 1987, n.p.
Hollis Taggart Galleries, Daniel Garber Catalogue Raisonné, compiled by Lance Humphries (with an introduction by Kathleen Foster), New York, 2006, p. 208, no. P568, illustrated.
Scranton, Pennsylvania, Everhart Museum, Exhibition of Paintings by Daniel Garber, December 1, 1933-January 2, 1934, no. 2.
Utica, New York, Utica Public Library Art Gallery, Exhibition of Oil Paintings: William Langson Lathrop, Daniel Garber, John Fulton Folinsbee, November 1934, no. 14.
Elmira, New York, Arnot Art Gallery, Exhibition of Oil Paintings by William Langson Lathrop, Daniel Garber, and John Fulton Folinsbee, April 3-28, 1935, no. 23.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Janet Fleisher Gallery, Daniel Garber (1880-1958): American Impressionist, March 14-April 21, 1979.
Pipersville, Pennsylvania, Richard Stuart Gallery, Important Works by Daniel Garber and Edward W. Redfield, April-May, 1984.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, The Museum of Art, American Impressionism: The New Hope Circle, December 5, 1984-January 27, 1985, no. 30.