Reginald H. Poland. San Diego Sun, July 21, 1929, as Henri student; November 22, 1930, as artist; June 6, 1931, as artist; November 14, 1931, as artist; November 4, 1945, as donor of Asian Arts.

Esther Stevens Barney. Unidentified article, November 9, 1929, “Alice Klauber shows at El Prado Studio of Esther Stevens Barney. Sketches of Japan and other Oriental Locales.”; March 29, 1930; September 27, 1930.

Robert Hunter Patterson. San Diego Union, May 4, 1930, as chairman of Education Committee; January 1, 1931, as chairman of the Education Committee.

Senorita Diego. San Diego, Sun, July 5, 1930.

Esther Stevens Barney. San Diego Union, September 27, 1930.

Eileen Jackson. San Diego Union, January 23, 1932; February 2, 1934; July 23, 1935.

Chouinard School of Art. California Artist, April 1932.

Ivan Messenger. San Diego, Sun, May 12, 1932; December 10, 1931; February 11, 1933; August 2, 1933; April 21, 1934, as artist; February 9, 1935, “shivering in an apartment in London.”

Octavie Page. San Diego, Sun, May 12, 1932, as lender to exhibition; December 10, 1932, as artist; February 11, 1933, as artist; August 12, 1933, as artist.

Myron Lusting. San Diego Union, December 4, 1932, as friend of Arthur Putnam.

Katherine Morrison Kahle. San Diego, Sun, April 26, 1933, re a visit to Palm Springs; July 26, 1933; October 16, 1933 as donor; November 22, 1933, as artist; August 8, 1934, as artist; April 27, 1935; May 25, 1935, as artist.

Eileen Jackson. San Diego Union, unidentified item, 1934.

Eugenia Seifert Sedlock. San Diego, Evening Tribune February 2, 1934.

Ivan Messenger. San Diego, Sun, February 9, 1935. “…shivering in an apartment in London…”

Julia Gethman Andrews. San Diego Union, June 16, 1935, as decorator of Men’s Lounge at Exposition; August 28, 1936, as lecturer; November 1, 1936, shows her still life Artichokes; March 12, 1941, as collector; January 25, 1942; September 5, 1943, as Henri student; January 7, 1945, re a bronze self portrait by Alice Klauber; April 13, 1955, 10 Bamboo Studio, a bequest of Alice Klauber to museum.

Irene M. Clark. San Diego Union, September 8, 1935.

Helen Hesselbach. San Diego, Evening Tribune, May 6, 1936, as chairman of the Oriental arts exhibition; May 12, 1937, as hostess at talk for Rockwell Kent.

Dorothy Reynolds. San Diego, Sun, October 4, 1936, as member of hanging committee; October?, 1936, as artist.

Carl H. Heilbron. History of San Diego County. San Diego: Press Club, 1936, re Lyman Judson Gage and other early San Diego Pioneers..

Ruth Tauton. San Diego Union, January 22, 1937, as Board member.

Marg Loring. San Diego, Sun, March 21, 1937, as speaker and discussion leader on Japanese prints; June 27, 1937, as speaker; January 30, 1938, as speaker; March 13, 1938, as speaker; December 4, 1938, as speaker on Hokusai; April 9, 1939, as speaker; June 4, 1939, as chairman of committee to raise funds for acquisition.

Sherman Trease. San Diego Union, June 16, 1937, as member of the Spanish Village Art Center.

Elinor Savage. San Diego, Evening Tribune, January 1, 1938.

Eugene Sedlock. San Diego, Evening Tribune, January 31, 1940.

San Diego, Tribune-Sun, February 8, 1940, as member of Executive Committee; June 29, 1940, in charge of opening Oriental Arts room and a painting of her by Ammi Baldaugh; November 21 1947.

San Diego, Hillcrest Star-News, March 13, 1942, as speaker.

San Diego Journal, January 2, 1949, as Board member.

Naomi Baker. San Diego, Evening Tribune, February 20, 1950.

Alice W. Heyneman. Abraham Klauber. San Diego: Rover Press, 1963.

Edwina Naylor Decker. “The Asiatic Arts Committee,” Thursday Club Bulletin, San Diego, February 1962, 11-12.

Laurence M. Klauber. “Abraham Klauber,” Western States Jewish Historical Quarterly, II (January 1970), 67-90.

Zenia Cleigh. San Diego, Evening Tribune, November 21, 1980. A request by Alice Klauber and George W. Marston to have a portrait bust of Alanzo Horton made by Allen Hutchinson, Vice-Counsel of England was unsuccessful.

Ardy Friedberg and Bob Weinstein. “Santa Fe Museum of Fine Arts,” Museum, III (September-October 1982), 60ff.

Raymond L. Wilson. “The First Art School in the West: the San Francisco Art Association’s California School of Design,” American Art Journal, XIV (Winter 1982), 42-55.

Florence Christman. The Romance of Balboa Park. San Diego Historical Society, 1983, 4th edition, photo of Miss Klauber, 49.

Bennard H. Perlman. The Immortal Eight and its Influence, Art Students League of New York, January 9-29, 1983, p.101.

Bruce Kammerling. “Painting Ladies: Some Early San Diego Women Artists,” Journal of San Diego History, XXXII: 3 (Summer 1986), 168f., with illus. a portrait of Miss Klauber by Annie Pierce, 1901.

Alfred R. Brendenberg. “Natalie Curtis Burlin: A Pioneer in the Study of American Minority Cultures,” Connecticut Review, XVI:1 (Spring 1994).

Laura McNeal. San Diego, Reader, November 24, 1999, illus.

“Capturing the Light: Visions of the Land - San Diego Landscape Painters,” Journal of San Diego History, 47:3 (Summer 2001), 236.


GENERAL SELECTED REFERENCES: BOOKS

Beatrice Chauvenet. Hewett and Friends: A Biography of Santa Fe’s Vibrant Era. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1983.

Julie H. Heyneman. Arthur Putnam Sculptor. San Francisco: Johncke & Seeger, 1932 (Published in London as Desert Cactus: The Portrait of a Sculptor. London: Geoffrey Bles, 1934).

William Inness Homer. Robert Henri and His Circle. Ithica and London: Cornell University Press, 1969, 184ff.

Eugene Neuhaus. The Art of the Exposition. San Francisco: Paul Elder & Company, 1915.

Clare Ryan Talbot. Historic California in Bookplates. Athens (OH)/London: Ohio University Press, 1964 (reprint 1983), 41, 89.

Edna Robertson and Sarah Nestor. Artists of the Canyons and Caminos; Santa Fe, the Early Years. Santa Fe: Peregrine Press, 1976.

Patricia Trenton, ed. Independent Spirits: Women Painters of the American West. Berkeley/Los Angeles/London: Autry Museum of Western Heritage/University of California, 1995.

Bennard B. Perlman. Robert Henri: His Life and Art. New York: Dover Publications, Inc., 1991, appendix “The Teaching Robert Henri: The Alice Klauber Manuscript.”

Bennard B. Perlman. American Artists, Authors and Collectors: The Walter Pach Papers, 1906-1958. Albany: New York State University Press, 2002.

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