Cadero-Gillette, Jennifer 1992. "Collecting Art and Constructing Art History: The Boisserées and Their Medieval Painting Collection." Masters Thesis. Brown University.

Fichera, Susan. 1982. "'David Instructing Solomon in the Building of the Temple': Sir Edward Burne-Jones at Trinity Church, Boston 1882." Masters Thesis. Tufts University.

Hammond, Mason. 1978. "The Stained Glass Windows of Memorial Hall, Harvard University." Cambridge, Massachusetts. 

Paris. Archives Nationales, Série F/21- 1451.
Paris. Archives, Monuments Historiques, Paris, 1185 ter.  
Boston, Massachusetts. Trinity Church Archives.
Boston, Massachusetts. Cathedral of the Holy Cross, Archives
Cambridge, Massachusetts.Harvard University Archives.
Palo Alto, California. Stanford University Archives.

Franz Mayer & Co. Munich, Germany, Inventory List
Tyrolese Glass Company, Innsbruck, Austria
Van Treeck Studio, Inventory List (facilitated by Elgin Vaasseen
F. X. Zettler, Munich, Germany, Inventory List until 1954. (


Boisserée sammlung: [exh. cat., Clemen-Sels-Museum], Neuss, 1980. Die alt-nieder und ober-deutsche Gemälde der Brüder Sulpiz und Melchior und Johann Bertram lithographiert von Johann Nepomuk Strixner,Stuttgart, 1821 

Corpus Vitrearum Checklist I: Stained Glass before 1700 in American Collections: New England and New York, [Corpus Vitrearum Checklist I], Studies in the History of Art, vol. 15 (National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., 1985).

Corpus Vitrearum Checklist II: Stained Glass before 1700 in American Collections: Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern Seaboard States, [Corpus Vitrearum Checklist II], Studies in the History of Art, vol. 22 (National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., 1987).

Corpus Vitrearum Checklist III: Stained Glass before 1700 in American Collections: Midwestern and Western States [Corpus Vitrearum Checklist III], Studies in the History of Art, vol. 28 (National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., 1990).

Stained Glass from New England: Medieval and Renaissance Stained Glass from New England Collections, Madeline H. Caviness, ed.  [exh. cat. Busch-Reisinger Museum of Art, Harvard University] Medford, Massachusetts, 1978.

Golden Legend: Jacobus de Voragine, The Golden Legend, Granger Ryan and Helmut Ripperger, eds. New York. 1969.

Harvard Guide: Official Guide to Harvard University. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1917. 

International Seminar 1994: International Seminar on Stained Glass of the 19th and early 20th Centuries, co-sponsored by The Census of Stained Glass Windows in America and the Society of Architectural Historians [SAH Annual Meeting Philadelphia, April 27-May 1, 1994] conference abstracts, tour notes, and papers, Virginia Raguin, ed. Worcester MA, 1994.

La Farge: John La Farge. Exh. cat. The Carnegie Museum of Art and the National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. New York, 1987. Essays by Henry Adams, Kathleen A. Forster, Henry A. La Farge, H. Barbara Weinberg, Linnea H. Wren, James L. Yarnall.

Lorraine: Le Vitrail en Lorraine du XIIe au XXe siècle. Exh. cat. Inventaire Général des Monuments et des Richesses Artistiques de la France. Nancy. 1983. 

Louis Comfort Tiffany and Laurelton Hall: Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen, Elizabeth Hutchinson, Richard Guy Wilson and Jennifer Perry, Louis Comfort Tiffany and Laurelton Hall: An Artist’s Country Estate (Yale University Press, 2006)

Masterworks of Tiffany: Masterworks of Louis Comfort Tiffany. Exh.  cat. National Museum of American Art, Washington D.C. New York. 1989. Essays by Alastair Duncan, Martin Eidelberg, Neil Harris.

Medieval Art: Elizabeth Bradford Smith, Kathryn McClintock, R. Aaron Rottner, et al., Medieval Art in America: Patterns of Collecting 1800-1940 [exh. cat., Palmer Museum of Art, The Pennsylvania State University] University Park, Pennsylvania, 1996.

Notre-Dame & Sainte-Chapelle:  Les Vitraux de Notre-Dame et de la Sainte-Chapelle de Paris [Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi, France I]  Paris, 1959. Text by Marcel Aubert, Louis Grodecki, Jean Lafond.

Pursuit of Beauty: In Pursuit of Beauty. Exh. cat. Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, 1986. Text by Roger Stein, Catherine Lynn, Marilynn Johnson, Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen, David Hanks, Jennifer Toher, Doreen Bolger Burke, James D. Kornwolf, Jonathan Freedman, Catherine Hoover Voorsanger.

Quest for Unity: The Quest for Unity. American Art between World's Fairs 1876-1893. Exh. cat., The Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit. 1983. Text by Kathleen Pyne, Michele Bogart, David Hanks, Nancy Rivard Shaw, Deborah Fenton Shepherd.

Tiroler Glasmalerei: Die Tiroler Glasmalerei, 1886-93. Bericht über die Thätigkeit des Hauses. Innsbruck. 1894.

Vitrail: Le Vitrail Français. Musée des Art Décoratifs. Paris. 1958. Text by Marcel Aubert, André Chastel, Louis Crodecki, Jean-Jacques Gruber, Jean Lafond, François Mathey, Jean Taralon, and Jean Verrier.

Vorwärts, vorwärts: Vorwärts, vorwärts, sollst du schauen...: Geschichte, Politik, und Kunst unter Ludwig I. Exh. cat. Germanische National Museum. Munich. 1986.

Louis Comfort Tiffany and Laurelton Hall: Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen, Elizabeth Hutchinson, Richard Guy Wilson and Jennifer Perry, Louis Comfort Tiffany and Laurelton Hall: An Artist’s Country Estate (Yale University Press, 2006)
PRINTED SOURCES: Cited twice or more

Allen, Alexander V. G. 1901. Life and Letters of Phillips Brooks. 3 vols. New York.

Andrews, Keith. 1964. The Nazarenes: A Brotherhood of German Painters in Rome. Oxford.

Archdiocese of Chicago. 1920. The Archdiocese of Chicago. Antecedents and Development. Des Plaines, Illinois.

Arrondeau, Stéphane. 1990. "Eugène Hucher (1814-1889) Maitre verrier manceau du XIXe siècle." Revue Historique et Archéologique du Maine 3rd ser. 10: 313-28.

Bing, Samuel (Siegfied). 1885. La Culture artistique en Amérique. trans. by Benita Eisler as "Artistic America," in Artistic America, Tiffany Glass and Art Nouveau, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1970.

Brimmer, Martin. 1889. Address Delivered at Wellesley College upon the Opening of the Farnsworth Art School October XXIII. MDCCCLXXXIX. Boston.

Brisac, Catherine. 1980. "La 'tête Gérente'," Revue de l'art 10: 72-5.  

Bourassé and Manceau. 1849. Verrières du coeur de l' église metropolitaine de Tours. Paris.

Bowe, Nicola Gordon with David Caron and Michael Wynne, 1988. Gazetteer of Irish Stained Glass. Dublin.

Bunting, Bainbridge. 1967. Houses of Boston's Back Bay: An Architectural History, 1840-1917. Cambridge Massachusetts.  

Butler, Rev. Alban. 1846. Lives of the Fathers, Martyrs, and other Principal Saints. New York.  

Byrne, Rev. William, and others. 1899. History of the Catholic Church in New England. Boston.

Cadero-Gillette, Jennifer Lee. 1990. "American Glazing Traditions Before the Opalescent Era: The Henry E. Sharp Studio," Stained Glass, 85/2: 130-136.

Caviness, Madeline H. 1978. The Early Stained Glass of Canterbury Cathedral. Princeton.

-------------------, Marilyn M. Beaven, and Elizabeth C. Pastan. 1983. "The Gothic Window from Soissons: A Reconsideration," Fenway Court: 6-25.

-------------------. 1992. "Biblical Stories in Windows: Were They Bibles for the Poor?" The Bible in the Midde Ages: Its Influence on Literature and Art [CMERS Conference, 1985], Bernard S. Levy, ed., Binghamton, New York: 103-47.   

Clark, Kenneth. [1928] 1964. The Gothic Revival. Harmondsworth, England.    

Clark, Willene. 1979. "America's First Stained Glass: William Jay Bolton's Windows at the Church of the Holy Trinity, Brooklyn, New York," The American Art Journal 11/4: 32-53.   

---------------. 1992. The Stained Glass Art of William Jay Bolton Syracuse.  

Cole, Charles. 1879. "Painted Glass in Household Decoration," Harper's Monthly (Oct.): 662-63.

Coleman, Caryl. 1893a. "A Sea of Glass," Architectural Record 2 (Jan.-Mar. 1893): 264-85.

--------------. 1893b "A Second Spring," Architectural Record 2 (Apr.-June 1893): 473-92.

Connick, Charles J. 1924. “Modern Glass - A Review,” International Studio 80, No 329: 40-53.

--------------. 1937. Adventures in Light and Color: An Introduction to the Stained Glass Craft. New York.

Cormack, Peter. 1981-82. "Christopher Whall," Stained Glass 76: 318-22.

--------------. 1985. Women Stained Glass Artists of the Arts and Crafts Movement [exh. cat. William Morris Gallery]. London.

--------------.  1989. Henry Holiday 1839-1927 [exh. cat. William Morris Gallery] London.

--------------. 1993 “Recreating a Tradition: Christopher Whall and the Arts & Crafts Renaissance of English Stained Glass,” in Art and the National Dream, N. Bowe, ed., Irish Academic Press: Blackrock.

Cormack, Peter. 2015. Arts and Crafts Stained Glass, Yale University Press. New Haven.

Cortissoz, Royal. 1911. John La Farge: A Memoir and a Study. Boston and New York.  

Day, Lewis. [1897] 1901. Windows: A Book About Stained and Painted Glass. London.

Didron, Adolph Napoléon (l'ainé). 1844. "Peinture sur Verre: Vitrail de la Vierge," Annales archéologiques 1: 147-153.

Didron. Edouard (le jeune). 1889. "Le vitrail depuis cent ans et à l'exposition de 1889," Revue des arts décoratifs 10 (1889-1890), 39-48, 97-108, 137-54. also published separately, Coulommiers, 1889.

Donnelly, Michael. 1981. Glasgow Stained Glass: A Preliminary Study. Glasgow.

Driskel, Michael Paul. 1992. Representing Belief: Religion, Art, and Society in Nineteenth-Century France. University Park, Pennsylvania.

Duggan, Lawrence G. 1989. "Was Art Really the 'Book of the Illiterate'?" Word and Image 5/3: 227-51.

Duncan, Alastair. 1980. Tiffany Windows. New York.  

Eidelberg, Martin , Nina Gray, and Margaret K. Hofer. 2007. A New Light on Tiffany: Clara Discoll and the Tiffany Girls. London : New-York Historical Society, with D. Giles London.

Farnsworth, Jean. 1990. "The Stained Glass of New Orleans," Stained Glass 85/4: 282-290.

--------------. 2002.  Farnsworth, Jean. et. al. eds., Stained Glass in Catholic Philadelphia, Philadelphia: St Joseph’s University Press.

Farrar, Frederic. 1900. Story of a Beautiful Life Illustrated. London.

Fischer, Josef L. 1910. Vierzig Jahre Glasmalkunst: Festscrift..F. X. Zettler. Munich.

Forsyth, Ilene H. 1993. The Uses of Art: Medieval Metaphor in the Michigan Law Triangle. Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Frueh, Erne R. and Florence. 1983. Chicago's Stained Glass. Chicago.  

Grodecki, Louis. 1976. Les Vitraux de St.-Denis [Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi, France, Série Etudes I]. Paris.

Grodecki, Louis, with Catherine Brisac and Claudine Lautier. 1977. Le Vitrail roman. Fribourg.

Grodecki, Louis, and Catherine Brisac. 1984. Le Vitrail gothique 1200-1300. Fribourg. [trans. Gothic Stained Glass. Ithaca, New York, 1985].  

Handlin, Oscar. [1959] 1979. Boston's Immigrants 1790-1880): A Study in Acculturation. Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Harrison, Constance Cary. 1884. "Some Work of the 'Associated Artists,'" Harper's Magazine 69: 343-51.

Harrison. Martin. 1980. Victorian Stained Glass. London.

Haward, Birkin. 1984. Nineteenth Century Norfolk Stained Glass. Norwich, England.  

Hawthorne, John G. and Cyril Stanley Smith. 1963. On Divers Arts: The Treatise of Theophilus. Chicago.

Heinigke, Otto. 1896. "Architectural Sympathy in Leaded Glass, Architectural Review 4/7: 60-4,

--------------. 1902. "Rambling Thoughts of a 'A Glass Man'," Craftsman 3: 170-82, reprinted in Stained Glass 30/4 (1935-36), 75-90. 

Hitchcock, Henry-Russell. [1958] 1963. Architecture: Nineteenth and Twentiest Centuries. Baltimore, Maryland.  

Holly, Henry Hudson. 1871. Church Architecture. Hartford.

Hopkins, John Henry. 1836. Essay on Gothic Architecture, with Various Plans and Drawings for Churches. Designed Chiefly for the Use of the Clergy. Burlington, Vermont.

Howe, Jeffery. 2015. John La Farge and the Recovery of the Sacred [Exh. cat. McMullen Museum of Art, Boston College] Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. Including essays by David Cave, Jeffery Howe, Cecelia Levin, James O’Toole, Virginia Raguin, and Roberto Rosa

Humphreys, Mary Gay. 1881. "Colored Glass for Home Decoration," Art Amateur 5/1: 14-15.   

Kaplan, Wendy. 1987. The Art that Is Life: The Arts and Crafts Movement in America [exh. cat., Museum of Fine Arts]. Boston.

Koch, Robert. 1966. "The Tiffany Windows and Lantern at the Church of the Covenant, Boston." pamphlet. Boston. 

Koenig, Harry C. 1980. A History of the Parishes of the Archdiocese of Chicago. Chicago.

Kantowicz, Edward R. 1977. "Polish Chicago. Survival Through Solidarity." in The Ethnic Frontier. Group Survival in the Midwest. Melvin G. Holli and Peter d'A. Jones, eds. Grand Rapids, Michigan: 180-209.

--------------------. 1985. "To Build the Catholic City." Chicago History [The Magazine of the Chicago Historical Society] 14/3: 4-26.  

Landy, Jacob. 1970. The Architecture of Minard Lafever. New York.  

Lane, George. 1981. Chicago Churches and Synagogues. Chicago.

Lee, Lawrence, and others. 1976. Stained Glass. New York.

Lenz, Gottlieb. 1981. "Ludwig I. von Bayern und die Gotik." Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte. 44/4: 399-444.   

Lévy, Edmond. 1860. Histoire de la peinture sur verre en Europe et particulièrement en Belgique. Brussels.

Lewis, Michael J. 1993. The Politics of the German Gothic Revival: August Reichensperger. Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Lord, Robert H., John E. Sexton, and Edward T. Harrington. 1944. History of the Archdiocese of Boston. New York.  

Low, Will. H. 1888. "Old Glass in New Windows," Scribner's Magazine 4: 675-86.

Luneau, Jean-François. 2006, Felix Gaudin: Peintre-verrier et mosaïste (1851-1930). Clermont-Ferrand. Presses Universitaires Blaise-Pascal.

Mâle, Emile. [1898] 1923. L'Art religieux du XIIIe siècle en France. Paris.

McKean, Hugh. 1980. The "Lost Treasures" of Louis Comfort Tiffany. New York.

Morison, Samuel Eliot. [1936] 1964. Three Centuries of Harvard. Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Morris, Elizabeth. 1988. Stained and Decorative Glass. New York. 

Morris, William. 1884. Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings, Annual Reports 7: 49-76; Text reprinted as "The Mediaeval and the Modern Craftsman," Merry England 3 (October, 1884), 361-377.

Muccigrosso, Robert. 1979. American Gothic: The Mind and Art of Ralph Adams Cram. Washington, D.C.

Norton, Bettina A. 1978. ed., Trinity Church, the Story of an Episcopal Parish in the City of Boston. Boston.

Osborne, Carol M. 1986. Museum Builders in the West. The Stanfords as Collectors and Patrons of Art 1870-1906. Stanford.

Parot, Joseph John. 1981. Polish Catholics in Chicago, 1850-1920. DeKalb, Illinois.

Pilgrim, Dianne H., Richard N. Murray, and Richard Guy Wilson. 1979. The American Renaissance 1876-1917 [exh. cat. The Brooklyn Museum] New York.

Pongraz, Patricia, ed. 2012. Louis C. Tiffany and the Art of Devotion [exh. cat. Museum of Biblical Art] New York. Including essays by Elka Deitsch, Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen, Lindsy R. Parrott, Patricia Pongracz, Elizabeth De Rosa, Jennifer Perry Thalheimer, Peter W. Williams, and Diane C. Wright.

Quirk, Howard E., 1993. The Living Cathedral of John the Divine: A History and Guide, Crossroad; New York.

Raguin, Virginia. 1982-83. "Worcester's Tradition of Stained Glass Windows." Worcester Art Museum Journal 6: 40-51.  

--------------. 1990. "Revivals, Revivalists, and Architectural Stained Glass." Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians. 49/3: 310-329.  

--------------. ed. 1993. Sarah Wyman Whitman, 1842-1904: The Cultural Climate in Boston  Dina Jones "A Feminist Re-viewing of Sarah Wyman Whitman";  Jennifer Fox, "The Dinner Party: Sarah Wyman Whitman through Fiction; Brian Jorgensen, "The Education of Men: Harvard's Influence on the Development of Boston's Culture and Artistic Taste"; Nora O'Connell, "The Education of Women: Radcliffe and Sarah Wyman Whitman" Joel Poudrier, "The Episcopal Church, Phillips Brooks, and Trinity Church: A Mural of Art with Sarah Wyman Whitman in its Center"; Stacy Treuber, "The Literary and Visual sources of the Brimmer Window at Harvard's Memorial Hall"; Virginia Raguin, "Opalescent stained glass and the Context of Sarah Wyman Whitman" Worcester.

--------------. 1998. Glory in Glass: Stained Glass in the United States: Origins, Variety and Preservation, The Gallery at the American Bible Society, New York, November 12, 1998- February 16, 1999.

--------------. 2000.“Memorial Hall Windows designed by Sarah Wyman Whitman," Harvard University Library Bulletin, 11, no 1(2000): 29-53. 

--------------. 2002. Sacred Spaces: Building and Remembering Sites of Worship in the 19th Century, College of the Holy Cross and American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, January 30- April 14, 2002.

--------------. 2003a. Stained Glass from its Origins to the Present, New York: Harry Abrams, 2003, under title The History of Stained Glass, London: Thames and Hudson, 2003.

--------------. 2003b. Reflections on Glass: 20th Century Stained Glass in American Art and Architecture, The Gallery at the American Bible Society, (now Museum of Biblical Art (MOBIA) December 13, 2002-June 15, 2003

--------------. 2004. “Decorator: John La Farge,” essay in The Makers of Trinity Church in the City of Boston, ed. James F. O’Gorman, University of Massachusetts Press: Amherst and Boston, 2004: 118-137.

--------------. 2008. Contributions in American Paintings at Harvard University, vol. 2, Theodore E. Stebbins, Kimberley Orcutt and Virginia Anderson, eds. Cambridge MA: Harvard Art Museum; New Haven and London: Yale University Press.

--------------. 2009. Transforming Light: The Stained Glass Windows of Boston College, Boston College, 2009

--------------. 2013. Stained Glass, Radiant Art, The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, 2013.

Reed, Cleota, ed. 1985. Henry Keck Stained Glass Studio 1913-1974. Syracuse.

Riordan, Roger. 1881. "American Stained Glass," pts. 1-3. American Art Review (Boston) 2/1: 229-434;  2/2: 7-11, 59-63.

--------------1885. "The Use of Stained Glass," Art Amateur 12/6: 130-132.

Robson-Scott, W. D. 1965. The Literary Background of the Gothic Revival in Germany: A Chapter in the History of Taste. Oxford.

Rivet, Hilton L., S.J. 1978. The History of the Immaculate Conception Church in New Orleans. New Orleans.

Ruskin, John. [1880-4] 1908. The Bible of Amiens, vol. 33 of The Works of John Ruskin, ed. E. T. Cook and Alexander Wedderburn. London.

Seasonwein, Johanna G. 2012. Princeton and the Gothic Revival, 1870-1930. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Sewter, A. Charles. 1974-1975. The Stained Glass of William Morris and His Circle, 2 vols. Study and Catalogue. New Haven.

Shaffer, Robert B. 1949. "Ruskin, Norton, and Memorial Hall." Harvard Library Bulletin 3: 213-231.

Shand-Tucci, Douglass. 1974. All Saints Church, Ashmont: An Introduction to the Architecture of Ralph Adams Cram. Boston.

Julie Sloan, and James L. Yarnall, 1992. “John La Farge and the Stained Glass Windows in Memorial Hall at Harvard University,” Antiques Magazine 141 (April 1992): 642-51.
---------------. “Art of an Opaline Mind: The Stained Glass of John La Farge,” The American Art Journal 24 1/2 (1994): 4-43.

Smith, Christine. 1988. St. Bartholomew's Church in the City of New York. New York.

Stansky, Peter. 1985. Redesigning the World: William Morris, the 1880s, and the Arts and Crafts Movement. Princeton.

Stillwell, Richard. 1971. The Chapel of Princeton University. Princeton.

Stanton, Phoebe. 1968. The Gothic Revival & American Church Architecture. An Episode of Taste 1840-1856. Baltimore.

Stockholm, Gail. 1980. Stanford Memorial Church: An Appreciative Guide for the Not-so-casual Viewer. Stanford.

Sturm, James L. 1982. Stained Glass from Medieval Times to the Present: Treasures to be Seen in New York. New York.

Suau, Jean-Pierre. 1973. "Alfred Gérente et le 'vitrail archéologique' à Carcassonne au milieu du XIXe siècle," Congrès archéologique de France 131: 629-645.

Sullivan, James S. ed. 1895. A Graphic, Historical, and Pictorial Account of the Catholic Church of the New England Archdiocese of Boston. Boston.  

Taves, Ann. [1986] 1990. The Household of Faith. South Bend, Indiana.

Tiffany Studios [1910] 1972. A Partial List of Windows. Watertown, Massachusetts.

Tutag, Nola Huse with Lucy Hamilton. 1987. Discovering Stained Glass in Detroit. Detroit.

Upjohn, Everard M. [1936] 1968. Richard Upjohn, Architect and Churchman. New York.

Van Beeck, Franz Josef, S.J. 1981. Meditations in Glass: The Stained Glass Windows of St. John's Church, Bangor, Maine. Bangor, Maine.

Vaassen, Elgin and Peter Van Treeck. 1981. "Das Görresfenster im Kölner Dom." Kölner Domblatt 46: 21-62.

Vaassen, Elgin. 1982. "Die ersten Fenster für den regensburger Dom aus der königlichen Glasmalereianstalt, Gründung König Ludwigs 1., aus dem Jahr 1828," Diversarium Artium Studia: Festscrift für Heinz Roosen-Runge zum 70. Geburtstag. Wiesbaden: 165-84, figs. 72-9.

---------------. 1997. Bilder auf Glas: Glasgemälde zwischen 1780 und 1870 (Munich, Deutscher Kunstverlag.

Viollet-le-Duc, Eugène. 1869. Dictionnaire raisonné de l'architecture française. Paris.

Waern, Cecilia. 1886. John La Farge, Artist and Writer. New York.

---------------. 1898. "The Industrial Arts of America: II, The Tiffany or Favrile Glass," The International Studio 5: 16-21.

Watkins, Lura Woodside. 1930. Cambridge Glass 1818 to 1888. The Story of the New England Glass Company. Boston.

Weinberg, H. Barbara. 1977. The Decorative Works of John La Farge. New York.

Weis, Helene. 1991. "Those Old, Familiar Faces," Stained Glass 86/3: 204-7, 216-8,

Wentzel, Hans. 1954. Meisterwerke der Glasmalerei. Berlin.

Westlake, N. H. J., 1881-1894. A History of Design in Painted Glass. 4 vols. London. 

Whall, Christopher. 1905. Stained Glass Work: A Textbook for Students and Workers in Glass [Arts and Crafts Series of Technical Handbooks, ed. W. R. Lethaby]. New York.

Whitehall, Walter Muir. 1970. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. A Centennial History, 2 vols. Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Wight, Peter B. 1898. "An Example of Fire-proof Church Architecture," The Brickbuilder 7/1: 232-6. 

Williams, Raymond. 1982. The Sociology of Culture. New York.

Winston, Charles. 1847. An Inquiry into the Difference of Style Observable in Ancient Glass Painting, Especially in England, with Hints on Glass Painting by an Amateur. Oxford.

Wright, Frank Lloyd. [1928] 1975. "In the Cause of Architecture. VI, The Meaning of Materials, Glass," The Architectural Record; reprinted Frank Loyd Wright, In the Cause of Architecture, ed. Frederick Gutheim. New York: 197-202.

Yarnell, James. 2012. John La Farge, A Biographical and Critical Study. Farnham, Surrey, England; Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing.