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David Claypoole Johnston


Brigham, Clarence S. "David Claypoole Johnston, the American Cruikshank" Proceedings
  of   the American Antiquarian Society.
April 1940: 98-110.

Johnson, Malcolm. "David Claypoole Johnston, the American Cruikshank." Antiques. July
  1972: 101-107.

Johnson, Malcolm. David Claypoole Johnston: American Graphic Humorist, 1798-
. Boston and Worcester, MA: American Antiquarian Society, Boston College, Boston
  Public Library, Worcester Art Museum. 1970.

Johnson, Malcolm. Great Locofoco Juggernaut, a New Console-a-tory Sub-Treasury
  Rag-Monster: A Cartoon Bank Note by D. C. Johnston.
Imprint Society, Barre, MA:

Sullivan, John. "The Case of a 'Late Student:' Pictorial Satire in Jacksonian America."
  Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society. Oct. 1973: 277-86.

Sullivan, John. "Jackson Caricatured: Two Historical Errors." Tennessee Historical
Mar. 1972: 39-44.

Tatham, David. "David Claypoole Johnston's Militia Muster." American Art Journal. 1987:

Tatham, David. "David Claypoole Johnston's Theatrical Portraits." American Portrait
. National Portrait Gallery, Washington. 1984: 162-193.

Tatham, David. "D.C. Johnston's Satiric Views of Art in Boston, 1815-1850." Art and
. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 1978: 9-24.

Tatham, David. A Note About David Claypoole Johnston with a Checklist of His Book
Syracuse University Library Associates, Syracuse, NY. 1970.

Wood, Marcus. "The Influence of English Radical Satire on Nineteenth-Century American
  Print Satire: David Claypoole Johnston's The House That Jeff Built." Harvard Library
. Mar. 1999: 43-67.


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