From the library of Drs. Miriam and J.J.G. McCue, includes two Shaker Your Plate: Of Shaker Cooks and Cooking by Sister Frances A. Carr, one with inscription “For the McCues — with happy memories of the many times we have ‘Shaker bread’ together. Sister Frances”; the New Hampshire Profiles magazine, July 1987, showing Gertrude Soule and Bertha Lindsay, inscribed “We are cover girls but we are covered. Gertrude M. Soule”; booklet “Shaker A Uniquely American Aesthetic”; booklet “Shaker Index 1928-2000, The Magazine Antiques”; several booklets sponsored by Smith College Museum of Art 1960-61; booklet “Documented Furniture: An Introduction to the Collections by Jean M. Burks, Canterbury Shaker Village”; “Antiques” magazine, Oct. 1970, with several Shaker articles; “House & Garden” booklet on Shaker furniture, March 1945; two copies of “Shaker: Furniture & Objects from the Faith and Edward Deming Andrews Collections”, pub. for Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian Institution Press, 1973; pamphlet “Consecrated Ingenuity: The Shakers and Their Inventions” by John S. Williams; “A Shaker Sampler” coloring book, pub. by The United Society of Shakers, Sabbathday Lake, ME, 1990; and a collection of 20th c. posters including Herb seed labels, Sabbathday Lake (93 and 94 of 174), Shaker Broom Corn signed by Sister Mildred R. Barker, Shaker Crafts (93 and 94 of 174), Shaker Meeting House, 1794 (93 and 94 of 174), etc.