Program notes for composer Gunther Schuller's "American Triptych: Three Studies in Texture" (composition based on Calder's Four Directions, Jackson Pollock's Out of the Web, and Stuart Davis' Swing Landscape), performed in Chicago by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, January 23, 1966, ill. in program brochure (as Four Directions, coll. Mrs. Albert H. Newman, Chicago).Monica Meenan, "The Vigorous Collectors," Town & Country, vol. 132, no. 4981 (September 1978), p. 148 (ill., photo showing Mrs. Newman at home).Judith Goldman, "Collecting in Chicago: Love Affairs with Art," Artnews, vol. 78, no. 2, February 1979, p. 49.Alice Hess, "Great Private Collections: A Chicago Visionary," Saturday Review, vol. 7, no. 14, October 1980, pp. 3, 72-75 (ills.).Grace Glueck, "Met is Given a $12 Million Art Collection," New York Times, December 10, 1980, p. 21.Hilton Kramer, "Modernist Show Moves Met Firmly into Art of 20th Century," New York Times, May 22, 1981, p. C1.M. W. Newman, "Chicago," Franklin Mint Almanac, vol. 12, no. 4, July-August 1981, p. 20 (ill., photo showing Mrs. Newman at home).Judith Goldman, "Collecting: Vicarious Pleasures of a Daring Painter-Turned-Collector," Vogue, August 1981, p. 50 (ill., photo of Mrs. Newman at home).William Agee, "Muriel Kallis Newman: Life Among the Moderns," Architectural Digest, December 1986, p. 66 (part of the sculpture visible in ill. p. 70).Victoria Newhouse, Art and the Power of Placement (New York: Monacelli Press, 2005), p. 170 (ill. fig. 164, Mrs. Newman's apartment).