New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, July 3 - October 27, 1996. ¦NYNY: City of Ambition¦. Pg. 139, not illustrated.
Caracas, Venezuela, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo. The Dada Spirit - 1915-1925, November 14, 1980 - Jan. 15, 1981, p. 185.
New York. The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Francis Picabia, Sept. 17-Nov. 22, 1970, catalogue by William A. Camfield, no. 42, p. 88 (illus., also gives bibliography).
New York, The Museum of Modern Art. The machine as seen at the end of the mechanical age, 1969, catalogue by K.G. Pontus Hulten, p. 87 (discussed and illus.).
New York, Museum of Modern Art (March 27-June 9, 1968); Los Angeles County Museum of Art (July 16-Sept. 8, 1968); The Art Institute of Chicago (Oct. 19-Dec. 8, 1968). Dada, surrealism, and their heritage, (catalogue by William S. Rubin), p. 27 (our drawing mentioned); p. 26, pl. 23 (illus.)
New York, Whitney Museum of American Art. The decade of the Armory Show, new direction in American Art 1910-1920, Feb.-Apr. 1963, p. 72, no. 28 (our drawing catalogued; called "Cover design for First Number of 291. March 1915. Ink and wash"); to be exhibited at City Art Museum, St. Louis, June 1-July 14, 1963; The Cleveland Museum of Art, Aug. 6-Sept. 15, 1963; The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Sept. 30-Oct. 20, 1963; The Art Institute of Chicago, Nov. 15-Dec. 29, 1963; Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Jan. 20-Feb. 23, 1964); p. 74, no. 75 (ill.)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. History of an American, Alfred Stieglitz: "291" and After, 1944, cat. no 169. (March 1944-Jan. 1947)
An American Place; exhibition, Oct. 27-Dec. 27, 1937, no. 66