North Yarmouth, ME: People Places & Plants, 2005. Vol 10, Issue No. 3, Issue 50. 10 7/8" x 8 3/8" "The Fifty Most Influential Gardeners of the Northeast", pp.70-79. 'Tasha Tudor: Hobby' is featured on page 70 with a photograph by Henry Homeyer. The remaining text features a picture and short paragraph of most of the remaining 50 gardeners.
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Ames, Iowa: Martha's KidLit Newsletter, March/April 2000. 1st. 11" x 8 1/2" Articles on Honor Appleton, Bologna Children's Book Fair, 20th Century Notable Children's Books, Kerlan Collection moves, David Macaulay at Univ. of Southern Mississippi, Horatio Alger Society, Jane Johnson's manuscript, review of The Coretta Scott King Awards Book.
Waldeboro, ME: Maine Antique Digest, February 2008. 32" x 22 1/2" "Tasha Tudor's Historic Costume Collection," pages 40B-43B. Newspaper in six sections, 1A to 48A, 1F to 48F. The article describes and reports on the dispersal aucton of 411 pieces from Tasha Tudor's heirloom costumes. The Whitaker-Augusta Auction Co. sold...
Brattleboro, VT: Tasha Tudor Museum, 2012. Spring 2012.  2-12 page Newsletter of events, report on a Tasha Tudor Doll, a Volunteer Party, , cooking, and membership levels. 33 colored illustrations + 5 b&w. A reply envelope (with 4 b&w Tudor sketches) is stapled into the middle of the Newsletter for mailing contributions.
Bethesda, Md. Waverly Auctions, Inc., 2003. 1st. 6 1/2" x 9 1/2" With prices realised. Lots 302-328, representing parts of the Harry Davis collection and others. Includes original art for a page from Pumpkin Moonshine that sold for $10,000, Christmas cards and an early piece close to Hitty's Almanac. Signed...
Bethesda, Maryland: Waverly Auctions, Inc. 08/2000, 2000. 1st Edition. 9 1/2" x 6 1/2" 96pp. Includes Tasha Tudor original illustrations and prices realized. This auction brought to the public the significant selection of signed and extra-illustrated books which had belonged to Edward B. Hills and his sister Charlotte Brown.