This original portrait, and the only one extant of this celebrated lady, "The historian of religious sects," is an honorary portrait, executed by Mr. Harding at the expense of the ladies of Boston, who also honored her by a monument at Mount Auburn, which represents her to be "the first tenant" of that beautiful cemetary. [P. 13; a quote from Cotton Mather on witch trials is misprinted under this entry in the catalogue. See entry 02010068 for the work that is referenced by this unrelated text.]
Albany Gallery of the Fine Arts, Incorporated 1846. Catalogue of the Fourth Exhibition. 1849. Albany: Printed by Charles Van Benthuysen. 1849.