Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. [not numbered]
Scholten's very extensive group embraces a number of excellent specimens of art in the way of sepias, cameos, rose-tints, which have the rich, gray brown color of India Ink, and Rembrandts in silk finish, all novelties in their way. The collection justifies the doubtful assertion that doctors can agree, for side by side, and apparently in the most pacific relations, are the photographs of a large number of the leading physicians of the city, of several different schools. The list of ladies and gentlemen in Scholten's gallery, embraces Captain Ends, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Tausig, Fr. Whittaker, James Harrison, J.J. Roe, E. Jaccard, all in life size crayons, G.O. Kalb, G. Shryock, J.F. Madison, Chief McDonough, and others. [P. 75; see entries 02580025, 02580026, 02580027, 02580028, 02580029, 02580030, 02580031, 02580032, 02580033, and 02580034 for other works noted in this commentary.]
Eleventh Annual Report of the St. Louis Agricultural and Mechanical Association. Prepared for Publication by J.L. Tracy. St. Louis, Mo.: Printed by Industrial Age Printing Company. (Cor. Third and Walnut.) 1872.