Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. [not numbered]
Before leaving the oil paintings, the judges desire to notice several admirable productions of artists not residents of this state. . . . No painting in the collection excels, in exquisite delicacy of color and shading, the miniature of "A Lady," by E.D.E. Greene, of New York. It is a gem to be remembered. [P. 99.]
Report of the First Industrial Exhibition of the Mechanics' Institute of the City of San Francisco, held at the Pavilion of the Institute, from the 5th to the 20th September, A.D. 1857; to which is prefixed a Brief Outline of the Origin and Progress of the Association, with its Constitution, By-laws, etc. San Francisco: Printed at the Franklin Office 1858.