Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. [not numbered]
W.C. QUINBY. Marble statuary. This exhibit consisted of six pieces; representing Infancy, Inocence [sic], Modesty, Prayer, Unconciousness, and the "Washing Girl of Milan." They occupied the central portion of the middle room of the galleries, and formed a very beautiful and attractive feature. They were imported from Italy by the exhibitor, and are the works of Argenti Angelo, F. Del Negrof, Antonio Argenti and Antonio Mollo. [P. 227; see entries 02900025, 02900026, 02900027, 02900028, and 02900029 for other works noted in this commentary.]
Report of the Eleventh Industrial Exhibition under the Auspices of the Mechanics' Institute of the City of San Francisco, held at the Mechanics' Pavilion, Mission and Eighth Streets, from the 8th day of August to the 16th day of September, 1876. Leo Eloesser, Steam Book, Card and Job Printer, 414 Clay Street, San Francisco. 1876.