||Albert Pinkham Ryder [1847-1914], New York, NY, sold to Louis Lehmeier
||Louis Lehmeier, returned to the artist1
|After 1906-by 1913
||Albert Pinkham Ryder, probably sold to Albert T. Sanden
||Albert T. Sanden, New York, NY2
||(Ferargil Galleries, New York, NY, sold to the Cleveland Museum of Art)3
||The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio
Correspondence between Ferargil Galleries and the Cleveland Museum of Art, Feb. 5 and 13, 1924, Curatorial File, American Paintings, the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH.
Henry S. Francis, letter to Lloyd Goodrich, July 24, 1947.
Sophie G. Lehmaier, letter, June 26, 1947, Goodrich, Lloyd and Edith Havens Papers Relating to Albert Pinkham Ryder, #F32, Special Collections, University of Delaware Library.
Sophie G. Lehmaier, letter to Henry S. Francis, July 23, 1947
The Art Digest (Feb. 1, 1928):2.
Thomas H. Russell, letter to Margaret Evans, Feb. 5, 1924
Zachary Ross, “Linked by Nervousness: Albert Pinkham Ryder and Dr. Albert T. Sanden,” American Art 17.2 (Summer 2003): 86-96.