||(Chickering Hall, John Taylor Johnston sale, Dec. 19-22, 1876, sold to John Work Garrett?)1
||John Work Garrett [1820-1884], Baltimore, MD, by descent to his daughter, Mary E. Garrett?
|Probably 1884-at least 1902
||Mary E. Garrett [1854-1909], Baltimore, MD, sold to Robert de Forest2
||Robert de Forest [1848-1931], Parkers Point, CT, by descent to his brother, Lockwood de Forest3
||Lockwood de Forest [1850-1932], Santa Barbara, CA, by descent to his son, Alfred Victor de Forest
||Alfred Victor de Forest [1888-1945], Marlborough, NH, by descent to his son, Taber de Forest
||Taber de Forest, Maine, sold to David McCoy
||David McCoy, Lyme, CT, sold to Robert Weimann
|1962 or 1963-1965
||Robert Weimann, Ansonia, CT, sold to the Cleveland Museum of Art
||The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio
Emily de Forest, letter to Lockwood de Forest, Sept. 10, 1931.
Harold Kirker, letter to Sherman Lee, July 10, 1969.
Harold Kirker, letter to William S. Talbot, Sept. 18, 1969.
James H. Dempsey, Jr., letter to Marion de Forest, June 14, 1982.
Lockwood de Forest, letter to Emily de Forest, Sept. 16, 1931.
Marion de Forest, letter to James H. Dempsey, Jr., June 6, 1982.
Sander, Kathleen Waters. Mary Elizabeth Garrett: Society and Philanthropy in the Gilded Age. Baltimore, Md: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008.
Taber de Forest, letter to William S. Talbot, Jan. 12, 1970.
William S. Talbot, letter to Kevin Avery, Oct. 27, 1986.