1.  Selected Bibliography: Books on Elisabet Ney and Edmund Montgomery

Cutrer, Emily.  The Art of the Woman.  University of Nebraska Press, 1988. (University of Texas PHD dissertation and published biography on Elisabet Ney.  Ney's life and work in Texas is primary emphasis.  Most reliable of publications.  Out-of-print but usually available from amazon.com)

Comini, Allesandra. "Who Ever Heard of a Woman Sculptor?  Harriet Hosmer, Elisabet Ney and the Nineteenth-Century Dialogue with the Three Dimensional."  American Women Artists 1830-1930.  Washington, D.C.:  National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1987. (Introductory essay)

Fortune, Jan & Jean Burton.  Elisabet Ney.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1942. (Historical fiction)

Goar, Marjorie.  Marble Dust.  Austin, Texas:  Eakin Press, 1984. (Romance novel)

Heller, Nancy G.  Women Artists, An Illustrated History.  New York:  Abbeville Press, 1987.  (Portrayal of Elisabet Ney in context of women artists throughout history)

Keeton, Morris T.  The Philosophy of Edmund Montgomery.  Dallas, Texas: Southern Methodist University Press, 1950. (Harvard University PHD dissertation and published work on Edmund Montgomery's pioneering philosophical ideas developed on a remote Texas plantation in the late 1800's)

Loggins, Vernon.  Two Romantics.  New York:  Odyssey Press, 1946. (Biography on Elisabet Ney and Edmund Montgomery with detailed information on their lives in Europe.)

Muller, Eugene.  Elisabet Ney.  Leipzig:  Koehler & Amelang, 1931.   (In German)

Reiter, J. S.  The Woman.  New York:  Time-Life Books, 1978. (Short seven-page biography)

Rutland, Mrs. J. W. (Willie B.), ed.  Sursum!  Elisabet Ney in Texas.  Austin, Texas:  Elisabet Ney Museum, 1977. (Annotated collection of Elisabet Ney's Texas letters compiled by longtime Elisabet Ney Museum curator)

Stephens, I. K.  The Hermit Philosopher of Liendo.  Dallas, Texas:  Southern Methodist University Press, 1951. (Biography on  Edmund Montgomery.  Valuable information also included on Elisabet Ney)

Taylor, Bride Neill.  Elisabet Ney, Sculptor.  New York:  Devin-Adair Co., 1916.  (Reprinted by Thomas F. Taylor, Austin, Texas, 1938) (Loving  biography on Elisabet Ney written by Ney's close friend.  Based largely on personal experiences and interviews with Elisabet Ney and her devoted circle of friends in Austin, Texas, 1892-1907.)

2.  Archival Sources

Austin History Center of the Austin Public Library, Austin, Texas

Eugene C. Barker Texas History Center, University of Texas at Austin, Texas

Fikes Hall of Special Collections and DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin, Texas

Texas Collection, Baylor University, Waco, Texas

Texas State Archives, De Zavala Collection, Austin, Texas