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Feldman, Joan S. “A Glorious Revelation.” Stained Glass, 98 (Fall 2003): 202-7.

Fenton, Lois. “Throwing the Last Pot: Utilitarian Potters of Frederick County, 1860-1880.” Journal of the Historical Society of Frederick, County, Maryland, (Spring 2006): 4-45.

Ferguson, Eugene S. "The Figure-Head of the United States Frigate Constellation." American Neptune, 7 (October 1947): 255-60.

Fishman, Bernard P. "Jewish Woodcarvings by Baltimore's Best-Known (and non-Jewish) Woodcarver." Generations (Fall 1996): 19-23.

Fleischer, Roland E. "Three Recently Discovered Portraits by John Hesselius." Antiques, 119 (March 1981): 666-68.

Fleming, Kevin. Annapolis: The Spirit of the Chesapeake Bay. Annapolis, MD: Portfolio Press, 1988.

Fleming, Kevin. Ocean City, Maryland's Grand Old Resort. Annapolis, MD: Portfolio Press, 1990.

Fleming, Mary Lou and Marianne Ruch. "Jacob Maentel: A Second Look." Pennsylvania Folklife, 41 (Fall 1991): 2-19.

Flood, Jennifer and Anne Wass. “Our Growing Collection.” Riversdale, (Summer 2014): 1, 4.

Flood, Jennifer. “New Acquisitions: Duvall Secretary.” Riversdale Letter, 4 (Winter 2011): 5.

Folk, Charlotte L. “Don Whitlatch—Artist.” Journal of the Alleghenies, 45 (2009): 85- 92.

Ford, C.D. "The Two Sisters and Henri Matisse." Southern Living, 27 (April 1992): 36.

Forman, H. Chandlee. Early Buildings and Historic Artifacts in Tidewater Maryland; The Eastern Shore. Easton, MD: Eastern Shore Publishers' Associates, 1989.
Annotations / Notes: Forman listed himself as "architect and archaeologist." One of the early investigators of St. Mary's City and a dedicated preservationist, he documented many of the 18^th and 19^th century dwellings on the Eastern Shore. Forman illustrated his books with his own charming drawings and enlivened them with stories of his visits to remote sites, accounts both entertaining and edged with melancholy. See also Radoff, Morris L., The Old Line State.

Fort, Megan Holloway. “Bedazzled.” Antiques, 174 (November 2008): 24.

Fort, Megan Holloway. “Rembrandt Peale.” Antiques, 175 (April 2009): 18.

Fortune, Barndon Brame. "'From the World Escaped': Peale's Portrait of William Smith and His Grandson." Eighteenth Century Studies, 25 (Summe 1992): 587-616.

Fowble, E. McSherry. "Classical Maryland, 1815-1845: Fine and Decorative Arts from the Golden Age, An Exhibition Review." Winterthur Portfolio, 28 (Summer/Autumn 1993): 159-65.

Fowble, E. McSherry. "Classical Maryland, 1815-1845: Fine and Decorative Arts from the Golden Age, An Exhibition Review." Winterthur Portfolio, 28 (Summer/Autumn 1994): 159-65.

Fox, Jeanette. "Thomas Baker Eighteenth-Century Potter of St. Mary's County." Chronicles of St. Mary's, 29 (November 1981): 373-81.

Francis, Eileen. “A Talent for Tiles.” Maryland Life, 4 (September/October 2008): 102-4.