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In her own words
Footage from the vault
Biographical note

Amos, Robert. Mary Riter Hamilton 1873-1954. Victoria: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, 1978.

Berry, Virginia. Vistas of Promise: Manitoba 1874-1919. Winnipeg: Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1987.

Bruce, J.E.M.”Mary Riter Hamilton.” The Gold Stripe (May 1919):23.

Davis, Anglela E. “An Artist in No Man’s Land.” The Beaver 69/5 (September 1989):6-16.

“Mary Riter Hamilton: Manitoba Artist, 1873-1954.” Manitoba History 11 (Spring 1986):22-27.

Davis, Angela E. and Sarah McKinnon. No Man’s Land. The Battlefield Paintings of Mary Riter Hamilton 1919-1922. Winnipeg: University of Winnipeg, 1992.

Deacon, Florence E. “The Art of Mary Riter Hamilton.” Canadian Magazine XX (1912):557.

Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings by Mary Riter Hamilton and Pupils. Catalogue, November 1927.

Foster, W. Garland. “Coals to Newcastle.” The Western Home Monthly, (May 1930).

Les Pauvres and its Artist.” Museum and Art Notes: Art Historical Association of British Columbia IV 2 (June 1929):66.

MacBeth, Madge. “One of Our Last War Workers Comes Home.” Toronto Star Weekly (February 20, 1926):22.

The Manitoba Free Press (September 15, 1894).

“Mary Riter Hamilton: An Artist Impressionist on the Battlefields of Europe.” The Gold Stripe (1919):11.

The News Chronicle (November 23, 1954).

Paintings by Mary Riter Hamilton 1919-1920-1921: In Aid of the Allied Somme Battlefield Memorial. Exhibition catalogue, 1923.

The Teeswater Times (January 12, 1949).

Vervoort, Pat. “Painting Locked Away.” Lakehead Living (May 13, 1987):6.