Oval bust length, holding muff.
Present Whereabouts Unknown.
M. KNOEDLER & CO., 355, Fifth Avenue, New York, January 13 – 22, 1908, No.8
BENDANN’S ART STORE, Baltimore, January 27 – 31, 1908
CORCORAN GALLERY OF ART, Washington D.C., February 4 – 19, 1908, No.5
McCLEES GALLERIES, 1411, Walnut Street, Philadelphia, February 1908.
The World Magazine, January 12, 1908 (reproduced)
Catholic News, New York, January 18, 1908
The Sun, Baltimore, Tuesday morning, January 28, 1908
The sitter came from St. Louis. At the National Arts Club, 119, East 19th Street an exhibition of members works was held in October 1908, and it may be that the picture Muller-Ury exhibited there described as ‘Girl with Muff’ is actually Miss Carr, as it is described in an unnamed cutting in the artist’s papers as ‘…an oval portrait of a girl with her cheek buried in a muff…’