All About Ontario ChairsElizabeth Ingolfsrud, The House of Grant, 1974
American Antiques From the Israel Sack Collection: Volumes I-VIIIIsrael Sack, Highland House Publishers, 1964-1986
American CabinetmakersWilliam C. Ketchum, Jr., Crown Publishers, 1995.
Lists information on many known cabinetmakers who worked between the years 1640-1940.
The American Chair: Three Centuries of StyleRobert Bishop, Bonanza Books, 1983
American Federal Furniture and Decorative Arts From the Watson CollectionPhilip D. Zimmerman, The Columbus Museum, 2004
American Furniture: 1620 to the PresentJonathan L. Fairbanks & Elizabeth Bidwell Bates, Richard Marek Publishers, 1981
American Furniture Journal, 1993-2106Luke Beckerdite, Editor, The Chipstone Foundation, 1993-2016
American Furniture and the British Tradition to 1830John T. Kirk, Alfred A. Knopf, 1980, 1981, 1982
American Furniture at ChipstoneRodriguez Roque, The University of Wisconsin Press, 1984
American Furniture From the Kaufman CollectionJ. Michael Flanigan, National Gallery of Art, 1986
American Furniture in the Metropolitan Museum of ArtFrances Gruber Safford, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2007
American Painted Furniture: 1660-1880Dean A. Fales, Jr., Bonanza Books, 1986
American Seating Furniture 1630-1730Benno M. Forman, The Winterthur Museum, 1988
American Tables and Looking Glasses in the Mabel Brady Garvan and Other Collections at Yale UniversityDavid L. Barquist, Yale University Art Gallery, 1992
American Windsor FurnitureNancy Goyne Evans, Hudson Hills Press, 1996
American Windsor Furniture: Specialized FormsNancy Goyne Evans, Hudson Hills Press, 1997
Antique Biedermeier FurnitureRudolf Pressler, Stefan Dobner, Wolfgang Eller, Schiffer Publishing, 2002
The Book of Shaker FurnitureJohn Kassay, The University of Massachusetts Press, 1980
The Cabinetmakers of AmericaEthel Hall Bjerkoe, Schiffer Publishing, 1957
Cabinetmakers of the Eastern Seaboard: A Study of Early Canadian FurnitureCharles H. Foss, M. F. Feheley Publishers, 1977
Chairs: A HistoryFlorence de Dampierre, Abrams, 2006
Connecticut Valley FurnitureThomas P. Kugelman & Alice K. Kugelman, Connecticut Historical Society Museum, 2005
The Dictionary of English Furniture: Volume I ACA-CHARalph Edwards, Country Life, 1924-7, Barra Books Revised Edition 1954
The Dictionary of English Furniture: Volume II CHE-MUTRalph Edwards, Country Life, 1924-7, Barra Books Revised Edition 1954
The Dictionary of English Furniture: Volume III NAI-ZUCRalph Edwards, Country Life, 1924-7, Barra Books Revised Edition 1954
The Dunlaps & Their FurnitureThe Currier Gallery of Art, Self Published, 1970
18th Century English Furniture: The Normal Adams CollectionChristopher Claxton Stevens & Stewart Whittington, Antique Collectors’ Club, 1983
The English Regional ChairBernard D. Cotton, Antique Collectors’ Club, 1990
Fake, Fraud, or Genuine?Myrna Kaye, New York Graphic Society Books, 1987
Field Guide to American Antique FurnitureJoseph T. Butler, Facts on File Publications, 1985
Folk Furniture of Canada’s Doukhobors, Hutterites, Mennonites, and UkrainiansJohn Fleming & Michael Rowan, The University of Alberta Press, 2004
Furniture and Its Makers of Chester County, PennsylvaniaMargaret Berwind Schiffer, Schiffer Publishing, 1966, 1978
The Furniture Masterworks of John & Thomas SeymourRobert D. Mussey, Jr., Peabody Essex Museum, 2003
The Furniture of Historic DeerfieldDean A. Fales, Jr., E. P. Dutton & Co., 1976, Historic Deerfield Inc., 1981
Furniture Treasury, Volumes I & II in One, UnabridgedWallace Nutting, Macmillan Publishing, 1928, 1976
The Heritage of Upper Canadian FurnitureHoward Pain, Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1978
The Hitchcock ChairJohn Tarrant Kenney, Clarkson N. Potter, 1971, 1977
Hornor’s Blue Book: Philadelphia FurnitureWilliam Macpherson Hornor Jr., Highland House Publishers, 1937, 1977, 1988
Illustrated Guide to Shaker FurnitureRobert F. W. Meador, Dover Publications, 1972
The John Brown House: Loan Exhibition of Rhode Island FurnitureJoseph K. Ott, The Rhode Island Historical Society, 1965
Master Craftsmen of Newport: The Townsends and GoddardsMichael Moses, MMI Americana Press, 1984
The Mirror Book: English, American, & EuropeanHerbert F. Schiffer, Schiffer Publishing, 1983
New England Furniture at WilliamsburgBarry A. Greenlaw, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1974, 1975
New England Furniture: The Colonial EraBrock Jobe & Myrna Kaye, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1984
Albert Sack, Crown Publishers, 1993Many consider this the “bible” of antique furniture collecting.
Oak Furniture: The British TraditionVictor Chinnery, Antique Collectors’ Club, 1970, 1980
Opening the Door: Safes of the Shenandoah ValleyKurt C. Russ and Jeffrey S. Evans, Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, 2017
The Painted Furniture of French Canada 1700-1840John A. Fleming, Camden House & The Canadian Museum of Civilization, 1994
The Philadelphia Chair 1685-1785Joseph K. Kindig III, Historical Society of York County, 1978
Pictorial Dictionary of British 19th Century Furniture DesignEdward Joy, Antique Collectors’ Club, 1977, 1984
Plain & Elegant, Rich & Common: Documented New Hampshire Furniture 1750-1850James L. Garvin, Curator, New Hampshire Historical Society, 1979
Portsmouth Furniture: Masterworks from the New Hampshire SeacoastBrock Jobe, Society for the Preservation of New England Antiques, 1993
Samuel McIntire: Carving an American StyleDean T. Lahikainen, Peabody Essex Museum, 2007
Simple Forms and Vivid Colors: An Exhibition of Maine Painted Furniture 1800-1850Edwin A. Churchill, Maine State Museum, 1983
Soap Hollow: The Furniture and its MakersCharles R. Muller, Canal Press, 2002
300 Years of American Seating FurniturePatricia E. Kane, Little, Brown, and Company, 1976
Windsor-Chair Making in AmericaNancy Goyne Evans, University Press of New England, 2006
The Windsor Style in AmericaCharles Santore, Running Press, 1981
The Windsor Style in America: Volume IICharles Santore, Running Press, 1987