Miami Daily News. "Artist Hurls 'Bombardment.'" December 19, 1937.
Des Moines Register. "New York Art Exhibit Is Anti-Fascist Preachment." December 21, 1937, p. 11.
Chicago Daily Times. "Defense of Democracy." December 21, 1937, p. 24.
Jewell, Edward Alden. "Federal Art Show Has Preview Here: 'Murals for the Community,' a Large WPA Exhibition, to Be Open Until June 16. Wide Variety Displayed. Alfred Floegel's 'History of World,' Prepared for High School, in Collection." The New York Times, May 25, 1938.
Klein, Jerome. "WPA Mural Show Reflects Upswing of Individualism." New York Post, May 28, 1938.
Genauer, Emily. "Exhibit of WPA Murals Proves Artists' Worth." New York World-Telegram, May 28, 1938.
Jewell, Edward Alden. "Commentary on Murals: Exhibition at the Federal Art Gallery Presents WPA New York Region Survey." The New York Times, May 29, 1938.
Burrows, Carlyle. "Some Mural Designs for the Community." New York Herald Tribune, May 29, 1938.
New York Evening Sun. "Government-Fostered Mural Art Here." May 31, 1938.
The New York Times. "Contemporary Art on View Next Week: Whitney Museum to Open Its Annual Show Wednesday—16 States Represented." October 29, 1938.
Miller, Harlan. "In Washington: New York Gets Educated To British Royalty." Pittsburgh Press, December 8, 1938.
The New York Times. "Debris Still Fills Pavilion of WPA: View from the Outside Shows Men at Work on Building, Not yet Open to the Public." May 4, 1939.
Kruse, A.Z. "Art." Brooklyn Daily Eagle, July 16, 1939, section Trend, p. 7.
The New York Times. "Mural on WPA Building Judged Best Outdoor Art." August 7, 1939, p. 3.
New York Times. "New Yorkers Win Mural Contracts." October 26, 1939.
New York Herald Tribune. "Section of Mural to Be Unveiled at Queens Houses." [c. 1939–1940].