• (c.1998), '[Hordern House Acquisitions list]’, Sydney, NSW: Hordern House, Included a drawing of a little girl in her nightgown carrying a book.

  • Ambrus, Caroline (1984), 'The Ladies’ Picture Show’, Sydney, NSW: Hale & Iremonger.

  • Dyson, Will (1919), 'Poems in Memory of a Wife’, London, England, UK.

  • MacFall, Haldane (1911), 'A History of Painting’, London, England, UK.

  • Mendelssohn, Joanna (1988), 'Lionel Lindsay: An Artist and His Family’, London, England, UK : Chatto & Windus.

  • Moore, William (1932), 'Among my friends’, B.P. Magazine, 06-01.

  • Radford, Ron (1980), 'Art Nouveau in Australia’, Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, Ballarat, Vic.

  • Sayers, Andrew (1989), 'Drawing in Australia’, Canberra, ACT.

  • Smith, Bernard (1986), '[Lindsay Family]’, Melbourne, Vic. : Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 10, [Nairn, B. & Serle, G. (eds.)], Melbourne University Press, pp 106-115.

  • Dyson, Will, '[Undated fragment of letter to Norman Lindsay]’, Sydney, New South Wales: [held in] Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales: ML manuscript 742/12.

  • Jensen, John (1996), '“A Sort of Bird of Freedom”: Will Dyson cartoons, caricatures, drawings and satirical prints – many from the recently discovered Chanteau Collection’, Australian High Commission, Centre for the Study of Cartoons and Caricature, University of Kent at Canterbury, and Kent County Council (exhibition catalogue).

  • Kerr, Joan (1999), 'Artists and Cartoonists in Black and White’, National Trust S.H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney.

  • McMullin, Ross (1984), 'Will Dyson’, Sydney: Angus & Robertson.

  • Mills, Carol (1984), 'In black and white: The little known Lindsay, Ruby Lind’, This Australia, Winter, pp.80-85.

  • Mills, Carol (1981), 'The Lindsays as children’s book illustrators’, Lu Rees Archives Books and Authors (University of Canberra Library), pp.10-13,.

  • Mills, Carol (1984), 'Ruby Lindsay and Will Dyson in London’, This Australia.

  • Moore, William (1907), 'Careers for Australasian Girls IX – What the artist’s life offers’, New Idea, 12-06, p.849.

  • Moore, William (1907), 'Ruby Lindsay’, Native Companion, 12-02.

  • (1986), 'Ruby Lind’, Documentation on Australian Art (Conference Papers).

  • Daryl Lindsay (1965), 'The Leafy Tree’, Melbourne.

  • Joanna Mendelssohn (1996), 'Letters & Liars: Norman Lindsay and the Lindsay Family’, Sydney, Australia: HarperCollins.

See also

  • 'Heritage: Section 9, plate 373'.

Initial data sources

  • Heritage with additions