References and Resources
Burns, Carl O. The Collector’s Guide to Northwood’s Carnival Glass. Gas City: L-W Book Sales, 1994.
Burns, Carl O. Imperial Carnival Glass: Identification and Value Guide. Paducah: Collector Books, 1996.
Doty, David. David Doty’s A Field Guide to Carnival Glass. Marietta: The Glass Press, 1998.
Edwards, Bill. And Mike Carwile. Standard Encyclopedia of Carnival Glass, 6th edition. Paducah: Collector Books, 1998.
George, Karen. Contemporary Carnival Glass Reference Book. C1999.
Heaton, Linda. “Notes on old carnival glass patterns that have been reproduced,” San Diego County Carnival Glass Collectors, Vol. 13, No. 2 (June 1997), pp. 9-13.
Pruitt, Bonnie. St. Clair Glass Collectors Guide. 1992.
Reichel, Lloyd. Modern Carnival Glass Collectors, Book I. Walsworth Publishing Co., 1971
Reichel, Lloyd. Modern Carnival Glass Collectors, Book II. Walsworth Publishing Co., 1974.
Sprain, Thomas E. Carnival Glass Tumblers, New and Reproduced, 1960-1984. c1984.
Taylor, Dorothy. Encore by Dorothy, Book I. 1990.
Taylor, Dorothy. Encore by Dorothy, Book II. 1986.
Taylor, Dorothy. Encore by Dorothy, Book III. 1990.
Thistlewood, Glen and Stephen. The Art of Carnival Glass. Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 2004.
Thistlewood, Glen and Stephen. Carnival Glass: The Magic and the Mystery. Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 1998.
Thistlewood, Glen and Stephen. A Century of Carnival Glass. Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 2001.
A special thank you goes to the members of the original Woodsland Carnival Glass Club and its successor, Hooked on Carnival, for the invaluable information they share on-line on a daily basis. Thanks to the following collectors for their help in updating and correcting this list: John Valentine, Rog Gladson, Bob Smith, Glen Thistlewood, Marianne, Ronnie Primeaux, and Pat and Jim Call.