The object files are from the James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library Database.
“Bicorne Hat.” JM76.075. James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library.
Breeches.” JM76.456. James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library.
Halsey, Ashley and Lee Langston-Harrison, interview by Connie Webb, March 25, 1988.
Gonzalez-Palacios, Alvar. The French Empire Style. London: Hamlyn Publishing Co., Ltd., 1966.
Hanser, Richard. Glorious Hour of Lt. Monroe. New York: Athenaeum, 1975.
Hicks, James E. Notes on U.S. Ordnance. Published by the author, 1940.
Neumann, George.“The Revolutionary Charleville” American Rifleman magazine, http://www.jaegerkorps.org/NRA/The%20Revolutionary%20Charleville.htm
James B. Rhoads, National Archives and Records Service, Washington, D.C., to Daniel Milton, U.S. Department of the Interior, Geological Survey, Menlo Park, California, TLS, June 22, 1962. James Rhoads examined the Department of State records from the 1815-1816 period to verify this gift of pistols. A copy of this letter is in the Curator’s Files, “JM76.213.”
Langston-Harrison, Lee. Images of a President: Portraits of James Monroe. Fredericksburg, VA: James Monroe Museum, 1992.
“Musket.” JM76.026. James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library.
“Pistols.” JM76.213. James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library.
Observations and discussion between John N. Pearce, Director, James Monroe Museum, and Lee Langston-Harrison, Curator, May 1997.
Sloan, C. G. “Appraisal of the Collections at the James Monroe Museum.” 1989.
“Waistcoat.” JM76.456. James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library.
“Wedding Shoe.”JM76.087. James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library.
Webb, Connie, “A Possible James Monroe Object: The Marked Gun”, Student paper, HISP 310: The Decorative Arts, April 1988, 2,4-7.