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Endnotes:

[1]An American Composer Looks at Egypt: Ruth Lynda Deyo and the Diadem of Stars, Edited by Kelly Dann, Ann Murray, Ann Sears, Zephorene L. Stickney (Norton, MA: Wheaton College: Watson Fine Arts Center, 1999), Exhibition Catalogue, 13.

[2]An American Composer Looks At Egypt: Ruth Lynda Deyo and the Diadem of Stars, 5.

[3]Dr. Joann Fletcher, “The ‘Death in Sakkara’ Gallery,” BBC History, February 17, 2011, http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ancient/egyptians/death_sakkara_gallery.02.shtml (accessed March 10, 2020).

[4]Ann H. Murray, “The Spiritual Made Visible,” in Seeing and Beyond: Essays on Eighteenth to Twenty-First-Century Art, ed. Deborah J. Johnson & David Ogawa (New York: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc., 2005), 319.

[5]Ibid, 314.  

[6]Auction- estate of Maria Decatur Mayo Deyo (Lila) Garnett of Kittery Point, Maine

[7]Diary 1924- First trip to Egypt entry Monday March 31, 1924.

[8]An American Composer Looks at Egypt: Ruth Lynda Deyo and the Diadem of Stars, 24.

[9]The Ruth Lynda Deyo Dalton Collection [finding aid]. Norton, MA: Wheaton College Archives and Special Collections, rev. 5/10/2006, p 4.

[10]An American Composer Looks at Egypt: Ruth Lynda Deyo and the Diadem of Stars, 7.

[11]Ann Sears. “An American Composer Answers the Call to Egypt.” Sonneck Society for American Music Bulletin 23, no. 1 (Spring 1997), 10.

[12]The Ruth Lynda Deyo Dalton Collection [finding aid]. Norton, MA: Wheaton College Archives and Special Collections, rev. 5/10/2006, 52.

[13]The Holland Society of New York. Yearbook of the Holland Society of New York 1908 Fifth Albany Book (New York, NY: The Knickerbocker Company, 1916), 234. 

[14]The Ruth Lynda Deyo Dalton Collection [finding aid]. Norton, MA: Wheaton College Archives and Special Collections, rev. 5/10/2006, 53.

[15]An American Composer Looks at Egypt: Ruth Lynda Deyo and the Diadem of Stars, 3.

[16]John G. Waite Associates, DuBois Fort Historic Structure Report (Albany, NY: John G. Waite Associates, Architects PLLC, 2003), 30.

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