Lawrence, KS: Helen Foresman Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, 1978. Published to commemorate the opening of the Helen Foresman Spencer Museum of Art, this book includes 350 works of art from the more more than 25,000 pieces in the museum's care. Objects are organized into chronological sections with images and a brief identification and commentary for each.
1951-77. A very rudimentary index to Volumes 1-6 of the Register is shelved in the Art & Architecture Library's Reference area under Call Number N582.L25A35. A more up-to-date index to both the Register and the Calendar is being prepared to eventually be available online. Inquire at the Service Desk in the Art & Architecture Library if you'd like someone to search the available file.
Miscellaneous Publications of the Museum of Art. (1950-), More than 90 publications have appeared in this series over the years. They are listed individually in the Library catalog and are located in the Art & Architecture Library under call number N 582.L25A44x.
Lawrence, 1962. Prepared when the art museum was housed in Spooner Hall, this highlights works from the collection in chronological sections. Sections have a brief introductory essay plus images and descriptions of the selected works.
Lawrence: Helen Foresman Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, 1980. A short introductory essay traces the history of the KU Asian art collection then the catalogue provides images and lengthy, scholarly essays on 146 objects.
Lawrence, KS: The Museum, University of Kansas, c1981. Presents an overview of the European and American sculpture collection in the Spencer Museum of Art. Art objects are organized chronologically and entries include a photograph plus substantial scholarly description, condition report and publication history.
New York : Hudson Hills Press : Distributed in the U.S. and Canada by National Book Network, c2004. Documentation on a collection of apx. 300 textiles dating from the 15th to the late 19th century from China, Japan, the Indian subcontinent, Iran, Indonesia, Central and Western Asia, and Korea.
Tokyo: Published for the Spencer Museum of Art by Kodansha International; New York: Distributed in the United States by Kodansha International/USA through Harper & Row, 1984. A catalogue of the more than 250 pieces of Surimono, privately published woodblock prints popular in Japan during the first third of the 19th century, held by the Spencer Museum of Art.