Time. "On a Mexican Wall." April 1, 1935, pp. 46, 48.
Look. [Article title unknown]. 1937.
Art Digest. "'Project' Murals Avoid 'Sweetness and Light.'" June 1, 1938, p. 15.
Coates, Robert M., "Abstractionists, Muralists, and Retrospectives." The New Yorker, June 11, 1938, pp. 59–61.
McCausland, Elizabeth. "Murals from the Federal Art Project." Parnassus, December 1938, p. 8.
Metzger, Hiram. "Letters and Pictures from LOOK Readers." Look, [1939?].
Life. "The WPA Building Raises A Ruckus." c. 1939.
Art Digest: The News and Opinion of the Art World. "These Painters & Sculptors Passed the Jury." June 1, 1939, N. Y. World's Fair Special Number edition, pp. 32–33, 64.
Architectural Forum. "Forum of Events." September 1939, p. 12.
Frankfurter, Alfred. "Directions in U.S. Painting." ARTnews, 1939.
Art Digest. "Art Project Highlights Living American Art at New York Fair." June 1, 1940, pp. 10-12.
Reeves, Ruth. "Art Forms in Architecture: Murals." Architectural Record, October 1940, p. 73-76.
Art Digest. "Shahn Best of 375." November 15, 1940, p. 8.
De Brossard, Chandler. "Mural Designs for American Ships: A Federal Art Project." Studio, 1941, p. 63.
Caspers, Frank. "The Field of American Art Education. Guston Goes to Iowa." Art Digest, September 1, 1941, p. 29.
Watson, Forbes. "Directions in American Painting." Magazine of Art, November 1941, p. 487.
ARTnews. "Our Own Choice for the Carnegie Awards." November 1, 1941, p. 10.
ARTnews. "Richmond Prizes Quality, Not Publicity." March 15, 1942, p. 14.
Art Digest. "Their Reasons." March 15, 1942, p. 7.
Art Digest. "American Painting Seen Strong and Vital in Virginia Biennial." March 15, 1942, pp. 5-6, 21.
Art Digest. "Whitney Opens Stimulating Exhibition." December 1, 1942, p. 6.
Janson, H. W. "'Martial Memory' by Philip Guston and American Painting Today." Bulletin of the City Art Museum of Saint Louis, December 1942, pp. 34–41.
Art Digest. "St. Louis Buys Guston." January 1, 1943, p. 11.
ARTnews. "Guston's Social Security Mural: Completed Despite War." March 1, 1943, p. 8.