• Addenda to Bergstrom Catalogue, 4/70, 8/70, 1/71, 5/71, 3/73, 3/74, 1/75, 11/76, 11/77, 2/79, G. Casper and E. C. Cloak.
  • Antiques & Collecting Magazine, July 1995, 38-41, 49-50, 72. “Perthshire Paperweights Ltd. 1969-1994: The First Quarter Century”; R. V. Simpson.
  • Antiques & Collecting Magazine, August 1995, pp. 48-51. “French Paperweights”; U. Ballay.
  • Antiques & Collecting Magazine, June 1996, pp. 38-40. “Green Bottle-Glass Paperweights”; R. V. Simpson.
  • Antiques & Collecting Magazine, November 1996, pp. 38-40, 56-58. “Floral Impressions: The Paperweights of Debbie Tarsitano”; R. V. Simpson.
  • Antiques and Collecting Magazine , September 1997, pp. 24-30. “The Bergstrom-Mahler Museum”; Barry Krause.
  • Antiques & Collecting Magazine, January 1998, pp. 35-37, 58-59 “Kontes Brothers’ Paperweights: South Jersey Masterpieces”; R. V. Simpson.
  • Antiques & Collecting Magazine, May 1998, pp. 26-31. “Edward Poore – Master Glass Cutter”; R. V. Simpson.
  • Antiques Journal, February 1962, pp. 22-24. “Glass Paperweights”; B. H. Leffingwell.
  • Antiques Journal, July 1962, pp. 16-17 and 28. “Modern French Glass Paperweights”; B. H. Leffingwell.
  • Antiques Journal, March 1964, pp. 20-22. “Paperweights for the Advanced Collector”; B. H. Leffingwell.
  • Art and Antiques, December 1996, pp. 32-35. “Into the Heart of Glass: Americans Revive the Alluring Art of Paperweights”; T. Trucco.
  • Art Matters: Philadelphia’s Regional Magazine of the Arts,Fall/Winter 1998, pp. 45-49, 66. “Molten Beauty: When It Comes to Sculpted Glass, The Philadelphia Area is Hot, Hot, Hot!” F. D. Quattrone.
  • Collect it!, November 1998, pp. 42-44. “Heavy-weight Collectables”; G. Jones.
  • Collector Editions, December 1998, pp. 32-34. “Artist Updates: Paul Stankard”; K. P. Godda.
  • Collectors’ Eye, May/June 1998, pp. 39-42. “Antique Glass paperweights Capture the Sensibilities of the Victorian Age”; R. J. Rosenberg.
  • Figurines and Collectibles, December 1997, pp. 45-49. “Fire and Ice – American Art Glass: Glass Eye Studio and Cape Cod Glassworks”; M. Graff.
  • Figures and Collectibles, August 1998, pp. 36-39. “Paperweight Renaissance”; W. Ripley.
  • Glass, Fall 1998, pp. 26-35. “Harvey Littleton: Glass Master”; W. Warmus.
  • Glass Art, September/October 1992, pp. 14-16. “What’s Hot? – Glass Beads”; G. Reynolds.
  • Glass Art, November/December 1993, pp. 10-12. “Painting on Hot Glass”; L. Bartneck.
  • Glass Art, January/February 1994, pp. 4-8. “Dante Marioni: Upholding the Vessel Tradition”; S. Waggoner.
  • Glass Art, September/October 1994, pp. 70-76. “Josh Simpson’s Glass: Earth and Space as Inspiration”; S. Waggoner.
  • Glass Art, January/February 1995, pp. 46-51. “The Twist and Shout of Lampworking”; B. Kerkvliet.
  • Glass Art, March/April 1995, pp. 66-69. “Finding Your Style (in beadmaking)”; B. Kerkvliet.
  • Glass Art, November/December 1997, pp. 4-7. “Debbie Tarsitano: Redefining the Paperweight Tradition”; S. Waggoner.
  • Glass Collector’s Digest, June/July 1993, pp. 18-27, “John C. Dorflinger: A Glass Legacy”; J. Q. Feller; pp. 30-34, “Paperweights: A Family Affair” (about Bob, Bobbie, Ruth and Ray Banford; G. Taylor)
  • Glass Collector’s Digest, August/September 1994, pp. 50-58, “Egg-Shaped Paperweights”; M. A. Smith.
  • Glass Collector’s Digest, February/March 1995, pp. 50-54, “Return to White Mills: A Collector’s  Odyssey”; F. H. Gardner.
  • Glass Collector’s Digest, October/November 1995, pp. 66-75, “Egg-Shaped Paperweights, Part II;  M. A. Smith.
  • Glass Collector’s Digest, April/May 1996, pp. 31-35. “The Creation of a Feeling in Glass”; R. Grubb
  • Glass Collector’s Digest, December/January 2000, pp. 27-34. “Paul Stankard: Citizen of Three Worlds”; C. Baldwin.
  • Glass Craftsman, October/November 1996, pp. 14-17, 29. “Barry Sautner: Carved in Glass”; K. Chambers.
  • Glass Craftsman, June/July 1997, pp. 10-15. “Paperweights”; L. Radeschi.
  • Glass Craftsman, August/September 1998, pp. 6-11. “Rick Ayotte”; L. Radeschi.
  • Hobbies, October 1941, pp. 20, 55-58, 60, 61, 62-67, 68-69, 70-71, 71-72, 73, 122-123. Total of 10 articles, various authors.
  • Hobbies, June 1962, pp. 82-84. “Old Glass Paperweights – Clichy, Part IV”; J. P. Boore.
  • Hobbies, July 1962, pp. 86-87. “General is Commemorated in Glass” (Robert E. Lee); T. H. Marsh.
  • Hobbies, August 1962, pp. 68-69, 88. “Old Glass Paperweights – Clichy, Part VI’; J. P. Boore.
  • Hobbies, September 1962, pg. 80. “Old Glass Paperweights – Betwixt and Between”; J. P. Boore.
  • Hobbies, January 1963, pp. 80-81. “Franchise for Women in Glass- Paperweights”; T. H. Marsh.
  • Hobbies, March 1964, pp. 82-85. “Old Glass Paperweights – Baccarat”; J. P. Boore.
  • Hobbies, August 1964, pp. 82-84. “Old Glass Paperweights – Baccarat, Part 11”; J. P. Boore.
  • Hobbies, September 1965, pp. 66-67. “A Visit with the Glass Artist Emil Larsen”; Irving P. Tuttle.
  • Hobbies, June 1966, pp. 98F-98G. “Old Glass Paperweights – Baccarat, Part III”; J. P. Boore.
  • Hobbies, Nov. 1966, pp. 98L-98M. “Old Glass Paperweights – Baccarat, Part IV”; J. P. Boore.
  • Hobbies, July 1970, pp. 102, 128 and cover. “American Presidents in Glass Sulphides”; Tracy H. Marsh.
  • Hobbies, January 1971, PP. 116-117 and cover. “Great Men in American History Honored in Sulphides or Cameo Encrustations”; T. H. Marsh.
  • Hobbies, January 1983, Pp. 16-19. “Paul Ysart, Master Glassmaker”; Annie Butler.
  • National Geographic, December 1993, pp. 37-69. “Glass – Capturing the Dance of Light”; W. S. Ellis.
  • New Jersey Outdoors, Winter 1999, pp. 34-39. “Delicacy & Detail: The Paperweight Magic of Paul Stankard”; C. Baldwin.
  • New York, March 20, 2000, pp. 26-33. “The Auction House Rules (Sotheby’s price-fixing scandal)”; C. Mason.
  • Warman’s Today’s Collector, January 1999, pp. 72-78. “Collecting Paperweights”; A. Gilbert.