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Studio B Miniatures produced and sold miniatures from about 1972 – 1987. Below are some articles, publications and other references that may be of interest. Adobe Acrobat Reader is needed to view some of these items. This program can be downloaded for free at


"The Scale Cabinetmaker" Vol. V:2, Feb. 1981, Dorsett Publications. Bill Birkemeier wrote the article, "A Water-Cooled Lathe for the Unimat."

American Period Interiors in Miniature by Kate Doordan Klavan features Studio B furniture, tinware and paintings. Published by Charles Scribner's Sons, 1984

This Side of Yesterday in Miniature by Catherine B. MacLaren, published by Nutshell News in 1975, highlights The Painted Goose Tavern.

Miniature Shows:
Guilford Fair 1974 (below)

White Plains, NY 1979 (left)

Museum of Natural History in Brewster, Cape Cod
A collection of Bob's carvings is now on display at the Museum of Natural History in Brewster, Cape Cod, a gift from Mr. and Mrs John T. deCamp.

National Geographic Society Explorers Hall in Washington D.C.
The Tin Shop was on display from December 14 to February 17, 1985.

The Art of Miniaturia
'Moving Day' (right) was on display in this December 1983 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania exhibition hosted by the Pittsburgh Plan for Art and the Arthritis Foundation.

Tiny Treasures Society Exhibit
The original Tin Shop (below) took first prize in this 1976 juried exhibition.

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