May 8-June 13, 1937: 9th Biennial International Watercolor Exhibition, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, New York
March 16-June 10, 1984: A Mystical Vision: The Art of Harriet Blackstone, 1864-1939, The Bennington Museum, Bennington, Vermont
Corcoran Gallery, Washington, D.C.
Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York
Chicago History Museum
Cooper-Hewitt Museum, New York, New York
de Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco, California
Layton Art Gallery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C.
Union League Club, Chicago, Illinois
John H. Vanderpoel Art Association
Heller, Jules, and Nancy G. Heller, eds. North American Women Artists of the Twentieth Century: A Biographical Dictionary. Routledge, 2013
"Harriet Blackstone Prominent Painter" Brooklyn Daily Eagle, March 17, 1939. (Obituary)
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Artists' Guild, Chicago, Illinois
Arts Club of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
American Women's Art Association, Paris, France
Chicago Society of Artists, Chicago, Illinois
Cordon Club, Chicago, Illinois
International Society of Arts and Letters, Paris, France
The Little Room, Chicago, Illinois
Municipal Art League of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
National Academy of Design, New York, New York
National Arts Club, New York, New York
Society of Independent Artists
Society International of Arts & Letters, Paris, France
1917: The Artist's Guild, Chicago, Illinois for Man with a Cane [James Edwin Miller], 1911, oil on canvas; Collection of Union League Club, Chicago, Illinois
1894: with father and brother, established a photography studio at 19 E. Main St., Galesburg, Illinois
1895-1903: Teacher of elocution/drama, Galesburg High School, Galesburg, Illinois; first instructor of public speaking; coach for commencement orators
published American Orations and New Pieces That Will Take Prizes, compilations of excerpts from works of noted authors
starting in late 1890s: active in theatrical club, Galesburg, Illinois
She spent part of World War I in New Mexico working for the U.S. government, which tasked her with painting Native Americans and their environments; she also produced range-finder paintings to help train military gunners.