References to The Field Museum's artifacts and biography of Schuster:
Baker, Muriel and Margaret Lunt. Blue and White, the Cotton Embroideries of Rural China. New York, NY: Scribner, 1977.
Cammann, Schuyler. "In Memorium: Carl Schuster". Textile Museum Journal vol.3 no.3, December 1972, pp.2-3.
Carpenter, Edmund, Carl Schuster, and Lorraine Spiess. Materials for the Study of Social Symbolism in Ancient & Tribal Art: A Record of Tradition & Continuity. New York: Rock Foundation, 1988.
Carpenter, Edmund and Carl Schuster. Patterns That Connect. New York, NY: Harry N. Abrams Inc., 1996.
Carpenter, Edmund, "Carl Schuster" http://www.tribalarts.com/people/schuster.html. (accessed: 28 April 2005)
Schuster, Carl, Chinese Peasant Embroideries (dissertation), University of Vienna, 1934.
Schuster, Carl. "Das Vogelmotiv in der chinesischen Bauernstickerei (part of his Ph. D. thesis) in J. Strzygowski," Spuren Indogermanischen Glaubens in der bildenden Kunst, Heidelberg: C.Winter, 1936, pp. 326-344.
Schuster, Carl. "A Bird Motive in Chinese Peasant Embroidery," translation of the above, Peking, 1936.
Bibliography of Schuster's other works on Chinese Embroidery:
Schuster, Carl. "Some Peasant Embroideries from Western China," Embroidery Magazine, London September 1935, pp. 88-89.
Schuster, Carl. "An Archaic Form of Chess Game in Chinese Peasant Embroidery," Man, Vol. 36, December 1936, pp. 201-203.
Schuster, Carl. "Peasant Embroideries of China," Asia Magazine, New York, January 1937, pp.26-31.
Schuster, Carl. "A Comparison of Aboriginal Textile Design in Southwest China with Peasant Designs from Eastern Europe," Man, Vol. 3, July 1937, pp.105-106.
Schuster, Carl. "A Comparative Study of Motive in Western China Folk Embroideries," Monumenta Serica Vol. 2, fasc. 1, Peking, 1937.
Schuster, Carl. "The Triumphant Equestrian," Monumenta Serica Vol. II, fasc. 2, Peking, 1937, pp. 437-440.
Schuster, Carl. "Stitch-Resist Dyed Fabrics of Western China," Bulliten of the Needle and Bobbin Club Vol. 32, New York, 1948, pp. 10-29.
Schuster, Carl (contributor). "Relations of a Chinese Embroidery Design: Eastern Europe and Wesern Asia, Southeast Asia (the Dongson Culture) and Melanesia," Art and its Possible Influence in the Pacific Basin, Edited by Noel Barnard and Douglas Faser, Vol. II, New York, 1972, pp. 243-290.