Selections from The Life and Letters of J. Alden Weir by J. Alden Weir's daughter Dorothy Weir Young. (Yale University Press, 1960):
- Paris, October 12, 1873:
A 21 year-old Julian Alden Weir, writing to his mother about his recent arrival to art school in Paris.
- Branchville, August 2, 1883:
John Ferguson Weir, tending the farm, to his brother, Julian Alden Weir, abroad on his honeymoon.
- Branchville, October 21, 1883:
Julian Alden Weir to Mrs. Baker, his mother-in-law.
- Branchville, May 5, 1897:
The artist Albert Pinkham Ryder to Julian Alden Weir, after a stay at Weir's farm.
- Paris, May 6, 1902:
John Ferguson Weir, while abroad in Europe, to his brother Julian Alden Weir.
- Branchville, November 30, 1902:
Julian Alden Weir to his friend, C.E.S. Wood.
- Adirondacks, August 3, 1903:
The English artist Wilfred Von Glehn thanking Julian Alden Weir for a stay at the farm.
- New York City, September 22, 1904:
The artist Albert Pinkham Ryder to Julian Alden Weir.
- Branchville, March, 1912:
Julian Alden Weir to his friend C.E.S.Wood.
- Date unknown:
Joseph Pearson, a former student of Julian Alden Weir’s, in a letter to Dorothy Weir Young, reminiscing about her father at Branchville.
- Dorothy Weir Young Story:
Recounting an episode at the farm involving the American Impressionist, Childe Hassam.