His work is at St. Matthew's Cathedral, the Denver Mint, the Detroit Public Library, the United States Post Office (Flushing, Queens), the Queens County Court House, Kings County Hospital, and the Long Island Savings Bank.
Aderente's art was also used in First World War propaganda. His painting of Columbia, standing atop the United States and charging forward with a billowing flag and sword at her side, was appears on at least two official recruiting posters from this period.
- Jennifer Learn-Andes (June 8, 2009). "Granddaughter to photograph courthouse art for Smithsonian". Luzerne County Reporter.
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- Archives of American Art. "Summary of the Vincent Aderente papers, 1906-1960 - Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution". Retrieved 7 January 2015.
- "Finding Aid for Vincent Aderente papers, 1899-1965.00010". Retrieved 7 January 2015. line feed character in
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