Links

Rider-Waite
A website dedicated to the original Rider-Waite-Smith deck and A.E. Waite's The Pictorial Key to the Tarot, 1911.
Learn Tarot
Founded by Joan Bunning, author of Learning the Tarot, 1998. She also has her comprehensive online Learn Tarot course available as a download, free of charge.
Learn Tarot Online
Founded by Amanda Goldson, author of Develop Your Intuition Through Tarot, 2009; Tarot Reversals in the Rider Waite Smith deck of Tarot Cards, 2011; and The Fastest and Easiest Way to Learn to Read Tarot Cards with ANY Deck, 2012. She also offers various programs to help people learn tarot and develop their intuition.
Auntie Tarot
Auntie Tarot is an elderly lady who has written an extensive blog on both reading tarot and divination, and the histories thereof.
Cartomancy 101
Auntie Tarot has also done a wonderful series on divination with playing cards.
Biddy Tarot
Brigit Esselmont is a business woman who offers many things, from a blog, to books, to readings, and other items.

Books & References

Petit Etteilla
Etteilla, Jean-Baptiste Alliette, 1700s.
The New and Complete Fortune Teller
Richard Scott
New York. George Largin, Printer, No. 5 Burling-Ship.
1816
Being a Treatise on the Art of Foretelling Future Events, by Dreams, Moles, Cards, &c. &c. &c. Carefully done from the Arabic Manuscripts of Ibraham Ali Mahomed Hafez.
The Universal Fortune Teller
William Samuel
London: W.S. Fortey, Printer and Publishers 2 & 3, Monmouth Court, Bloomsbury, W.C.
1860
Being sure and certain directions for discovering the Secrets of Futurity. The Art of telling Fortunes by Grounds of Tea or Coffee. The Science of foretelling Events by Cards. Telling Fortunes by Lines in the Hand. Directions to choose a Husband by the Hair. Concerning Children born on any Day of the Week. Charms and Ceremonies.
Card Fortune Telling
Charles Platt
London: W. Foulsham & Co., LTD., 10 & 11 Red Lion Court, Fleet Street, E.C. 4
Made and Printed in Great Britain
1865
A lucid treatise dealing with all the popular and more abstruse methods.
The Book of Days
Robert Chambers
W.R. Chambers; London, & Edinburgh.
1869, vol. I
1888, vol. II
A Miscellany of Popular Antiquities in connection with The Calendar including Anecdote, Biography, & History, Curiosities of Literature, and Oddities of Human Life and Character.
Online Searchable Edition
A Descriptive Catalogue of Playing and Other Cards in the British Museum
William Hughes Willshire, M.D. Edin.
Chiswick Press:— Printed by Whittingham and Wilkins, Tooks Court, Chancery Lane.
1876
Accompanied by a concise general history of hte subject and remarks on cards of divination and of a politico-historical character.
Napoleon's Oraculum and Dream Book
Frank Tousey
New York. 34 and 36 North Moore Street.
1884
Containing the Great Oracle of human destiny, also the true meaning of almost any kind of dreams, together with charms, ceremonies, and curious games of cards. A complete book.
Madame Zadkiel's Fortune Teller and Mirror of Fate
Jesse Haney
New York: Excelsior Publishing House, 29 and 31 Beekman Street.
1884
The Witches' Dream Book and Fortune Teller
Henry J. Wehman
New York. Henry J. Wehman. 50 Chatham Street.
1885
Embracing full and correct rules of divination concerning dreams and visions, foretelling of future events, their scientific application to physiognomy, palmistry, moles, cards, &c.; together with the application and observance of talismen charms, spells, and incantations.
Mother Shipton's Gipsy Fortune Teller and Dream Book with Napoleon's Oraculum
Henry J. Wehman
New York. Henry J. Wehman. 130 Park Row.
1890
Embracing full and correct rules of divination concerning dreams and visions, foretelling of future events, their scientific application to Physiognomy, Physiology, Moles, Cards, Dice, Dominoes, Grounds of Coffee and Tea Cups, etc.; together with the application and observance of Charms, Spells, and Incantations. It also gives the true interpretation of dreams, and the lucky numbers of the lottery to which they apply.
The Devil's Picture-Books
Mrs. John King van Rensselaer
New York. Dodd, Mead, and Company Publishers
1890
Absolute Key to Occult Science, The Tarot of the Bohemians
Papus
The most ancient book in the world. For the exclusive use of Initiates.
1892
"All intellectual light, like all physical light, comes from the East, and I come with it, also from the East." — Narad, the Bohemian.
The People's Handbook Series: The Mystic Oracle; or, the Complete Fortune-Teller and Dream Book
F.M. Lupton
106 and 108 Reade St., New York
1893
The Square of Sevens
E. Irenaeus Stevenson
New York. Harper & Brothers. Printers & Publishers. MDCCCXCVII.
1896
(Rumoured to be a hoax.)
Mystic Test Book Supplement
Olney H. Richmond
The Temple Publishing Company. 1910 Washington Boulevard, Chicago.
1896
Containing additional instruction in reading of grand spreads, quadration, and transformation of tarots, formation of perihelion and quadratic crosses, test book crosses, rulings of the zodiac in trades, occupations, and character reading. The mystic "Story of Atlantis", how to find minute cards and hour cards of time, etc.
Everybody's Book of Luck
Whitman Publishing Company. Racine, Wis. Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Printed in U.S.A.
1900
Symbolism
Milton Alberto Pottenger
Symbol Publishing Company. Sacramento, California.
1905
A treatise on the soul of things; How the natural world is but a symbol of the real world; the modern church, with its spire and cross, and the Bible account of Noah's ark symbols of the Phalic religion.
Manual of Cartomancy and Occult Divination
Grand Orient
William Rider and Son, Limited. 164 Aldersgate St., London, E.C.
1909
Including the Oracle of Human Destiny, Cagliostro's Mystic Alphabet of the Magi, The Golden Wheel of Fortune, The Art of Invoking Spirits in the Crystla, The Various Methods of Divination
The Pictorial Key to the Tarot
Arthur Edward Waite, Pamela Colman Smith
London, W. Rider
1911
Being fragments of a secret tradition under the veil of divination. With 78 plates, illustrating the greater and lesser arcana, from designs.
Prophetical, Educational, and Playing Cards
Mrs. John King van Rensselaer
London. Hurst & Blackett, Ltd. Paternoster House.
1912
The Symbolism of the Tarot
P.D. Ouspensky (Translated by A.L. Pogossky)
Trood Print. and Pub. Co., St. Petersburg, Russia
1913
A Manual of Occultism
Sepharial
1914
[Ashe says: Highly recommended!]
Telling Fortunes by Cards
Carletone B. Case
New York Shrewesbury Publishing Co. Publishers, by Charles Shrewesbury
1914
A symposium of the several ancient and modern methods as practiced by Arab seers and sibyls and the romany gypsies, with plain examples and simple instructions to enable anyone to acquire the art with ease. Gathered from authentic sources by Mohammed Ali.
[Ashe says: Highly recommended!]
Fortune-Telling by Cards
Professor P.R.S. Foli
R.P. Fenno & Company. 18 East 17th Street, New York.
1915
[Ashe says: Highly recommended!]
The Illustrated Key to the Tarot
L.W. de Laurence
The de Laurence Company, Chicago, Ill., U.S.A.
1918
The Veil of Divination. Illustrating the Greater and Lesser Arcana. Embracing the Veil and its symboms, secret tradition under the veil of divination, art of tarot divination, outer method of the oracles, the tarot in history, inner symbolism, the greater keys.
[Ashe's Note: This is pretty much a replica of Arthur Edward Waite's Pictorial Key to the Tarot.]
Mystic Test Book or the Magic of the Cards
Olney H. Richmond, Grand Master of the Inner Temple of the Ancient Order of the Magi
Chicago, Ill., U.S.A.
1919
Giving the Mystic Meaning of these Wonderful and Ancient Emblems in their Relationship to the Heavenly Bodies, Under all Conditions; With Rules and Processes for Reading or Delineating the Emblems.
General Book of the Tarot
A.E. Thierens
D. McKay Co., Philadelphia
1930
The Oracle of the Tarot
Paul Foster Case
1933
Auntie Tarot
Blog by Auntie Tarot.
Articles referenced:
Hearts 1, Hearts 2, Clubs 1, Clubs 2, Diamonds 1, Diamonds 2, Spades 1, Spades 2.