Tearing Up Track
FES Title: Tearing up track
Alternate Titles: Rail Raid
Date: 06/03/1902
Size: 14″H x 12″W
Medium: charcoal-ill-board
Type: illustration
Published: Parrott, Jacob and Frank C. Dougherty. “Andrew’s Railroad Raid, An Incident of the Union Campaigns of 1862 in the West-The Personal Narrative of a Survivor.” McClure’s Magazine, September 1903: 503.
caption: “Once more we had to stop to cut wires and take up tracks”
Inscription: mr: F.E. Schoonover
Annotations: en verso: “Railroad Raid” / “We halted … and pulled / up rails” / F. E. Schoonover
Comments: Glenbow #R968.2; Size is framed; seen & image 8/03; index; edit; form 8/21/03
Commentary: The size indicated is the view.
Provenance: Artist; John Romeig, Reading, Pennsylvania; The Devonian Foundation, Calgary, Alberta, Canada; Collection of Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta, Canada