(0118) Bustard Coach

Bustard Coach
FES Title:Bustard Coach
Alternate Titles:
Date: 07/28/1902
Size: 5.25″H x 7″W
Published: Parker, Gilbert. The Lane That Had No Turning. New York: Doubleday Page & Co., 1902: 30.
no caption
Inscription: ll: .S.
Annotations: en verso: The original drawing for “The Lane That Had No Turning” (by Sir Gilbert Parker) / done by Frank E. Schoonover / is hereby given to Martha Culbertson Schoonover / – hers – “To Have and To Hold” / May 1963.
en verso on typed label: The Manor House of the / Seigneur of Pontiac – Louis Racine. / Reproduced in the book / “The Lane that had no turning” / by Sir Gilbert Parker / The original drawing by / Frank E. Schoonover
Comments: index; edit
Provenance: Given by artist to Martha Culbertson Schoonover (May 1963); private collection

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