|Head of Little Indian Boy|
|FES Title:||Head of Little Indian Boy|
|Alternate Titles:||Indian Boy|
|Size:||8″H x 8″W|
|Published:|| Schoonover, Frank E. “The Edge of the Wilderness.” Scribner’s Magazine, April 1905: 444. |
caption: One of the two Indian boys who helped us up the hill
Schoonover, Frank E. The Edge of the Wilderness, edited by Cortlandt Schoonover. Toronto, Methuen, 1974: 79.
|Inscription:|| lr: S|
lr: Hudsons Bay – Canada. / 1905 / F.E. Schoonover
|Comments:|| index; edit|
Was it ‘re-signed’ – do we know?
|Commentary:|| “In this tent [see #199], I also made sketches of the two little boys. One of them when I had finished, took the yellow piece of chalk that I had given him as a reward…And produced on a strip of birch bark, a caribou with no horns.” (trip diary)|
No size is recorded in day books. However, the size listed in The Edge of the Wilderness is 8″ x 8″. The Kennedy Quarterly (June 1968), lists the size as 5.75″ x 4″, which is assumed to be the image size.
See related photograph by Schoonover of Indian boys in Canada. (#200p)
|Provenance:||Kennedy Galleries, New York (June 1968); not known|