(0446) Perhaps the Girl Was an Indian

Perhaps the Girl Was an Indian
FES Title: Perhaps the girl was an Indian
Alternate Titles: The Haunts of Jean Lafitte 1980; Manila Village 1987
Date: 08/14/1911
Size: 29.5″H x 20.5″W
Medium: water-charc-ill-brd
Type: illustration
Published: Schoonover, Frank E. “In the Haunts of Jean Lafitte.” Harper’s Monthly Magazine, December 1911: 84.
caption: Manilla Village
Inscription: lm: F.E.S. / ’11
Exhibitions: 1980 Lancaster; 1984 Friends; 1987 Greenville
Comments: TP 2/26/03; form; index; edit; verso not accessible
Commentary: See #441 for commentary.
See related photograph by Schoonover of a lady on a boardwalk in Louisiana.
Provenance: The Gallery at Greenville, Greenville, Delaware 1987; Tom White (1989 appraisal); private collection (January 2003)

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