(0675) “Do You Think You Could Find News?”

“Do You Think You Could Find News?”
FES Title: Do you think you could find news of him in the West Indies?
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Date: 05/17/1915
Size: 26″H x 14″W
Medium: oilColumbiacanvas
Type: illustration
Published: Tretheway, Charles. “The Fugitive.” The Saturday Evening Post, 26 June 1915: 14.
caption: ‘I’ll Wager the Gentleman Would Come Running Fast Enough if He Only Knew the Party that Was Planning to Get Wind of Him, Miss’
Inscription: lr: F.E.S.
lr re-signed after publication: F.E. Schoonover/ To S…Pubb / Feb. 1916
Comments: index; edit; slide
Commentary: This image was painted over #530. (day books)
Provenance: Given by artist to S. Pubb (February 1916); Bunch Auctions, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania (January 8, 1992); Daniel Elder, Pottstown, Pennsylvania; Illustration House, New York (May 6, 1995); private collection
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