(0686) One Could See Him With a Mariner’s Glass

One Could See Him With a Mariner’s Glass
FES Title: One could see him with a mariner’s glass – perched in the fork of a tree
Alternate Titles: The Pirate Tree
Date: 07/07/1915
Size: 0″H x 0″W
Type: illustration
Published: Post, Melville Davisson. “The Treasure Hunter.” The Saturday Evening Post, 14 August 1915: 12.
caption: Dabney Scouted the River With His Glass While the Thing He Feared Came in Through the Swamps Behind Him.
Inscription: lr: F.E. Schoonover
Exhibitions: 1924 WSFA
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Provenance: Not known

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