|FES Title:||Head – “Flap-jack”|
|Size:||28″H x 16″W|
|Published:|| Hankins, Arthur Preston. “A Kind of a Dog-gone Christian.” American Magazine, February 1918: 31.
caption: “I like that Bible story about when the Almighty told the gang to throw stones at the woman o’ Jerusalem, if any of ’em had an idea his conscience was dog-gone well balanced he could heave one straight. Don’t remember of any pebbles flyin’ round in her direction, do you?”
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