(0778) Both Men Stood Up, For the Car Was Nearing the Half Lighted Station

Both Men Stood Up, For the Car Was Nearing the Half Lighted Station
FES Title: Double Spread on 2 canvases
Alternate Titles:
Date: 03/12/1917
Size: 27″H x 30″W
Medium: oilColumbiacanvas
Type: illustration
Published: Marshall, Edson. “The Man That Was in Him.” American Magazine, August 1917.
caption: Both men stood up, for the car was nearing the half lighted station. The car was slowing down a little… the next second Ol’ Ezram hurled the shoe.
[none visible as published]
Comments: DAM 6/24/04; index; edit
Commentary: This day book number represents two canvases, each 27″ by 30″, published as a double spread. (day books)
Provenance: Not known
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