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Flying So Low, They Raked the Entire Length of the Train
FES Title:
[no title entered in day books]
Alternate Titles: Flying so Low on Either Side of the Cars That They Could See Each Other’s Machines Through the Windows, They Raked the Entire Length of the Train [1979]
Date: 07/05/1918
Size: 24″H x 36″W
Medium: oil-on-canvas
Published: Driggs, Laurence Latourette. “The Flying Storks: The Most Marvelous Daring Corps of Aces in all France.” The Ladies Home Journal, September 1918: 10.
caption: Flying So Low on Either Side of the Cars That They Could See Each Other’s Machines Through the Windows, They Raked the Entire Length of the Train

Brandywine River Museum. Frank E. Schoonover, Illustrator. Chadds Ford, PA: Brandywine River Museum, 1979: 48-49.
caption: Flying so Low on Either Side of the Cars That They Could See Each Other’s Machines Through the Windows, They Raked the Entire Length of the Train, 1918

Inscription: ll: F.E. Schoonover / 7-18
Annotations:
Exhibitions: 1919 AFA (title unverified); 1979 FES (catalog)
Comments: TP Texas 6/02/06; form 6-04-06; index; edit
Commentary:
Provenance: Schoonover Galleries, Wilmington, Delaware [1977]; Krapf and Sons, Inc., Wilmington, Delaware (April 6, 1977); Schoonover Studios, Ltd., Wilmington, Delaware (August 2000); Collection of Suzanne and Joel Sugg [2000]