|FES Title:||Belleau Wood|
|Size:||30″H x 50″W|
|Published:|| “Souvenir Pictures of the Great War.” The Ladies Home Journal, April 1919: 16.
caption: Belleau Wood: Where the Marines Stopped the Kaiser on his Way to Paris
Austerman, Wayne R. “Rifle With Rival.” Military History, October 1992: 26.
Dixon, Mark E. “Retrospect: Wading in Cold Water.” Main Line Today, August 2003: 28.
The National Museum of the Marine Corps: A Tribute to All Marine Corps – Past, Present, and Future. Tampa, FL: Faircount Publication, 2006: 42.
The National Museum of the Marine Corps. Lawrenceberg, IN: The Creative Company, 2006: 23.
Grow, Charles and Joan Thomas. “Triangle, Virginia: National Museum of the Marine Corps.” American Art Review, November-December 2006: 140.
|Inscription:||lr: Frank E. Schoonover / -19|
|Commentary:|| “History will record it
Schoonover portrayed the intensity of this 1918 battle with each Marine reflecting an attitude of victory. Permanently captured in the painting, this battle continues to inspire Marines. (interview, Charles Grow, Curator, and Joan C. Thomas, Assistant Curator, National Museum of the Marine Corps, Triangle, Virginia, September 13, 2007)
For further commentary, see #886.
|Provenance:||National Museum of the Marine Corps, Triangle, Virginia|