(0916) How I Escaped Through Russia

How I Escaped Through Russia
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Date: 06/07/1919
Size: 28″H x 30″W
Medium: oil_single-prime-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Burnand, C. Berkeley. “How I Escaped Through Russia.” The Ladies Home Journal, September 1919: 25.
caption: This amazing story will give you a vivid picture of Russia in Revolution. It is the tale of an English girl who Married a Russian naval officer, and who, with her infant daughter, fled from the horrors of Red Russia. I give a personal guaranty of the truth of the details of ths story. C. Berkeley Burnand.
Inscription: lr: Frank E. Schoonover
Comments: DAM scan 1-13-06; index edit
Commentary: Schoonover worked for ten days on this illustration and used Weller and Mrs. Rhett as his models.
Provenance: Sold: Brunk Auctions, Lot 759 (November 14, 2014)
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