|The Third Day Dawned Cold and Clear and Daylight Found the Outfit on the Move
[no title entered in day books]
|Alternate Titles:||Trail of the North (1921, 1925)|
|Size:||32″H x 17″W|
|Published:|| Hendryx, James B. “Nerve and Brass.” The American Boy, November 1920: 14.
caption: The Third Day Dawned Cold and Clear, and Daylight Found the Outfit on the Move.
Hendryx, James B. Connie Morgan in the Fur Country. New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1921: 70.
|Inscription:|| lr: F.E.S. / ’20
lr changed after publication: F.E. Schoonover / ’20
|Annotations:||en verso on label: “The Third day dawned cold and clear and daylight found the outfit on the move.” / Illustrated “NERVE and BRASS”/ Property of F. A. Myers, Jr. Family.|
|Exhibitions:||1921 WSFA; 1925 Washington|
|Comments:|| DAM 7/15/04; NT 4×5; form 11/18/07;
|Commentary:||This image was later used by the Schoonovers on the front of one of their Christmas cards. (archives) For further commentary, see #231.|
|Provenance:||Given by the artist to Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Myers, Jr., Pennsylvania; Schoonover Studios, Ltd., Wilmington, Delaware; private collection|