(1297a) Washington and Army as a Vision

Washington and Army as a Vision
FES Title: Heading on hillside “Washington and army as a vision”
Alternate Titles:
Date: 04/29/1924
Size: 20.125″H x 30.125″W
Medium: oil_single-prime-lincanvas
Type: illustration
Published: Erskine, Laurie York. “After School.” The American Boy, July 1924: 3.
caption: ‘Brent remembered ….red-headed Dick’s story …war…’
Inscription: ll: FES / ’24
Annotations: en verso: Congratulations to Dr. Bill / Morton for choosing a work for which / the artist’s son posed. / Very Cordially, / Pat Schoonover / 1/25/69
Comments: trany project 9/25/03; form 9/25/03; index; edit
Provenance: Artist sold to William A. Morton, Jr., West Chester, Pennsylvania (January 25, 1969); private collection

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