|Then Spurred By the Man Who Held Him Flattened…
|FES Title:||-then, spurred by the man who held him- flattened etc.|
|Size:||30″H x 48″W|
|Published:|| Marsh, George T. “Witness for the Defense.” Red Book Magazine, October 1925: 56-57.
caption: “Now, dog-stealer,” Jules muttered, “tell heem to eat me up!” Loosing the dog the Indian eagerly pushed him forward.
|Commentary:||This illustration was overpainted with #1526. (day books)|