(1402) My Brother and I Each Worked an Oar

My Brother and I Each Worked an Oar
FES Title: My father steered one small bateau. My brother & I each worked an oar.
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Date: 08/21/1925
Size: 14″H x 30.5″W
Medium: oil-on-Best
Type: illustration
Published: Schultz, James Willard. “William Jackson, Indian Scout.” The American Boy, March 1926: 14.
no caption
Inscription: lr: F.E.S. / ’25
Comments: edit; index
This cut down was mounted on board.
Commentary: Schoonover cut this painting down into right and left sides (day books) and then signed the left (#1402cdl) with a ball point pen. The right side is #1402cdr and has been mounted on board.
Provenance: See #1402cdr and #1402cdl

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