(1450) He Had Found His Quarry – Now the Question Was – What To Do

He Had Found His Quarry – Now the Question Was – What To Do
FES Title: He had found his quarry – Now the question was – what to do with it.
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Date: 03/30/1926
Size: 0″H x 0″W
Medium: oil-on-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Edwin, Cole. “The Gun-Runners.” The Youth’s Companion, 6 May 1926: 343.
caption: Trooper Daley saw three Mexican carts drawn by ponies. One of the riders was a large man with gray hair that showed through his Stetson.
Inscription: mr: F.E.S. ’26
Comments: index; edit
1975 Edge of the Wilderness files = prov.
Provenance: AuClair School (as of 1975); not known


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