(1514) Roselle

FES Title: charcoal vignette of Roselle
Alternate Titles: Roselle of the North (Glenbow)
Date: 11/29/1926
Size: 25.25″H x 15.25″W
Medium: charcoal-ill-board
Type: illustration
Published: Skinner, Constance Lindsay. “Roselle of the North.” The American Girl, February 1927: 7.
caption: The northward coming of the wild geese always stirred in Roselle the dream of flying – a desire to breast the upper breeze, to be near the mellowing sky
Inscription: lr: S. 26
Annotations: en verso label: Illustration for “Roselle of the North” & vignette Roselle of the North No. 1914 November 1926
Comments: digital of magazine image 7/06/06; Glenbow #R968.3
seen 8/03; Form 8/21/03; index; edit
Commentary: The image was reversed in the publication.
Provenance: John Romeig, Reading, Pennsylvania; The Devonian Foundation, Calgary Alberta, Canada (December 17, 1970); Collection of Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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