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(1569) Early the Following Morning We Broke Camp

1569
Early the Following Morning We Broke Camp
FES Title: Early the following morning we broke camp – and our long caravan was soon stringing out along the trail.
Alternate Titles: Lunette – The Wanderers
[1931]
Date: 07/29/1927
Size: 21″H x 38.75″W
Medium: oil-cotton-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Schultz, James Willard. “Red Crow’s Brother.” The American Boy, November 1927: 2.
caption: Early on the Following Morning We Broke Camp.
Inscription: lr: Frank E. Schoonover
Annotations: en verso on label: “4th instalment [sic] Red Crow 1569 Aug. 1927 / Galley page 90; / Early on the following morning we broke camp and our long caravan was soon strung out upon the long trail”
Exhibitions: 1931 FES
Comments: form 8/29/07; index; edit
per daybook: lunette 38″ wide across bottom; 19″ base to apex of lunette
The canvas measurement is 19″ x 38″.
Commentary:
Provenance: Mrs. Lottie B. Eachus, Bushkill, Pennsylvania; Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery, Syracuse University Art Collection, Syracuse, New York. Gift of Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority [1997]

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