(1613) You Have to Work Like Beavers to Get Your Fields Covered

You Have to Work Like Beavers to Get Your Fields Covered
FES Title: Double spread vignette
Alternate Titles:
Date: 01/28/1928
Size: 28″H x 36″W
Medium: oil_single-prime-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Mitchell, Ruth Comfort. “His Wife Could Eat No Lean.” The Ladies Home Journal, April 1928: 7.
[continued from page 6, #1612] And for how long, and then you have to work like beavers to get your fields covered.”
Inscription: mr: F.S.
Comments: DAM scan 2/9/06; index
Commentary: This is the right side of a double spread. See #1612 for the left side and commentary.
Provenance: See #1973 and #1974


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