|The Two Bucks, Trapped and Desparate, Fought|
|FES Title:||The two bucks, trapped and desparate, fought like cornered animals.|
|Size:||24.5″H x 46″W|
|Published:|| Mowery, William Byron. “The Girl From God’s Mercie” Red Book Magazine, May 1929:68-69.|
caption: Radisson sprang forward and smashed his clubbed rifle against the dazed Antler Hare. The other two bucks, trapped, fought like cornered animals. But Harl was upon them.
|Inscription:||ll: Frank E. Schoonover / 1929|
|Annotations:|| en verso: 1688|
en verso on stretcher: 1688
en verso on partial label on stretcher:1688
en verso on partial typed label on stretcher:
rd installmen[t] “God’s Mercie” Jan. 1929 no[ ] / pg 20 mss. / [b]ucks trapped desparate [,] fought like / cornered [ ].
|Comments:|| DAM 7/22/04; also digital; 4×5 image from Christies; index; form 4-07; edit|
|Provenance:||Christie’s, Los Angeles (November 16, 2005); private collection|