(1704) Crouched Over the Coals, the Old Head Man Indian Was Carving

Crouched Over the Coals, the Old Head Man Indian Was Carving
FES Title: Crouched over the coals the old head man Indian was carving a queer lump of metal.
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Date: 03/22/1929
Size: 26″H x 50″W
Medium: oil-on-Best
Type: illustration
Published: Mowery, William Byron. “The Girl from God’s Mercie.” Red Book Magazine, June 1929: 80-81.
caption: Stanley started his turn at sentry-go…Frances could not sleep. Crouched over the coals, the old head-man was carving at a queer lump of metal.
Inscription: lm: FES ’29
Comments: 7/22/04 DAM scan; index; edit
Provenance: Not known


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