(1790) “Cowboy, Have You Gone and Double-Crossed That Sweet Girl?”

“Cowboy, Have You Gone and Double-Crossed That Sweet Girl?”
FES Title: Cowboy have you gone and double-crossed that sweet girl vignette –
Alternate Titles:
Date: 09/08/1930
Size: 34″H x 42″W
Medium: oil-on-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Grey, Zane. “Canyon Walls.” The Ladies Home Journal, December 1930: 19.
caption: When they went out again Sneed wiped his perspiring face and swore at Monty: “—–, cowboy, have you gone an’ double-crossed thet sweet gurl?”
Inscription: mr: FES / ’30
Comments: DAM scan 2/9/06; index; edit
both completed in Bushkill. The caption is correct in the entry 4/3/07-lad
Commentary: This illustration was overpainted with #2294.
Provenance: See #2294


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