|Renfrew Moved Through the Crowd
|FES Title:||Renfew moved through the crowd. at sight of uniform – made way for him.|
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|Published:|| Erskine, Laurie York. “Brass Knuckles.” The American Boy–Youth’s Companion, August 1931: 28.
caption: As Renfrew walked down the street, he was conscious that he moved in hostile territory.
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|Comments:||DAM scan 1/13/06; index; edit|
|Commentary:|| This is the last of the stories about the Canadian Mountie, Renfrew, authored by Laurie York Erskine. In a letter to Schoonover on March 11, 1931, the managing editor of The American Boy writes: Here’s ‘Brass Knuckles’, the last of the current Renfrew series. It has been a long one, hasn’t it? And you’ve been doing some splendid work for us.”
Four spots for the story, (#’s1835, 1836, 1837, and 1838) were painted together on the same canvas (28″ by 50″). The exact size of each of the four images is unknown. (day books)