(1849) “Where Is the Peace Pipe?”

“Where Is the Peace Pipe?”
FES Title: And then Gray Cloud cried “Come to my lodge, you and your companions. Where is the peace pipe. You can’t be too quick handing it to me.
Alternate Titles:
Date: 05/19/1931
Size: 38″H x 32″W
Medium: oil-on-Linen-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Schultz, James Willard. “The Peace Trail.” The American Boy–Youth’s Companion, August 1931: 5.
caption: ‘Where is the peace pipe?’ Gray Cloud cried. ‘You’ll be too quick in handing it to me!’

Schultz, James Willard.”The Peace Trail.” The American Boy-Youth’s Companion, September 1931: 21.

[only the figure in left foreground, printed in reverse] caption: ‘There is trouble ahead!” exclaimed Bear Paw.
Inscription: mr: FES / ’31
Comments: DAM scan 1/13/06; index; edit
Commentary: This image was painted over one of the two canvases painted for the doublespread #1739.
Provenance: Not known



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