(1902) “Hold Your Fire!!” He Cried to Blackie as He Was Losing Consciousness

 

1902
“Hold Your Fire!!” He Cried to Blackie as He Was Losing Consciousness
FES Title: Hold your fire!” he cried to Blackie as he was losing conscious
[sic]. He lay on the grass broken.
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Date: 1932
Size: 0″H x 0″W
Medium: charcoalandwash_BR
Type: illustration
Published: Erskine, Laurie York. “The Clue of the Singing Boy.”
The American Boy–Youth’s Companion, June 1932: 9.
caption: “We’ll have to get this man down to Rainbow River,” said Renfrew, as Blackie dismounted beside him.
Inscription: [none visible as published]
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Comments: index;
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Provenance: Not known
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