|“I’m Afraid We’re Too Late,” Said a Quiet Voice
|FES Title:||pg 8 mss “I’m afraid we’re too late,” said a quiet voice- Craig looked up – to see the bearded artist standing in the doorway. Craig, the pistol still in his hand, watched the young man cross the room toward him.|
|Size:||34″H x 36″W|
|Published:|| Erskine, Laurie York. “Cousin Gregory.” The American Boy–Youth’s Companion, July 1933: 10.
caption: A new voice, in a growl- and Craig turned from the body to stare past the bearded artist at two men who were covering them both from the doorway
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|Commentary:||This is the left side of a double spread painted on two canvases. See #1956 for the right canvas.|