But There Was Something Else At the Bottom of the Gully
FES Title: Part of double-spread – see no 1960 for caption
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Date: 06/1933
Size: 26″H x 30″W
Medium: oil-on-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Erskine, Laurie, York. “Renfrew Goes Woolgathering.” The American Boy-Youth’s Companion, August 1933: 15.
caption: ‘But there was something else at the bottom of the gully – something that started Renfrew scrambling down.’
Annotations: en verso on label on original stretcher: Renfrew Goes Woolgathering No 1861 / Part of doublespread (see no. 1860 for caption
en verso stamped on stretcher: F. E. Schoonover / 1616 Rodney Street / Wilmington, DEL.
Comments: Digital photog: 06-09-05 Florida trip; index; form 4/10/07; edit
Commentary: This illustration is the right side of a double spread painted on two canvasses. See #1960 for further commentary.
Provenance: ‘The Timbers’ Boys Camp, Mullet Lake, Topinabee, Michigan; Earl E. Styles, Gaylord, Michigan; Stanley S. Stuyles, Gaylord, Michigan; Collection of Greg and Glenda Styles