(2035) “Hide-Rack Hasn’t Been Bothering Your Sheep,” I Told the Tall Herder

“Hide-Rack Hasn’t Been Bothering Your Sheep,” I Told the Tall Herder
FES Title: Page 5 Heading. charcoal. – Hide-rack hasn’t been bothering your sheep. I told the tall herder. He never hurt a sheep in his life.
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Date: 02/1934
Size: 30″H x 40″W
Medium: charcoal-Strathmore-illustr
Type: illustration
Published: Balch, Glenn. “Hide-rack Goes to Jail.” The American Boy–Youth’s Companion, May 1934: 9.
caption: “Hide-rack hasn’t been bothering your sheep,” I told the tall herder. “He never hurt a sheep in his life.”
Inscription: mr: S
Comments: index; edit
It was signed after publication, probably at the time that the original was cut down.
Commentary: This charcoal illustration was cut down in 1938. #2035cd is the right side of the original illustration.
Provenance: See #2035cd


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