|The Battered Canoe Came Bobbing Down the Flooded Waters|
|FES Title:||Left page. Double spread- Heading. Page-1-mss. “The battered canoe came bobbing down the flooded waters the Keena toward the landing stage.|
|Size:||36″H x 41″W|
|Published:|| Erskine, Laurie York. “The Man Who Was Too Clever.” The American Boy–Youth’s Companion, November 1934: 8.|
caption: Tom looked mockingly down upon the bedraggled half-breed in the bow and the mud-stained, bandaged man in the stern.
|Inscription:||mr: F.E.S. / ’34|
|Commentary:|| This illustration was painted while the artist was in Bushkill, Pennsylvania. It was used as the left side of double spread with #2054.|