|McQuarrie Had Dropped Off the Midnight Train
|FES Title:||Right page- Double S Seabrook McQuarrie had dropped of
|Size:||36″H x 42″W|
|Published:|| Erskine, Laurie York. “The Man Who Was Too Clever.” The American Boy–Youth’s Companion, November 1934: 9.
caption: McQuarrie had dropped off the midnight train, changed his clothes, and ridden away at once, and was now deep in the mountains.
|Inscription:||mr: F.E.S. / ’34|
|Comments:|| Right side of double spread with # 2053
|Commentary:|| This illustration was used as the right side of double spread with # 2053 and was painted during the same week.