(2087) They Were Up in the Wagons and Lashing the Teams

They Were Up in the Wagons and Lashing the Teams
FES Title:
[pages missing from day books – assigned number]
Alternate Titles:
Date: 1935
Size: 30″H x 36″W
Medium: oil-on-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Schultz, James Willard. “Beaver Woman’s Vision.” The American Boy–Youth’s Companion, August 1935: 16.
caption: Aspi and I hitched two animals to the engages’ one. As soon as it was done, they were up in the wagons and lashing the teams into a run for the timber.

Schultz, James Willard. The White Buffalo Robe. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1936: 40.
caption: Our one chance to survive this is to break into the timber at the creek.

Inscription: [none visible as published]
Comments: index; edit
Commentary: This painting was published as the left side of a double spread with #2088. The day books note that #2321 was painted over #2087. It cannot be certain that this illustration is in fact #2087 as the pages with the information for this number are missing.
Provenance: Not known


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