(2126) The Sixty-three Wagons of the Joel Nesmith Emigrant Train Were in Night Camp

2126
The Sixty-three Wagons of the Joel Nesmith Emigrant Train Were in Night Camp
FES Title: The sixty-three wagons of the Joel Nesmith emigrant train were in night camp on the fertile flats – fording the Western Bank of the Big Blue.
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Date: 04/24/1936
Size: 26″H x 42″W
Medium: oil-on-Best
Type: illustration
Published: Case, Robert Ormond. “Fifth In Command.” Country Gentleman, July 1936: 10.
caption: The sixty-three wagons of the Joel Nesmith emigrant train were in night camp.
Inscription: ll: F.E. Schoonover / ’36
Annotations: en verso on label on upper stretcher: “Illustration Mighty Horizon April 1936 .. 2126 / 2nd Installment / Opening – Left page red and black. The sixty three wagons of Joel Nesmith emigrant train were…”
Exhibitions:
Comments: index;
Commentary: Schoonover copied this image, with numerous small changes, for his painting for the “duPont Safety Calendar for 1941.” See #2260.
Provenance: Sold by the artist to Mr. and Mrs.Darling; descended in family
Current Owner:
2016-11-14T10:36:31+00:00

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