(2131) “The Trail Beyond Is Not Passable Then?”

“The Trail Beyond Is Not Passable Then?”
FES Title: “The trail beyond is not passable then?” said Yancy. “It is out of the question for ox-drawn travel to attempt it.”
Alternate Titles: Settlers Arriving at Fort Hall
Date: 06/25/1936
Size: 30″H x 42″W
Medium: oil-on-Best
Type: illustration
Published: Case, Robert Ormond. “Path of Empire.” Country Gentleman, September 1936: 16.
caption: And now came the blow that was most demoralizing of all. Its very unexpectedness made its effect the more ruinous.
Inscription: lr: Frank E. Schoonover / ’36
Comments: index
Provenance: Texas Art Gallery, Dallas Texas (May 23, 1998); private collection
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