(2132) Yancy Rode by the Wheel of the Lead Wagon

2132
Yancy Rode by the Wheel of the Lead Wagon
FES Title: Vignette – Galley 7- “LindYancy rode by the wheel of the lead wagon, where Linda sat”
Alternate Titles:
Date: 06/27/1936
Size: 37″H x 29″W
Medium: oil-on-Best
Type: illustration
Published: Case, Robert Ormond. “Path of Empire” Country Gentleman, August 1936: 17.
caption: Yancy rode by the wheel of the lead wagon, where Linda sat.
Inscription: lr: S / Frank E. Schoonover / June – 1936
Annotations: en verso: 2132

en verso on label on stretcher: An original painting for Country Gentlemen 1936 / for a serial

[ ] Mighty Horizon / is presented to Margaret M. Montgomery

en verso on label on stretcher: Yancy rode by the wheel of the lead wagon where Linda [ ]

Exhibitions:
Comments: digital 6-05 [Florida trip]; form ; index
Commentary:
Provenance: Given by artist to Margaret M. Montgomery, Wilmington, Delaware; descended in family to private collection
Current Owner:
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