(2170) He Dragged Off His Battered Black Hat

He Dragged Off His Battered Black Hat
FES Title: To go with title= He dragged off his battered black hat, as he continued less surely, to advance upon the fire-
Alternate Titles:
Date: 03/23/1937
Size: 0″H x 0″W
Medium: oil-on-can-fullBR
Type: illustration
Published: Byers, John Reid. “Runaway.” Country Gentleman, June 1937: 10.
caption: ‘Scuse me miss,’ Davy began, ‘but could you spare me a bite to eat?… I can pay, if you want.’
Inscription: mr: S / ’37
Comments: This may be overpainted with 2450L. if so, the size of this painting is 32×32 as per DB
index; edit; sketch – 2170s
Provenance: Not known
Current Owner:

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