(2201) The Post Buildings at Midnight Bay on the Makenzie River

The Post Buildings at Midnight Bay on the Makenzie River
FES Title:He noticed Whiffet staring at the homes, the big trading station, he felt her small hand clasp his arm. (The Post Building at Midnight Bay on the Makenzie River Dec 24)
Alternate Titles:Midnight at Christmas Bay; Christmas on the Klondike
Date: 04/20/1938
Size: 32″H x 42″W
Published: Mowery, William Byron. “The Valley Beyond.”
Country Gentleman, July 1938: 18.
caption: “Jim noticed Whiffet staring; he felt her small hand clasping his arm tightly; and he had some inkling of the awe in the girl’s heart.”

Schoonover, Cortlandt. Frank E. Schoonover, Illustrator of the North American Frontier. New York: Watson-Guptill Publications, 1976: 111.
caption: The Poor Buildings at Midnight Bay

Merrick, Elliott. True North. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1989: cover.
caption: “The Poor Buildings at Midnight Bay”

Inscription: lr: Schoonover / ’38
Annotations: en verso: 2201
en verso on label on stretcher: Illustration Third Installment 2201 / April 1938
Comments: restored at Winterthur
TP 3/28/02; form 3/28/02; NT 4×5; index;
Provenance: Private collection
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