|He Ran to Steedman Who Stood With Jaws Tight Clenched|
|FES Title:||He ran to Steedman who stood with jaws tight clenched. ‘Steed!’ he cried. ‘You’re shot. I saw it.’|
|Size:||36″H x 36″W|
|Published:|| Erskine, Laurie York, “The Case of Constable Connery”. The American Boy–Youth’s Companion, April 1941: 12.|
caption: His weight sagged against Mitch as he looked toward the two men who came running from the plane.
|Annotations:|| en verso: 2284 2284 2241|
en verso on label: The Case of Constable Connert / Feb 1941 No. 2284 / He ran to Steedman – “Steed!” He cried.
en verso on partial label: 3rd installment Long Trail
|Commentary:||This illustration is painted over #2241.|
|Provenance:||Artist; collection of Michael NeVille|