(2297) Indian Rock

Indian Rock
FES Title:Indian Rock
Alternate Titles:
Date: 1941
Size: 14″H x 21″W
Inscription: ll: Frank E. Schoonover / ’41
Annotations: en verso: 2297 Bushkill Sept 1941 1943
Comments: digital 9/30/04; form 9/30/04; index
Commentary: Indian Rock, a large outcropping of rock along the Pennsylvania side of the Delaware River just down from Bushkill, was a landmark used to describe locations of various points along this section of the river. It was one of Schoonover’s favorite spots to fish, as trout were abundant. For further commentary, see #2458.
Provenance: Sold by artist to Margaret Chadwick Woodbridge, Wilmington, Delaware; descended in family to private collection
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