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ORIGINAL DRAWING used on page 80 of THE SECOND BARREL
[1969] An 11" x 15" pen-and-ink drawing by Sloane used in his book THE SECOND BARREL. SIGNED and INSCRIBED by the artist in green ink at the bottom to Howard Wolf and dated 1971. The subject of the drawing is "When Corn Was King" and depicts a corn crib, cob handles, a corn broom, a cob pipe, harvest garlands, corn dolls, a knife-and-pail corn-sheller, a cob loom-spool, and a corn stopper. A faint printer's notation of "40% off" in green at the upper margin. Nicely matted to an overall size of 17" x 21" ready to be framed. Near Fine, attractive, and scarce
      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
Last Found On: 2012-12-27           Check availability:      Direct From Bookseller    

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