|FES Title:||Old Chief in Teepee|
|Alternate Titles:||Red Crows Brother; In the Teepee; Chief of the Koo-ten-tais; Chief of the Kootenais (1987, 2001); Chief of the Kootentais
|Size:||36″H x 26″W|
|Medium:||Oil on Cotton Canvas|
|Published:||Schultz, James Willard. “Red Crow’s Brother.” The American Boy, November 1927: 15.
caption: The chief smiled. “You seek the Kootenais, you find us. We are the Canoe People.”Schultz, James Willard. Red Crow’s Brother. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1927: 152.
caption: ‘You seek the Kootenais, you find us. We are the Canoe People.’
|Inscription:||lr: F.E. Schoonover / ’27|
|Annotations:||en verso: American Boy 3rd installment / “Red Crows Brother” (Schultz) / Old Chief in Teepee / July 1927 Bushkill|
|Exhibitions:||1987 Greenville; 2001 FES; 2004 Biggs|
|Comments:||TP 8/28/01; form 3/28/02; NT 4×5 ; index; edit
|Provenance:||Sold by artist to Jack Dunn (June 7, 1956); Mongerson Galleries, Chicago; (April 1976); Kennedy Gallery, New York (June 1979); Mongerson Galleries, Chicago; ; The Gallery at Greenville, Greenville, Delaware ; Collection of Phyllis and Norman Aerenson|