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Colonel Daniel Boone
Colonel Daniel Boone
TitleColonel Daniel Boone
DescriptionPortrait of Colonel Daniel Boone, photo reproduction of an oil painting painted by Chester Harding in 1819. Overlaid description, "Colonel Daniel Boone/As Chester Harding saw him in 1819 when he/painted the first and only personal picture ever/painted of him. Now owned by Mrs. Wm Harding/King. Others are copies. Observe the tiny/cracks in the oil cloth from age./R. N. Mayfield/1-27-1934." On the back, handwritten in ink, "Gift of Dr. R. N. Mayfield/Washington Bldg./Seattle, Wash."
PhotographerR. N. Mayfield
Item TypePhotograph, sepia, 7 x 9 in.
CollectionGeneral Collection (P1), Oversize B--Boone, Daniel, Number 2
NotesPhotograph is mounted (12 x 13 in).
Portrait prints
Local SubjectBoone, Daniel
Digital Formattiff imported as jpg2000
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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