"Uncle Monday" HOW TO HANDLE A RATTLESNAKE Pen & Ink Drawing

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"Uncle Monday" HOW TO HANDLE A RATTLESNAKE Pen & Ink Drawing

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Title:  

"Uncle Monday" HOW TO HANDLE A RATTLESNAKE Pen & Ink Drawing
Date:
1999-2000
Creator:
Petterson, Kitty K. (artist)

Content Description: 

Drawing. Pen & Ink drawing illustrating a Folk Tale entitled, How to Handle a Rattlesnake. Shows the hands of Ole' Man Davis holding a relaxed rattlesnake in front of young girl, letting her pet the snake. In background are 3 tall men and a young woman holding a small child, two girls and a boy. Various expressions of fear, wonder and enjoyment on their faces. Ole Man Davis is known for his ability to tickle a rattlesnake with a stick under its throat so it can be handled without fear.

Physical Description: 

H: 12 1/4" W: 9 3/8"

Location:
500 S Bronough St,Florida,Tallahassee,32399
Identifier:
2003M.011.014

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