"Uncle Monday" WHY THE RABBIT IS WILD TODAY Pen & Ink Drawing

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"Uncle Monday" WHY THE RABBIT IS WILD TODAY Pen & Ink Drawing

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Title:  

"Uncle Monday" WHY THE RABBIT IS WILD TODAY Pen & Ink Drawing
Date:
1999-2000
Creator:
Petterson, Kitty K. (artist)

Content Description: 

Drawing. Pen & Ink drawing illustrating a Native American legend. Group is standing in foreground with 3 Seminole Indian buildings behind them. A severe-looking, bare-chested man, wearing long pants and moccasins is waving off a dejected rabbit who holds a pole with a bundle tied to it. An Indian woman is standing to the right of a spotted horse and fending off the rabbit. A snarling dog is located between the man and the rabbit. Illustrates a native American folk tale.

Physical Description: 

H: 12" W: 8 3/4"

Location:
500 S Bronough St,Florida,Tallahassee,32399
Identifier:
2003M.011.010

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