[Four scenes illustrating the poem, "The King's Highway": (1) a man walking on a beach, several birds flying in a V formation in the sky above; (2) three boats sailing in wavy waters, an anchor attached to a wooden pole resting on the beach; (3) choppy waters splashing over a rocky shore holding a lighthouse, four birds flying overhead; (4) multiple footsteps covering a road leading into the forest, a squirrel standing on the edge of the road]

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[Four scenes illustrating the poem, "The King's Highway": (1) a man walking on a beach, several birds flying in a V formation in the sky above; (2) three boats sailing in wavy waters, an anchor attached to a wooden pole resting on the beach; (3) choppy waters splashing over a rocky shore holding a lighthouse, four birds flying overhead; (4) multiple footsteps covering a road leading into the forest, a squirrel standing on the edge of the road]
Date
1923 March 12
Creator
Sylvester, R.E.
Notes
"The King's Highway"; "By Heart's Grey Sands"; "By Cape of Rocks."
R.E. Sylvester Ms., March 12, 1923. s.l., page 1. From a collection of papers documenting the family, life, and early career of pianist Margaret June Alexander (also known as Vonya Alexandre) throughout the early 1900s. The collection is made up of two journals kept by her mother, Myrilla M. Anderson, plus letters, writings, artwork, family photographs, printed programs, sheet music, and other materials related to this Decatur County and Indianapolis, Indiana, family.
Names and Subjects
Anchors, Sea.
Beaches--1920-1930.
Beaches--Pictorial works.
Beaches in art.
Birds--1920-1930.
Birds--Pictorial works.
Birds in art.
Bodies of water--1920-1930.
Bodies of water--Pictorial works.
Bodies of water in art.
Clouds--1920-1930.
Clouds--Pictorial works.
Clouds in art.
Coasts--Pictorial works.
Coasts in art.
Foot prints--1920-1930.
Lighthouses--1920-1930.
Lighthouses--Pictorial works.
Lighthouses in art.
Men--1920-1930.
Men--Pictorial works.
Men in art.
Roads--1920-1930.
Roads--Pictorial works.
Roads in art.
Rocks--1920-1930.
Rocks--Pictorial works.
Rocks in art.
Rope.
Sailboats--1920-1930.
Sailboats--Pictorial works.
Sailboats in art.
Squirrels--1920-1930.
Squirrels--Pictorial works.
Squirrels in art.
Trees--1920-1930.
Trees--Pictorial works.
Trees in art.
Water waves--Pictorial works.
Water waves in art.
Winds--Pictorial works.
Winds in art.
Wood poles.
Manuscripts shelf.
Collection Title
Alexander family papers
Collection Creator
Alexander family
ID
6903
Repository
William L. Clements Library
Date Added/Updated
2018-11-30 11:24:55

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Record
6903
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"[Four scenes illustrating the poem, "The King's Highway": (1) a man walking on a beach, several birds flying in a V formation in the sky above; (2) three boats sailing in wavy waters, an anchor attached to a wooden pole resting on the beach; (3) choppy waters splashing over a rocky shore holding a lighthouse, four birds flying overhead; (4) multiple footsteps covering a road leading into the forest, a squirrel standing on the edge of the road]". https://quod.lib.umich.edu/w/wcl1ic/x-6903/wcl006969. University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. Accessed October 02, 2022.