Donkey stallion owned by Mrs. Patton - sire of Dominico II
- Donkey stallion owned by Mrs. Patton - sire of Dominico II
Joan Egleston Appleton (1912-2006) stands in a grassy area just behind a donkey. The donkey wears decorative tack, including a large tuft of plumes or feathers attached to its head and back. The donkey is harnessed to a small wooden cart with large wheels, both of which are elaborately painted. Other figures can be seen at the top of a grassy slope, along with what appears to be the black hood of a carriage.
- The Trustees of Reservations, Archives & Research Center
- Collection (local):
The Appleton Family Papers
Carts & wagons
Appleton, Joan Egleston, 1912-2006
- 1 photograph : print ; 8 x 14 cm
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Written in blue ink on the back of the photograph: "Donkey stallion owned by Mrs. Patton - sire of Dominico II" The number "56" is printed on the back of the photograph.
Two panels on the side of the cart appear to depict 16th century Spanish conquistadors and interacting with indigenous peoples.