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AT SUNBEAM CREEK. are with little girl refugees again in peril from forest fires. but escape this also, but half naked and in burned rags / At Torrington. Are persued by a storm of fire but save themselves by jumping into a stream and swim across as seen in next picture / At Torrington. They reach the river just in the nick of time. Their red color is caused by glare of flames... (double-sided)
Henry Darger (1892–1973)

Location: Chicago, Illinois, United States

Date: Mid-twentieth century

Materials: Watercolor, pencil, carbon tracing, and collage on pieced paper

Dimensions: 19 × 70 1/2"

Credit: Anonymous gift in recognition of Sam Farber © Kiyoko Lerner

Accession Number: 2004.1.2A

Photo credit: James Prinz

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AT SUNBEAM CREEK. are with little girl refugees again in peril from forest fires. but escape this also, but half naked and in burned rags / At Torrington. Are persued by a storm of fire but save themselves by jumping into a stream and swim across as seen in next picture / At Torrington. They reach the river just in the nick of time. Their red color is caused by glare of flames... (double-sided)
Date: Mid-twentieth century
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Dimensions: 19 × 70 1/2"
Materials: Watercolor, pencil, carbon tracing, and collage on pieced paper
Credit Line: Anonymous gift in recognition of Sam Farber © Kiyoko Lerner
Place/Region: United States, Chicago
Accession Number: 2004.1.2A
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