A family record for Jonathan Chase and Patience Peasley, drawn by Moses Connor circa 1818, probably near their home in Henniker, Merrimack County, New Hampshire.
The artist's work can be recognized by the paired birds which face each other at the top of the design and by the joined inverted hearts between their names. Decorative lettering and borders and springs of leaves are also typically part of his compositions.
This work was shown at Bowdoin College as part of the Isaacson Collection exhibition entitled "Vital Records". The exhibit was shown there in 1986. It was listed as item #33 in the catalogue.
Watercolor and ink on paper. 12 x 10 inches and in original red-painted frame which measures 12 1/4 x 15 inches.
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