In this Bob Byerley's print a boy is dreaming of being an Overland stage coach driver. He has stopped to take on three passengers for the ride to his next stop.
This print is signed and numbered with a certificate of authenticity.
Story about this print--
The road from Apache Junction to Mesa was a rough one; and hot. They stood and waited for the Overland Stage. The ticket agent had told them that it was due at 3:15 but it was going on to 5:00 before they finally saw a cloud of dust on the horizon. The stagecoach clattered to a stop: they gathered their belongings in a pile for the long journey ahead. Sarah spoke to Old Jonah, the driver and he assured them that “Yes Ma'am, I reckon we could take on three more!”
From the Apache Junction Gazette - Aug. 3, 1868
Comes in a limited edition unframed image size of 30" x 24".