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Arriving Laurel in the Pines, New Jersey, Number Twelve of a Series of Twelve Depicting the Route of James Hazen Hyde's Four-Horse Coach "Liberty"

Title:
Arriving Laurel in the Pines, New Jersey, Number Twelve of a Series of Twelve Depicting the Route of James Hazen Hyde's Four-Horse Coach "Liberty"
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Inscriptions: 
Signed at lower right in brown watercolor: "Max Klepper"; verso inscribed along upper edge in black ink: "No 12 Arriving Laurel in the Pines"
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Date: 
1903
Medium: 
Watercolor, gouache, and black ink over graphite on board
Classification: 
Dimensions: 
Overall: 17 1/4 x 26 in. ( 43.8 x 66 cm ) mat: 22 x 28 in. ( 55.9 x 71.1 cm )
Description: 
One of a series of 12 watercolor scenes depicting the route of Jim Hazen Hyde's four horse coach "Liberty" between New York and its terminus at Lakewood, New Jersey. The coach ran three times a week from the Holland house, at Fifth Avenue and 30th Street, NYC and the Hotel Laurel-In-The-Pines, Lakewood, a distance of 79 miles taking approximately 9 hours and utilizing up to eleven teams of horses.
Date End: 
1 903
Credit Line: 
Bequest of James Hazen Hyde
Object Number: 
1960.39
Gallery Label: 
This is one of a set of twelve watercolors commissioned by James Hazen Hyde (1876-1959) of Mr. Hyde's four-horse coach "Liberty" that depicts scenes along the road on the 1903 run between New York and Lakewood. The society also owns an original illustration by Edward Penfield (q.v.) for use on the poster advertising this route (1947.90). The distance covered by the coach was seventy-nine miles, and eleven teams of horses were used daily.
Date Begin: 
1903
Due to ongoing research, information about this object is subject to change.
Creative: Tronvig Group