Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 125 (Sale info: For Sale).
The Drummer Boy sat at the door of his tent,/ When the night in her sable wept over the dead,/ His Drum for a desk, o'er his writing he bent,/ With the roar of the battle still loud in his head;--/ His wind worried taper flared wildly, and sent/ His shadow that flitted now here and now there/ Like a fierce phantom beating Tatoo in the air.--Extract from the poem entitled "The Drummer Boy," by T. Buchanan Read. [P. 8.]
Catalogue of the First Annual Exhibition of the Associated Artists of Cincinnati, No. 70 West Fourth Street. 1866-7. Admission, 25 cents. Season Tickets, $1.00. Catalogues, 10 cents. Cincinnati: Times Steam Book and Job Printing Establishment. 1867.