Part III. Scene 4. Pilgrims Leave the Valley of Humiliation, (painting)
Kyle & Dallas
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. NOT NUMBERED
"Now, as they went on, Samuel said to Mr. great-heart, sir, I perceive that in this valley my father and Apollyon had their battle; but whereabouts was the fight. For I perceive the valley is large. " Great. Your father had the battle with Apollyon at a place yonder before us, in a narrow passage, just beyond forgetful green. and, indeed, that place is the most dangerous place in all these parts; for, if at any time pilgrims meet with any brunt, it is when they forget what favors they have received, and how unworthy they are of them. this is the place where others have been hard put to it, but more of the place when we are come to it; for I persuade myself, that to this day there remains some sign of the battle, or some monument to testify that such a battle there was fought." [P. 27.]
A Descriptive Catalogue of the Bunyan Tableaux. Albany, N.Y.: J. Munsell, 82 State Street, 1867.