Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 141 (Sale info: $200.00).
A scene in the flowery South--a little human sunbeam--the light and hope of a happy home, is playing among her native orange groves, equally as unconscious, as guiltless of the right or wrong about her. Dinah, her nurse, is playing the accordian and singing "Dixie's Land," more, we think, to amuse herself than the baby. There is one, though, near by, whose silent and disinterested watchfulness can be trusted, for old dog Tray is ever faithful. [P. 5.]
Young Men's Association. A Catalogue of the First Exhibition of Paintings and Statuary, at the American Hall, Main Street, Buffalo. Opened December 24th, 1861. Buffalo: Joseph Warren & Co., Printers, 178 Washington Street, Office of Daily Courier. 1861. Price of Catalogue, ten cents.