Perkins Harnly (American/California, 1901-1986, active New Orleans, 1930-1931), ³Did the Phone Ring?: The lady is in a hurry to answer her call...It will take seven days to fix the newel post...And three days to clear the bruise², watercolor and ink on paper affixed to board, unsigned, titled and Mart Gallery, Los Angeles, California stamp en verso, c. 1966-72, 30 in. x 22 1/2 in. and ³Three Graces: Faith, Hope and Charity...Three Dikes from the Women¹s Liberation Movement...The baited rat trap was the artist¹s signature always...The settee was found in a Mexican monastery...A Victorian Chinese pagoda², watercolor and ink on paper, unsigned, c. 1966-72, 30 in. x 22 1/2 in., both unframed. Accompanied by two piece exhibition announcement ³Victorian Fantasies: Watercolors by Perk Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri, October 21-November 12, 1977 and The Washington Post, Sunday, June 11, 1972, article by Robert Myers entitled ³Perkins Harnly: The Artist Behind the Meat Counter².