Peter Norbeck (1870-1936) helped shape South Dakota as we know it today. He was very involved in the circumstances that let to the carving of Mount Rushmore as well as helping Frank Ashford get the opportunity to paint President Coolidge and First Lady Grace. He was Governor and a U.S. Senator. This painting, along with the Coolidge paintings, hang in the State Game Lodge in Custer South Dakota. They are under glass which makes them very difficult to photograph. It is a large painting, 60 x 48 inches. It is signed, F.C. Ashford 1927.