The brochure for Remington's 1909 annual exhibition at the Knoedler galleries in New York included this list of artworks. A conflict with the timing of another Knoedler show delayed his exhibition's opening, which Remington missed due to a "rheumatic foot" (he was able to view the installation the day before it closed). This list was likely annotated by Remington (a note written on the brochure's cover implies this). The paintings underlined were sold, as was The Luckless Hunter (in the adjacent gallery). The prices in pencil cohere to the sales recorded in Remington's diary, although he entered $1,000, not $1,200, for The Gossip[s]. This exhibition brought Remington the positive critical recognition as a painter that he had long desired, before his untimely death just 15 days after the exhibition closed.