REPRODUCTION NUMBER(S): Library of Congress reproduction numbers, beginning with the prefix "LC-USZ," are provided here for the reader's convenience in obtaining photographs from the Library's Duplication Services.

Amid Gardens and Nature

  • Welcome, said the old man: will you come with us, ca. 1910. Ink on board. Published in Harper's Magazine, December 1910. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. LC-USZ62-51159; LC-USZC4-9396 (2)
  • Rising vigorously out of the earth was a little rose bush, ca. 1908. Watercolor and charcoal on board. Published in Harper's Magazine, August 1908. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. LC-USZ62-128610 ; LC-USZC4-6289 (8)
  • Life was made for love and cheer, ca. 1904. Watercolor and charcoal on board. Published in Harper's Magazine, September 1904. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. LC-USZ62-56041 ; LC-USZC4-1542 (4)
  • Won't you eat just one more kernal (sic), Thomas Jefferson? ca. 1905. Charcoal on board. Published in Harper's Magazine, June 1905. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. LC-USZ62-54785 ; LC-USZC4-9398 (9) Gift of Mrs. T.P. Huger.
  • Girl kneeling, n.d. Gelatin silver print. Collection of Ben and Jane Eisenstat (19)
  • Giséle, ca. 1908. Watercolor and charcoal. Published in Harper's Magazine, October 1908. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. LC-USZ62-53874 ; LC-USZC4-1374 (7)
  • The wind blowing off the glacier, fluttering her gown, ca. 1910. Charcoal on board. Published in Harper's Magazine, January 1910. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. LC-USZ62-56037 ; LC-USZC4-9401 (13)

Darkness and Dawn

  • So haunted at night with bat and owl and ghostly moth, ca. 1902. Charcoal on board. Published in Harper's Magazine, March 1902. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. LC-USZ62-128611 ; LC-USZC4-6328 (10) Gift of Mrs. Henry H. Bonnell.
  • Halley's comet at dawn, 1909. Charcoal on board. Published in Harper's Weekly, May 21, 1910. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. LC-USZ62-128613 ; LC-USZC4-9400 (12)

Envisioning Youth and Childhood

  • May Percy, 1904. Crayon and wash. Published in Thompson Buchanan. The Castle Comedy. New York and London: Harper and Brothers, 1904. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. LC-USZ62-56033 ; LC-USZC4-9399 (11) Gift of Mrs. Thomas B. Wells.
  • Aletha was not afraid of the old graveyard, ca. 1909. Charcoal on board. Published in Harper's Weekly, December 11, 1909. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. LC-USZ62-128614 ; LC-USZC4-9394 (1)
  • Madame Joly in no wise resembled the Madonna Botticelli in the Louvre: poor little one! She murmured, resting her cheek on the brown hair, ca. 1911. Charcoal on board. Published in Harper's Magazine, June 1911. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. LC-USZ62-46614 ; LC-USZC4-9396 (3)
  • The Library and Play Time In Harper's Magazine, August 1905. General Collections, Library of Congress. LC-USZ62-128609 ; LC-USZC4-9402 (15)
  • The Journey, 1903. Oil on board. Published in Harper's Magazine, December 1903. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. LC-USZ62-56042 ; LC-USZC4-1536 (5) Gift of James E. Verree Estate.
  • The Journey, 1903. Pen, ink, and watercolor on board. Published in Harper's Magazine, December 1903. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. LC-USZ62-56038 ; LC-USZC4-9397 (6)

The Storied Past

  • Once more the herald set the trumpet to his lips, ca. 1910. Oil and watercolor on board. Published in Harper's Magazine, May 1911. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. LC-USZ62-54786 ; LC-USZC4-614 (14)
  • Once more the herald set the trumpet to his lips and blew. In Richard Le Gallienne. The Maker of Rainbows and other Fairy Tales and Fables. New York and London: Harper and Brothers, 1912. General Collections, Library of Congress. LC-USZ62-128612 ; LC-USZC4-9404 (17)
  • "The Presentation of the Book" (frontispiece) and ornamented title page. In Charles and Mary Lamb. Tales from Shakespeare. Philadelphia: David Mackay, 1922. General Collections, Library of Congress. LC-USZ62-128607 ; LC-USZC4-9403 (16)
  • Nonsense verse for letter K. In Huger Elliott and Elizabeth Shippen Green Elliott. An Alliterative Alphabet Aimed at Adult Abecedarians. Philadelphia: David McKay, 1947. General Collections, Library of Congress. LC-USZ62-128608 ; LC-USZC4-9405 (18)

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