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Category Archives: Cover designs
Footlights: A Weekly Journal for the Theatre-Goers (Philadelphia). Cover design, 1896. Advertisements
[Photo credit: Boston Public Library] Alice Brown, The Road to Castaly: A Book of Poems. Boston: Copeland & Day, 1896. Cover design. [Update, 23 May 2013] Image added.
Ethelwyn Wetherald, The House of the Trees and Other Poems (Boston and New York: Lamson, Wolffe & Co., 1895). Poster, cover design, title-page. National Museum of American History copy inscribed “Compliments of Ethel Reed | August – 1895.”
[Photo credits: John Lehner] Clinton Scollard, The Hills of Song (Boston: Copeland & Day, 1895). Cover design.
[Photo credit: Mark Samuels Lasner Collection] Cover of the Yellow Book 12 (January 1897).
[Photo credits: John Lehner] [Photo credit: Library of Congress] Gertrude Smith, The Arabella and Araminta Stories (Boston: Copeland & Day, 1895). The cover design, illustrations, and endpapers are by Ethel Reed. Copeland & Day also issued a large paper edition (fifteen copies) … Continue reading
[Photo credit: Library of Congress] [Photo credit: John Lehner] [Photo credit: John Lehner] Charles Knowles Bolton, The Love-Story of Ursula Wolcott: Being a Tale in Verse of the Time of the “Great Revival” in New England (Boston: Lamson, Wolffe & Co., 1895). Ethel … Continue reading