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Category Archives: Posters
Posters in Miniature, with an Introduction by Edward Penfield (New York: R. H. Russell & Son, 1896. Includes this unpublished poster design by Ethel Reed.
[Photo credit: New York Public Library] Albert Morris Bagby, “Miss Träumerei”: A Weimar Idyl (Boston: Lamson, Wolffe & Co., 1895). Poster.
Penny Magazine (Philadelphia), April 1896. Poster.
[Photo credit: Mark Samuels Lasner Collection] Richard Le Gallienne, The Quest of the Golden Girl: A Romance (London and New York: John Lane, 1896). Poster. (Done for the English edition, which was issued in February 1897.)
McClure’s Magazine. Poster.
The New Illustrated Magazine. Poster The New Illustrated Magazine was the American edition of The English Illustrated Magazine (published December 1896–March 1900).
Field Flowers: Eugene Field Monument Fund Souvenir (1896). Poster.