Tag Archives: Ethel Reed

Talk at the Library of Congress

When The Beautiful Poster Lady was published in the spring of 2013, Mark Dimunation of the Library of Congress asked me to give a talk about Ethel Reed in the Rosenwald Room at the LC. The Library has now released … Continue reading

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Posters in Miniature (1896)

Posters in Miniature, with an Introduction by Edward Penfield (New York: R. H. Russell & Son, 1896. Includes this unpublished poster design by Ethel Reed.

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“Sail a Boat,” St. Nicholas (1895)

 “‘Sail a boat?’ Away they go, and which can spin the longer —oh?” St. Nicholas: An Illustrated Magazine for Young Folks 22 (September 1895): 938. Illustration.

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“Ethel Reed by Herself,” Bookman (1895)

[Detail] J[ames] M[acArthur], “A Chat with Miss Ethel Reed,” The Bookman (New York) 2 (December 1895): 277–81. “Ethel Reed. By herself” (p. 277). [Update, 22 May 2013] Inset into one corner of this illustration is a small photograph of Ethel Reed … Continue reading

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Bagby — Miss Träumerei (1895)

[Photo credit: New York Public Library] Albert Morris Bagby, “Miss Träumerei”: A Weimar Idyl (Boston: Lamson, Wolffe & Co., 1895). Poster.

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“Butterfly Thoughts,” St. Nicholas (1894)

“Butterfly Thoughts,” St. Nicholas: An Illustrated Magazine for Young Folks 21 (June 1894): 669. Illustration.

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“The Work of Miss Ethel Reed,” International Studio (1897)

[Photo credits: John Lehner] “The Work of Miss Ethel Reed.” International Studio 10 (1897): 230-36. These drawings are all described as previously unpublished. [Update, 23 May 2013: The illustrations have now been added.]

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