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[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.) Advertisements
[Photo credit: Mark Samuels Lasner Collection] Cover of the Yellow Book 12 (January 1897).
[Photo credit: Mark Samuels Lasner Collection] “A Vision,” Yellow Book 13 (April 1897): 127. Illustration.
[Photo credit: Mark Samuels Lasner Collection] Title-page of the Yellow Book 12 (January 1897).
Ethel Reed had a brief but extraordinary career as a graphic artist in Boston and London during the 1890s. Born in Newburyport, Mass., in 1874, and a protégé of Laura C. Hills, she was largely self-taught as an artist. In … Continue reading
[Photo credit: Mark Samuels Lasner Collection] “Almost a Portrait,” Yellow Book 12 (January 1897): 63. Illustration.