Illustration by Felix Leigh.
S. W. Partridge & Co: London. Ca 1900-1910.
Images worth remembering!
“I don’t believe there are any fish here, after all,” he said, after half an hour, during which he caught nothing.
No sooner had he said this, than he caught a little sun fish.
Before the morning was half gone, he had enough fish for dinner.
The Tale of Jimmie Piggy.
By Marjorie Manners
The Platt & Nourse Co.: New York. 1918.
“She sat down upon one of these pearls.”
. . . great icebergs were floating about. These, she said, looked like pearls, although all were much larger than the church towers in the land of human beings. She sat down upon one of these pearls, and let the wind play with her long hair; but then all the ships set their sails in fear, and sailed away as quickly as they could.
Hans Andersen’s Fairy Tales.
By William Woodburn.
Illustrated by Gordon Robinson.
W. & R. Chambers, Limited: London & Edinburgh. 1917.
Soon they will sup from a beautiful dish,
Modeled in clay, on tortillas and fish.
Then, when the stars are all lighted, perchance
Off they will run to the plaza to dance.
Songs in their hearts and sweet bells on their clothes;
Gay little Mexicans, give me a rose!
Kids of Many Colors.
By Grace Duffie Boylan and Ike Morgan.
Hurst and Company Publishers: New York. 1901.