Ellen Bernard Thompson Pyle—Artwork 1900s
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To Have and To Hold
Mary Johnston. Houghton Mifflin Company. Several of Howard Pyle's students provided illustations for this book.
March 1901. "The Ubiquitous Mollie" by Mary M. Mears.
Ladies' Home Journal
August 1901. "My Boarding School for Girls" by Mary Louise Graham. Anna Whelan Betts also contributed an illustration for this article.
September 1901. Cover design and one illustration in "The College Scrapes We Got Into" by an anonymous author.
The Complete Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne
Nathaniel Hawthorne. Houghton Mifflin Company. Several of Howard Pyle's students contributed illustrations to this 22-volume set. Ellen Thompson's illustrations appear in volumes 2 and 3.
Anna Chapin Ray. Little, Brown, and Company.
A Daughter of the Rich
Mary Ella Waller. Little, Brown, and Company.
Brenda's Bargain, A Story for Girls
Helen Leah Reed. Little, Brown, and Company.
December 1903. Illustrated article, "Children of the People," by Jacob Riis.
November 14, 1903. Illustrated article, "A Million by Wireless," by Joseph Blethen.(need to add images)
July 1903. Illustrated article, "Kindergarten of the Streets," by Edith David.
St. Nicholas magazine
June 1903. Illustrated article, "The School-Room Dog," by Mary E. FitzGerald.
Elsie Dinsmore series
Martha Finley. Dodd, Mead, and Company. This portrait appeared on many dust jackets for Elsie Dinsmore books starting in 1905.
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