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Lloyd Osbourne (1868–1947)

American author Created by: PICRYLDated: 2022
See in the print how, moved by him
Lloyd Osbourne (1868–1947) was born in San Francisco, California on April 7, 1868, Samuel Lloyd Osbourne was the first son of Fanny and Samuel Osbourne and spent his youth growing up in Oakland. At the age of seven, Sammy (as he was then known) and his traveled to Europe with his mother, sister, and younger brother, eventually settling in Paris. After the death of his younger brother, Hervey, in 1876 the family moved to Grez-sur-Loing where they met Robert Louis Stevenson (whom he nicknamed “Luly”).
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Robert Louis Stevenson at Royal Luau, 1889 (PP-98-12-004)

Robert Louis Stevenson at Royal Luau, 1889 (PP-98-12-004)

Photograph of Royal Luau thrown by King Kalakaua with Robert Louis Stevenson and Queen Liliuokalani. This photograph was taken at the Henry Poor residence in Waikiki. Others present are Fanny Stevenson, her chi... More

Robert Louis Stevenson at Royal Luau, 1889

Robert Louis Stevenson at Royal Luau, 1889

Photograph of Royal Luau thrown by King Kalakaua with Robert Louis Stevenson and Queen Liliuokalani. This photograph was taken at the Henry Poor residence in Waikiki. Others present are Fanny Stevenson, her chi... More

Robert Louis Stevenson with Princess Liliuokalani circa 1889

Robert Louis Stevenson with Princess Liliuokalani circa 1889

Robert Louis Stevenson with Princess Liliuokalani circa 1889.

Robert Louis Stevenson, Lloyd Osbourne, and Kalakaua in the King's boathouse (PP-96-14-011)

Robert Louis Stevenson, Lloyd Osbourne, and Kalakaua in the King's boa...

Robert Louis Stevenson with Lloyd Osbourne and King Kalakaua in the King's Boat House (1889).

Stevenson Family with Kalakaua (PP-96-14-010)

Stevenson Family with Kalakaua (PP-96-14-010)

Photo of King Kalakaua with the Stevenson family. Right to left: Stevenson's mother, Kalakaua, Stevenson and wife Fanny, and stepson.

The-Ebb-Tide-Meteyard

The-Ebb-Tide-Meteyard

Cover and title page for the first US printing of The Ebb-Tide by Robert Louis Stevenson and Lloyd Osbourne

Alone above the stream it stands

Alone above the stream it stands

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

Broad-gazing on untrodden lands

Broad-gazing on untrodden lands

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

Come lend me an attentive ear

Come lend me an attentive ear

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

Industrious pirate ! see him sweep

Industrious pirate ! see him sweep

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

Mark, printed on the opposite page

Mark, printed on the opposite page

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

Moral Emblems

Moral Emblems

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

Now long enough had day endured

Now long enough had day endured

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

Reader, your soul upraise to see

Reader, your soul upraise to see

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

See how the children in the print

See how the children in the print

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

See in the print how, moved by him

See in the print how, moved by him

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

The Abbot for a walk went out

The Abbot for a walk went out

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

The careful angler chose his nook

The careful angler chose his nook

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

The echoing bridge you here may see

The echoing bridge you here may see

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

The first pine to the second said

The first pine to the second said

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

The first to bound upon the deck

The first to bound upon the deck

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

The frozen peaks he once explored

The frozen peaks he once explored

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

The howling desert miles around

The howling desert miles around

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

The perilous seas I still avoided

The perilous seas I still avoided

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 005

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 005

Illustration from sheet 005 of Three Speeds Forward by Lloyd Osbourne (1906)

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 007

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 007

Illustration from sheet 007 of Three Speeds Forward by Lloyd Osbourne (1906)

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 006

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 006

Illustration from sheet 006 of Three Speeds Forward by Lloyd Osbourne (1906)

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 014

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 014

Illustration from sheet 014 of Three Speeds Forward by Lloyd Osbourne (1906)

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 037

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 037

Illustration from sheet 037 of Three Speeds Forward by Lloyd Osbourne (1906)

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 012

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 012

Illustration from sheet 012 of Three Speeds Forward by Lloyd Osbourne (1906)

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 055

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 055

Illustration from sheet 055 of Three Speeds Forward by Lloyd Osbourne (1906)

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 011

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 011

Illustration from sheet 011 of Three Speeds Forward by Lloyd Osbourne (1906)

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 013

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 013

Illustration from sheet 013 of Three Speeds Forward by Lloyd Osbourne (1906)

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 065

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 065

Illustration from sheet 065 of Three Speeds Forward by Lloyd Osbourne (1906)

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 015

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 015

Illustration from sheet 015 of Three Speeds Forward by Lloyd Osbourne (1906)

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 115

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 115

Illustration from sheet 115 of Three Speeds Forward by Lloyd Osbourne (1906)

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 035

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 035

Illustration from sheet 035 of Three Speeds Forward by Lloyd Osbourne (1906)

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 081

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 081

Illustration from sheet 081 of Three Speeds Forward by Lloyd Osbourne (1906)

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 099

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 099

Illustration from sheet 099 of Three Speeds Forward by Lloyd Osbourne (1906)

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 097

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 097

Illustration from sheet 097 of Three Speeds Forward by Lloyd Osbourne (1906)

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 019

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 019

Illustration from sheet 019 of Three Speeds Forward by Lloyd Osbourne (1906)

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 119

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 119

Illustration from sheet 119 of Three Speeds Forward by Lloyd Osbourne (1906)

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 121

Three Speeds Forward - illustration from sheet 121

Illustration from sheet 121 of Three Speeds Forward by Lloyd Osbourne (1906)

Three Speeds Forward - plate 1

Three Speeds Forward - plate 1

Illustration from 'Three Speeds Forward', by Lloyd Osbourne (1906)

Three Speeds Forward - plate 3

Three Speeds Forward - plate 3

Illustration from 'Three Speeds Forward', by Lloyd Osbourne (1906)

Three Speeds Forward - tailpiece type 2

Three Speeds Forward - tailpiece type 2

Tailpiece from 'Three Speeds Forward', by Lloyd Osbourne (1906)

Three Speeds Forward - tailpiece type 1

Three Speeds Forward - tailpiece type 1

Illustration from 'Three Speeds Forward', by Lloyd Osbourne (1906)

With storms a-weather, rocks a-lee

With storms a-weather, rocks a-lee

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

Lloyd osbourne

Lloyd osbourne

Photograph of Lloyd Osbourne (with Robert Louis Stevenson in b.g.) attending Royal Luau thrown by King Kalakaua. This photograph was taken at the Henry Poor residence in Waikiki.

Robert Louis Stevenson playing cards with family and friends (PBA Gallery)

Robert Louis Stevenson playing cards with family and friends (PBA Gall...

Robert Louis Stevenson playing cards with family and friends.

Robert Louis Stevenson with Princess Liliuokalani, c. 1889, PBA Galleries

Robert Louis Stevenson with Princess Liliuokalani, c. 1889, PBA Galler...

Robert Louis Stevenson with Princess Liliuokalani circa 1889.

Robert Louis Stevenson, Lloyd Osbourne, and Kalakaua in the King's boathouse (PBA Gallery)

Robert Louis Stevenson, Lloyd Osbourne, and Kalakaua in the King's boa...

Robert Louis Stevenson with Lloyd Osbourne and King Kalakaua in the King's Boat House (1889).

Robert Louis Stevenson, Lloyd Osbourne, and unidentified man (PBA Gallery)

Robert Louis Stevenson, Lloyd Osbourne, and unidentified man (PBA Gall...

Robert Louis Stevenson with Lloyd Osbourne and unidentified man.

Stevenson Family with Kalakaua on the Casco

Stevenson Family with Kalakaua on the Casco

King Kalakaua with the Stevenson family and others on the Casco.

Stevenson vailima

Stevenson vailima

Photograph of Robert Louis Stevenson and family at Vailima on the island of Upolu in Samoa. Left to right: Mary Carter, maid to Stevenson's mother; Lloyd Osbourne, Stevenson's stepson; Margaret Balfour, Steve... More

Stevenson Family with Kalakaua

Stevenson Family with Kalakaua

Photo of King Kalakaua with the Stevenson family. Right to left: Stevenson's mother, Kalakaua, Stevenson and wife Fanny, and stepson.

Stevenson Family with Kalakaua at a luau

Stevenson Family with Kalakaua at a luau

A Hawaiian feast is laid out on the floor of a house. King Kalakaua is sitting wearing a black bow tie, dark jacket and white trousers. He has a flower garland round his neck. To his right sits Belle Strong an... More

Robert Louis Stevenson at Royal Luau, 1889 (PP-98-12-004) (mono)

Robert Louis Stevenson at Royal Luau, 1889 (PP-98-12-004) (mono)

Photograph of Royal Luau thrown by King Kalakaua with Robert Louis Stevenson and Queen Liliuokalani. This photograph was taken at the Henry Poor residence in Waikiki. Others present are Fanny Stevenson, her ch... More