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Harper's: March

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's, October

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's, June

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's: March

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Compagnie Française des Chocolats et des Thès

Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen (French (born Switzerland), Lausanne 1859–1923 Paris)

La Troupe de Mademoiselle Eglantine

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (French, Albi 1864–1901 Saint-André-du-Bois)

Lippincott's: May

William L. Carqueville (American, Chicago, Illinois 1871–1946)

Boston Park Guide Including Municipal and Metropolitan Systems, with Maps and Illustrations

Charles Herbert Woodbury (American, Lynn, Massachusetts 1864–1940 Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts)

The Century: Midsummer Holiday Number

Louis John Rhead (American, born England, 1857–1926)

Folly or Saintliness

Ethel Reed (American, 1874–after 1900)

Lippincott's: June

William L. Carqueville (American, Chicago, Illinois 1871–1946)

Palmer Cox's Famous Brownie Books

Palmer Cox (Canadian, Granby, Quebec 1840–1924 Granby, Quebec)

The Century: October

H. M. Lawrence (American, active 1890s)

The Chap-Book

Frank Hazenplug (American, 1873/74–1931)

The Century, midsummer holiday number

Poster shows a woman with a fan with sailboats in the background.

The Princess Aline by Richard Harding Davis, illustrated by C.D. Gibson

Advertisement poster illustrated with head and shoulders of a woman.

Philadelphia Sunday Press: November 10th

George Reiter Brill (American, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1867–1918 Florida)

Advertisement for Philadelphia Sunday Press: June 2, 1895

George Reiter Brill (American, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1867–1918 Florida)

The Century for Xmas / L.J.R.

Bearded man, with crown of holly, carrying tray of hot plum pudding, and two children holding candles.

Harper's: The German Struggle for Liberty, July

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's: January

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Modern Art

Arthur Wesley Dow (American, Ipswich, Massachusetts 1857–1922 New York State)

Lippincott's, December

Joseph J. Gould, Jr. (American, 1880–1935)

Lippincott's: April

William L. Carqueville (American, Chicago, Illinois 1871–1946)

Lippincott's: October

William L. Carqueville (American, Chicago, Illinois 1871–1946)

La Revue Blanche

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (French, Albi 1864–1901 Saint-André-du-Bois)

Aetna Dynamite

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Scribners: XMAS

Louis John Rhead (American, born England, 1857–1926)

May Belfort

May Belfort (born May Egan) was an Irish singer who made a name for herself on the stages of Parisian nightclubs with her nonsensical songs and her ever-present black cat, seen in Lautrec's promotional poster. ... more

Morning Journal

Louis John Rhead (American, born England, 1857–1926)

The Princess Sonia: A Romance of Girl Art Life in Paris

Charles Dana Gibson (American, Roxbury, Massachusetts 1867–1944 New York)

Women's edition - The Press Thanksgiving eve, Nov. 27th 1895 / / Marianna Sloan.

Poster announcing the Thanksgiving 1895 issue of the women's edition of The Press, showing two people standing before a notice posted on the wall of a room.

Lippincott's: September

William L. Carqueville (American, Chicago, Illinois 1871–1946)

Jacques Damour

Ethel Reed (American, 1874–after 1900)

The Sun

Louis John Rhead (American, born England, 1857–1926)

L. Prang & Co.s: Holiday

Louis John Rhead (American, born England, 1857–1926)

Scribner's: Charles Dana Gibson, August

William Sergeant Kendall (American, Spuyten Duyvil, New York 1869–1938 Hot Springs, Virginia)

People We Pass: Stories of Life among the Masses of New York City

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's, November

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's: Joan of Arc, April

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Philadelphia Sunday Press: September 29th

George Reiter Brill (American, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1867–1918 Florida)

The Boston Sunday Hearld - ladies want it Feb. 24 / Boston Eng. Co. ; E. Reed.

Print shows a portrait of a woman, half-length, right profile, sitting, reading a newspaper, with flowers in the background. Possibly a self-portrait by artist Ethel Reed.

April, May, June, 1897

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Elles (poster for 1896 exhibition at La Plume)

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (French, Albi 1864–1901 Saint-André-du-Bois)

The Red Letter

Elisha Brown Bird (American, Dorchester, Massachusetts 1867–1943 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

R.H. Russell & Son Calendar, 1897

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

The True Mother Goose

Blanche McManus Mansfield (American, East Feliciana, Louisiana 1870–1929)

Harper's November

Poster shows a driver and passenger in a horse-drawn taxicab.

Three Gringos in Central America and Venezuela by Richard Harding Davis

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

July, August, September

Louis John Rhead (American, born England, 1857–1926)

The August Century. Midsummer holiday number / designed by J.C. Leyendecker.

Art nouveau poster showing woman with poppies and other flowers.

January, February, March, 1897

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

The New York Herald: XMAS Number

Louis John Rhead (American, born England, 1857–1926)

The New York Herald: Easter Number

Louis John Rhead (American, born England, 1857–1926)

The New York Sunday Herald

Charles Hubbard Wright (American, Knightstown, Indiana 1870–1939)

Advertisement for Philadelphia Sunday Press: Ferbruard 9, 1896

George Reiter Brill (American, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1867–1918 Florida)

Advertisement for Philadelphia Sunday Press: April 7, 1896

George Reiter Brill (American, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1867–1918 Florida)

Advertisement for Philadelphia Sunday Press: February 2d, 1896

George Reiter Brill (American, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1867–1918 Florida)

Harper's: June

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's: September

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's Magazine: On Snow Shoes to the Barren Grounds

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Time and the Hour

Ethel Reed (American, 1874–after 1900)

[1897 January, February, March] / Edward Penfield.

Poster, which is first page of a calendar, shows woman in evening gown holding flowers.

Elles (poster for 1896 exhibition at La Plume)

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (French, Albi 1864–1901 Saint-André-du-Bois)

R.H. Russell Poster Calendar 1897

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

January, February, March, 1897

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

July, August, September, 1897

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

R.H. Russell & Son Calendar, 1897

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Poster Calendar, 1897

Louis John Rhead (American, born England, 1857–1926)

Meadow Grass

Louis John Rhead (American, born England, 1857–1926)

Philadelphia Sunday Press: January 12th

George Reiter Brill (American, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1867–1918 Florida)

Ride a Stearns and be content / J. Ottmann Lith. Co., Puck Bld'g, N.Y.

Poster advertising Stearns bicycles, showing a woman cyclist.

Harper's: March

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's: May

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's: August

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's: In Washington's Day, January

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

The Century Magazine: June

Louis John Rhead (American, born England, 1857–1926)

January, February, March 1897

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's May / Edward Penfield.

Woman holding two cats.

The Poster: Miss Art and Miss Litho, March

Elisha Brown Bird (American, Dorchester, Massachusetts 1867–1943 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

Lippincott's: December

Joseph J. Gould, Jr. (American, 1880–1935)

The Chap-Book

Frank Hazenplug (American, 1873/74–1931)

January, February, March, 1897

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)