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Illustrations for "A Born Farmer"

Bertha C. Day is the illustrator. Bertha Corson Day Bates (1875-1968) was a Philadelphia painter andillustrator, a pupil of Howard Pyle. She studied at the Drexel Institute and worked for Harper Brothers,Little Brown, and other publishers.
 


Opening in McClure's

Trudging home at nightfall from his day's work.

"No, no, I'm all out o' farmin',"

"Under the bare apple-tree boughs were two figures walking slowly."


Illustrations gathered courtesy of the University of Iowa Library: Special Collections and InformationArcade.


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