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Illustrations for "An Every-day Girl"

These illustrations are by Alice Barber Stephens (Mrs. Charles H. Stephens, 1858-c.1929) She studied in Philadelphia and won several prizes for her works. She produced many magazine illustrations during her career. (Source: Mantle Fielding's Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors, and Engravers.) These copies are available courtesy of the University of Iowa Libraries.


"She was curiously light-hearted that day. Was it the fragrance of the spring air and the blossoming trees?"




 

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"Neither of the two spoke until the silence became embarrassing."
 


"It isn't the thing we do, but the way we do it, that can make us famous."




 

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"At last she grew frightened and got up and went softly down stairs."
 

"She suddenly looked surprised and listened intently to a long message."



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"They kissed and kissed each other."
 


 



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