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Illustrations for "Peg's Little Chair" by Sarah Orne Jewett

These illustrations appeared with the original publication in Wide Awake (33:204-214) of August 1891.

Edmund H. Garrett (1853-1929) was a painter, illustrator, and etcher. He studied at the Academie Julien in Paris; was a pupil of Jean Paul Laurens, Boulanger and Lefebvre, Paris. He won a medal in Boston, 1890, and exhibited at the Paris Salon and principal exhibitions in America.

H. Dudley Murphy (1867-?) was a painter, illustrator, etcher, craftsman, and teacher. Murphy studied at the Boston Museum School and with J. P. Laurens in Paris. He won several medals for portraits, oil painting, and watercolors. His art is featured in several museums, and he was an instructor in drawing and a member of the Faculty of Architecture at Harvard University. (Source: Mantle Fielding's; Research: Chris Butler).


The first illustration appears to be by H. D. Murphy.

The second illustration is titled "Peg places her little chair at the service of Lafayette."

It is initialed by Edmund H. Garrett.


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