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'Everything's got a moral, if only you can find it.' illustration by Gertrude Kay (1884-1939) American illustrator

Helping the Weatherman. Written and illustrated by Gertrude Alice Kay. New York: P. F. Volland Co.,1920. The story is a fantasy about two little children who meet a magical weatherman. Kay (1884-1939) studied illustration with Howard Pyle at the Drexel Institute. Along with other women students of Pyle including Sarah Stilwell Weber, Elizabeth Shippen Green, and others, Kay found success in the male-dominated world of commercial illustration.

I love the perspective. 鄉間小路三月號 by Ra Ra S' Va, via Flickr

Norbert Lebermann, Blaue Blumen, 1927. Illustrations by Lindner.

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"Simple Simon met a pieman..." illustration by Clara M. Burd for her book 'Mother Goose and Her Goslings', c. 1912-18. Courtesy The Texas Collection, Baylor University.