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"Phoebe Deane" by Grace Livingston Hill

Grace Livingston Hill's "Phoebe Deane"is the second book of the "Marcia Schuyler" trilogy. While Marcia Schuyler plays only a small part in this volume, quirky-but-lovable Miranda Griscomb comes to the forefront as Phoebe Dean's champion.

While we present several of these Edward Lamson Henry images in color, these originally appeared in monochrome. The web doesn't do Henry's vivid colors justice. There's nothing more amazing than standing in front of a real E.L. Henry masterpiece—the colors are breathtaking!

Variation of "The Gossips" by E. L. Henry

"Miranda Went Out to See What Was Wanted"

A variation of THE GOSSIPS, 1908
E. L.. Henry

Monochrome plate from a J. B. Lippincott Second Edition


 

"The Arrival of the Stage" by E. L. Henry

"He Stood Leaning Against a Post Watching the Coach
as it Rolled Down the Village Street"

THE ARRIVAL OF THE STAGE
E. L.. Henry, 1904 ~ Oil on Canvas, 12 1/8" x 21 1/4"

Monochrome plate from a J. B. Lippincott Second Edition




 

Model Photograph by E. L. Henry

"Miranda, the Very Impersonation of Mischief, Standing in the Doorway"

Photograph ~ Possibly Miss M. E. Powel of Newport, Rhode Island, 1872
E. L.. Henry

Monochrome plate from a J. B. Lippincott Second Edition

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