A 1921 woodblock print by Charles W. Bartlett
Mary Pickford photographed by John Frederick “Fred” Hartsook.
“She stood at the door and begged for a piece of barley-corn” from Hans Andersen’s Fairy Tales (1913)
Blue Beard from Old-Time Stories (1921)
“I have been sitting here waiting for you for many a hundred years” from The Water-Babies (1915)
With thanks to Golden Age Illustrations of W. Heath Robinson edited by Jeff A. Menges
N.C. Wyeth, with thanks to the Golden Age blog.
“Queen Elizabeth Going Aboard the Golden Hind,” from a panel at Lloyd’s Register by Frank Brangwyn
By Jessie Willcox Smith for In the Closed Room (1904) by Frances Hodgson Burnett
Poster by Jessie Willcox Smith
“The playing today was even a lovelier, happier thing than it had ever been before.” From In the Closed Room by Frances Hodgson Burnett.
A 1913 illustration by Charles Folkard for an Arabian Nights tale, The Story of Aladdin, or the Wonderful Lamp, “The Magician presently set them on fire; and when they were in a blaze, threw in some incense he had about him, which raised a great cloud of smoke…”