Cassell’s Family Magazine (page 2/2)

[picture: Frontispiece: A Girl’s Face, after Greuze]

Frontispiece: A Girl’s Face, after Greuze

This portrait, an engraving printed in red ink with a border in a delicate pale green, illustrates a poem by J. R> Eastwood: [more...] [$]

[picture: She was throwing his line herself.]

She was throwing his line herself.

The picture accompanies the first chapter of Mr. Trench of Brasenose: The Romance of a Long Vacation by Mary L. Armitt. [more...] [$]

[picture: Jean and George were Exchanging Glances and Whispered Words]

Jean and George were Exchanging Glances and Whispered Words

A young man in Victorian hiking gear, George, is sprawled on the grass near ayoung lady, Jean, who wears a bonnet and dress. In the background are several more people; the whol scene set in a grassy [...] [more...] [$]

[picture: Miss Fallutine Preferred to Walk]

Miss Fallutine Preferred to Walk

two women, wearing winter boots, furs, bonnets, walk arm in arm togetherover snowy grass. They carry skates. In the background are wooden fences and trees. [more...] [$]

[picture: Flying saucer over the glittering city of the North Pole]

Flying saucer over the glittering city of the North Pole

We poised our car over teh gilttering domes and towers of the great city of the North Pole. [$]

[picture: For One Brief Moment Our Eyes Met]

For One Brief Moment Our Eyes Met

In this scene from a late Victorian magazine, a well-dressed man using a crutch has raised his bowler hat in greeting to a lady with a parasol. The lady wears an elaborate dress and bonnet. The gate appears to be in an iron fence; behind it a path [...] [more...] [$]


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