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 together over 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

In this 1880s science fiction story the protagonists are visiting the North Pole of Venus in their flying saucer or spaceship. [more...] [$]

[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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