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Illustration on Page 222a of the  S.W. Partridge & Co, Ltd. Reprint, Depicting Ellen Arriving at the Marshman's
This illustration, appearing on page 222a of the  S.W. Partridge & Co., Ltd. edition, depicts Alice, Ellen, and John arriving at the Marshman's. Alice, wrapped in a heavy shawl, is being greeted by Miss Sophia in a formal room while Ellen and John stand behind her, watching the encounter. Through the open door that Alice, Ellen, and John entered through, the back of a sleigh is visible as it sits surrounded by snow. The warmth of the encounter is contrasted with the winter weather outside the home. Below the illustration a caption quotes a sentence from page 223 and reads, "She kissed Alice a great many times, seeming very glad to see her."
Subjects: Arriving at the Marshman’s, Ellen, John, Alice, Sophia Marshman
Illustration on Page 564a of the  Grosset & Dunlap Reprint, Depicting Ellen Reuniting with John in Scotland
This black and white illustration, found on page 564a of the  Grosset & Dunlap reprint, depicts Ellen Reuniting with John in Scotland. In the illustration, Ellen is approaching John with open arms to embrace him. A caption below the illustration reads, "With a spring she reached him." The scene depicted is on page 564 of the novel.
Subjects: Reuniting with John in Scotland, Ellen, John
Full-Color Plate on Page 466b of the  Collins’ Clear-Type Press Reprint, Depicting Ellen Greeting Grandmother Lindsay
This full-color illustration, found on page 466b of the  Collins' Clear-Type Press reprint, depicts Ellen greeting grandmother Lindsay. In the illustration, Ellen is standing before grandmother Lindsay in a yellow dress and bonnet as grandmother Lindsay stretches out her arms for an embrace. A caption below the illustration reads, "Ellen sprang forward."
Subjects: Greeting Grandmother Lindsay, Ellen, Grandmother Lindsay
Full-Color Plate on Page 346b of the  Collins' Clear-Type Press Reprint, Depicting Ellen Meeting the Brownie
This full-color illustration, found on page 346b of the  Collins' Clear-Type Press reprint, depicts Ellen meeting the Brownie. In the illustration, Ellen is reaching out her hand to pet the horse Brownie as John and Ellen Chauncey watch. A caption below the illustration reads, "Oh, what a beauty!"
Subjects: Ellen, John, Ellen Chauncey, The Brownie
Illustration on Page 375 of the 1903 J. B. Lippincott "New Edition" Reprint, Depicting Ellen Meeting the Brownie
This black and white illustration, appearing on page 375 of the 1903 J. B. Lippincott "New Edition" reprint, depicts Ellen meeting The Brownie. Ellen stands next to Ellen Chauncey as Sophia Marshman watches Ellen from a distance. Thomas leads The Brownie to the front of the porch where Ellen can see him. Captain Parry, Alice's cat, stands near Ellen's feet. Several trees and bushes stand behind The Brownie, and an open field extends into the distance. The busyness in the foreground of the illustration, accentuated by the multiple characters appearing in the scene, is relieved by the landscape in the background as the scene opens up into nature.
Subjects: Meeting the Brownie, Ellen, Thomas, The Brownie, Sophia Marshman, Ellen Chauncey, Captain Parry