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Illustration on page 54 of the [1918] Thomas Nelson & Sons, Ltd. Abridged Reprint, Depicting Alice Telling Ellen of Her Illness

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This black and white in text illustration appears on page 54 of the [1918] Thomas Nelson & Sons, Ltd. Abridged Reprint, depicts Alice telling Ellen of her illness. In the illustration, Alice is sitting in a chair, resting her hand on the top of Ellen's head as Ellen is leaning against her with her head on Alice's lap.

Subjects: Ellen, Alice, Alice Telling Ellen of Her Illness

Identifier: 10DES_33_54

Frontispiece to the [1879] Milner & Sowerby Reprint, Depicting George Marshman Approaching Ellen with his Book of Hymns Aboard the Steamboat

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This black and white frontispiece is from the 1879 Milner & Sowerby Reprint. It depicts Ellen's "friend", George Marshman, and Ellen together on the deck of the steamboat. Ellen is sitting on a bench, her ankles crossed and her hands clasped in her lap. Ellen has her head turned toward the lake with a forlorn face. George Marshman is standing, looking down at her, as he flips through his hymn book, reading it to give her comfort.

Subjects: The Steamboat, Ellen, George Marshman, Reading

Identifier: 29CIA_14

Illustration on Page 368b of the [1896] Walter Scott, Ltd. Reprint, Depicting Ellen, John, Mr. Humphreys, and Margery at Alice's Deathbed

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This black and white illustration on page 368b of the [1896] Walter Scott, Ltd. "Complete Edition" reprint, depicts Ellen, Margery, and the Humphreys grieving Alice's deathbed. In the illustration, Alice is laying in bed, looking at John as leans over and places a hand on her as Ellen stands behind him, face in her hands. Mr. Humphreys and Margery stand by the door behind Ellen. A caption below the illustration reads, "He took away one of her hands from under her face." The scene depicted in this illustration is on page 370 of the novel.

Subjects: Alice’s Deathbed, Ellen, Mr. Humphreys, Alice, John, Margery

Identifier: 39CIA_33_368b

Illustration on Page 456a of the [1907] Grosset & Dunlap Reprint, Depicting Ellen Singing Hymns to Ease the Grieving of John and Mr. Humphreys

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This black and white illustration, found on page 456a of the [1907] Grosset & Dunlap reprint, depicts Ellen singing hymns to ease the grieving John and Mr. Humphreys. In the illustration, Ellen is sitting up straight and singing to the grieving John who is leaning against the mantel of the fireplace with a hand covering his face and Mr. Humphreys who is sitting with his eyes closed and listenting contently to Ellen's singing. Mr. Humphrey's and John are cast in shadow while Ellen is less harshly shaded at the forefront of the illustration.This illustration is shaded darker than the rest that appear in this edition. A caption below the illustration reads, "She sang clearly and sweetly as ever now." The scene depicted in this illustration is on page 456.

Subjects: Singing Hymns, Ellen, Mr. Humphreys, John

Identifier: 16CIA_33_456a

Illustration on Page 64a of the [1907] Grosset & Dunlap Reprint, Depicting Ellen Saying Goodbye to Mamma

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This black and white illustration, found on page 64a of the [1907] Grosset & Dunlap reprint, depicts Ellen saying goodbye to her mother. In the illustration, Ellen is embracing her mother in bed as her father reaches for her to come with him. A caption below the illustration reads, "It seemed as if she would pour out her very heart in tears." The scene depicted in this illustration is on page 65 of the novel.

Subjects: Saying Goodbye to Mamma, Ellen, Mamma, Papa

Identifier: 16CIA_33_64a

Frontispiece to the [1898] A. L. Burt Co. "The Home Library" Reprint, Depicting Alice Telling John of Her Illness

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This black and white illustration, appearing as the frontispiece to the [1898] A. L. Burt Company "The Home Library" reprint, depicts Alice telling John of her illness. A caption below the illustration quotes a sentence from page 422 and reads, "Alice's head found its old place on her brother's shoulder." In the illustration, Alice and John sit on a bench, Alice resting her head on John's shoulder, and John clasping Alice's hand. A young girl, possibly Ellen, stands behind them, looking out at the hills that extend into the distance behind the pair. Indistinct trees stand around the bench where Alice and John sit, framing the intimate scene.

Subjects: Alice, John

Identifier: 12CIA_14

Illustration on Page 368b of the [1896] Walter Scott, Ltd. "Complete Edition" Reprint, Depicting Ellen, Margery, and the Humphreys Grieving at Alice's Deathbed

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This black and white illustration on page 368b of the [1896] Walter Scott, Ltd. "Complete Edition" reprint, depicts Ellen, Margery, and the Humphreys grieving Alice's deathbed. In the illustration, Alice is laying in bed, looking at John as leans over and places a hand on her as Ellen stands behind him, face in her hands. Mr. Humphreys and Margery stand by the door behind Ellen. A caption below the illustration reads, "He took away one of her hands from under her face." The scene depicted in this illustration is on page 370 of the novel.

Subjects: Alice’s Deathbed, Ellen, John, Alice, Margery, Mr. Humphreys

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Identifier: 10CIA_33_368b