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Illustration on Page 528 of the 1892 J.B. Lippincott Co. "New Edition" Reprint, Depicting Ellen Missing Those at Home

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This black and white illustration appearing on page 528, of the 1892 J.B. Lippincott Co. "New Edition" Reprint, depicts Ellen sitting slightly removed from a little table and looking outside a very large window over the estate. Her posture is slightly hunched, as if to convey that she is carrying a large, emotional burden. Her expression is wistful as she contemplates and compares her new life with the Lindsay's with her life in America.

Subjects: Missing those at Home, Ellen

Identifier: 9CIA_33_528

Illustration on Page 545 of the 1896 Hodder and Stoughton Reprint, Depicting Mr. Lindsay Observing Ellen

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This black and white illustration appearing on page 545, of the 1896 Hodder and Stoughton Reprint, depicts Mr. Lindsay observing Ellen. A shadowed Mr. Lindsay stands in the doorway to a darkened room, where Ellen is sitting on the floor of the room, resting against the seat of a chair and looking out a window. She wears a pale dress, her fingers are laced on the seat cushion, and her glowing, yet melancholic face is turned towards the incoming light. Beneath the illustration is the caption "Mr. Lindsay stood still at the door," and Page 545. This illustration first appeared on page 544b of the 1892 J.B. Lippincott Co. "New Edition," Reprint (see 9CIA).

Subjects: Mr. Lindsay Observing Ellen, Mr. Lindsay, Ellen

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Identifier: 3UVA_33_545

Illustration on Page 528 of the 1896 Hodder and Stoughton Reprint, Depicting Ellen Missing Those at Home

3UVA_HodderStoughton_1896_528_web.jpg

This black and white illustration appearing on page 528, of the 1896 Hodder and Stoughton Reprint, depicts Ellen sitting slightly removed from a little table and looking outside a very large window over the estate. Her posture is slightly hunched, as if to convey that she is carrying a large, emotional burden. Her expression is wistful as she contemplates and compares her new life with the Lindsay's with her life in America. This illustration first appeared on page 528, of the 1892 J. B. Lippincott Co. "New Edition" Reprint (see 9CIA).

Subjects: Missing those at Home, Ellen

Identifier: 3UVA_33_528

Frontispiece to the 1853 T. Nelson & Sons Reprint, Depicting Ellen and Mamma in the Parlour

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This black and white frontispiece is from the 1853 Nelson&Sons Reprint. It depicts Ellen and her mother sitting in the parlour, holding each other. It is a scene from page 43, where Ellen gifts her birds to her mother in exchange for a kiss. In the background is a window looking out, with some foliage framing the scene and a table sits next to them with a basket of birds. Ellen is dressed in dark while her mother, looking down at her child, is dressed in light colors.

Subjects: The Parlour, Ellen, Mamma

Identifier: 31UVA_14

Frontispiece to the 1853 T. Nelson & Sons "Nelson's Library for Travellers and the Fireside" Reprint, Depicting Ellen in the Parlour with Mamma

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This black and white frontispiece is from the 1853 Nelson & Sons "Library for Travellers and the Fireside" Reprint. It depicts a scene from page 43, where Ellen and her mother are in the Parlour. Ellen's other sits in her chair, her daughter kneeling before. Behind them is a little table, facing an open window. On the table, is a basket of birds. The quote at the bottom of the image says, "Now, mamma, these birds are mine you know, and I give them to you. You must pay me a kiss for them, mamma; they are worth that.--Page 43.

Subjects: The Parlour, Ellen, Mamma, Receiving the Birds

Identifier: 46CIA_14

Illustration on Page 528 of the 1903 J.B. Lippincott Co. "New Edition" Reprint, Depicting Ellen Missing those at Home While in Scotland

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This black and white illustration on page 528, of the 1903 J. B. Lippincott Co. "New Edition" Reprint, depicts Ellen sitting slightly removed from a little table and looking outside a very large window over the estate. Her posture is slightly hunched, as if to convey that she is carrying a large, emotional burden. Her expression is wistful as she contemplates and compares her new life with the Lindsay's with her life in America. This illustration first appeared on page 528, of the 1892 J. B. Lippincott Co. "New Edition" Reprint (see 9CIA).

Subjects: Missing those at Home, Ellen

Identifier: 14CIA_33_528

Illustration on Page 304d of Volume Two of the 1888 J.B. Lippincott Co. Reprint Depicting Mr. Lindsay Observing Ellen

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This illustration, appearing on page 304 of the 1888 J.B. Lippincott & Co. edition, depicts Mr. Lindsay observing Ellen. A shadowed Mr. Lindsay stands in the doorway to a darkened room, where Ellen is sitting on the floor of the room, resting against the seat of a chair and looking out a window. She wears a pale dress, her fingers are laced on the seat cushion, and her glowing, yet melancholic face is turned towards the incoming light. Beneath the illustration, in a cursive script, is the name of the artist, Frederick Dielman, and the line "Mr. Lindsey stood still at the door," from page 304 of the text. At the very bottom of the page, in the same script, is the title of the book along with the volume and page number. This illustration first appeared on page 544b of the 1892 J. B. Lippincott Co. "New Edition" Reprint (see 9CIA).

Subjects: Mr. Lindsay Observing Ellen, Ellen, Mr. Lindsay

Identifier: 6CIA_33_304d