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Illustration on Page 368a of the  Walter Scott, Ltd. Reprint Depicting Ellen, John, Mr. Humphreys, and Margery at Alice's Deathbed
This black and white illustration on page 368b of the  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
Illustration on Page 90b of the  Collins' Clear-Type Press Reprint Depicting Ellen Arriving at Aunt Fortune's
This full color plate is from the 1907 Collins' Clear-Type Press Reprint. It depicts a scene from page 90 of Ellen arriving at Aunt Fortune's. Ellen is sitting at the table still in her blue traveling clothes. Aunt Fortune, in a brown dress and white apron, is looking over at Mr. Van Brunt standing in the doorway. Mr. Van Brunt is still dressed in his traveling clothes as well, a long brown coat and his coonskin hat. The line beneath is a quote from Aunt Fortune; "Where did you find her?" At the far left of the quote are three w's.
Subjects: Arriving at Aunt Fortune's, Mr. Van Brunt, Ellen, Aunt Fortune
Illustration on Page 220a of the  S.W. Partridge & Co. Reprint Depicting Ellen, Alice, and John Arriving at the Marshmans’
This black and white illustration, appearing on page 220a of the  S.W. Partridge & Co. reprint, 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 Marshmans’, Ellen, Alice, Sophia Marshman, John
Frontispiece to the  Grosset & Dunlap Reprint, Version 1 Depicting Mr. Van Brunt Scolding Aunt Fortune for Her Treatment of Ellen
This black and white frontispiece, of the  Grosset & Dunlap reprint, depicts Mr. Van Brunt scolding Aunt Fortune for her treatment of Ellen. In the illustration, Mr. Van Brunt is walking out the door as Ellen looks down while clutching the skirt of her dress and Aunt Fortune watches him leave with crossed arms. A caption below the illustration reads, "'Thank you, ma'am, I've heard enough," said that gentleman" The scene depicted in this illustration is on page 183 of the novel.
Subjects: Ellen, Mr. Van Brunt, Aunt Fortune
Tags: doorway, observation
Illustration on Page 464b of the  Walter Scott, Ltd. "Complete Edition" Reprint Depicting Ellen Reuniting with John in Scotland
This black and white illustration on page 464b of the  Walter Scott, Ltd. "Complete Edition" reprint, depicts Ellen reuniting with John in Scotland. In the illustration, Ellen and John are embracing in the foyer of a house while house guests are in the other room. A caption below the illustration reads, "Oh, John! My dear John! My dear brother!"
Subjects: Reuniting with John in Scotland, Ellen, John
Illustration on Page 53 of the 1903 J.B. Lippincott Co. "New Edition" Reprint Depicting Ellen Receiving the Birds from the Old Gentleman's Servant
Subjects: Receiving the Birds, Ellen, Old Gentleman’s Servant
Illustration on Page 544b of the 1892 J.B. Lippincott Co. "New Edition," Reprint Depicting Mr. Lindsay Observing Ellen
Subjects: Mr. Lindsay Observing Ellen, Ellen, Mr. Lindsay
Illustration on Page 186d of Volume 2 of the 1853 G.P. Putnam & Co. "Illustrated Edition" Reprint, Depicting Ellen Grieving at Alice's Deathbed
This black and white illustration appearing on Page 186d of Volume Two of the 1853 G.P. Putnam & Co. Illustrated Edition Reprint, depicts Ellen grieving at Alice's deathbed. In the illustration, Alice is lying on her deathbed in white with flowers behind her shoulders and on her stomach. Ellen, dressed in black is kneeling at her bedside, one hand on her forehead in grief and flowers lay beside her on the floor. Margery is seen in the background, cast in shadow with her hands over her face. The scene depicted in this illustration appears on page 186 of the novel.
Subjects: Alice’s Deathbed, Ellen, Alice, Margery
Tags: bedroom, crying, doorway, observation, portrait