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Illustration on Page 10a of Volume 1 of the 1888 J.B. Lippincott Co. Reprint Depicting Mamma and Ellen in the Parlour
This illustration, appearing on page 10d of the 1888 J.B. Lippincott Co. reprint, depicts Ellen kneeling in front of her mother, who is seated on a couch in the parlour. She is positioned so that we can see the profile of her face, and her expression appears sorrowful, as does her mother's. Beneath the illustration, in a cursive script, is the name of the artist, Frederick Dielman, and the line "What is the matter, dear mother?" from page 11 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.
Subjects: The Parlour, Ellen, Mamma
Illustration on Page 42 of the 1903 J.B. Lippincott Co. "New Edition" Reprint Depicting Mama Bowing Her Head After Inscribing Ellen's Bible
Subjects: Reading, Mamma, Mamma’s Inscription
Illustration on Page 273 of the 1903 J.B. Lippincott Co. "New Edition" Reprint Depicting Ellen Meeting John
Subjects: Meeting John, Ellen, John, Alice
Illustration on Page 168b of the  Walter Scott Ltd. "Complete Edition" Reprint Depicting Mr. Van Brunt Finding Ellen and Alice in the Snow Storm
This black and white illustration on page 168b of the 1896 Walter Scott, Ltd. "Complete Edition" reprint, depicts Mr. Van Brunt finding Ellen and Alice in the snow storm. In the illustration, Ellen is holding onto Alice as Mr. Van Brunt approaches them with a lantern. A caption below the illustration reads, "It was Mr. Van Brunt. " From page 165 of the novel.
Subjects: The Snow Storm, Ellen, Mr. Van Brunt, Alice
Illustration on Page 88a of the  Grosset & Dunlap Reprint Depicting Ellen Arriving in Thirlwall
This black and white illustration, found on page 88a of the  Grosset & Dunlap reprint, depicts Ellen arriving at Thirlwall. In the illustration, Ellen stans in front of a storefront in Thirlwall wiht her large trunk sitting near her as she waves goodbye to the horse and carriage that dropped her off as it trots off into the horizon. A caption below the illustration reads, "And she was left standing alone beside her trunk." The scene depicted in this illustration is on page 90 of the novel.
Subjects: Arriving in Thirlwall, Ellen
Illustration on Page 178b of the 1853 H. G. Bohn Reprint, Version 1 Depicting Mr. Van Brunt Finding Ellen and Alice in the Snow Storm
This is the illustration on page 178b of the 1853 H.G. Bohn reprint, Version 1 depicting Mr. Vant Brunt finding Ellen and Alice in the snowstorm. A caption below the illustration reads, "The Snow Storm." In the illustration, Mr. Van Brunt leans against a snow-covered fence holding up a lantern as Alice and Ellen approach. Alice looks at the lantern warily as Ellen reaches out toward Mr. Van Brunt. A bare tree extends over Alice and Ellen.
Subjects: The Snow Storm, Ellen, Alice, Mr. Van Brunt
Illustration on Page 168a of the  Walter Scott, Ltd. Reprint Depicting Mr. Van Brunt Finding Ellen and Alice in the Snow Storm
This black and white illustration is from a scene on page 168 of the 1896 Walter Scott Ltd. Reprint. This is the scene where Ellen and Alice are found in the snow storm by Mr. Van Brunt and his lantern. The scene is dark, with snow billowing around, the only light coming from the lantern.
Subjects: The Snow Storm, Ellen, Alice, Mr. Van Brunt
This black and white frontispiece of the 1867 Milner and Sowerby "Wide Wide World Library" Reprint depicts the image of Ellen and Timmins arriving at the Inn, weary from their walk. The Dunscombe's welcome them while also questioning these travelers.
Subjects: The Inn, Ellen, Mrs. Dunscombe, Margaret Dunscombe, Timmins
Frontispiece to the  William Nicholson & Sons, S.D. Ewins & Co. Reprint Depicting Ellen Arriving at Alice's While She is Making Cakes
This is the frontispiece to the  William Nicholson & Sons, S.D. Ewins & Co. Reprint, depicting Ellen arriving at Alice's while she is making cakes. This colorful image depicts a scene from page 72, of Alice, Ellen and Margery, together in the kitchen. Alice is making cakes when Ellen arrives, while Margery sits over by the fire, behind the table. Alice holds a lantern over her head, looking down at Ellen, holding a plate of cakes. Ellen is dressed in her outer wear of the time period.
Subjects: Cake Making, Ellen, Alice, Margery
This black and white illustration, appearing on page 194c of the 1853 G. Routledge & Co. reprint, depicts Alice and Ellen caught in the snow storm as they attempt to find their way home after leaving Mrs. Vawse's. A caption below the illustration reads, "Lost in the Snow-Storm," referencing the scene from page 194 of the novel. In the illustration, Alice and Ellen stand in the snow staring at an approaching lantern that has come into view. Captain Parry, Alice's cat, rests his head on Alice's shoulder as she shields him from the storm. Bare, twisted trees hang over Alice and Ellen, enhancing the sense of confinement in the illustration. Alice and Ellen's dark cloaks stand out against the white snow around them as they wait for the man holding the lantern to approach. The name of the illustrator, Dalziel, is inscribed in the lower-right corner of the illustration.
Subjects: The Snow Storm, Ellen, Alice, Mr. Van Brunt, Captain Parry