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"What is the cause of your sorrow?" asked the princess gently.

Maria Louise Kirk, from The story of the Canterbury pilgrims, retold from Chaucer by F. J. Harvey  Darton, New York, 1914.

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"What is the cause of your sorrow?" asked the princess gently.

Maria Louise Kirk, from The story of the Canterbury pilgrims, retold from Chaucer by F. J. Harvey Darton, New York, 1914.

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Wednesday, August 20, 2014
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Maria Louise Kirk, Front cover from The story of Hiawatha, adapted from   H. W. Longfellow by Winston Stokes,  New York, 1910.

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Maria Louise Kirk, Front cover from The story of Hiawatha, adapted from H. W. Longfellow by Winston Stokes, New York, 1910.

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Saturday, August 31, 2013
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Maria Louise Kirk, end papers from The story of Hiawatha, adapted from   H. W. Longfellow by Winston Stokes,  New York, 1910.

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Maria Louise Kirk, end papers from The story of Hiawatha, adapted from H. W. Longfellow by Winston Stokes, New York, 1910.

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Saturday, August 31, 2013
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From the full moon fell Nokomis.

 Maria Louise Kirk, from The story of Hiawatha, adapted from   H. W. Longfellow by Winston Stokes,  New York, 1910.

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From the full moon fell Nokomis.

Maria Louise Kirk, from The story of Hiawatha, adapted from H. W. Longfellow by Winston Stokes, New York, 1910.

(Source: archive.org)

Saturday, August 31, 2013
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Dead he lay there in the sunset.

Maria Louise Kirk, from The story of Hiawatha, adapted from   H. W. Longfellow by Winston Stokes,  New York, 1910.

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Dead he lay there in the sunset.

Maria Louise Kirk, from The story of Hiawatha, adapted from H. W. Longfellow by Winston Stokes, New York, 1910.

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Friday, August 30, 2013
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Take my bait, O king of fishes!

Maria Louise Kirk, from The story of Hiawatha, adapted from   H. W. Longfellow by Winston Stokes,  New York, 1910.

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Take my bait, O king of fishes!

Maria Louise Kirk, from The story of Hiawatha, adapted from H. W. Longfellow by Winston Stokes, New York, 1910.

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Friday, August 30, 2013
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He was held by unseen hands, but sinking.

 Maria Louise Kirk, from The story of Hiawatha, adapted from   H. W. Longfellow by Winston Stokes,  New York, 1910.

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He was held by unseen hands, but sinking.

Maria Louise Kirk, from The story of Hiawatha, adapted from H. W. Longfellow by Winston Stokes, New York, 1910.

(Source: archive.org)

Friday, August 30, 2013
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Lo, thou likewise shall be king.

Maria Louise Kirk, frontispiece from The story of Idylls of the king, adapted from Tennyson by Inez N. McFee, New York, 1912.

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Lo, thou likewise shall be king.

Maria Louise Kirk, frontispiece from The story of Idylls of the king, adapted from Tennyson by Inez N. McFee, New York, 1912.

(Source: archive.org)

Friday, January 25, 2013