‘The children’s book’ edited by Frances Hodgson Burnett; illustrated by Florence E. Nosworthy, Harrison Cady, Harold Sichel… and many others. Published 1915 by Cupples & Leon Company, New York.
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‘Onoranze a Volta’, poster design by Adolfo Hohenstein, 1898.
Description: Two young women with symbols of manual labor (a shuttle and a washboard) place a wreath around the cameo of Alessandro Volta to indicate their gratefulness for the electricity that liberated them from menial tasks. The poster is for an exhibition of electrical products being held in honor of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Volta, the inventor of an instrument for measuring electricity (voltmeter), and the man who defined a single unit of it, a volt.
The sword of Welleran, and other stories’ by Lord Dunsany; with illustrations by S.H. Sime. Published 1908 by George Allen & Sons, London
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