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Virginia Frances Sterrett

Tanglewood tales, Nathaniel Hawthorne by Virginia Frances SterrettHe concluded that his dear son had been eaten by the Minotaur

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Virginia Sterrett 1900 ~ 1931 Tanglewood Tales by Nathaniel Hawthorne Published by Penn Publishing Co ~ 1921

Virginia Frances Sterrett (1900–1931) managed to complete just three books in her short life, all of them commissioned by the Penn Publishing Company: Old French Fairy Tales (1920), Tanglewood Tales (1921), and Arabian Nights (1928).

Virginia Frances Sterrett managed to complete just three books in her short life, all of them commissioned by the Penn Publishing Company: Old French Fairy Tales Tanglewood Tales and Arabian Nights

Illustration by Virginia Frances Sterrett, from 'Old French Fairy Tales' , 1920

Agnella and Passerose were dashed from cloud to cloud - Old French Fairy Tales by Comtesse de Segur, 1920

Virginia Frances Sterrett (1900-1931)

Virginia Frances Sterrett_The Arabian Nights by Hildegarde Hawthorne

From 'Tanglewood Tales' (1921), illustration by Virginia Frances Sterrett

Cadmus beheld a female figure, wonderfully beautiful (frontispiece). ‘The Dragon’s Teeth’ from “Tanglewood Tales” illustrated by Virginia F.

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Virginia Frances Sterrett managed to complete just three books in her short life, all of them commissioned by the Penn Publishing Company: Old French Fairy Tales Tanglewood Tales and Arabian Nights

Virginia Frances Sterrett  Proserpina and the Sea Nymphs, Tanglewood Tales. Retold by Nathaniel Hawthorne

Tanglewood Tales, author Nathaniel Hawthorne, illustrated by Virginia Frances Sterrett, 1921 edition.

At a distance he beheld stately towers. ‘Circe’s Palace’ from “Tanglewood Tales” (1921) illustrated by Virginia F. Sterrett

At a distance he beheld stately towers - Tanglewood Tales by Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1921

'Violette consented willingly to pass the night in the forest', by Virginia Frances Sterrett (from 'Old French Fairy Tales', by the Comtesse...

“Violette consented willingly to pass the night in the forest.” Virginia Frances Sterrett 1920 Illustration for Old French Fairy Tales by Sophie de Ségur

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