Diary of dating dg elizabeth
Regina Cordium or The Queen of Hearts Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882) 1860 Red and black chalk on paper, and signed with a monogram 7 3/4 x 7 1/2 inches, 19.5 x 18.5 cm.
The book I have is "Die Dagboek van Adam Tas - The diary of Adam Tas 1705-1706" Edited by Leo Fouche, Longmans Green 1914.
The majority of the correspondence deals with the art and literary careers of Joseph and Elizabeth Pennell, focusing on Joseph's exhibitions, teaching, and commission work and Elizabeth's post-1926 writing career.
By his late teens Pennell risked his parents' disapproval to pursue a career in art, and before he was 25 his energy and skill had made him a commercially successful magazine illustrator, turning out well-received renderings of American and, later, European scenes.Series I contains the papers of Joseph Pennell, subdivided into a large subseries of correspondence and a much smaller group of personal papers.The second series--Elizabeth Pennell's papers--comprises some business and personal correspondence and a larger personal papers subseries containing (most significantly) her diaries.Elizabeth Pennell died in New York City in February 1936. Pennell papers, 1832-1951, comprise correspondence, diaries, appointment books, documents, photographs, notebooks, clippings, and some artwork (not by Joseph Pennell).The collection is grouped as it was foldered by Elizabeth Pennell in the 1920s, with additions made from items removed in 1936 from her apartment and separately arranged.