Was there anyone, male or female, who could draw both people and their cars this well?
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"Won't you let us give you a lift?" from Harper's Monthly Magazine for August 1911
The same automobile. "It Stood for Country in the Midst of Town" from Harper's Monthly Magazine for August 1911
"Now, Honey, you tell them what you told me." from Harper's Monthly Magazine for August 1911
These illustrations are from a series of stories by Margaret Cameron and her characters, the Dollivers. They were from "The Golden Rule Dollivers."
Another illustration for The Dollivers, circa 1912 in Harper's Monthly Magazine.
" 'Select a young lady, Master Ransom,' " chirped Monsieur Boncourt in passing." From "The Militant Moment of Lou Grey," by Madge Jenison, in Harper's Monthly Magazine for November 1915.
" 'Your Country Needs You,' said I," from "Simeon Small, Militarist," in Harper's Monthly Magazine for May 1918.
"The Battle Ebbed and Flowed." From the same story, author unknown to me.
"Even the Liberty rug went for three-fifty. It had been marked a thousand dollars." From "White Elephants," author unknown to me, in Harper's Monthly Magazine for July 1918.