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John Hood

First saw Anna Whelan Betts in Walt Reed's great book. I am an enormous fan of Golden Age Illustration, and am very grateful to you for making this work available for viewing; Anna Whelan Betts is my cup of tea! Why is it they all have three names? Any combination of the names Willis, Cady and Stanton will give you a fictional golden age illustrator. (eg: Cady Stanton Willis, Willis Cady Stanton, Stanton Willis Cady, etc)

Paul Giambarba

Thank you, Sybil. I'm glad to know you like her work.

Sybil Horton

These pictures are fantastic. They would be lovely printed on silk and used in crazy quilts.

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