Illustrations
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Lydia Maria Francis, age 24, engraving after the portrait painted by Francis Alexander
in 1826; courtesy Library of Congress
David Lee Child in his early thirties, portrait said to be by Francis Alexander, ca. 1828
Engraving of Convers Francis and his parsonage at Watertown, where Child wrote
Hobomok; by pennission of the Boston Athenaeum
Child's sketch of the view from her home at Cottage Place (1832-35), from the manu-
script "Autobiography" she compiled in 1875; by permission of Cornell University
Library
Ellis Gray Loring and Louisa Gilman Loring; by permission of the Massachusetts
Historical Society
Daguerreotype of Child at age 54, made in 1856, while she was writing "The Kansas
Emigrants"; by permission of the Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College
Photograph of] ohn Brown by James Wallace Black, 1859; by permission of the Boston
Athenaeum
Cabinet Photograph of Harriet Jacobs by Gilbert Studios, Washington, D.C.; by per-
mission of the owners, courtesy of]ean Fagan Yellin
Carte de visite photograph of Child at age 63 by John Adams Whipple, 1865; by
permission of the Boston Athenaeum
Engraving of Child at age 63, by F. T. Stuart, Boston, after the photograph by John
Adams Whipple, 1865; by pennission of the Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College
Photograph of David Lee Child at age 75, taken in 1870; courtesy Library of Congress
Photograph of the Child cottage in Wayland, Massachusetts; by permission of the
Wayland Historical Society
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