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Images Related to "Lady Eleanore's' Mantle"

Images Related to "Lady Eleanore's' Mantle"

The following black and white illustrations by Frank Merrill accompanied the publication of "Lady Eleanore's Mantle" in 1896.
Illustration from \"Lady Eleanore's Mantle\"
Illustration from "Lady Eleanore's Mantle"
from Colonial Stories illustrated by Frank T. Merrill and published in 1896 by Joseph Knight Company in Boston (courtesy of Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA)
\"Young Man, what is your Purpose?\"
"Young Man, what is your Purpose?"
Illustration by Frank T. Merrill for "Lady Eleanore's Mantle" from In Colonial Days, in the edition published by L.C. Page & Co. in 1906 (77) 
Illustration \"The Communication could be of no Agreeable Import\" by Frank T. Merrill for \"Lady Eleanore's Mantle\"
Illustration "The Communication could be of no Agreeable Import" by Frank T. Merrill for "Lady Eleanore's Mantle"
from In Colonial Days, in the edition published by L.C. Page & Co. in 1906 (73) (courtesy of Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA)
Illustration \"Keep my Image in your Remembrance\" by Frank T. Merrill for \"Lady Eleanore’s Mantle\"
Illustration "Keep my Image in your Remembrance" by Frank T. Merrill for "Lady Eleanore’s Mantle"
from In Colonial Days, in the edition published by L.C. Page & Co. in 1906 (71) (courtesy of Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA)
Illustration \"I Pray you take one Sip of This Holy Wine\" by Frank T. Merrill for \"Lady Eleanore's Mantle\"
Illustration "I Pray you take one Sip of This Holy Wine" by Frank T. Merrill for "Lady Eleanore's Mantle"
from In Colonial Days, in the edition published by L.C. Page & Co. in 1906 (67) (courtesy of Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA)

A 1906 publication featured illustrations in color, also by Frank Merrill.
Illustration \"A Pale Young Man...prostrated himself beside the Coach\" by Frank T. Merrill for \"Lady Eleanore's Mantle\"
Illustration "A Pale Young Man...prostrated himself beside the Coach" by Frank T. Merrill for "Lady Eleanore's Mantle"
from In Colonial Days, in the edition published by L.C. Page & Co. in 1906(facing 59) (courtesy of Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA)
\"That Night a Processsion passed by Torchlight\"
"That Night a Processsion passed by Torchlight"
Illustration by Frank T. Merrill "Lady Eleanore's Mantle" from In Colonial Days,published by L.C. Page & Co. in 1906 (opposite 80) (with special thanks to Dr. John L. Idol Jr.)

These photographs reveal the interior settings that Lady Eleanore might have encountered upon her arrival in America and the style of clothing that wealthy young women might have worn.
Sitting Room in Crowninshield Bentley House, Salem, MA
Sitting Room in Crowninshield Bentley House, Salem, MA
Sitting room typical of era during which Lady Eleanore's Mantle is set (courtesy of Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA)
Desk in Sitting Room in Crowninshield House
Desk in Sitting Room in Crowninshield House
Desk that appears in sitting room typical of era during which Lady Eleanore's Mantle is set. (courtesy of Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA)
Dressing Table in second floor of Gardner-Pingree House, Salem, MA
Dressing Table in second floor of Gardner-Pingree House, Salem, MA
A lady's dressing table from the late eighteenth century (courtesy of Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA)
Portrait of young woman on wall of lady's sitting room of Crowninshield Bentley House
Portrait of young woman on wall of lady's sitting room of Crowninshield Bentley House
This portrait of a young woman reflects the style of dress popular during the time period of the story "Lady Eleanore's Mantle." (courtesy of Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA)
Canopy bed in lady's bedroom on second floor of Crowninshield Bentley House
Canopy bed in lady's bedroom on second floor of Crowninshield Bentley House
Crowninshield Bentley House. This room is typical of the room in which Lady Eleanore would have stayed. Its furnishings reflect the degre of comfort to which she would have been accustomed.  (courtesy of Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA)
Lady's Bedroom in Crowninshield Bentley House
Lady's Bedroom in Crowninshield Bentley House
Crowninshield Bentley House. These elements of decor are typical of those that would have graced the rooms in which Lady Eleanore lived. (courtesy of Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA)
Table with mirror and candle in lady's bedroom of Crowninshield Bentley House, Salem, MA
Table with mirror and candle in lady's bedroom of Crowninshield Bentley House, Salem, MA
This mirror is typical of that in which Lady Eleanore might have studied her reflection and admired her appearance. (courtesy of Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA)
Portrait of Cotton Mather (1663-1723)
Portrait of Cotton Mather (1663-1723)
Cotton Mather was one of Puritan New England's most influential ministers and leaders. He was famous for his writings, histories such as Magnalia Christi Americana and those that helped stir up support for the Salem Witchcraft Trials of 1692. He also promoted learning and early scientific knowledge in New England. He worked for acceptance of the smallpox vaccine and wrote a treatise on medicine called The Angel of Bethesda.  (courtesy of Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA)
Illustration for \"Lady Eleanore’s Mantle\" from <I>Hawthorne’s Works, vol. 1, Twice-Told Tales,</i> frontispiece
Illustration for "Lady Eleanore’s Mantle" from Hawthorne’s Works, vol. 1, Twice-Told Tales, frontispiece
from the 1882 Riverside Press 15 volume edition of Hawthorne's works published by Houghton, Mifflin & Co. in Boston (courtesy of Halldor F. Utne)



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