Illustration of "Footprints on the Sea Shore" (cf. "....we sat down upon almost the only stone that breaks the surface of the sand, and were lost in an unlooked-for and overpowering conception of the majesty and awfulness of the great deep," from frontispiece to Twice-Told Tales, volume two, published in 1881 by Houghton, Mifflin and Co., Boston

from the Illustrated Library Edition, Twice-Told Tales,two volumes in one
(courtesy of Halldor F. Utne) close window
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