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Elliott, Elizabeth Shippen Green, 1871-1954 National Library of the Czech Republic German National Library

Elliott, Elisabeth Shippen Green National Library of Spain

Green, Elizabeth Shippen (American painter and illustrator, 1871-1954) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

VIAF ID: 31007889 (Personal)

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Cuentos de Shakespeare National Library of Spain
He stammered out "W-won't" to Miss Maria who asked him to kiss her Library of Congress/NACO
He stood smiling out on the moon-scattered darkness Library of Congress/NACO
He was determined that every plant should prosper Library of Congress/NACO
His face assumed a deadly pallor -- the paper was a blank Library of Congress/NACO
How they say and narrate and the tale is told Library of Congress/NACO
How they sing Library of Congress/NACO
If she had ceased to be a dryad in a wood, it was to become the Armida of an enchanted garden Library of Congress/NACO
I'll help you take care of him Library of Congress/NACO
I'm here, she announced timidly, to whom it might concern Library of Congress/NACO
In the chair of judgement Library of Congress/NACO
It took Angela time to adjust herself Library of Congress/NACO
It was a crib -- there were two bundle-beds! -- Library of Congress/NACO
It was to postpone as long as possible the moment for turning around Library of Congress/NACO
It was worse than creepy, creaking noises Library of Congress/NACO
It's all right, you shall be urged plenty enough Library of Congress/NACO
The journey Library of Congress/NACO
Kenneth was the bookish one Library of Congress/NACO
A kind of jealousy of her daughter for one strange moment possessed her -- jealousy of youth and love and opening life : or the evening seemed to halo and caress her Library of Congress/NACO
Lady Clemency drew aside the ... Library of Congress/NACO
Life had been almost too strong and beautiful Library of Congress/NACO
[Life was made for love and cheer] Library of Congress/NACO
Like Montaigne, I love the city of Paris Library of Congress/NACO
Lovely woman Library of Congress/NACO
M. [i.e. Monsieur] Joly stopped before its one dingy window Library of Congress/NACO
Madame, he said, bowing, I owe you a thousand apologies for disturbing you at this hour Library of Congress/NACO
Madame Joly in no wise resembled the Madonna Botticelli in the Louvre : poor little one! she murmured, resting her cheek on the brown hair Library of Congress/NACO
Making islands Library of Congress/NACO
The mammoth thing stirred -- lifted -- swung Library of Congress/NACO
[Man and woman standing beside fountain and urn with monkey atop] Library of Congress/NACO
The mansion National Library of the Czech Republic
The master's choice Library of Congress/NACO
May Percy Library of Congress/NACO
[Men in discussion in police station] Library of Congress/NACO
Miguela, kneeling still, put it to her lip Library of Congress/NACO
Monrepos / E.S.G. Library of Congress/NACO
Monsieur Brisson visibly shuddered and paled Library of Congress/NACO
Monsieur de Balloy has asked for your hand Library of Congress/NACO
Monsieur Fromagin, left alone among his epiceries, chuckled audibly Library of Congress/NACO
Monsieur Joly dropped it gently into the Seine Library of Congress/NACO
Monsieur Joly preferred society to solitude Library of Congress/NACO
More than once I found the tea-set spread out in the garden Library of Congress/NACO
Morning service in Old Chester rarely saw such elegance Library of Congress/NACO
I myselfe and my servannts [i.e. servants] Library of Congress/NACO
Now, won't old Max turn green with envy? Library of Congress/NACO
I observed it -- a new ceiling Library of Congress/NACO
[Old man looking up from book towards fireplace] Library of Congress/NACO
On the rocks a poet stood with uncovered head Library of Congress/NACO
I opened my arithmetic at random Library of Congress/NACO
Other things can help you too : don't you need them? Library of Congress/NACO
Out came their sabers and they was at me howlin' wit glee Library of Congress/NACO
Over her frame she would fall asleep Library of Congress/NACO
Pausing in her work, as a hint for him to advance Library of Congress/NACO
Perhaps it would be better if I went away without telling you this Library of Congress/NACO
A petal from the rose illustrations by Elizabeth Shippen Green, an exhibition in the Swann Gallery of Caricature and Cartoon. Library of Congress/NACO
Phil's Hallowe'en Library of Congress/NACO
Rebecca Mary Library of Congress/NACO
Reminiscences of old Germantown. Library of Congress/NACO
Rising vigorously out of the earth was a little rose bush Library of Congress/NACO
Rose of the Dawn, he used to call me Library of Congress/NACO
A shape moved suddenly past me into the flame Library of Congress/NACO
She appeared in the doorway with an armful of snowy feathers Library of Congress/NACO
She called it a New England tapestried chamber Library of Congress/NACO
She had raised her eyes and looked at him swiftly Library of Congress/NACO
She murmured, the way I drew you here -- by longing -- you can return of yourself, you must take me Library of Congress/NACO
She sank to the ground and rested against the stone, and shut her eyes Library of Congress/NACO
She stares at me, then asks "are you a British soldier?" Library of Congress/NACO
She stayed there -- a week -- a month -- a year Library of Congress/NACO
She went half way down the steps Library of Congress/NACO
So haunted at moonlight with bat and owl and ghostly moth -- Library of Congress/NACO
A strange company, wizard, and ghostly, wandering over the snow Library of Congress/NACO
The suitable child Library of Congress/NACO
Tales from Shakespeare Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Spain
Their inquiries to right and left brought no result Library of Congress/NACO
Then, at last, Monsieur Poverel saw daylight Library of Congress/NACO
There was something touching in Ellice's happiness Library of Congress/NACO
They dont't call them second-hand, they call them antiques Library of Congress/NACO
This morning he found her all girlish gentleness and appeal Library of Congress/NACO
The very small person Library of Congress/NACO
A visitor in the morning sky: an impression of Halley's Comet in the early morning heavens, with Venus and the decrescent moon as its attendants Library of Congress/NACO
The wall garden Library of Congress/NACO
We too will have a garden some day Library of Congress/NACO
Welcome, said the old man : will you come with us Library of Congress/NACO
Well, quoth Arpeggio, it's real nice to be eating along side of you ; Banning, she said, might be like that, Mr. Shadd Library of Congress/NACO
What has happened is droll beyond imagining Library of Congress/NACO
What is it, sonny? asked the florist Library of Congress/NACO
When spring unlocks the flowers to paint the laughing soil -- Heber Library of Congress/NACO
Who is going with you, she asked Library of Congress/NACO
The wind blowing off the glacier fluttering her gown Library of Congress/NACO
Wit' the roarin' an the archie guns, I gathered her in me arms Library of Congress/NACO
[Woman in bonnet bending over roses] Library of Congress/NACO
[Woman in garden] Library of Congress/NACO
[Woman looking out window] Library of Congress/NACO
[Woman picking roses with man by brick wall] Library of Congress/NACO
[Woman seated near man with spectacles pointing at document] Library of Congress/NACO
Won't you eat just one more kernal [i.e. kernel], Thomas Jefferson? Library of Congress/NACO
The years seemed all at once to have passed into a gray eclipse Library of Congress/NACO
Yes indeed, Ben, it was quite right for him Library of Congress/NACO
You are thrusting aside life without knowing what it means Library of Congress/NACO

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