Design for Title Page, "Occupations of Women and Their Compensation"
- Alice Cordelia Morse, American, 1863–1961
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- Research in Progress
- A woman in a black dress, with gold bands across her chest and a medallion at the center with the letters "AT," stands holding an open book with a gold cover. A crown of three gold flower blossoms appears on top of her red hair. Flanking the woman are two tall black torches with gold flames. Green scrolled vines are intertwined around the torches and overlap with the woman in the foreground. Above the woman is written in black text: OCCUPATION / OF WOMEN AND THEIR / COMPENSATION.
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- Gift of Alice C. Morse
- ca. 1899
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- Brush and gouache on greyish-brown paper, mounted on illustration board
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- New York, NY, USA
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