(1883 - 1928)
James Ellsworth “Worth” Brehm was a highly admired American book and magazine illustrator. He is best known for his drawings for Booth Tarkington’s Penrod and Sam. He was a brother of George Brehm.
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Gentle Julia (1922)
Julia Atwater’s large family connection, and especially her niece Florence, takes an intense interest in her social life. Read online at archive.org.
Penrod and Sam (1916)
Further adventures of Penrod Schofield and his friend Sam Williams, culminating in the dance party at Amy Rennsdale’s -- “Must ‘a’ got your bumpus!” Read online at archive.org.