(1886 - 1944)
Hanson Booth was an American illustrator. He began by illustrating magazines. He was a master of pen and ink. He also worked in pencil and charcoal.
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The Intervening Lady (1914)
We follow the Lady Noggs as she grows up as head of the Grandison family. Read online at Hathitrust.
The Jack-Knife Man (1913)
A Mississippi river rat finds himself with two children and decides to get them a mother. It was made into a movie. Read online at archive.org.
Pollyooly, the angel child with the red hair, with a three year old brother to support, takes the post of housekeeper to the Hon. John Ruffin, and is soon on the road to independence. Read online at archive.org.