The bookplates seen below are from Goodspeed's 1903 pamphlet.
Interestingly, the drawing used to depict Amy in this publication (above left) is derived from a photograph on page 866, in the December 4, 1902 issue of Vogue Magazine (above right). Amy also provided two framework designs for this issue of Vogue.
Georgia H. Emery Charles E. Hutchison
Augustus Peabody Loring Loring Reading Room
Note that the figure is holding a model of the ship This plate appears, tipped in, in
seen in the next bookplate. The Printing Art, Vol. II. No.3 [11/1903]
Harry Goodhue Sacker and Goodhue were apparently good friends. Goodhue, in fact, designed a bookplate for Sacker. We do not yet know the circumstances of this possible "exchange" of bookplates.
Harold Murdock Hendrik Petersen
This figure reappears on an unsigned cover !
Myra H. Nichols Harry W. Wack
Waldo K. Chase The copy of this bookplate signed by Sacker comes from the Fearing Angling Bookplate Collection, Houghton Library, Harvard University. My thanks to Heather Cole, Assistant Curator of the Modern Books & Manuscripts department there.
[Interestingly, this figure, reversed, seems to appear on the cover of "The Literary World" .]
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