6 Flower Children (1912)

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Here are six of the adorable flower drawings published in the 1912 book, “The Flower Children,” by Elizabeth Gordon. They were scanned from my grandmother’s copy of the classic volume. – NJP

Primrose is the dearest thing

Wind-flower on an April day

Fragrant little Mignonette

Trillium said…

Pansies like the shaded places

Lady’s slipper in the wood

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