|Description||English: Henry Sydnor Harrison, from a 1915 magazine|
|Source||Bookseller and Stationer (https://archive.org/details/stationeryoffice1915toro/page/n233/mode/2up)|
English: Portrait of General Lew Wallace from a Canadian trade magazine.
|Source||Books and Notions, August 1893 (https://archive.org/details/stationeryoffic189293toro/page/n529)|
English: Portrait of William Dean Howells by Valerian Gribayédoff
|Source||Books and Notions, June 1892 (https://archive.org/details/stationeryoffic189293toro/page/n139)|
|Source||Picture-Play, 1922 (https://archive.org/stream/Picture-playMagazineDec.1922/PicturePlay1222#page/n69/mode/1up)|
“The Author of Waverley,” from the Lady’s Magazine, 1832. —By the time this picture was drawn (it was published after his death), Sir Walter had acknowledged that he was that author, and had learned to take a sort of perverse pride in his outsized and misshapen left arm.
English: Portrait of Mme de Graffigny, engraved from a painting in the possession of her niece, Mme Helvétius
|Source||Letters of a Peruvian Princess, 1802 (https://archive.org/stream/lettersofperuvia01graf#page/2/mode/2up)|
|Author||C. E. Gaucher, engraver|
English: Engraved portrait of novelist William Dean Howells
|Source||The Illustrated Birthday Book of American Poets, 1882 (https://archive.org/stream/illustratedbirth00hayw#page/n119/mode/1up)|
Frontispiece in “Robert Louis Stevenson” by Chesterton and Nicoll, https://archive.org/stream/robertlouissteve00chesrich#page/n7/mode/1up
Portrait of Madame D’Arblay (Fanny Burney) engraved from a painting by Edward Francis Burney
Portraits of Eminent Men and Women, 1873 (https://archive.org/stream/portraitgalleryo01duycrich#page/n164/mode/1up)
From The Booklovers Magazine, February, 1904.