|Description||English: “What’s Become of the ‘Homely’ Girl?” by Clarence F. Underwood, from an advertisement for Palmolive soap|
|Source||Advertisement for Palmolive soap in The Delineator (https://archive.org/details/delineator104olou/page/n221/mode/2up)|
|Author||Clarence F. Underwood|
English: A woman in a 1910 bathing costume with a smoking gun, by popular illustrator Clarence F. Underwood
|Source||American Types, 1912 (https://archive.org/stream/americantypeswit00unde#page/n58/mode/1up)|
|Author||Clarence F. Underwood (1871-1929)|
From an advertisement in Motion Picture Classic, 1922.
From American Types, 1912
From American Types, 1912. —Illustrating, in a metaphorical way, the poem by Byron.