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Illustration for Who rides on a tiger
Illustration by John Haelen for story by Mrs. Belloc Lowndes entitled "Who rides on a tiger" shows a younger woman and an older woman looking at each other and standing in an elegant parlor. The younger woman is dressed in a form-fitting dress and shawl. The older woman, dressed in black and holding a purse & a lorgnette (eye glasses with a handle), has a sour look on her face. Caption reads, "The young duchess asked in a steely voice, 'And whom is Zella Blunt supposed to have killed?'"
34.2 x 31 cm
black and white
- Women--Clothing & dress--1930-1940
- Older people--1930-1940
- still image
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- The Janet A. Ginsburg Chicago Tribune Image Collection
- Chicago Sunday Tribune (March 10, 1935), Part 7, p. 10