The Jolly Book for Boys & Girls. edited by Frances Olcott and Amena Pendleton
Houghton Mifflin, 1915
that although the man's legs and feet are clearly shown, it it not quite the
case for the woman! (See below.) Sacker also created
illustrations for this book. In the spring of 1916, an exhibition of the original drawings was held in Boston, reported by the journal Public Libraries.
A later printing of this book has a plain red cover with white lettering, but its dust jacket reproduces, in color, Sacker's frontispiece! (See below as well.)
DJ of later pnting