Two Commercial Uses of the Philip Winwood Design

First, in the Fall of 1900, L. C. Page designed a paste-on sticker with the center portion of Sacker's design, and additional text, for use on an unknown number of envelopes:


What is even more interesting is that the second envelope is in fact addressed to an L. C. Page author, also known as Jessie Perry van Zile Belden, whose book Antonia (1901) was illustrated by Sacker, who also designed the cover !

Second, this same label appeared in the October, 1900, issue of The Cornhill Booklet, published in Boston, with little explanation of its presence:                    

                           Cornhill booklet                            


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