A. B. Frost Collection
Graphic Arts Collection
Department of Rare Books and Special Collections
Princeton University Library
Consists of 21 mostly humorous drawings by Frost used to illustrate
stories in Scribner's Magazine between 1904 and 1917. Drawn with
pen-and-ink, wash, and gouache.
Box 1 contents:
A shout of greeting surprised him; n.d.
As symbols of courtesy he used Key West cigars; n.d.
Filled their wheelbarrow; n.d.
Finding Shoolit; n.d.
Great Scott: Gallagher!!!; n.d.
He dived, in desperation, head foremost into the slough; n.d.
He had heard they wanted a boy and he wanted a place; 1894
Box 2 contents:
I should have detained him with a lunch; n.d.
I tramped the mountains till the deer wasn't afeered of me; 1884
Illustration for Soldier of the Valley; 1904
Illustration for Soldier of the Valley: Perry Thomas confronting English
No answer came from the floor above; n.d.
Old soldiers outside the tavern; 1882
Ray, for poor ol' Kelly; n.d.
Box 3 contents:
Somehow or other, Truegate had turned the truck; n.d.
The mushroom barge'll hold; n.d.
They didn't need no warning after the first crash; n.d.
They has come; n.d.
Tiger in the next room; n.d.
Trailed by the lion; n.d.
Untitled [Man in boat feeding fish]; n.d.