Illustrator and painter Harvey Dunn was deeply influenced by Howard Pyle and the teaching he received while at his school. Pyle's Brandywine students became some of the most important and well-regarded artists of the twentieth century, including N. C. Wyeth, Frank Schoonover, Violet Oakley, and Jessie Willcox Smith. All studied alongside Dunn, and many of them would go on to teach. Dunn embraced Pyle's approach as an instructor and went on to influence...
Gee Gee has fallen, in love that is. Witty, funny, intelligent. Gee Gee's letters to her friend tell the story of the adventures of her new life. A socialite world traveler, with not a care in the world, Gee Gee discovers, in one telegram, that she lost her fortune, her fiancée, and possibly her place in proper society. No matter, Gee Gee is resourceful, intelligent, and brave. As luck would have it, she falls for Duncan and now nothing else matters....