On this day, July 25, 1932, illustrator Harriet Roosevelt Richards died at Southwest Harbor, Maine. After studies at Yale University and at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts School, Richards studied with Howard Pyle in Wilmington, Delaware even though she was already selling her illustrations. Richards had a special affinity for images of children and is known for her many sympathetic illustrations of them throughout her career.
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