Wednesday, November 25, 2015

His Dress Is Just Sufficiently Suggestive of His “Dandy” Inclinations and Serves to Remind Us of the Appropriateness of His Sobriquet, “Beauty Steele,” in Spite of the Fact That He Was Not Handsome in Feature (1907)

“The Modern Hero in Illustration,” Image caption “Arthur I. Keller’s Charlie Steele of The Right of Way,” The Bookman 25 (July 1907): 505.