This item consists of ten 1909 Illustrations by Ike Morgan from Kids of Many Colors by Grace Duffie Boylan. Ike Morgan (1871-1913) was a well-known newspaper illustrator for several big newspapers in Chicago and New York. He was a good friend of L. Frank Baum and shared a studio with William Wallace Denslow, both creators of The Wizard of Oz. Morgan provided illustrations for Baum's American Fairy Tales and The Woggle-Bug Book. Influenced by Japanese woodcuts on French prints, he developed his own pen-and-ink style and took pride in his color work in books such as Kids of Many Colors. These illustrations show children from America, Australian Aboriginal culture, Holland, the British Isles, Germany, France, Greece, Italy, China and Gypsy culture. Each illustration has been printed in rich colors on 8.625" high by 6.625" heavy weight off-white paper. The backs contain smaller illustrations and poems related to each culture. These 1909 Illustrations by Ike Morgan from Kids of Many Colors are in Very Good condition with no damage or wear.