The Great Sacrifice [in ‘Somewhere in France’ by L. E. Homfray]

[Editor: This religious wartime illustration was published in ‘Somewhere in France’ (1917).] The Great Sacrifice Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends Source: L. E. Homfray, ‘Somewhere in France’, Sydney: D. S. Ford, [1917?]

[My Literary Friend] [illustration, Verses Popular and Humorous]

[Editor: This illustration, drawn by Frank P. Mahony, was published in Verses Popular and Humorous, 1900. Henry Lawson is pictured in the foreground, with his “literary friend” reading and smoking in the background.] [My Literary Friend] “Once I wrote a little poem which I thought was very fine, And I showed the printer’s copy to […]

[The Lights of Cobb and Co.] [illustration, Verses Popular and Humorous]

[Editor: This illustration, drawn by Frank P. Mahony, was published in Verses Popular and Humorous, 1900.] [The Lights of Cobb and Co.] “A hundred miles shall see to-night the lights of Cobb and Co.!” Source: Henry Lawson. Verses Popular and Humorous, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1900, page iii (title page)

[Portrait of the Author] [illustration, Verses Popular and Humorous]

[Editor: This illustration of Henry Lawson, drawn by Frank P. Mahony, was published in Verses Popular and Humorous, 1900.] [Portrait of the Author] Source: Henry Lawson. Verses Popular and Humorous, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1900, page ii (opposite title page)

[illustration on page ii] [drawing of Philip Durham Lorimer]

[Editor: This illustration of Philip Durham Lorimer was published in Songs and Verses by Philip Durham Lorimer: An Australian Bush Poet, 1901.] Source: E. A. Petherick (editor). Songs and Verses by Philip Durham Lorimer: An Australian Bush Poet, William Clowes and Sons, London, 1901, page ii