Edmund Frederick

The artist Edmund Frederick (b. 1870) illustrated numerous periodicals and books. Born in Philadelphia, PA, Frederick created illustrations for the Pictorial Review and the Sandusky Review.

Further Reading


"Frederick, Edmund." Benezit Dictionary of Artists. 31 October 2011. Oxford University Press. 1 March 2018.

Illustrations by Edmund Frederick



Inthesandusky8feb1920 In the darkness of that holy place once more before me is her glory stood the Goddess Isis. In her great eyes were scorn and anger. 'O Ayesha' she cried sternly 'thou hast broken thine oath'. She and Allan. The Sandusky Register, vol. 98, no. 33. 8 February 1920
Inthesandusky14mar1920 In the heart of that flame I saw Ayesha with arms outstretched over the line of men who fell backward in front of her. She and Allan. The Sandusky Register, vol. 98, no. 63. 14 March 1920
Iwriggledsandusky22feb1920 'I wriggled up behind the man stuck my knife into his back where I thought it would kill him at once'. She and Allan. The Sandusky Register, vol. 98, no. 45. 22 February 1920
Moreoverby14dec191932 Moreover, by a clever use of some hypnotic or mesmeric power, this strange woman had feigned to transport me to some places beyond the earth and in the Hall of Hades to show me what is veiled from the eyes of man. She and Allan. The Sandusky Register, vol. 97, no. 298. 14 December 1919

Nexthesandusky11jan1920 Next he staggered about, waving his hands, cursing and shouting. She and Allan. The Sandusky Register, vol. 98, no. 10. 11 January 1920
Recoveringmysandusky18jan1920 Recovering my axe I crept forward and opened the curtain-like rugs or blankets that covered Inez. 'Make no noise,' I whispered. 'It is I, Allan Quatermain, come to rescue you'. She and Allan. The Sandusky Register, vol. 98, no. 16. 18 January 1920
Sadeyessandusky Sad-Eyes shot one with a pistol and wounded another so that the spear fell out of his hand. She and Allan. The Sandusky Register, vol. 98, no. 4. 4 January 1920
Sheliftedsandusky7mar1920 She lifted her hands and placing one of them upon the heart of Inez, for a minute or more she swayed the other from side to side above her eyes. She and Allan. The Sandusky Register, vol. 98, no. 57. 7 March 1920

Shemovedsandusky7mar1920 She moved a little so that one of the lamps which was now behind her caused her shadow to fall on the squatting Hans, and over it onto the floor beyond. She and Allan. The Sandusky Register, vol. 98, no. 57. 7 March 1920
Sheplacedsandusky21mar1920 She placed her hand upon his heart saying: 'Stay! What meanest thou? Dost love me, Allan?'. She and Allan. The Sandusky Register, vol. 98, no. 69. 21 March 1920
Shewhosandusky1feb1920 'She-Who-Commands looked in her glass,' he replied, 'and said that four would be needed'. She and Allan. The Sandusky Register, vol. 98, no. 27. 1 February 1920
Suddenlythesandusky29feb1920 Suddenly the man bent his frame almost double and leaped into the air, his great axe up-raised to strike. She and Allan. The Sandusky Register, vol. 98, no. 51. 29 February 1920