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



Thenhesandusky11jan1920 Then he looked at Inez and said he would like to buy her to be a wife for his chief. She and Allan. The Sandusky Register, vol. 98, no. 10. 11 January 1920
Thenhe21dec191939 Then he stood up, and lifting his great axe, he saluted the Image with the word 'Makosi!'. She and Allan. The Sandusky Register, vol. 97, no. 304. 21 December 1919
Thenshesandusky21mar1920 Then she took off a snake that looked as though it were made of gold with green eyes, and held it to your lips. She and Allan. The Sandusky Register, vol. 98, no. 69. 21 March 1920
Thenthere28dec191922 Then there was a most awful noise of roaring, and wheeling 'round I saw such a fray as never I shall see again. She and Allan. The Sandusky Register, vol. 97, no. 309. 28 December 1919

Thereatsandusky29feb1920 There at my side was the veiled Ayesha herself, holding in her hand a little rod made of black wood inlaid with ivory not unlike a Field Marshal's baton, or a sceptre. She and Allan. The Sandusky Register, vol. 98, no. 51. 29 February 1920
Thereonsandusky28mar1920 There on the point of the pillar like St. Simeon Stylites on his famous column, glowing in the sunset rays as though she were on fire, stood Ayesha herself. She and Allan. The Sandusky Register, vol. 98, no. 75. 28 March 1920
Thereshesandusky1feb1920 There she sat, straight and still, clothed in shining white and breathing mystery, beauty and power. She and Allan. The Sandusky Register, vol. 98, no. 27. 1 February 1920
Willyou21dec191938 'Will you lift the curse of Nada off me, or will you not?' she demanded with a flash of her great eyes . She and Allan. The Sandusky Register, vol. 97, no. 304. 21 December 1919