In this old fashioned poem titled October, a happy little maiden is rustling through the crisp and dried leaves of corn. Frightened by the child, many blackbirds sprang away – whirring into the air so high. The illustration shows the girl leaning against the tall corn, watching the birds fly away. This aged page is from the October 1885 issue of St. Nicholas magazine. Click on image to enlarge.
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Thank u 4 sharing. Nice print.
Julie J says
You’re welcome Diana. I’m happy to know that you like it.
Sü Smith says
Wow, I love this illustration & poem!
I am having trouble printing those freebys you send to my email. I can’t easily resize them & for some reason they want to print at about 34″ x 22″. I say that because at my choice of 8.5 x11 I only get 1/4 of the pg. I can’t resize it to like 5×7. I am having the same problem on your website. What am I doing wrong? I don’t have a special/good graphics program. Someone please give me some hints. Should I ‘download’ it & then resize: is that the solution? thanks!!!! for any direction/help
Julie J says
I’m sorry but I’m not sure what you can do to print a different size. Perhaps there are settings in your printer menu that you can change to get the results you are hoping for?