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The Jewel Maiden by Bertha Lum. A fox-woman. "A woman of great beauty, one can tell that she is not human because of the little flame that is just above her head. This particular fox-woman had conquered the heart of Mikado (the Emperor)"

Giséle - watercolor and charcoal - Elizabeth Shippen Green - Published in “The Dream” by Justus Miles Forman, Harper’s magazine - c. Oct. 1908

Walt at Disneyland. Probably 1966. Einstein and Disney had this philosophy in common... “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.” Albert Einstein

Photo from "The Lonely Doll" by Dare Wright. I have always admired her photography and all of "The Lonely Doll" books.