Her Name Is Manon
A woman in a sophisticated outfit is seen from the front and in full-length standing on a paved porch decorated with vases of roses supported by two pillars. She looks at the viewer, lit by the glow coming from the house, while behind her, trees in the park are silhouetted in black against the night sky.
The caption reads in the original French:
Elle s’appelle Manon.—Cape du soir de Doucet.
This volume of collected issues is dated 1914 on the title page, but the colophon of the last issue says “Printed on June 15, 1915.”
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