Paperback, 144 pgs. First Edition, 1969. Among the most famous American illustrators of the Gilded Era at the turn of the last century, Gibson is fondly remembered as the creator of the Gibson Girl. His thousands of images of independent and beautiful young ladies came to define a feminine ideal. This collection features more than 100 of Gibson's finest pen-and-ink drawings, showcasing his "Girl" in amusing social settings — dinner parties, fancy balls, and sporting events.