- January 1947
Part of Nancy-Lou Patterson fonds.
Student portfolio created by Nancy-Lou Patterson and presented as a special art project in January 1947, possibly during her time at the University of Washington. Art project is of story The Princess and the Goblin and includes a front cover with a small illustration of a castle with mountains in the background, eleven drawings made by Patterson, and a back cover. Drawings were drawn with pencil and then coloured with watercolours. Drawings depict moments of the story of princess Irene and her friend Curdie, with bright colours and dynamic scenes, and include subtitles with information about the section of the story to which they belong. Sections are:
- Title page "The princess and the goblins" with subtitle "Special art project / January, 1947".
- Drawing of Irene and a woman with subtitle "There, Irene, is my work for you!"
- Drawing of Irene and a woman on a balcony with subtitle "She clapped her hands with delight."
- Drawing of Irene and her nursemaid Lootie by a river with goblins in the background with subtitle "We are lost, lost!"
- Drawing of Curdie in a mine watching goblins talk with subtitle "It was a goblin-voice...there could / be no doubt about that."
- Drawing of a Curdie in a cave watching goblins talk with subtitle "One of the court was now addressing / the multitude."
- Drawing of a woman with a spinning wheel with subtitle "'Come in, Irene,' she said again."
- Drawing of Irene walking in the night with subtitle "In a moment, the clouds them- / selves parted."
- Drawing of Irene walking in a forest with subtitle "[...] bit of gossamer is!"
- Drawing of Irene and Curdie in a cave with subtitle "Curdie gave a great rush with his / shoulder."
- Drawing of a battle between humans and goblins with subtitle "Curdie burst in like a small incarnate / whirlwind."