American Red Cross Motor Corps (also known as American Red Cross motor service) was founded in 1917 by the American Red Cross (ARC).
The service was composed of women who and it was developed to render
supplementary aid to the US Army and Navy in transporting troops and
supplies during World War I, and to assist other ARC workers in conducting their various relief activities. The diverse character of the work included canteen work, military hospitals, camps and cantonments, home service workers, outside aid, office detail, other ARC activities, and miscellaneous services, such as the 1918 flu pandemic.
construction drawings of a "Little Wolf-Hunter Pig" were created by
Preston Blair as illustrations for his animation instruction book
published by Warren T. Foster in 1994. They were published on pages 42
and 43 in the Character Development chapter of the book and titled
"Little Wolf-Hunter Pig" with instructions for drawing the figure. The
hand-lettered text with the art does not appear with the published
drawings. Cartoon Animation was the final version of Mr. Blair's series
of books published in his lifetime. It is the most comprehensive edition
and incorporates material from previous editions along with new work.
Original drawing by John R. Neill for The Patchwork Girl of Oz
(1913). In addition to serving as the end papers for Baum’s seventh Oz
book, this illustration was adapted for and used in Baum’s Little Wizard
Stories—a series of short Oz tales designed to introduce younger
readers to Oz. The adaptation is obvious in this original artwork;
shadows of the two characters have been carefully blocked out.