Fanny Corys specialty was drawing children, which she did for 60 years for a variety of magazines, newspapers and books. She also drew a newspaper panel and two comic strips, the most successful of which was Little Miss Muffet
Cory had been a professional childrens illustrator for nearly 40 years by the time she got into the comic strip business. She sold her first drawing to St. Nicholas magazine in 1896, and her work thereafter appeared in Life, The Saturday Evening Post and Scribners. By the end of the century she had branched out into childrens book illustrations.
In 1901, she did the pictures for The Master Key, the first of several L. Frank Baum books she illustrat
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