More from the 1919 University High School yearbook The Correlator, Chicago, Illinois.
This yearbook is really wonderful. There are so many aspects to it that make it enjoyable to just sit and page through. The following illustrations were all done by a junior at the school named Charles A. King. I can't find a photo of him, though he's probably in the ensemble class picture. And I can't find anything online about him, wondering if perchance he went on to a career in art.
This is the title page, obviously. The rest are self-explanatory.
As you can see most of the art took inspiration from World War I. Each a new section opener.
Click on any of the images to see them larger.
The book has several other illustrators, but none really as consistent as King. His work stands out as the best.
I guess this is where I will end with this book for now and go on to some other ephemera items and perhaps go back to this yearbook at another time.