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I saw some wonderful Rackham illustrations at the Free Library of Phila. a couple of years ago. I was writing about Edgar Allan Poe for a literature anthology (college textbook, really) and they had a big exhibit on at the library of Rackham's illustrations for the first edition of _Tales of Mystery and Imagination_. They were *amazing*! I'm pretty sure the curator told me that the library owned at least some of the original illustrations, so it's doubtless possible to see them still in the rare book room there, with permission. And barring that, I *know* they have a copy of the first edition that contains them. "Descent into the Maelstrom" is the one that hangs with me, even now.