Original Illustration by Garth WilliamsGarth Williams (American, 1912-1996). Original Drawing. The Cricket in Times Square, Chester Is Gone, page 133 illustration. [N.p., n.d., ca. 1960]. Ink on paper. 13 x 8.75 inches. Signed verso. "Tucker Mouse looked at Harry Cat. 'He knows,' he said. Harry swished his tail around him and said, 'Yes, he knows.' They were so relieved that for a minute neither of them moved. It was all right now. Chester was gone, but it was all right for everybody. After a while they went back and lay down on the shredded newspapers. But neither of them seemed to be able to fall asleep."
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