The illustrations have been derived from the Pulp Fiction book era in 20th Century America. Termed "pulp magazines" because of the low quality paper used between the covers, these publications proliferated in the nineteen-thirties and nineteen-forties to the point where they blanketed newsstands in just about every popular fiction genre of the time.
The quote was stated by American writer and eldest daughter to Theodore Roosevelt, Alice Roosevelt Longworth. It was first quoted by her and published in 'The Saturday Evening Post' back in 1965.
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