Around the turn of the century, E.W. Kemble produced three new
illustrations for the Underwood Edition of Huckleberry Finn,
brought out by the American Publishing Co., Hartford, Conn. The edition
is copyrighted 1901; the illustrations are dated 1899. Notably, the
Underwood Edition contains only three illustrations; the original
Huck had 174. Moreover, the three vary greatly from Kemble's
1885 work. By now, Kemble was a well-known illustrator, largely because
of his work for Twain.