One day as the little model was about to leave Gibson's studio she was met by a man about to enter the door. "By Jove, Gibson! Who is this little vision of the empyrean blue? Tell me; I must know the little sprite, whether she is of this earth or just a fairy from out of Wonderland,'' the man added, lightly, as he held the girl a shy and pretty captive at the door. The usual unconventional studio introduction followed. The man who gasped in admiration of the exquisite flower-like beauty of the young girl was Stanford White, the renowned architect.