Drawing done during high school. From the collection of Myrtle Anderson, as displayed at "The Amazing Childhood of Joni Mitchell" exhibition at the Mendel Gallery.

Joni's comments on teacher/subject of the drawing: "She wore her hair up high. All grey with combs at the side to hold it up - and steel-rimmed glasses. I really thought I caught her likeness. So I proudly showed her. She got really uptight about it. She thought I was being insulting and made me stay after school."

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