Left Tahitian Girl, center Susanne, right The Bathers.
Left Study of a male figure, right Hilltop.
Morris Henry Hobbs (1892-1967) Was an American artist. He produced etchings, engravings, paintings, as weel as work as an illustrator, woodcarver and teacher.
See prints on Ebay.
Hobbs was born in Rockford, Illinois. He studied drawing at the Art Institute of Chicago. In the 1920s and 1930s, he traveled several times throughout England, Belgium and France. In 1938 he went to New Orleans and produced small prints of the French Quarte. He stayed in New Orleans for the rest of his life. He formed the Society of Louisiana Etchers and was its first president. Biography at Tizm.com, which also has some small prints for sale.
Another print at Studio Antiques and Fine Art.
An example at the Smithsonian website.
At Amazon.com: Article: Four Recent Prints by Morris Henry Hobbs - Architect: Frederick L. Ackerman This is not a book but an article, ad or vintage paper item
Printmaking in New Orleans