Anton Gag (1858-1908) was a German-Bohemian artist who immigrated to America in 1873, settling first in St. Paul, then moving to New Ulm, where he became a well-known painter, photographer, and decorator. Sketches by Anton Gag reproduces a small sketchbook the young artist kept in 1878 and 1879 to record his observations of people, places, and events in St. Paul and New Ulm. Annotated by Julie L?Enfant, the sketchbook affords new insight into Gag?s early years.