OK, so this vintage drawing of a little girl originally went with a story of her having a tea party in the attic, but to me her downcast eyes and the way she is carrying her dolly, chest and some apples makes it look more like she is running away from home. You could certainly use this public domain drawing of a little girl however you wish, but I think it best matches how a child would look if she were leaving home.
The title might be 1890 Baby’s Annual Pictures and Stories for Little People but the copyright for this vintage children’s book is actually 1889. Not that it truly matters as it is now over 120 years later and D. Lothrop Company did not attribute this book to either an author or an illustrator. Which means, all of the wonderful illustrations it contained are now in the public domain.
This image is copyright free and in the public domain anywhere that extends copyrights 70 years after death or at least 120 years after publication when the original illustrator is unknown.