It was used by American missionaries to tell a story of how funds for support of Armenian orphans in Turkey could “save alive” some of them at least.
A photograph of the older Armenian child by herself was published on the cover of the December 1899 issue.
A fairly severe crop of the same photograph was published once more on the cover of the June 1900 issue as a “before” picture alongside an “after” one with her younger sister following their having been taken into orphanage care.
Another - in reference to the high percentage of voters aged over 65 who voted for Leave - said: 'Dorothy is clearly over 60' while Pete Adlington remarked 'meet the 52%' - referring to the percentage who voted for Brexit.
Hours later, in a bombshell move, Mr Cameron - who has been Prime Minister for six years - announced his resignation, saying it would not be right for him to be the 'captain of the ship' while the UK negotiated its exit from the EU.
Invariably, the photograph has been adopted as a visual metaphor for the horrors, wretchedness, pain and suffering associated with the Armenian genocide that began in the Ottoman Empire in 1915.
The photograph, symbolic of the travails of Armenian motherhood and childhood throughout all persecutions of Christian Armenians, was taken in Kharpert city in 1899 and therefore derives from the period following the Hamidian massacres.