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From the de Grummond Periodicals Collection. Juvenile Miscellany, Volume 15, Number 3, published in Winter 1985. Articles include "Arnold Lobel Named Recipient of the 1985 Medallion," "New Contributors," "Recent Contributions," and "18th Annual Children's Book Festival Program."

From the de Grummond Periodicals Collection. Juvenile Miscellany, Volume 15, Number 1, published in Summer 1984. Articles include "Notable Books Added to de Grummond Collection," "A Chronological List of Additional Notable Books Recently Added to the de Grummond Collection," "South Central Modern Language Association," "Gail Haley Becomes Contributor," "Contributions Since the Last Issue," and "1985 Festival Date Set."

From the de Grummond Periodicals Collection. Juvenile Miscellany, Volume 15, Number 2, published in Fall 1984. Articles include "Ezra Jack Keats Papers Donated to de Grummond Collection," "Ezra Jack Keats Lectureship and Medal," "A Preview of the 1985 Children's Book Festival," "Supplement to Children's Literature Awards and Winners is Published," "Contributions Since the Last Issue," "Brian Alderson at U.S.M.," and "A Message from Dr. Lena Y. de Grummond."

From the de Grummond Periodicals Collection. Juvenile Miscellany, Volume 16, Number 1, published in Summer 1985. Articles include "A Miscellany of Remarkable Books," "Traveling Exhibit Program," "Contributions to the de Grummond Collection," "New Book on Oliver Optic is Published," "Lynd Ward Dies," and "New Contributors."

From the de Grummond Periodicals Collection. Juvenile Miscellany, Volume 16, Number 2, published in Fall 1985. Articles include "Fable Books in the de Grummond Collection," "Contributions Since the Last Issue," "Notable Events," "A Holiday Message from Dr. de Grummond," and "New Contributors."

From the de Grummond Periodicals Collection. Juvenile Miscellany, Volume 16, Number 3, published in Winter 1986. Articles include "Jean George Named Recipient of 1986 Medallion," "Keats Lectureship Held at USM," "Contributions Since the Last Issue," and "Australian Children's Book Exhibit."

From the de Grummond Periodicals Collection. Juvenile Miscellany, Volume 17, Number 3, published in Summer 1987. Articles include "Collecting Children's Books: Three Perspectives," "Curators Present Poster Session at ALA," "The Twentieth Annual Children's Book Festival," "Research at the Collection," "Contributions to the de Grummond Collection as of June 30, 1987," and "New Contributors."

From the de Grummond Periodicals Collection. Juvenile Miscellany, Volume 14, Number 4, published in Summer 1984. Articles include "Book Festival Focuses on Literature for Today's Children," "New Contributors," "Contributions Since the Last Issue," and "Dr. de Grummond Receives Golden Deeds Award."

From the de Grummond Periodicals Collection. Juvenile Miscellany, Volume 18, Number 2, published in Winter 1988. Articles include "Twenty-First Annual Children's Book Festival," "Jean Fritz: 1988 Silver Medallion Winner," "William Joyce," "Steven Kellogg," "Ezra Jack Keats Lecture," "Other Festival Guests." "Staff Notes," "Contributions to the de Grummond Collection Since July 1, 1987," "The Loss of Arnold Lobel," "USM British Studies," "de Grummond Activities," "A Letter from Lena de Grummond," and "New Contributors."

From the de Grummond Periodicals Collection. Juvenile Miscellany, Volume 14, Number 3, published in Winter 1984. Articles include "Peter Spier Named Recipient of the 1984 Medallion," "Contributions Since the Last Issue," "1984 Traveling Exhibit Schedule," and "New Contributors."

From the de Grummond periodical collection. Issue of Juvenile Miscellany. Articles include "Highlights of the Sixteenth Annual Children's Book Festival" and "Contributions from the last issue." Notable attendees of the book festival include Katherine Paterson, Brian Alderson, Tomie de Paola, and Bette Green. Katherine Paterson was the awardee of the 1983 USM Medallion.

From the de Grummond Periodicals Collection. Articles include "Katherine Patterson named recipient of the 1983 USM Medallion," "Contributions as of January 24, 1983," "the Sixteenth Annual Children's Book Festival 1983 Program," and "The 1983 Traveling Exhibit Schedule." Photographs of Children's Book Festival people of note include Katherine Patterson, Berthe Amoss, Bette Green, and Tomie de Paola.

From the de Grummond Periodicals Collection. Articles include "The Children's Books of John Harris written by John M. Kelley," A checklist of John Harris's Books held by the de Grummond Collection," Contributions as of October 22, 1982," The Infant's Library," and "A message from Dr. de Grummond." Photographs of several book covers include "The Lily: A book for children, "Cinderella, or the Little Glass Slipper," "An excert from Cock Robin and Jenny Wren titled "The Marriage Ceremony,"" "The Butterfly's Birthday," "The Battledoor," and "The Peacock "At Home."" Other photographs include "Middleton's New Geographical Game of a Tour through England and Wales" and "The Infant's Library."

From the Mabel Esther Allan Papers .; Photograph of Mabel Esther Allan in the Women's Land Army in 1940. The photo was taken at Brook Farm, Plumbley, Cheshire England, and shows Allan leading a mule and cart full of hay; 4 x 6

From the Martin Charlot Papers.; Pencil illustration by Martin Charlot from Julia Bristol Bischoff's Mystery on the Rancho Grande (1969). 12" x 18"

From the Manning de V. Lee Papers.; Ink illustration of two women by Manning de V. Lee for Virginia S. Eifert's The Buffalo Trace (1955). 10" x 15"

From the Walter Anderson Papers.; A hand watercolored block print ('B--Butterfly') mounted on corrugated cardboard from Walter Anderson's An Alphabet; 12 1/2 x 14 1/2

From the Walter Anderson Papers.; A hand watercolored block print ('J--Jay') mounted on corrugated cardboard from Walter Anderson's An Alphabet; 12 1/2 x 14 1/2

From the Walter Anderson Papers.; A hand watercolored block print ('L--Lion') mounted on corrugated cardboard from Walter Anderson's An Alphabet; 12 1/2 x 14 1/2

From the Walter Anderson Papers.; A hand watercolored block print ('Q--Queen') mounted on corrugated cardboard from Walter Anderson's An Alphabet; 12 1/2 x 14 1/2

From the Walter Anderson Papers.; A hand watercolored block print ('X--Xebec') mounted on corrugated cardboard from Walter Anderson's An Alphabet; 12 1/2 x 14 1/2

From the Walter Anderson Papers.; A black and blue marker illustration of the white rabbit looking at a timepiece, used in front matter and on dust jacket of Anderson's Alice: Walter Anderson Illustrates Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll; 2 x 3

From the Walter Anderson Papers.; Unused black and white block print illustration of Robinson and his mistress at the zoo from Walter Anderson's Robinson: The Pleasant History of an Unusual Cat; 11 x 13 1/2

From the Richard Andre Papers.; Matted watercolor illustration of a boy and a bear by Richard Andre [circa 1855]. 10" x 14"

From the Don Freeman Papers.; Early watercolor illustration with pasted text from Don Freeman's Corduroy (1968). 8.5" x 10"

From the Don Freeman Papers.; Storyboard page (p. 2) with orange color pencil illustrations of comedy and tragedy masks from Don Freeman's Forever Laughter (1970). 10.5" x 12"

From the Don Freeman Papers.; Early watercolor illustration (p. 12) from Don Freeman's The Guard Mouse (1967). 8.5" x 11.5"

From the Don Freeman Papers.; Early ink sketch of the main character and the various ways the author attempted to spell his name from Don Freeman's Inspector Peckit (1972). 8.5" x 11"

From the Don Freeman Papers.; Charcoal pencil illustration of the main character on pebbled paper from Don Freeman's Inspector Peckit (1972). 14.5" x 12.5"

From the Don Freeman Papers.; Early color illustration from book dummy for Don Freeman's Mop Top (1955). 10" x 13"

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