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From the Ezra Jack Keats Papers. A photograph of Ezra Jack Keats during the First Annual Children's Author Parade.

From the Ezra Jack Keats Papers. A photograph of Keats at a signing surrounded by people and speaking with two children.

From the Ezra Jack Keats Papers. A photograph of Ezra Jack Keats sitting in the back of a convertible during the First Annual Children's Author Parade.

From the Ezra Jack Keats Papers. An original collage illustration for pages 30-31 of "Peter's Chair."

From the Clifford Lindsey Alderman Papers.; A page of handwritten notes from Clifford Alderman's Blood-Red the Roses: The Story of the Wars of the Roses; 8 1/2 x 11

From the Clifford Lindsey Alderman Papers.; An edited typescript page (p. 35) from Clifford Alderman's Liberty, Quality, Fraternity: The Story of the French Revolution; 8 1/2 x 11

From the Clifford Lindsey Alderman Papers.; A typescript page (p. 10) from Clifford Alderman's Samuel Adams: Son of Liberty; 8 1/2 x 11

From the Clifford Lindsey Alderman Papers.; A photocopy of a letter sent to the de Grummond Collection from Clifford Alderman (Nov. 3, 1968) in which he explains his note-taking method; 8 1/2 x 11

From the Mabel Esther Allan Papers .; Composition notes/rough sketch of Mabel Esther Allan's Fiona on the Fourteenth Floor; 6 1/2 x 8

From the Mabel Esther Allan Papers .; Four snapshots of folk dancing in England by the English Folk Dance and Song Society from 1934-1939; 8 1/2 x 7 1/2

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"

From the Don Freeman Papers.; Crayon illustration from fourth book dummy for Don Freeman's Quiet! There's a Canary in the Library (1969). 9" x 12"

From the Don Freeman Papers.; Editorial cartoon of dollar signs created in ink by Don Freeman for his book The Seal and the Slick (1974). 8.5" x 12"

From the Don Freeman Papers.; Editorial cartoon of a pelican covered in oil created by Don Freeman for his book The Seal and the Slick (1974). 8.5" x 12"

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