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From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in London by Dean and Sons, circa 1898. Publication date from English catalog. Inscription on inside front cover dated Christmas 1898.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in New York by McLoughlin Bros., Inc., copyright 1882. Illustrations by Kate Greenaway. Title and imprint from cover. "Picture books for little children."--Publisher's advertisement, from back cover.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in New York by McLoughlin Bros., Inc., copyright 1890. By Sarah Catherine Martin. Title, imprint, and series statements from cover. P. [2] and [3] of cover included in pagination. Printed on linen. Part of the Pleasewell series.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in New York by McLoughlin Bros., Inc., between 1871 and 1874. Title, imprint, and series statements from cover. Date cf. American Antiquarian Society. Printed on linen. "Swift's combination toy blocks."--Publisher's advertisement, from back cover. Part of the Little folks' series.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in Springfield, Mass., by McLoughlin Bros., Inc., circa 1920s. This version features a rabbit. Title and imprint from cover. P. [2] and [3] of cover included in pagination. Cover illustration is of a clothed rabbit, standing. Some illustrations signed: Louis Wain. Contents include: Friendly gossip; The dentist; and The frolicsome kittens. Acquired from Justin G. Schiller, Ltd.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in Springfield, Mass., by McLoughlin Bros., Inc., circa 1920s. This version features a dog. Title and imprint from cover. P. [2] and [3] of cover included in pagination. Cover illustration is of a clothed dog, standing. Some illustrations signed: GHT. Contents: The school for animals; and The fishermen. Acquired from Justin G. Schiller, Ltd.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in Springfield, Mass., by McLoughlin Bros., Inc., circa 1920s. This version features a frog. Title and imprint from cover. Cover illustration is of a clothed frog, standing. Illustrations are of animals replacing characters in nursery rhymes, i.e, "Little Hippo Tucker sings for his supper." Acquired from Justin G. Schiller, Ltd.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in Sprinfield, Mass., by McLoughlin Bros., Inc., circa 1920s. Illustrations attributed to Louis Wain. This version features a pig. Title and imprint from cover. Cover illustration is of a clothed pig, standing. Illustrations are of clothed animals. Acquired from Justin G. Schiller, Ltd.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in New York by McLoughlin Bros., Inc., circa 1870s. Title, imprint, and series statements from cover. "New picture books for little children."--Publisher's advertisement, back cover. Contents: More haste, worse speed; Idle hands make sad hearts; Waste not, want not; Early to bed and early to rise. Part of the Gilt cover picture books series.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published by McLoughlin Bros., Inc., in New York, copyright 1883. Also published as the second part of: Wonders of the circus. New York : McLoughlin Bro's, c1883. Title, imprint, and series statements from cover. "Picture books for little children."--publisher's advertisement, back cover. Part of the Circus stories series.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in New York by McLoughlin Bros., Inc., circa 1870s. Title, imprint, and series statements from cover. Chromolithographed full-page illustrations. In verse. First and last leaves pasted down to wrappers. Part of the series Uncle John's drolleries.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in New York by Raphael Tuck & Sons, circa 1900s. Attributed to Sarah Catherine Martin. Imprint and series statement from cover. P. [2] and [3] of cover included in pagination. Text, in verse, first published in 1805 under title: The comic adventures of Old Mother Hubbard and her dog. "Untearable linen." Part of the Father Tuck's "Little darling" series. Part of the Artistic series ; no. 1591.

Cheerful Stories and Funny Pictures.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in New York by McLoughlin Bros., circa 1870s. Title from cover. Publisher inferred from advertisement on back cover. First and last leaves pasted down to covers. Wood-engraved illustrations. Contents: The frog's lecture -- Peter Little and the lucky sixpence -- The pet lamb.

Children's Folk Lore about a Young Indian Brave.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in New York by McLoughlin Brothers, 1869. Title, imprint, and series statements from cover. Attributed to Sarah Catherine Martin. Text first published in 1805 under title: The comic adventures of old Mother Hubbard and her dog. "The wonderful adventures of Humpty Dumpty, in two volumes, issued late in fall of 1869."-- Publisher's advertisement, back cover. Part of Aunt Friendly's Colored Picture Book series.

Children's Folklore.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in New York by McLoughlin Bros., circa 1880s. Title, imprint, and series statements from cover. Illustrations printed in red and black ink. Part of the May Bells Series. Acquired from Justin G. Schiller, Ltd.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in London and New York by Raphael Tuck & Sons, circa 1901. Title from front cover. Imprint from back cover. Signed on p. 10: Nora Hopper. Nora Hopper's first publication was in 1894; she became Nora Chesson between 1900 and 1902. "Artistic Series No. 3075"-- from the back cover. First and last leaves are pasted to the cover. Part of Father Tuck's Happy Hour Series.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in New York by McLoughlin Bros., circa 1870s. Title and imprint from cover.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Printed in Banbury by J.G. Rusher, circa 1820s. Title and publication statements from cover.

Wonder story series.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in London by George Routledge & Sons, circa 1870s. Cover title. From cover: "One shilling: or, mounted on cloth, two shillings." Part of Routledge's new series of shilling toy books. Summary: Tom, a tiny boy no bigger than his father's thumb, finds that his small size leads him into many adventures and dangers.

Children's Fairy Tales.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in New York by McLoughlin Bros., copyright 1905. Title and imprint from cover. "No. 219 1/2"-- from back cover. Acquired from Justin G. Schiller, Ltd.

A Picture Gift Book for the Young.

Children's Folklore; Picture books for little children.

Children's Folklore.

Little Red Riding-Hood: An Operetta for Juveniles.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in Paris by Laguionie & Cie., between 1915 and 1935. Title and imprint from cover. "Offert par les grands magasins du Printemps"--Front cover. Part of the Série écossaise series.

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