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1830 Rare Children's Magazine The Mouse, Weeping Willow, Ireland
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. Rare Original December 1830 The Children's Magazine 3.75 X 6 Tall, 24 pages plus cover Condition: Good, cover browned from age, soiled,corner wear and signature on cover COMPLETE individual monthly issue December includes the index for the year 1830 Volume IIDecember includes the index for the year 1830 Volume IIThe Mouse with wood cut illustrationThe Giving of the LawA TaskThe Weeping Willow with wood cut illustrationA Scene in Ireland (true story?) (beautiful story of Milltown, Tralee area typical poor family in Ireland, beliefs, encounters with a paster)Ten Reasons why I love to go to Sunday School and ChurchMagazine was Published in New York by the General Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Union, from 1829 to 1874 Edited by : W. R. Whittingham, 1838 Anthony Ten Broeck, 1844-1845 Rev. Spencer, until Jan 1857 Rev. A. B. Hart, 1857-1862 Published : New York, NY: General Protestant Episcopal Sunday School… Read More
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1852 The Children's Magazine June The Old Oak-Tree Mary Cherwell, All is not Gold that Glitters

1852 The Children's Magazine June The Old Oak-Tree Mary Cherwell, All is not Gold that Glitters

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Childrens Magazine, 1852. Very Good. Rare Original June 1852 The Children's Magazine 3.75 X 6 Tall, 24 pages plus cover Condition: Very Good, cover has slight mailing string indention, pages very clear, COMPLETE, individual monthly issueCalendar for June The Old Oak-Tree (Mary Cherwell) with wood cut Illustration Scripture Illustrations (Hindu Prejudices) Odd Pennies - missionary-box Trinity Sunday and the Sundays following The Beneficent Christian Translated from the German by A.D.T. Gottfried or the Obliging Scholar Little Mary's First Going to Church (chapter V) All is not Gold that Glitters The Wheat-Stalk The Lord's Prayer poem The Children's Magazine was Published in New York by the General Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Union, from 1829 to 1874 Edited by : W. R. Whittingham, 1838 Anthony Ten Broeck, 1844-1845 Rev. Spencer, until Jan 1857 Rev. A. B. Hart,… Read More
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1852 The Children's Magazine Feb Walk to Church by John Keble, Nicholas Ridley

1852 The Children's Magazine Feb Walk to Church by John Keble, Nicholas Ridley

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Rare Original February 1852 The Children's Magazine3.75" X 6" Tall, 22 pages plus coverCondition: Very Good, cover mailing string indention, pages very clear, Page 35/6 Missing, individual monthly issueCalendar for February'Walk to Church' poem by Rev. John Keble The Life of Nicholas Ridley Bishop of LondonA Conversation about LentOur Daily WalkChurch BellsThe BirdsThe Lord's Prayer - PoemThe Children's Magazine was Published in New York by the General Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Union, from 1829 to 1874 Edited by:W. R. Whittingham, 1838Anthony Ten Broeck, 1844-1845 Rev. Spencer, until Jan 1857 Rev. A. B. Hart, 1857-1862Published: New York, NY: General Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Union, 1829-1874. New York, NY: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1869-1872. 1837, publisher at 28 Ann st.; 1845, publisher at 20 John st.; 1861, 1869, publisher at 762 Broadwayfrequency: monthly; 1 vol/ yearPrices, 1829, 1831-1850: 1 copy, 25¢/ year; 50 copies, $10/ year. 1857, 1861: 25¢/ year; subscription must be for at… Read More
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1875 Senegal School, Execution at Yokohama, School House Stove
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1875 Senegal School, Execution at Yokohama, School House Stove

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1875. soft. Fine. Original 1875 Harper's Weekly Supplement February 13, page 145/146 with 3 Large Engravings 11 X 16 Tall, 2 Wood Cut Engravings are 7 X 9 Wide, Reverse Wood Cut Engraving 10 X 11.5 Wide Condition: Very Good, corner tears, some yellowing from age. Wood Cut Engraving - Execution at Yokohama with short articleWood Cut Engraving - A Cold Morning in a Country School House by F.S. ChurchWood Cut Engraving - Inside a school in Senegal "Education in Senegal - A School for Boys. by Verdeil
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1915 Youth's Companion May 20

1915 Youth's Companion May 20

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Original The Youth's Companion May 20 1915 Volume 89 #20 -New England Edition-Cover: B&W Illustration Melly's Runaway Averter17" X 11.5" wide with 16 pagesCondition: Very Good, Staples rusted away, mailing stamp along edge, all pages have shipping crease in center- Complete NO Missing Pages. 16 PagesNew City of Massachusetts - PeabodyParsonsfield Seminary small AD with Baseball photoMiddlebury College Vermont Set out 90,000 young trees in the Battell EstateJune by Edith Barnard Delano , Chapter SixMelly's Runaway Averter by Roe L. HendrickThe Quarry by Eden PhillpottsLife Like Maggy's by M. GaussWintering with the Syots by C.A.Stephens, Chapter 1Fact and Comment - "The man who has more money than brains needs it." plus more ....Fighting the Drug Evil, ChinaCurrent EventsThe European WarChildren's Page The Fairy Ring by Euroda Adams with drawing by Betsy HillAd for the Victor Record by KreislerAd for Ladies' Wrist Watch by Perry Mason CompanyAd for Stickney & Poor Vanilla Extract
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1919 Arthur Stanwood Pier February 20 World War I Nancy Byrd Turner
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1919 Arthur Stanwood Pier February 20 World War I Nancy Byrd Turner

by Nancy Byrd Turner, Arthur Stanwood Pier,Winthrop Roy,Ruth J. Osborne,

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Original The Youth's Companion February 20 1919 Youth's Companion Magazine Volume 93 #8 Boston Mass. 17" X 11.5" wide with 16 pages Condition: Very Good, Staples rusted, mailing stamp along top, all pages have shipping crease in center, and edge tears on crease- Complete NO Missing Pages. 16 Pages with cover pages that only come with the individual issues. Most or all works listed are First Printings.

Cover: Statue of Liberty Patriotic Cover World War I Washington Number


Wilson and Company Strawberry Preserves Color Ad
The Hilltop Troop by Arthur Stanwood Pier with illustration http://www.wcdrutgers.net/pier.htm
They Also Serve by Winthrop Roy with 2 illustrations
An Experiment in Luck by Ruth J. Osborne with illustration
The U-Boat Trapper Chapter 6 by Charles Adams with illustration
Editorials - World War I
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The Boy Who Rode with Washington by Nancy Byrd Turner with small illustrations https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nancy_Byrd_Turner
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April 1852 The Children's Magazine The White Pigeon with Wood Cut by Nathaniel Orr
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April 1852 The Children's Magazine The White Pigeon with Wood Cut by Nathaniel Orr

by Nathaniel Orr, W. R. Whittingham, Various

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Rare Original April 1852 The Children's Magazine 3.75 X 6 Tall, 24 pages plus cover Condition: Very Good, cover has slight mailing string indention, pages very clear, COMPLETE,Calendar for AprilConversation about Passion Week and EasterThe White Pigeon with Wood Cut by Nathaniel OrrThe Fly and the SpiderIs there any Sacrifice now, Obediencethe Little Wagon and the DollA Letter to Two SistersLittle Mary's First Going To Church- Chapter 3The Lord's Prayer PoemThe Children's Magazine was Published in New York by the General Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Union, from 1829 to 1874 Edited by:W. R. Whittingham, 1838Anthony Ten Broeck, 1844-1845 Rev. Spencer, until Jan 1857 Rev. A. B. Hart, 1857-1862Published: New York, NY: General Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Union, 1829-1874. New York, NY: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1869-1872. 1837, publisher at 28 Ann st.; 1845, publisher at 20 John st.; 1861, 1869, publisher at 762 Broadway frequency: monthly; 1 vol/ yearPrices, 1829,… Read More
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August 1852 The Children's Magazine Priest at the Outpost by Rev John M. Neale

August 1852 The Children's Magazine Priest at the Outpost by Rev John M. Neale

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Childrens Magazine, 1852. soft. Very Good. Rare Original August 1852 The Children's Magazine 3.75 X 6 Tall, 20 pages plus cover Condition: Very Good, Slight cover mailing string indention, pages very clear, Missing 2 Pages 177/8, 199/200 individual monthly issue Sallie Hyde or the Borrowed Book The Priest at the Outpost by Rev John M. Neale The Travellers Dirge for Little Marion The Best Charity Baptism The Children's Magazine was Published in New York by the General Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Union, from 1829 to 1874 Edited by : W. R. Whittingham, 1838 Anthony Ten Broeck, 1844-1845 Rev. Spencer, until Jan 1857 Rev. A. B. Hart, 1857-1862 Published : New York, NY: General Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Union, 1829-1874. New York, NY: E. P. Dutton Co., 1869-1872. 1837, publisher at 28 Ann st.; 1845, publisher at 20 John st.; 1861, 1869, publisher at 762… Read More
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Booker T. Washington Outlook January 6, 1900, photos

Booker T. Washington Outlook January 6, 1900, photos: Shakespeare, Evolution of the Nurse, Kiowa Indian

by Hamilton Wright Madie, Booker T. Washington, Isabel C. Barrows, Ida A. Roff, Mrs. Bedford Fenwick

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Original 1900 Weekly The Outlook Magazine January 6th with Ads Volume 64 # 1 William Shakespeare by Hamilton Wright Madie6.5" X 9.5" Tall with 86 pages and about 60 pages of Advertisements Condition: Good- Complete with Ads that the bound volumes do not include. Spine cover tattered, cover edge tears, soiling,yellowing, text and illustrations very good. Front cover ShakespeareWilliam Shakespeare by Hamilton Wright Madie with many Illustrations NEWS --- Boer War, Is Food Contraband?, Cuba, Philippines, Corrupt Montana, Reforms in Ohio, Treasury and the Money Market, Economists on Trusts, Federation of Labor, Freight Rates, Wages, Indians and Show business, Chicago Drainage Canal, Publisher, Review, American Board, The Moody MemorialEditorialsBooker T. Washington on the Negro Problem - 3 pages (very early commentary of and quotes from the rare original 1899 book by Washington 'The Future of the American Negro' Forgetting the Past Kipling as a Poet of PatriotismDr. McGiffertArticlesPersonal Congress by… Read More
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Children Invited to Christ -1895  American Tract Society

Children Invited to Christ -1895 American Tract Society

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American Tract Society, 1895. hard. Very Good. Original - Children Invited to Christ - American Tract Society 1895 Black Buckram hardback Book 4 X 6 with 78 pages No Date but based on other books of similar binding and content 1895 is a close date. Condition: Very Good, hinges work, some flaked spots on covers, some foxing of pages, treated with Klucel G consolidant on covers. Front end papers have child's name Allie Foster (Ohio I believe) and German Reformed S.S. Nov232 Full of Short Stories and a few poems.
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Christmas Knoxville Tennessee Progressive Teacher 1920
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Christmas Knoxville Tennessee Progressive Teacher 1920

by H.A.Webb, Clare C. Ewai, Anne Rankin, Annie Smith Ninman, Jas. H. Reece, various

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Original December 1920 The Progressive Teacher Magazine, Number 10Condition: Good +, some darkening of pages, dog ear top right corners, 64 pages, 9" x 12" tall, color front cover of boy skating with dog on leash, Blanche Straley signature on front cover. Knoxville Tennessee published.High School Paper by Clare C. Ewait (photo of Cleveland Ohio East Technical High School)The Brownies by Maud GrantMadonna of the Chair and the Artist, Sanzio Paphael by Annie Smith NinmanThe Romance of Language by Anne RankinProgress of Science & Invention by H.A.Webb - George Peabody College with illustrations of airplanesChick, D.D. by Edith M. Patch with illustrationCutoutsThe Boy's Problem Poem by Eliza WilburnGood King Wencesias SongVolley Ball by E.C.BeckMake Chrismas Presents by Edith P. MendesCountry School by Jas. H. ReeceOver 30 more Advertisements by : Greenfield Business College(Ohio), Knoxville Business College, Wheeler Business College (Birmingham, Ala.), Carnegie College, Neele Cooper, Standard Cost… Read More
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Christmas Every Day 1886- Adventure of a Mouse - Little Lord Fauntleroy - The Magic Clocks
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Christmas Every Day 1886- Adventure of a Mouse - Little Lord Fauntleroy - The Magic Clocks: St. Nicholas Volume November 1885 to April 1886

by Elizabeth Robins Pennell,Ella Sterling Cummins, Frank R. Stockton, John R. Coryell, Rose Hawthorne Lathrop, Hezekiah Butterworth

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Original St. Nicholas Volume 13 Part #1 November 1885 to April 1886 6 monthly issues by The Century Company New York conducted by Mary Mapes DodgeCondition: Very Good, green Buckram Cloth hard bound, loose page, torn page, 7" x 9.25" tall with 480 pages, Contents pages, with hundreds of woodcut Illustrations & cartoons all or almost all FIRST PRINTINGSChristmas Every Day by W.D.Howells and illustrated FIRST PRINTING!Adventure of a Mouse by Howard PyleThe Real King by John R. Coryell with illustration by C.C.SpechtLittle Lord Fauntleroy by Frances Hodgson Burnett with illustrations by R.B.Birch (Mrs. Burnett's FIRST printing of her first children's novel.)The Magic Clocks by Helen Hunt Jackson, illustrated by Albert E. SternerBarty's Turkey (A Thanksgiving-day Story) by Sophie Swett with illustrations by Albert E. SternerThe Candy Country by Louisa M. Alcott with illustrations by E.W.Kimble In the story Lilly was carried away holding on to a red umbrella and she crashed down into a strange tree in a… Read More
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December 1852 The Children's Magazine, Nathaniel Orr, Christmas-eve
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December 1852 The Children's Magazine, Nathaniel Orr, Christmas-eve

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The Children's Magazine 3.75 X 6 Tall, 24 pages plus cover Condition: Very Good, cover has slight mailing string indention, soiling, pages clear, COMPLETE, individual monthly issue List of Cuts (1852) Calendar for December King Alfred and the Cakes with Wood Cut Illustration by Nathaniel Orr Birthday Resolutions Christmas-day The Better Land Little Children poem by Mrs. L. B. Wright The Rook Lesson on the Church Christmas-eve from poem in Lyra Innocentium by John Keble? Index The Children's Magazine was Published in New York by the General Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Union, from 1829 to 1874 Edited by : W. R. Whittingham, 1838 Anthony Ten Broeck, 1844-1845 Rev. Spencer, until Jan 1857 Rev. A. B. Hart, 1857-1862 Published : New York, NY: General Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Union, 1829-1874. New York, NY: E. P. Dutton Co., 1869-1872. 1837, publisher at… Read More
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Girls Companion November 2, 1918, World War I, Joan Girls, Tractor

Girls Companion November 2, 1918, World War I, Joan Girls, Tractor: Keystone, Indiana - First Christian Church, Lynchburg, Virginia.

by Ida Reed Smith, Jessie Wright Whitcomb, W. H. Horne

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Original November 2, 1918 The Girls' Companion Journal Volume 17 No. 44Condition: Good, yellowed from age, front page tear, some edge tears, large format 11" x 14" tall, 8 pages.-When Caroline Drove the Elephant by Ida Reed Smith with Woodcut illustration of Large Farm Tractor 1918Sunday School Class with PHOTO of Banner Class, Euclid Avenue Sunday School, First Christian Church, Lynchburg, Virginia.Sunbeam Class, Friends Church Keystone, Indiana PhotoThat High School Bunch by Jessie Wright Whitcomb - Chapter 3 with 2 illustrationsJoan Girls of America - World War ICaroline shared the honors of gathering the clover with horse drawn hay rake illustrationFor the Girl Ready to Serve Her CountryLetter Will Win the War - Joan Girls by W. H. HorneJoan GirlsAds
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Harriet Beecher Stowe - Old and New January 1871

Harriet Beecher Stowe - Old and New January 1871

by Harriet Beecher Stowe, Charles Dudley Warner , Robert Dale Owen, Various

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Scarce Original 1871 Edition Publisher-Printing Location: Roberts Brothers, Boston - New York Date and Numbering:Old and New January 1871 Volume III No. 1 Size and Page Count: 6 X 9.75 Tall, app. 140 pages plus advertisement pages in the back. Condition: Fair to Good, binding good, spine backstrip cover flaking, Water stain throughout on lower outside, pages have usual yellowing and edges uncut and browning. Complete No Missing Pages -------An excellent opportunity for the collector, researcher, or historian------ Articles and Information: Old and NewPink and White Tyranny. XIII, XIV by Mrs. Harriet Beecher StoweHidden Hemisphere II by Walter McLeodEvelyn by Lulu Gray NobleSorrento Days by Charles Dudley Warner https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Dudley_WarnerLookin across the War-Gulf II by Robert Dale OwenBecause from Victor Hugo by James F. ClarkeAbadallah's ConversionIn Search of Lingula by Edward S MorseLove's Rich and Poor H.H.The Man in Man by William B. WeedenJanuary by William MorrisMadame… Read More
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Harriet Beecher Stowe - Old and New March 1871: United States of Europe

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Scarce Original 1871 Edition Publisher-Printing Location: Roberts Brothers, Boston - New York Date and Numbering:Old and New March 1871 Volume III No. 3 Size and Page Count: 6 X 9.75 Tall, app. 140 pages plus advertisement pages in the back. Condition: Fair, binding good, blue paper cover, spine backstrip cover flaking, front cover has tape and heavy wear, water stain throughout, pages have usual yellowing and edges uncut and browning. Complete No Missing Pages -------An excellent opportunity for the collector, researcher, or historian------ Articles and Information: Old and NewUnited States of EuropeA Country Girl at the Opera Miss Anna D. LodlowCompensation by L B MooreThe Growth and Power of a Plant by Robert Dale OwenPink and White Tyranny. XVi, XVII by Mrs. Harriet Beecher StoweWatching by Mary N. PrescottThe Pilgrim Fathers' Legacy by Charles LoweAmerican political Science by Williams BarryHer Answer by Lulu Gray NoblePorter-Humphrey-Hardin chap.2 by Hon A BoilesValentineZerub Throop's… Read More
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John Martin's Book November 1923 Thanksgiving
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John Martin's Book November 1923 Thanksgiving: 1923 Children's Magazine Thanksgiving

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7.25" X 9.5" tall with about 80 pages
Fair- condition, cover torn on spine, heavy paper stock, yellowed from age, few pencil marks, 3 pages missing.
Many illustrations throughout.
Blessing Poem by John Martin
The Lamb Who Liked Stories by Elizabeth Gurney and Ill by Marjorie Hartwell
Fear Design by Henry Pitz
Grateful Hearts
A Ribble by Henry Johnston
Peter's Own Cake by Jessie Penniman White and Ill by Seddie Aspell
What the Insects are Thankful For by George W. Tuttle and Ill by Anne appletree
What the Joneses Left Behind by Elizabeth Gurney
Minuet in G by Lenora Coffin
Gipsey Lore by Eleanor F. Pease
The Jolly Feddler
Alice and Phoebe cary
An Order for a Picture
A Pot of Gold
Mouse-Trap by Myrtle J. Trachsel
Peter Puzzlemaker
The Rainey Day Rule
1923 Advertisements
Be Grateful Poem by Colgate company on Rear Cover
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John-Martin's Book June 1927 Steward Cycle Swing AD

John-Martin's Book June 1927 Steward Cycle Swing AD

by John Martin, Henry C. Pits, Stuart Ross, George Carlson, Laura Chadbourne Puffe

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Original John-Martin's Book Magazine June 1927 and Johnny Junior for Little Folk
7.25" X 9.5" Tall with 80 unnumbered pages
Condition: Very Good, cover torn on spine, extra heavy paper stock, many illustrations throughout. Complete
Full of stories, learning your letters, poems, drawings, puzzles ETC

Cover by Ruth Prettyman
Letter by John Martin -2 pages
Poem 'Joy in June' by John Martin
Caedman the Singer by Frances Higgins Illustrated by Henry C. Pits
A Modern Art Rabbit by John Martin Drawing by Stuart Ross
Mothers Daily Dozen XI-XII by Laura Chadbourne Puffer
Century of Railroads by George Carlson
Musician Who Could Not Hear by Ada May Piaget
Hymn to Joy by Ada May Piaget from Beethoven
Child who Played with Fire by Elma Ehrlich Levinger
What is an Eclipse by Anna M. Wetterau
Jimmie Goes to A Party by Frances Dickenson Pinder
In A National Forest Fire Fighters by Esther Cooley Osborne
Travels of Baron Minchausen Viii-IX by John Martin
Bird Bath by Laura McDonald
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John-Martin's Book  November 1920

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John-Martin's Book , 1920. Soft. Good. Original John-Martin's Book Magazine November 1920 7.25 X 9.5 Tall with 80 unnumbered pages Condition: Good, cover torn on spine, child's pencil marks on cover, extra heavy paper stock, many illustrations throughout. Complete Full of stories, learning your letters, poems, drawings, puzzles ETC Letter by John Martin -2 pages The Mayflower Poem by John Martin Over 20 other Stories, Poems and Activities Several Pages of Advertisements Ivory Soap - Ivory Heroes Chapter XI The Funny Face Family Toy and Instructo Sign and Word Builder Steinway & Sons - A Dream Come True American Made Toys - Uncle Sam & Santa Claus Inc Patrick-Duluth Woolen Mills - Poem Jack be nimble Keds Shoes Ride a Bicycle - United States Cycle Tires Schoenhut Company - Toys, Toy Piano, Alphie Blocks Schoenhut Company - Toys All Wood Doll, Humpty Dumpty Circus Toys B. Altman & Co. Complete Outfits for Boys and Girls American Flyer - Toy Trains New Departure Coaster Brake - Moving Pictures Ives… Read More
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July 1852 The Children's Magazine Pilgrims and their Pitchers

July 1852 The Children's Magazine Pilgrims and their Pitchers

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Rare Original July 1852 The Children's Magazine3.75" X 6" Tall, 24 pages plus coverCondition: Very Good, cover has slight mailing string indention, pages very clear, COMPLETE, individual monthly issuePilgrims and their Pitchers with wood cut IllustrationSallie Hyde or the Borrowed BookChild's Prayer for ForgivemessDo what you CanAlways Poor but HonestThe Eighth CommandmentSt. Augustine's CollegeTruthfulnessRussian AnedoteThe Lord's Prayer poem - Calendar for JulyThe Children's Magazine was Published in New York by the General Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Union, from 1829 to 1874 Edited by:W. R. Whittingham, 1838Anthony Ten Broeck, 1844-1845 Rev. Spencer, until Jan 1857 Rev. A. B. Hart, 1857-1862Published: New York, NY: General Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Union, 1829-1874. New York, NY: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1869-1872. 1837, publisher at 28 Ann st.; 1845, publisher at 20 John st.; 1861, 1869, publisher at 762 Broadwayfrequency: monthly; 1 vol/ yearPrices, 1829, 1831-1850: 1 copy, 25¢/ year;… Read More
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