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Leonard Everett Fisher papers, 1936-1969

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Fisher, Leonard Everett
Title
Leonard Everett Fisher papers
Dates
1936-1969 (inclusive)
Quantity
21.0 linear feet, (58 containers)
Collection Number
Ax 538
Summary
Leonard Fisher (1924- ) was an author, painter, designer, and illustrator of children's books. He was particularly well known for his development of the scratchboard technique. The collection consists of original illustrations, literary manuscripts, correspondence, production materials, photographs, and audiotapes.
Repository
University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives.
UO Libraries--SPC, 1299
University of Oregon
Eugene OR
97403-1299
Telephone: 541-346-3068
Fax: 541-346-3485
spcarref@uoregon.edu
Access Restrictions
Collection is open to the public. Collection must be used in Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room. Collection includes sound recordings or moving images to which access is restricted. Access to these materials is governed by repository policy and may require the production of listening or viewing copies. Researchers requiring access must notify Special Collections & University Archives in advance and pay fees for reproduction services as necessary.
Languages
English

Historical NoteReturn to Top

Born in the Bronx in 1924, Leonard Everett Fisher grew up in Brooklyn, NY during the Great Depression. Fisher's earliest artistic training came from his father, an amateur watercolorist, and a marine engineer by profession. When he was two years old Leonard Fisher sought to "finish" one of his father's paintings with a bottle of India ink, rendering it an unusable mess. Instead of punishing the boy, Fisher's parents rewarded his artistic ambitions by converting a hall closet into a studio for him. As he matured, Fisher went on to study at the Heckscher Foundation in 1932, with Moses Soyer in 1939, and the New York Art Students League in 1941. He graduated from Abraham Lincoln High School in Brooklyn at the age of 16 in 1941. Before enlisting in the Army in 1942, Leonard Fisher spent nearly two years at Brooklyn College studying art and geology.

During World War II, Fisher served in the 30th Topographic Engineers. Fisher served as a topographer/photogrammetist assigned to a top-secret operations group. Based in Algeria, Fisher drew battle maps for the campaign in Italy, strikes against Romanian oilfields, and the landings in Normandy and Southern France. As the focus of the war shifted, Fisher was relocated to the Pacific theatre where his maps helped with planning of the Iwo Jima and Okinawa invasions, as well as the aborted invasion of Japan.

When he returned from the war, Leonard Fisher entered Yale University where he earned both his bachelor of fine art and master fine art. While at Yale he received the Joseph Pulitzer scholarship in art in 1950 and the prestigious Winchester traveling fellowship, which allowed him to study art as he traveled through Italy. After his graduation from Yale, Fisher became the dean of the Whitney Art School in New Haven, Connecticut at the age of twenty-seven. In 1952 Leonard Fisher had his first solo New York exhibition. Though the paintings did not sell well, critics celebrated the showing. His confidence boosted by the show at the Hewitt gallery, Fisher proposed to Margery Meskin, whom he married later that year.

Leonard Fisher left his position at the Whitney Art School in 1953 and became an illustrator for children's books. The first book he worked on was The Exploits of Xenophon, written by Geoffrey Household. Though this first book, as well as many others, focused on ancient history, Fisher's own passion was the history of the United States during the colonial and early republic periods. Fisher wrote and illustrated a series on Colonial Americans, exploring different trades and occupations in wonderful detail, including such diverse occupations as wig making, glassblowing, cabinetmaking and homemaking. Fisher said of his work "I want my books to be avenues of knowledge, grace, and civility literarily conceived and artistically expressed."

Fisher's dynamic scratchboard technique helps bring his works alive. Fisher has written, and self-illustrated more than eighty children's books. Additionally he has illustrated at least 260 books for other authors. These works have been translated into more than a dozen foreign languages. Fisher's work has been recognized and rewarded by various groups. His work has been nominated and has won countless awards including the Christopher Medal for illustration, the Orbis Pictus Award for Outstanding Nonfiction for Children, and the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books Award. In 1991 he was recognized by the University of Minnesota for "singular attainments in the creation of children's literature."

Leonard Fisher's activities were not limited to children's literature. Fisher served as a faculty member at Paier College of Art, Hamden Connecticut from 1966-1978 and as an academic dean from 1978-1982. Fisher worked as an adjunct and visiting professor at Case Western Reserve University and Fairfield University. In addition to his academic work he designed postage stamps for the United States Postal Service for five years and did design work for the Postal Agent of the Scottish Islands of Staffa and Bernera.

As a resident of Westport, Connecticut for many years, Leonard Fisher has been greatly involved in his community. Fisher has served as a trustee for the Westport Historical Society, as a member of the Westport Council of Continuing Education, and as a founding member, director, president, and board chairman of the Westport-Weston Arts Council. He served as on the Westport Library Board of Trustees, and as both vice-president and president of the organization. Leonard Fisher has traveled widely, both for his work and for pleasure. He has been a lecturer at art institutions, academic seminars, educational workshops, and children's book programs throughout the nation.

Leonard Fisher's works have been exhibited in various galleries and exhibitions throughout the country. The exhibitions range in diversity from a display inside the Washington Monument to works in General Electric Corporation's World Headquarters to exhibitions at Rockefeller Center and the Whitney Museum in New York. The range and amount of Leonard Fisher's work has landed it in many different archives throughout the United States. The University of Oregon has large collection of Mr. Fisher's papers and his artwork, but his manuscripts, illustrations, and other papers are also housed at the Leonard Everett Fisher Archive, University of Connecticut, Storrs, the Kerlan Collection, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, the de Grummond Collection, University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, and the Postal History Collection, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Leonard Everett Fisher Papers are organized into nine series.

Series I, Correspondence, has been further subdivided into many sub-series. Sub-series A is Publishers, B is Galleries, C is Libraries, D is Schools, E is correspondence regarding Fisher's own education, F is letters from Fisher's time at the Whitney School of Art, G is Organizations, H is Individuals, I is Family, J is Fan Mail, and K is Book Fairs. With the exception of letters to Fisher's family, the correspondence has not been divided into incoming and outgoing correspondence because the collection is primarily incoming letters. The letters to Fisher's family are the main exception. Most of these letters are from Fisher during the World War II to his family and the folders have been designated accordingly. The Correspondence fills six boxes.

Series II consists of manuscripts written by Leonard Fisher, including A Head Full of Hats and the Colonial American Series.

Series III is speeches presented and written by Fisher. These speeches are arranged chronologically. The second and third series share one box.

Series IV consists of production notes from the various works that Leonard Fisher has collaborated upon with other authors. Within these folders are notes from the authors regarding illustrations, notes from the publishers, schematics for illustrations, various mock-ups, and paste-ups. This series is arranged alphabetically by the last name of the author whose work is represented.

Series V includes illustrations made by Fisher. These illustrations are organized by the last name of the author of the work being illustrated.

Series VI comprises photographs.

Series VII comprises audio recordings, and Series VIII is miscellaneous materials.

Series IX, Oversized Illustrations is the final series. Because of the varying sizes of the artwork within the boxes and folders, it is impossible to organize the illustrations alphabetically within this series. The illustrations are organized alphabetically by author, within each box.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Property rights reside with Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries. Copyright resides with the creators of the documents or their heirs. All requests for permission to publish collection materials must be submitted to Special Collections & University Archives. The reader must also obtain permission of the copyright holder.

Archival material may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal and/or state right to privacy laws and other regulations.

Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g. a cause of action for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of Oregon assumes no responsibility.

If a researcher finds sensitive personal information in a collection, please bring it to the attention of the reading room staff.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Leonard Everett Fisher Papers, Ax 538, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I:  CorrespondenceReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Subseries A: Publishers
BoxFolder
11
Abelard-Schulman, Inc.
1956
12
American Book Company
1958
13
Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc.
1956
14
Children's Book Council, Inc.
1960-1965
15
Christian Science Publishing Society
1962
16
Coward-McCann, Inc.
1956-1966
17
Thomas Y. Crowell Company
1956-1963
18
Thomas Y. Crowell Company
1964-1967
19
Crown Publishers Inc.
1956
110
The Dial Press
1960-1962
111
The Dial Press
1963-1969
112
Dodd, Mead, and Company
1956-1960
113
Dodd, Mead, and Company
1961-1964
114
Doubleday and Company
1965
115
EP Dutton and Company
1956-1963
116
Farrar, Straus, and Cudahy
1956-1958
117
Farrar, Straus, and Giroux
1967-1968
118
Field Enterprises Educational Corporation
1962-1962
119
Garrard Publishing Company
1964
120
Grolier, Inc.
1960-1961
121
Harcourt, Brace, and Company
1957-1961
122
Harper and Brothers
1960-1962
123
Harvey House
1967
124
Holiday House
1954-1955
125
Holiday House
1956-1959, undated
126
Holt, Rinehart, and Winston
1954-1959
127
Holt, Rinehart, and Winston
1960-1962
128
Holt, Rinehart, and Winston
1963-1965 undated
129
Horn Book, Inc.
1957-1966
130
Houghton Mifflin
1956
131
Alfred A. Knopf
1956-1957
132
Alfred A. Knopf
1958-1963
133
J.B. Lippincott
1956-1964
21
Little, Brown, and Company
1956-1957
22
Little, Brown, and Company
1958-1961
23
Little, Brown, and Company
1962-1963
24
Little, Brown, and Company
1964-1968 undated
25
Macmillan Company
1957-1963
26
Macmillan Company
1964-1966
27
McGraw-Hill Company
1966-1967
28
William Morrow and Company
1956-1959
29
William Morrow and Company
1960-1962
210
William Morrow and Company
1963-1965
211
William Morrow and Company
1966-1969 undated
212
Parents' Magazine Press
1964
213
Prentice-Hall Inc.
1957
214
G.P. Putnam's Sons
1956-1961
215
G.P. Putnam's Sons
1962-1963
216
G.P. Putnam's Sons
1964-1967 undated
217
Rand McNally
1958
218
Rand McNally
1959
219
Rand McNally
1960-1961
220
Random House Inc.
1953-1957
221
Random House Inc.
1958-1960
222
Random House Inc.
1961-1966
223
St. Martin's Press
1960-1965
224
Science Research Associates
1957
225
Science Research Associates
1958
226
Science Research Associates
January 1959-May 1959
227
Science Research Associates
June 1959-December 1959
228
Science Research Associates
1960
229
Science Research Associates
1961-1962 undated
230
Charles Scribner's Sons
1955-1967
31
The Seabury Press
1967
32
Simon and Schuster
1955
33
Stearling Publishing Company
1956
34
Vanguard Press Inc.
1954-1956
35
Franklin Watts Inc.
1956-1958
36
Franklin Watts Inc.
1959-1961
37
Franklin Watts Inc.
1962-1964
38
Franklin Watts Inc.
1965-1966
39
Franklin Watts Inc.
1967
310
Franklin Watts Inc.
1968-1969 undated
311
World Publishing Company
1957-1964
Subseries B: Galleries
BoxFolder
312
Arnot Art Gallery, Elmira, New York
1955
313
Jacques Seligmann and Company, New York, New York
1947-1948
314
Upstairs Gallery, Ithaca, New York
1968-1969
Subseries C: Libraries
BoxFolder
315
Brooklyn Public Library, New York
1962-1963
316
Cedar Rapids Public Library, Iowa
1960-1963 undated
317
East Meadow Public Library, Long Island, New York
1968
318
Library of Congress, Washington, DC
1960-1962
319
Maplewood Memorial Library, New Jersey
1965
320
Milwaukee Public Library, Wisconsin
1960-1962
321
Monmouth County Public Library, New Jersey
1965-1966 undated
322
Nassau Library System, Hempstead, New York
1963
323
Free Library of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1968
324
Prince George's County Memorial Library, Maryland
1963-1966
325
Providence Public Library, Rhode Island
1960-1966
226
Taylor Library, Milford, Connecticut
1964
Subseries D: Schools
BoxFolder
327
#3 School, Cedarhurst, New York
1965
328
Fairfield Public Schools, Connecticut
1968
329
Fairfield University, Connecticut
1968
330
Greenville Elementary School, Delaware
1961-1965
331
Long Island University, CW Post Campus, New York
1968
332
University of Minnesota
1967-1968 undated
333
Sacred Heart University, Bridgeport, Connecticut
1965
334
Southern Connecticut State College, New Haven, Connecticut
1968
335
University of Southern Mississippi
1966 undated
336
Wheelock College, Boston Massachusetts
1962
337
Willimantic State College, Connecticut
1966
Subseries E: Fisher's Education
BoxFolder
338
Art Students League of New York
1941-1942
339
David A. Boody Junior High, Brooklyn, New York
1936
340
Brooklyn College, New York
1940-1943
341
Abraham Lincoln High School, Brooklyn, New York
1939-1941
342
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
1945-1949
343
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
1950-1951
344
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
1952-1960 undated
Subseries F: Whitney Art School
BoxFolder
41
Whitney Art School, New Haven, Connecticut
1948-1952
42
Whitney Art School
1953-1955 undated
Subseries G: Organizations
BoxFolder
43
"American Artist Magazine"
1965-1966 undated
44
American Federation of the Arts
1949-April 1955
45
American Federation of the Arts
May 1955-1965 undated
46
The American Institute of Graphic Arts
1956-1965
47
Author's Guild
1963
48
Christian Science Monitor
1962
49
National Tuberculosis Association
1951-1957
410
New Haven Paint and Clay Inc.
1968
411
Progressive Industries Inc.
1949-1950
412
Religious Organizations
1955-1967
413
Transit Authority Art Association (Brooklyn, New York)
1958-1959
414
US Army
1942-1946
415
US Department of the Interior
1960-1964
416
WFAS, White Plains, New York
1966-1967 undated
417
WFDR, New York, New York
1951-1952
418
YMCA, New Haven, Connecticut
1948-1949
Subseries H: Individuals
BoxFolder
419
A-Bjorvand
420
Blazer-Buell
421
Chamberlin-Daniels, Leona
422
Daniels, Lolee
1963-1964
423
Deutsch-Friedman
424
Fuchs, Victor
1955-1957 undated
425
Gardner-Haltman
426
Hansen, Vern
427
Hays-Jerome
428
Johnson, Gerald W.- Johnson, Margaret
429
Katz, Louis J.
430
Kerlan, Irvin
1957-1961
431
Kerlan, Irvin
1962-1963 undated
432
King, Marian
1967-1968
433
Kirkles-Lehman
434
L'Engle, Madeleine
435
Lewis-Miller
436
Morris, Richard B.
1956-1968
437
Nathan-O'Dea
438
Offit, Avodah and Sidney
439
Ogg, Oscar
1953-1956
440
Orans-St. Clair
441
Sanders, Milton
442
Sandoz-Scott
443
Smith, Brooks
51
Smith, Ira-Sweet
52
Taylor-Zwerling
53
Letters without signatures
Subseries I: Family
BoxFolder
54
Outgoing
January 1943
55
Outgoing
February 1943
56
Outgoing
March 1943-April 1943
57
Outgoing
May 1943-June 1943
58
Outgoing
July 1943-October 1943
59
Outgoing
November 1943-December 1943
510
Outgoing
January 1944-February 1944
511
Outgoing
March 1944-April 1944
512
Outgoing
May 1944-July 1944
513
Outgoing
August 1944-September 1944
514
Outgoing
October 1944-December 1944
515
Outgoing
January 1945-February 1945
516
Outgoing
March 1945-April 1945
517
Outgoing
May 1945
518
Outgoing
June 1945
519
Outgoing
July 1945
520
Outgoing
August 1945
521
Outgoing
September 1945
522
Outgoing
October 1945-November 1945
523
Outgoing
December 1945-January 1946
524
Outgoing
September 1950-October 1950
525
Outgoing
November 1950-December 1950
526
Incoming
May 1942-January 1944
527
Incoming
February 1944-May 1944
528
Incoming
June 1944-December 1944 undated
Subseries J: Fan Mail
BoxFolder
61
1947-1952
62
1959-1961
63
1962-1963
64
1964-1965
65
January 1966-October 1966
66
November 1966-December 1966
67
January 1967-August 1967
68
September 1967-October 1967
69
1968
610
January 1969-May 1969
611
Undated
612
Undated
Subseries K: Book Fairs
BoxFolder
13
1957
614
1958-1959
615
1960
616
1961
617
1962
618
1963
619
1964
620
1965
621
1966
622
1967
623
1968

Series II:  Manuscripts of Articles and BooksReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
BoxFolder
11
"The Glassmaker:" 3rd Draft Copy-The Colonial Americas Series #1
12
"Silver in Colonial America:" 5th Draft Copy-The Colonial Americans Series #2
13
"Paper in Colonial America:" The Colonial Americans Series #3
14
"The Colonial Printer:" 2nd Draft Copy-The Colonial Americans Series #4
15
"The Wigmakers:" The Colonial Americans Series #5
16
"The Hatters:" The Colonial Americans Series #6
17
"The Weavers:" The Colonial Americans Series #7
18
"The Cabinetmakers:" The Colonial Americans Series #8
19
"The Tanners:" The Colonial Americans Series #9
110
"The Shoemakers:" The Colonial Americans Series #10
111
"The Schoolmasters:" The Colonial Americans Series #11
112
"The Peddlers:" The Colonial Americans Series #12
113
"The Doctors:" The Colonial Americans Series #13
114
"The Potters:" The Colonial Americans Series #14
115
"The Limners:" The Colonial Americans Series #15
116
"A Head Full of Hats:" Unnumbered Drafts
117
"A Head Full of Hats:" 2nd, 3rd, 4th, Drafts
118
"A Head Full of Hats:" 5th, 6th, 7th Drafts
119
"A Head Full of Hats:" 8th, 9th, 10th Drafts
120
"A Head Full of Hats:" 11th, 12th, 13th Drafts
121
"A Head Full of Hats:" 14th, 15th Drafts
122
"Pumpers, Boilers, Hooks, and Ladders:" 1st Draft
123
"Pumpers, Boilers, Hooks, and Ladders:" 2nd Draft
124
"Pumpers, Boilers, Hooks, and Ladders:" 3rd Draft
125
"Pumpers, Boilers, Hooks, and Ladders:" Final Draft
126
"Pushers, Spads, Jennies, and Jets:" Unnumbered Drafts
127
"Pushers, Spads, Jennies, and Jets:" Final Drafts
128
"Artist's Choice," published in "Horn Book"
129
"Concerning Leonard Everett Fisher-Personal Viewpoint" "Design"
1952
130
"On Preparation; On Style and Content; On Versatility"
1964
131
"Why I Write About Colonial American Craftsmen"
January 1966

Series III:  SpeechesReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
BoxFolder
132
"Informational Books as Structures of Knowledge"
July 31, 1962
133
"Statement before Connecticut State Legislature"
April 1, 1965
134
"Pride and Purpose"
November 9, 1966
135
"A Point of View"
September 21, 1967
136
"Quality"
October 27, 1967
137
"On Art and Design in Children's Books"
November 28, 1967
138
"A Look at Life, Art, and Children's Books"
May 29, 1968
139
"Art, Books, and Our Children"
October 8, 1968

Series IV:  Production NotesReturn to Top

Container(s)Description
BoxFolder
11
Abell, Elizabeth: "Westward, Westward, Westward"
12
Alderman, Clifford: The Story of the Thirteen Colonies"
13
Armour, Richard: "Our President"
14
Ault, Phil: "This is the Desert"
15
Belting, Natalia: "Indy and Mr. Lincoln"
16
Belting, Natalia: "Verity Mullens and the Indian"
17
Bowman, James: "Mike Fink"
18
Boyd, Edith: "Boy Joe Goes to Sea"
19
Brown, Evelyn: "Kateri Tekakwitha: Mohawk Maid."
110
Buliard, Roger: "My Eskimos: A Priest in the Arctic"
111
Clark, Eleanor: "Horn of Rolando"
112
Commanger, Henry S.: "First Book of American History"
113
Daugherty, Charles: "The Great Archaeologists"
114
David, Russell: "Ten Thousand Desert Swords"
115
DeCamp, L. Sprague: "The Story of Science in America"
116
Dolbier, Maurice: "Paul Bunyan"
117
Dolbier, Maurice: "Paul Bunyan"-Mockup
118
Dolson, H.: "William Penn"
119
Dover, Robert: "My Friends the Huskies"
120
Dupuy, Trevor: "First Book of Civil War Land Battles"
121
Eaton, Jeannette: "America's Own Mark Twain"
122
Edell, Celeste: "Here Come the Clowns"
123
Ellis, Harry B.: "The Arabs"
124
Engel, Paul: "Golden Child"
125
Felton, Harold W.: "A Horse Named Justin Morgan"
126
Felton, Harold: "Sgt. O'Keefe and his Mule Balaam"
127
Felton, Harold: "The World's Most Truthful Man"
128
Ferguson, Charles: "Getting to Know the USA"
129
Field Enterprises Education Corporation: "Childcraft"
130
Fisher, Leonard E.: "A Head Full of Hats"
131
Fisher, Leonard E.: "Pumpers, Boilers, Hooks and Ladders"
132
Fisher, Leonard E.: "Pumpers, Boilers, Hooks and Ladders"-mockup
133
Fisher, Leonard E.: "Pushers, Spads, Jennies and Jets"
134
Fisher, Margery: "But Not Our Daddy"
21
Fisher, Margery: "One and One"
22
Fosdick, Harry: "Life of St. Paul"
23
Foster, John: "Guadalcanal General"
24
Foster, John: "Napoleon's Marshal"
25
Foster, John: "Rebel Sea Raider"
26
Freuchen, Peter: "Whaling Boy"
27
Friedman, Estelle: "Digging into Yesterday"
28
Gardner, Martin: "Archimedes"
29
Gilbert, Henry: "Robin Hood"
210
Giniger, Kenneth: "America, America, America"
211
Grolier, Inc.: "Book of Knowledge"
212
Grolier, Inc.: "Mis Primeros Conocimientos"
213
Hale, Edward: "Man Without a Country"
214
Harte, Bret: "The Luck of a Roaring Camp"
215
Hawthorne, Nathaniel: "The Great Stone Face"
216
Heinlein, Robert: "Citizen of the Galaxy"
217
Hoke, Helen: "Patriotism, Patriotism, Patriotism"
218
Household, Geoffrey: "Exploits of Xenophan"
219
Hubbard, Elbert: "A Message to Garcia"
220
Hurd, Edith: "The Golden Hind"
221
Irving, Robert: "Electromagnetic Waves"
222
Irving, Robert: "Energy and Power"
223
Irving, Robert: "Sound and Ultrasonics"
224
Irving, Washington: "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
225
Irving, Washington: "Rip Van Winkle"
226
Jefferson, Thomas: "The Declaration of Independence First Book Edition"
227
Johnson, Gerald W.: "America Grows Up"
228
Johnson, Gerald W.: "America is Born"
229
Johnson, Gerald W.: "America Moves Forward"
230
Johnson, Gerald W.: "The Cabinet"
231
Johnson, Gerald W.: "Communism: An American's View"
232
Johnson, Gerald W.: "The Congress"
233
Johnson, Gerald W.: "The Presidency"
234
Johnson, Gerald W.: "The Supreme Court"
235
Jones, Lois: "First Book of the White House"
236
Kay, Teresa: "The Burning Jewel"
237
Kay, Danny: "Around the World Story Book"
238
Kennedy, John F.: "Inaugural Address"
239
Kuhn, Lois: "World of Joe Davidson"
240
Lamb, Charles: "Tales from Shakespeare"
241
Larnen, Brendan: "St. Thomas Aquinas & the Preaching Beggars"
242
Latham, Jean: "Man of the Monitor"
243
L'Engle, Madelein: "Journey with Jonah"
244
Lincoln, Abe: "Gettysburg Address & Second Inaugural"
245
London, Jack: "Before Adam"
246
London, Jack: "Star Rover"
247
Longfellow, Henry: "The First Book Edition of Paul Revere's Ride"
248
MacKinnon, Mary: "One Small Candle"
249
Mann, John: "Louis Pasteur"
250
Maurois, Andre: "The Weigher of Souls"
251
May, Julian: "Why the Earth Quakes"
31
Meredith, Robert: "Explorers of the Mississippi"
32
Meredith, Robert: "Riding with Coronado"
33
Meyer, Edith: "The Story of Alfred Nobel"
34
Miller, Eugenia: "The Golden Spur"
35
Morris, Richard: "American Revolution"
36
Morris, Richard: "The First Book of the Constitution"
37
Morris, Richard: "The First Book of the Founding of the Republic"
38
Morris, Richard: "The Fist Book of the Indian Wars"
39
Morris, Richard: "The First Book of the War of 1812"
310
Murphy, Robert: "The Haunted Journey"
311
Offit, Sidney: "Cadet Quarterback"
312
Payne, Robert: "Splendor of Persia"
313
Platt, Kim: "The Blue Heron"
314
Scheffer, Victor: "The Year of the Whale"
315
Shaw, George W.: "Devil's Disciple"
316
Sheehan, Arthur: "Father Damian and the Bells"
317
Silverberg, Robert: "Forgotten by Time"
318
Smith, E. Brooks: "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
319
Smith, E. Brooks: "Pilgrims' Courage"
320
Smith, E. Brooks: "The Quest of Columbus"
321
Sterne, Emma: "Vasco Nunez de Balboa"
322
Stevenson, Florence: "Aida"
323
Stone, David: "Heroes and Heroines"
324
Suggs, Robert C.: "Alexander the Great, Scientist-King"
325
Suggs, Robert: "The Archeology of New York"
326
Suggs, Robert: "The Archeology of San Francisco"
327
Suggs, Robert: "Great Archeological Discoveries of Today"
328
Surany, Anico: "The Burning Mountain"
329
Surany, Anico: "The Covered Bridge"
330
Surnay, Anico: "The Golden Frog"
331
Surany, Anico: "A Jungle Jumble"
332
Surany, Anico: "Kati and Kormos"
333
Surany, Anico: "Malachy's Gold"
334
Surany, Anico: "Ride the Cold Wind"
335
Sutton, Myron D.: "Steller of the North"
336
Taylor, Florence: "Carrier Boy"
337
Thayer, Ernest: "Casey at the Bat"
338
Walter, Helen: "Nikola Tesla"
339
Wellman, Manly W.: "To Unknown Lands"
340
Wise, William: "Myer Myers, Silversmith"
341
Wood, James: "The Queen's Most Honorable Pirate"
342
Wooley, Catherine: "David's Campaign Buttons"

Series V:  IllustrationsReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
BoxFolder
11
Ault, Phil. "This is the Desert"
Man lighting cigar (Chapter 10)
Spanish conquistadors (Chapter 4)
Prospector with pick axe and gold (Chapter 7)
Stagecoach and cactus (Chapter 9)
12
Ault, Phil. "This is the Desert"
Woman harvesting cactus flowers (Chapter 2)
Pueblos on a cliff (Chapter 3)
13
Ault, Phil. "This is the Desert"
Drawings on rocks (Chapter 3 #5))
Steam boat in a canyon (Chapter 11 #23)
Dance, Indian (Chapter 3 #7)
Hoover Dam (Chapter11 #24)
14
Ault, Phil. "This is the Desert"
Spanish or American village (Chapter 10 #22)
Howling Coyote (Title Page)
15
Ault, Phil. "This is the Desert"
Airplane over mule-train (Chapter 8 #17)
Power lines (Chapter 12 #35)
Two pioneers: Man and woman scooping sand (Chapter 8 #18)
Explosion (Chapter 12 #26)
16
Ault, Phil. "This is the Desert"
Hare in the Desert (Chapter 2 #3)
Man riding thirsty horse (Chapter 5 #10)
Dinosaur (Chapter 1 #2)
Two men on horses and one dead on the ground (Chapter 5 #12)
17
Ault, Phil. "This is the Desert"
Battle between Spanish and Indians (Chapter 4 #9)
Indians preparing to ambush Anglo-settlers (Chapter 9 #20)
18
Belting, Natalia M. "Indy and Mr. Lincoln"
Bound mock-up
19
Belting, Natalia M. "Indy and Mr. Lincoln"
Catalog spot of a pig and fence
110
Belting, Natalia M. "Indy and Mr. Lincoln"
Man sitting with pig (with overlays). (Page 5)
111
Belting, Natalia M. "Indy and Mr. Lincoln"
A woman scrubbing a pig (with overlays). (Page 9)
112
Belting, Natalia M. "Indy and Mr. Lincoln"
Cooper (with overlays). (Page 11)
113
Belting, Natalia M. "Indy and Mr. Lincoln"
Blacksmith (with overlays). (Page 15)
114
Belting, Natalia M. "Indy and Mr. Lincoln"
Pig in the mud (with overlays). (Page 27)
115
Belting, Natalia M. "Indy and Mr. Lincoln"
Mr. Lincoln talks to a pig in the mud (with overlays). (Page 29)
116
Belting, Natalia M. "Indy and Mr. Lincoln"
Pig with pile of veggies. (Page 19)
117
Belting, Natalia M. "Verity Mullens and the Indian"
People in Pilgrim dress and Indian laughing (with overlays). (Page 31)
118
Belting, Natalia M. "Verity Mullens and the Indian"
Dog by a stream (with overlays). (Page 5)
119
Belting, Natalia M. "Verity Mullens and the Indian"
Sleeping dog (with overlays). (Page 9)
120
Belting, Natalia M. "Verity Mullens and the Indian"
Dog wonders by a horse (with overlays). (Page 17)
121
Belting, Natalia M. "Verity Mullens and the Indian"
Dog fell through a frozen stream. (Page 19)
122
Belting, Natalia M. "Verity Mullens and the Indian"
Dog standing on a stream or path. (Page 21)
123
Belting, Natalia M. "Verity Mullens and the Indian"
Indian holding a dog. (Page 25)
124
Belting, Natalia M. "Verity Mullens and the Indian"
Indian carrying a dog and a dead turkey. (Page 27)
125
Belting, Natalia M. "Verity Mullens and the Indian"
Indian carrying a god and a dead turkey enters village of pilgrims (with overlays). (Page 29)
126
Belting, Natalia M. "Verity Mullens and the Indian"
Dog and helmet for cloth stamping.
127
Belting, Natalia M. "Verity Mullens and the Indian"
Colonists discover an Indian home (with overlays). (Page 15)
128
Belting, Natalia M. "Verity Mullens and the Indian"
An Indian climbing the roof to get the dog. (Page 11)
129
Bowman, James Cloyd. "Mike Fink"
A boat (Title page)
130
Bowman, James Cloyd. "Mike Fink"
Square up
131
Bowman, James Cloyd. "Mike Fink"
Snapping turtle of the O-hi-o-o (no illustration)
132
Bowman, James Cloyd. "Mike Fink"
Steam ship "New Orleans" (galley 49)
133
Bowman, James Cloyd. "Mike Fink"
Man with boy in arms. (galley 36)
134
Bowman, James Cloyd. "Mike Fink"
Bare-fisted boxing (#2 galley 12)
135
Bowman, James Cloyd. "Mike Fink"
A brawl (#5 galley 34)
136
Bowman, James Cloyd. "Mike Fink"
Six frontier men (#1 galley 4)
137
Bowman, James Cloyd. "Mike Fink"
Ship in a storm (#7 galley 4)
138
Bowman, James Cloyd. "Mike Fink"
Frontier man with firing rifles (#3 galley 15)
139
Bowman, James Cloyd. "Mike Fink"
Men on a Boat #4 (galley 15)
140
Boyd, Edith L. "Boy Joe Goes to Sea"
Ship-front Cover (scratchboard)
141
Boyd, Edith L. "Boy Joe Goes to Sea"
Title page
142
Boyd, Edith L. "Boy Joe Goes to Sea"
Boy Joe (subtitle page)
143
Boyd, Edith L. "Boy Joe Goes to Sea"
Boy Joe with bag; wearing scarf and hat
Face of Boy Joe without hat
144
Boyd, Edith L. "Boy Joe Goes to Sea"
Bow of ship in rough water (with overlay)
145
Brown, Evelyn M. "Kateri Tekakwitha"
Title page
146
Browning, Robert. "Pied Piper of Hamlin"
Castle with man in front (scratchboard)
147
Browning, Robert. "Pied Piper of Hamlin"
Troubadour on horseback playing lute with tree meant to frame something (pencil on acetate)
21
Buliard, Roger. "My Eskimos: A Priest in the Arctic"
Illustration of Eskimo family-Title page
22
Buliard, Roger. "My Eskimos: A Priest in the Arctic"
Drawing-a church (scratchboard)
23
Commager, Henry Steel. "First Book of American History"
Title page-scratchboard
24
Commager, Henry Steel. "First Book of American History"
Declaration of Independence. (page 2-3)
25
Commager, Henry Steel. "First Book of American History"
Native American in front of tipis
Three native men dancing (page 2-3)
26
Commager, Henry Steel. "First Book of American History"
Pilgrim boy with turkey (with overlay) (page8)
Mount Vernon (with overlay) (page 25)
27
Commager, Henry Steel. "First Book of American History"
Continental colors raised in 1776 (with overlay) (page 16)
Abraham Lincoln (with overlay) (page 45)
28
Commager, Henry Steel. "First Book of American History"
Boston Tea Party (with overlay) (pages 20-21)
29
Commager, Henry Steel. "First Book of American History"
Midnight ride of Paul Revere (pages 22-23)
210
Commager, Henry Steel. "First Book of American History"
Pioneer in buckskin with rifle and overlay (page 28)
Gold prospectors (with overlay) (page 37)
211
Commager, Henry Steel. "First Book of American History"
Pioneer and wagon train (pages 30-31)
212
Commager, Henry Steel. "First Book of American History"
Fulton's "Clermont" (with overlay) (page 32)
Locomotive (with overlay) (page 52)
213
Commager, Henry Steel. "First Book of American History"
Early train centered between text (page 34)
FDR (page 59)
214
Commager, Henry Steel. "First Book of American History"
Slave family (with overlay) (page 40)
Robert E. Lee (with overlay) (page 49)
215
Commager, Henry Steel. "First Book of American History"
2 female African-Americans
1 male African-American
1 female Caucasian (page 42)
1 slave master
Harriet Beecher Stowe (page 43)
216
Commager, Henry Steel. "First Book of American History"
Assault on Summer (pages 46-47)
217
Commager, Henry Steel. "First Book of American History"
Union Soldiers
Confederate soldiers (pages 50-51)
218
Commager, Henry Steel. "First Book of American History"
Earliest photograph (page 54)
Thomas Edison and a light bulb (page 55)
219
Commager, Henry Steel. "First Book of American History"
Soldiers and tanks WWI (with overlay) (pages 60-61)
220
Commager, Henry Steel. "First Book of American History"
Indians and Pilgrims upon first meeting (page 6)
221
Commager, Henry Steel. "First Book of American History"
Overlay of Pilgrims
222
Commager, Henry Steel. "First Book of American History"
Spanish galleon (with overlay)
Pilgrims and Indians in canoe (with overlay) (pages 4-5)
223
Commager, Henry Steel. "First Book of American History"
Pilgrims and Amerindians (page 6)
224
Commager, Henry Steel. "First Book of American History"
German American homestead
Young Ben Franklin in Philadelphia (pages 10-14)
225
Commager, Henry Steel. "First Book of American History"
Overlay of American Revolutionary War soldier with cannon
226
Daugherty, Charles Michael. "The Great Archaeologists"
"The Great Archaeologists" title
227
Daugherty, Charles Michael. "The Great Archaeologists"
Street in Pompeii (#3)
228
Daugherty, Charles Michael. "The Great Archaeologists"
Mohenjo-Daro site in Pakistan (a seal) "stamp design" for cover
229
Daugherty, Charles Michael. "The Great Archaeologists"
Map of Crete (#19)
Map of Iran, Iraq, and vicinity (#37)
Map of France and vicinity (#45)
Map of China and vicinity (#31)
230
Daugherty, Charles Michael. "The Great Archaeologists"
Scratch board on cells of Mayan art
231
Daugherty, Charles Michael. "The Great Archaeologists"
Greece and vicinity (#13)
Mexico and Central America (#28)
India and vicinity (#35)
Egypt and surrounding areas (#6)
Italy and vicinity (#4)
Mayan pyramids (#29)
232
Daugherty, Charles Michael. "The Great Archaeologists"
Minoan bull leaping (#20)
Giant arm rising from the ground (#2)
Man digging (#17)
Mycenaean Lion Gate (#15)
Mayan Pyramid (#11)
Steamboat of Nile (#25)
233
Daugherty, Charles Michael. "The Great Archaeologists"
Great Wall of China (#33)
Ruined Building (#40)
Unidentified syllabary (#42)
Champollion deciphering the Rosetta stone (#9)
French cave paintings(#44)
234
Daugherty, Charles Michael. "The Great Archaeologists"
Jacket design with sphinx illustration
235
Daugherty, Charles Michael. "The Great Archaeologists"
Trojan horse (#12)
Minoan octopus jar (marine style) (#18)
Mediterranean helmet (#16)
Stonehenge (#22)
236
Daugherty, Charles Michael. "The Great Archaeologists"
Seal from Mahenjo-Daro site in Pakistan
"Gold Dagger of Ur" (#36)
Bovine creature from cave at Lascaus (#43b)
237
Daugherty, Charles Michael. "The Great Archaeologists"
Hellenic figure (#1)
Egyptian hieroglyphic (#8)
Rosetta stone (#5)
Lamassu Assyrian human headed, wind of bull sculpture (#10)
238
Daugherty, Charles Michael. "The Great Archaeologists"
native American, beaver (#27)
Sphinx head with nose (#24)
Legs of statue in water (#30)
? (#39)
Unidentified hieroglyphics (#41)
239
Daugherty, Charles Michael. "The Great Archaeologists"
Pompeii (#3)
A city in flames (#14)
2 men holding a jar between two pillars (#21)
Man with lantern crawling in the tunnel brick (#23)
Bovine creature from cave at Lascaus (#43)
240
Davis, Russell. "Ten Thousand Desert Swords"
Hand holding a scimitar
241
Davis, Russell. "Ten Thousand Desert Swords"
Man on horseback (#10)
242
Davis, Russell. "Ten Thousand Desert Swords"
Man on horseback leading troops (#11)
Mounted Arabian soldiers with spears (#16)
243
Davis, Russell. "Ten Thousand Desert Swords"
Boy peeking through reeds (#1)
Man on horseback being gored (#2)
Prisoners being sentenced (#12)
244
Davis, Russell. "Ten Thousand Desert Swords"
Women dancing in front of men in a tent (#4)
Man leading camel confronted by men on horseback (#14)
31
DeCamp, L. Sprague. "The Story of Science in America"
3 diagrams from "Science Comes to America "
1967
32
DeCamp, L. Sprague. "The Story of Science in America"
About the author and artist
33
DeCamp, L. Sprague. "The Story of Science in America"
Steamboat-3 experimental version
34
DeCamp, L. Sprague. "The Story of Science in America"
Butterfly catching in the early 19th century
35
DeCamp, L. Sprague. "The Story of Science in America"
America explores and expeditions
36
DeCamp, L. Sprague. "The Story of Science in America"
The experiment with lightning suggested by Franklin and performed by D'Alibard (1752)
37
DeCamp, L. Sprague. "The Story of Science in America"
A modern computer
38
DeCamp, L. Sprague. "The Story of Science in America"
Slater's treadmill used to provide power for the first textile mill in Pawtucket, Massachusetts
39
DeCamp, L. Sprague. "The Story of Science in America"
Lick Observatory-39" refractory telescope
310
DeCamp, L. Sprague. "The Story of Science in America"
Unknown picture from chapter "Science in the Colonies"
311
DeCamp, L. Sprague. "The Story of Science in America"
Inventions of the Internal Combustion Revolution: Seldon's automobile and Wright's airplane
312
DeCamp, L. Sprague. "The Story of Science in America"
Lawrence's first two experimental cyclorons
313
DeCamp, L. Sprague. "The Story of Science in America"
Modern spacecraft: Explorer 1 and Tiros 1
314
DeCamp, L. Sprague. "The Story of Science in America"
Microscopic organisms that cause diseases: Tetanus bacteria, Polio virus
315
DeCamp, L. Sprague. "The Story of Science in America"
The physical sciences: electromagnet, electromagnetic telegraph and Joseph Henry's electric motor
316
DeCamp, L. Sprague. "The Story of Science in America"
Inventions of the Electrical Revolution: Bell's telephone, Edison's incandescent bulb, Edison's phonograph, De Forest audion, Television tube, Three transistors
317
DeCamp, L. Sprague. "The Story of Science in America"
Bathysphere
318
DeCamp, L. Sprague. "The Story of Science in America"
Types of fossil men: Pithecanthropus, Neanderthal man, Cro-Magnon man
319
DeCamp, L. Sprague. "The Story of Science in America"
The science of man "A Mayan temple pyramid in Yucatan"
320
Duput, Trever N. "First Book of Civil War Naval Actions"
Cannons from a ship
A bell
321
Duput, Trever N. "First Book of Civil War Naval Actions"
Cannon
Man loading a cannon
Soldiers on horseback
322
Duput, Trever N. "First Book of Civil War Naval Actions"
Dead soldier
Short cannon
Ruined building
Soldier firing
323
Duput, Trever N. "First Book of Civil War Naval Actions"
Confederate flag and soldier
Union flag and soldier
324
Duput, Trever N. "First Book of Civil War Naval Actions"
Confederate flag and sailor
Union flag and sailor
325
Duput, Trever N. "First Book of Civil War Naval Actions"
"Monitor"
"Merrimack"
Sailor and scope
Navy Department seal
Flag
326
Duput, Trever N. "First Book of Civil War Naval Actions"
Etching of a cannon
41
Edell, Celeste. "Here Come the Clowns"
"Here Come the Clowns" (cover art cell)
42
Edell, Celeste. "Here Come the Clowns"
(Note) Use for Putnam juvenile catalog cover
43
Edell, Celeste. "Here Come the Clowns"
Etching for page 13
44
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
Cover art painting
45
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
Dummy of "The Arabs"
46
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
Books for further reading
47
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
Index and note claiming "This drawing is based on a page in an Arabic Manuscript of the 13th Century.
48
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
"The Arabs" to Andrew
49
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
For page 128
410
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
"Mohammed the Prophet" (page 23)
411
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
"Morning on the Desert" (page 11)
412
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
"The Arab World Today" (page 102)
413
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
"The Golden Age of Empire" (page 51)
414
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
"Content" (page 7)
415
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
"Title page, backside" (page 4)
416
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
"The Arabs" title page
417
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
Cover, etc.
418
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
A man giving money to 2 beggars (page 35)
419
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
The modern Arab world map (page 37)
420
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
The Arab Empire (page 36)
421
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
Sketch for title page
422
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
Illustrations (pages 12 &19)
423
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
An Arab woman pouring coffee to an Arab man (page 30)
An Arab man talking to kids (page 28)
A man playing music (page 18)
424
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
Illustrations for pages 34 & 27
425
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
Illustrations for pages 10, 8, 17, 1, 14, & 22
426
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
Illustrations for pages 32, 35, & 15
427
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
Illustrations for pages 38, 39, 29, & 25
428
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
The Arabian Peninsula
Tower (page 16)
429
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
Mosque (page 21)
An Arab man sitting in-front of the house (page 24)
Women pulling a rope to get a bucket of water in a well (page 3)
430
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
Mosque (page 26)
A man on a donkey back (page 31)
A boat approached a town (page 20)
431
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
Arabs assembled (page 13)
432
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
Arabs fighting (page 33)
433
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
Illustrations for pages 6, 4, & 7
434
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
Illustrations for pages 19 & 23
435
Engel, Paul. "The Golden Child"
Golden Child cover stamp: Man with hatched leads woman with guitar and girl child
436
Engel, Paul. "The Golden Child"
Wagon stranded in snow (pages 14-15)
437
Engel, Paul. "The Golden Child"
Woman with stick leading girl with doll through snowy forest (pages 18-19)
438
Engel, Paul. "The Golden Child"
Woman sympathizes with man who is pointing to girl playing with doll (pages 22-23)
439
Engel, Paul. "The Golden Child"
Bearded man dancing with one skirt and 3 skirts background
440
Engel, Paul. "The Golden Child"
Pioneer family on snow (with overlay) (page 34)
441
Engel, Paul. "The Golden Child"
Family on snow searching for refuge (with overlay) (pages 36-37)
442
Engel, Paul. "The Golden Child"
Family, woman with guitar, man with hatchet trudging through snow, large leafless tree and owl flying (pages 44-45)
443
Engel, Paul. "The Golden Child"
Woman and guitar lying in snow (with overlay)
444
Engel, Paul. "The Golden Child"
Man with axe pulls woman and guitar on sled. Girl follows (with overlay)
445
Engel, Paul. "The Golden Child"
#12 pages 60-61, The end of the snow
446
Engel, Paul. "The Golden Child"
#16 pages 78-79, People dancing
447
Engel, Paul. "The Golden Child"
#21 pages 104-105, Man with axe
51
Engel, Paul. "The Golden Child"
Indian with 2 donkeys (page 68 & 69)
52
Engel, Paul. "The Golden Child"
Indian and Anglo shaking hands (with overlay) (page 75)
53
Engel, Paul. "The Golden Child"
Empathetic old orator in military clothes (with overlay) (page 87)
54
Engel, Paul. "The Golden Child"
Man with axe bag, woman with guitar holding girl by the hand find a double door (pages 90-91)
55
Engel, Paul. "The Golden Child"
Man with mustache holding large knife, bearded man with axe (with overlay)
56
Engel, Paul. "The Golden Child"
"Opening of Chapter 8" mustached man with knife standing in barn (with overlay)
57
Engel, Paul. "The Golden Child"
Well-dressed woman with mustached man and bearded man (with overlay) (page 112)
58
Engel, Paul. "The Golden Child"
A ruckus has ensued (pages 116-117)
59
Engel, Paul. "The Golden Child"
Well-dressed woman holding shawl over a pillow where a doll and rock lie, mustached and bearded man in background
510
Engel, Paul. "The Golden Child"
3 short texts (pages 13 & 69)
511
Felton, Harold W. "A Horse Named Justin Morgan"
(2) Shots on Both:
Union '76 Flag (a: Chapter 4 #2 & #4, pages 43-62)
Union Jack (pages 36-53)
Horse (#9) Shots
Horse head over paddock (#10) Shots
512
Felton, Harold W. "A Horse Named Justin Morgan"
Two horses drinking foal raised head
513
Felton, Harold W. "Sergeant O'Keefe and his Mule, Balaam"
Sergeant and his mule laughing
514
Felton, Harold W. "Sergeant O'Keefe and his Mule, Balaam"
Sergeant O'Keefe on his mule
515
Felton, Harold W. "Sergeant O'Keefe and his Mule, Balaam"
Note about drawings
516
Felton, Harold W. "World's Most Truthful Man"
"Meet Ed Grant" (man with pipe)
517
Felton, Harold W. "World's Most Truthful Man"
2 yoked horses pulling boulder (#5)
Large fish, watch and chain in water (#6)
518
Felton, Harold W. "World's Most Truthful Man"
Man being chased by a bear (#8)
519
Felton, Harold W. "World's Most Truthful Man"
People staring at flying stove (#9)
520
Felton, Harold W. "World's Most Truthful Man"
Man holding a stove over his head (#12)
521
Felton, Harold W. "World's Most Truthful Man"
Man hiding in log (#13)
522
Felton, Harold W. "World's Most Truthful Man"
Man in rowboat with flaming oars (#14)
523
Felton, Harold W. "World's Most Truthful Man"
Man and rabbit (#15)
524
Felton, Harold W. "World's Most Truthful Man"
Man fighting a bear (#16)
525
Felton, Harold W. "World's Most Truthful Man"
Two men and a dead bear (#17)
526
Felton, Harold W. "World's Most Truthful Man"
Ice skaters with body submerged (#19)
527
Felton, Harold W. "World's Most Truthful Man"
Man on all fours in snow looking at animal track
528
Ferguson, Charles. "Getting to Know the USA"
One mounted and 3 British foot soldiers under attack in forest
529
Ferguson, Charles. "Getting to Know the USA"
Cars in traffic in New York City (with overlay) (#26)
530
Ferguson, Charles. "Getting to Know the USA"
A rocket ship to a cosmic body (#31)
531
Ferguson, Charles. "Getting to Know the USA"
Lewis and Clark surveying the West (#15)
532
Ferguson, Charles. "Getting to Know the USA"
2 men and a woman in front of 2 houses in forest (#4)
533
Ferguson, Charles. "Getting to Know the USA"
View of a big city building (#2)
534
Ferguson, Charles. "Getting to Know the USA"
American bald eagle holding the atomic energy sky (with overlay) (#15)
535
Ferguson, Charles. "Getting to Know the USA"
A play on the stage (with overlay)
536
Ferguson, Charles. "Getting to Know the USA"
Industrial Americans pour molten steel (#23)
537
Ferguson, Charles. "Getting to Know the USA"
Europeans fighting against a Native American who is attacking a woman (#18)
538
Ferguson, Charles. "Getting to Know the USA"
A canoe (#24)
61
Ferguson, Charles. "Getting to Know the USA"
A woman with 3 kids crossing the river (#21)
62
Ferguson, Charles. "Getting to Know the USA"
Man and woman in a cart (#25)
63
Fisher, Leonard Everett. "Pumpers, Boilers, Hooks and Ladders"
Old fire engine
64
Fisher, Leonard Everett. "Pumpers, Boilers, Hooks and Ladders"
Text (page 7)
65
Fisher, Leonard Everett. "Pumpers, Boilers, Hooks and Ladders"
"Fearless and Faithful" (a banner attached to #5 post)
66
Fisher, Leonard Everett. "Pushers, Spads, Jennies and Jets"
Hang gliders in a bird shaped hang glider
67
Fisher, Margery M. "But Not Our Daddy"
Cover art (with overlay)
68
Fisher, Margery M. "But Not Our Daddy"
Title page, 4 & 5 (with overlays)
69
Fisher, Margery M. "But Not Our Daddy"
No art pages 6 & 7
610
Fisher, Margery M. "But Not Our Daddy"
Daddies walking to work (pages 8 & 9) (with overlays)
611
Fisher, Margery M. "But Not Our Daddy"
Daddies driving to work (pages 10 & 11)
612
Fisher, Margery M. "But Not Our Daddy"
Daddies taking a train to work (with overlays) (pages 12 & 13)
613
Fisher, Margery M. "But Not Our Daddy"
Daddy staying home and painting, no overlay (pages 14 &15)
614
Fisher, Margery M. "But Not Our Daddy"
Children peek into the workshop (with overlays) (pages 16 & 17)
615
Fisher, Margery M. "But Not Our Daddy"
Children playing with tape, no overlay (pages 18 & 19)
616
Fisher, Margery M. "But Not Our Daddy"
Kids playing with paints (with overlays) (pages 20 &21)
617
Fisher, Margery M. "But Not Our Daddy"
Kids playing with paste, no overlay (pages 24 & 25)
618
Fisher, Margery M. "But Not Our Daddy"
Kids dusting paintings (with overlays) (pages 24 & 25)
619
Fisher, Margery M. "But Not Our Daddy"
Kids trying to keep a man outside the studio, no overlay (pages 26 & 27)
620
Fisher, Margery M. "But Not Our Daddy"
Daddy at easel surrounded by kids (with overlays) (pages 28 & 29)
621
Foster, John. "Guadalcanal General"
American eagle with "semper fi" banner perched at the top of the world with an anchor behind.
622
Foster, John. "Guadalcanal General"
Tent in a jungle with two man planning
623
Foster, John. "Guadalcanal General"
Two men in foxholes (#255)
624
Foster, John. "Guadalcanal General"
Map of Coral Sea and Solomon Islands
Man of Guadalcanal (#55)
625
Foster, John. "Guadalcanal General"
Title Frontis USMC 2 star General
626
Foster, John. "Rebel Sea Raider"
Spine dummy
627
Foster, John. "Rebel Sea Raider"
Cover (with overlays)
628
Foster, John. "Rebel Sea Raider"
Burning ship in frame (#4)
629
Foster, John. "Rebel Sea Raider"
2 burning ships (#8)
630
Foster, John. "Rebel Sea Raider"
2 men on raft at sea (#2)
631
Foster, John. "Rebel Sea Raider"
On ship along calm coast (#3)
632
Foster, John. "Rebel Sea Raider"
One ship flees another (#9)
633
Foster, John. "Rebel Sea Raider"
Cannon fire upon a ship (#10)
634
Foster, John. "Rebel Sea Raider"
Captain makes announcement to crew (#5)
635
Foster, John. "Rebel Sea Raider"
Ship in a storm (#6)
636
Foster, John. "Rebel Sea Raider"
Title frontis, Captain of the ship (#1)
637
Foster, John. "Rebel Sea Raider"
Men firing cannons (#7)
638
Foster, John. "Rebel Sea Raider"
Map of the world with routes of the "Alabama" and the "Sumter" (#11)
71
Friedman, Estelle. "Digging into Yesterday"
Title page
72
Friedman, Estelle. "Digging into Yesterday"
A man and a woman driving a pair of oxen
Columbia icon
73
Friedman, Estelle. "Digging into Yesterday"
Map of Iran (#16 page 75)
Bearded, shirtless man with hieroglyphics (#17 page 79)
Map of Peru (#21 page 104)
74
Friedman, Estelle. "Digging into Yesterday"
Lion gate (#28 page 141)
View of rock town (#24 page 117)
75
Friedman, Estelle. "Digging into Yesterday"
Map of Crete (#11 page 55)
Two women (#14 page 70)
Bull jumping (#13 page 61)
76
Friedman, Estelle. "Digging into Yesterday"
Pre-Columbian sharp toothed icon (#20 page 102)
77
Friedman, Estelle. "Digging into Yesterday"
Aztec Temple (#15 page 73)
78
Friedman, Estelle. "Digging into Yesterday"
The Minotaur (#10 page 52)
79
Friedman, Estelle. "Digging into Yesterday"
Trojan Horse (#25 page 127)
710
Friedman, Estelle. "Digging into Yesterday"
Maiden being thrown into a volcano (#9 page 33)
711
Friedman, Estelle. "Digging into Yesterday"
Under water scene with Amphora and fish (#29 page 148)
712
Friedman, Estelle. "Digging into Yesterday"
Map of Egypt (#3 page 35?)
713
Friedman, Estelle. "Digging into Yesterday"
Egyptian guarding an opening (#5 page 48)
714
Friedman, Estelle. "Digging into Yesterday"
Figure in short Arab, North African dress climbing stone steps (#4 page 40)
715
Friedman, Estelle. "Digging into Yesterday"
Sphinx and pyramids (#1 page 11)
Egyptian profile (#2 page 36)
Pre-Columbian pyramid (#6 page 20)
716
Friedman, Estelle. "Digging into Yesterday"
Pre-Columbian in a temple (#12 page 58)
Roman driving a chariot driving a games (#27 page 103)
717
Friedman, Estelle. "Digging into Yesterday"
Man in hat discovers ruins (#23 page 113)
Map of Mesoamerica (#7 page 22)
Pre-Columbian Dancer in ceremonial costumes (#8 page 25)
718
Friedman, Estelle. "Digging into Yesterday"
Two Aztec commoners carry an important Aztec (page 106)
Map of Greece, Turkey, the Aegean Sea (page 133)
719
Friedman, Estelle. "Digging into Yesterday"
Profile of bearded man in architectural setting (#18 page 87)
720
Friedman, Estelle. "Digging into Yesterday"
Woman in head dress playing strange instrument (#19 page 93) (note on back: value $50)
721
Fulton, Harold W. "A Horse Named Justin Morgan"
6 small illustrations on scratchboard:
Horse pulling carriage (#2 page 26)
Man riding horse, man standing (#8 page 72)
Horse race (#13 page 121)
Man in top hat yelling at farmer (#15 page 138)
Horse flag (page 3)
722
Fulton, Harold W. "A Horse Named Justin Morgan"
Cover art
723
Fulton, Harold W. "A Horse Named Justin Morgan"
Cover art overlay
724
Gilbert, Henry. "Robin Hood"
Merry men in the forest (with overlay)
725
Green. "Most Honorable Pirate"
Diagrammitical cross-section of Sweden SW to NE (#1)
726
Green. "Most Honorable Pirate"
Sketch of above (cross-sectional of Sweden SW to NE)
727
Hale, Edward E. "The Man without a Country"
Philip Nolan (page frontis, #1 page 2)
728
Hale, Edward E. "The Man without a Country"
Man feeling guilty (#2 page 7)
729
Hale, Edward E. "The Man without a Country"
Four men passing time (#4 page 17)
730
Hale, Edward E. "The Man without a Country"
The ship dance (#5 page 22-23)
731
Hale, Edward E. "The Man without a Country"
Ship war-room on fire (#6 pages 26-27)
732
Hale, Edward E. "The Man without a Country"
Freeing of the slaves (#7 page 32-33)
733
Hale, Edward E. "The Man without a Country"
Flag (#8 page 36-37)
734
Hale, Edward E. "The Man without a Country"
Officers drinking (#9 pages 42-43)
735
Hale, Edward E. "The Man without a Country"
Nolan with visitor (#10 page 47)
736
Hale, Edward E. "The Man without a Country"
The end of a life(#11 pages 50-51)
737
Harte, Bret. "The Luck of Roaring Camp and three other stories"
Crowd gathered outside a cabin (page 1)
738
Harte, Bret. "The Luck of Roaring Camp and three other stories"
Men with piped (#2 pages 4-5)
739
Harte, Bret. "The Luck of Roaring Camp and three other stories"
Four men in a line with a baby a box on a table (#3 page 8)
740
Harte, Bret. "The Luck of Roaring Camp and three other stories"
Four men gathered around a baby inside box on table (#4 page 14)
741
Harte, Bret. "The Luck of Roaring Camp and three other stories"
Two men supporting a man holding a baby (#5 page 20)
742
Harte, Bret. "The Luck of Roaring Camp and three other stories"
"Poker Flats" Man huddled by small fire during snow storm (#7 page 32)
743
Harte, Bret. "The Luck of Roaring Camp and three other stories"
"Poker Flats" Huddles around the fire (#8 page 38)
744
Harte, Bret. "The Luck of Roaring Camp and three other stories"
"Poker Flats" Two men on horseback in snow storm (#9 page 42)
745
Harte, Bret. "The Luck of Roaring Camp and three other stories"
2 men on horseback one pointing a pistol at the other who has his hands up (#10 page 48)
746
Harte, Bret. "The Luck of Roaring Camp and three other stories"
man carrying a bag as others watch (#11 page 52)
747
Harte, Bret. "The Luck of Roaring Camp and three other stories"
"Tennessee's Partner" a man on a horse is hung upon a tree (#12 page 56)
748
Harte, Bret. "The Luck of Roaring Camp and three other stories"
"Tennessee's Partner" 2-wheeled cart (#13 pages 60-61)
749
Harte, Bret. "The Luck of Roaring Camp and three other stories"
"Idly of Red Gulch" woman begging another woman (#17 page 82)
750
Harte, Bret. "The Luck of Roaring Camp and three other stories"
"Idly of Red Gulch" boy courting a girl under a tree (#16 page 76)
81
Harte, Bret. "The Luck of Roaring Camp and three other stories"
"Idly the Red Gulch" the hanging (#14 pages 70-71)
82
Harte, Bret. "The Luck of Roaring Camp and three other stories"
"Idly the Red Gulch" woman scolds a man (#15 pages 70-71)
83
Harte, Bret. "The Luck of Roaring Camp and three other stories"
"Poker Flats" armed men chase off a foursome (#6 pages 26-27)
84
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. "The Great Stone Face and two other stories"
Title-Nathaniel Hawthorne (#1)
85
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. "The Great Stone Face and two other stories"
Stone face rock formation (#1)
86
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. "The Great Stone Face and two other stories"
A boy and a mother sitting on a beach (#2)
87
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. "The Great Stone Face and two other stories"
The general (#3)
88
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. "The Great Stone Face and two other stories"
The banker (#4)
89
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. "The Great Stone Face and two other stories"
The politician (#5)
810
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. "The Great Stone Face and two other stories"
The poet (#6)
811
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. "The Great Stone Face and two other stories"
Profile of a gentle-faced man (#7)
812
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. "The Great Stone Face and two other stories"
Old woman smokes a pipe (#8)
813
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. "The Great Stone Face and two other stories"
Scarecrow (#9)
814
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. "The Great Stone Face and two other stories"
Scarecrow dressed like a well-dressed man (#10)
815
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. "The Great Stone Face and two other stories"
Man has a tear in his jacket (#11)
816
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. "The Great Stone Face and two other stories"
Well-dressed man smokes a pipe (#12)
817
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. "The Great Stone Face and two other stories"
Well-dressed man with pipe and cane (#13)
818
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. "The Great Stone Face and two other stories"
Man and woman face a scary crow with pumpkin head (#14)
819
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. "The Great Stone Face and two other stories"
Sinister-looking man pulling a rope (#15)
820
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. "The Great Stone Face and two other stories"
The Minister's black veil (#16)
821
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. "The Great Stone Face and two other stories"
Body in a casket (#17)
822
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. "The Great Stone Face and two other stories"
Veiled man speaks to women with a cross in background (#18)
823
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. "The Great Stone Face and two other stories"
Veiled man lies on bed while other hover around (#19)
824
Hubbard, Elbert. "A Message to Garcia"
Title page jungle scene (#1)
825
Hubbard, Elbert. "A Message to Garcia"
Man with gun and bandolier pulls dinghy rope (#6)
826
Hubbard, Elbert. "A Message to Garcia"
Man with pack and gun confronts tropical rainforest (#7)
827
Hurd, Edith T. "The Golden Hind"
Endpaper-Map of Drake's voyage around the world (with overlay)
828
Hurd, Edith T. "The Golden Hind"
Indians and Spanish dancing (#9)
829
Hurd, Edith T. "The Golden Hind"
Ship at sea (#30)
Ship near town (#32)
830
Hurd, Edith T. "The Golden Hind"
Conquistadors with treasure (#19)
831
Irving, Robert. "Energy and Power"
Hydrogen isotopes (#2 chapter 10)
832
Irving, Robert. "Energy and Power"
2 men pulling a rope
833
Irving, Robert. "Energy and Power"
Water cycle (replacement for chapter 7 #4)
834
Irving, Robert. "Sound and Ultrasonics"
Case design "Flop illustration-trumpet makes sound through bricks"
835
Irving, Robert. "Sound and Ultrasonics"
Diagram of tuning fork, pin and soot covered smoked glass
91
Irving, Robert. "Sound and Ultrasonics"
Electromagnetic waves
92
Irving, Washington. "Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
Title page
93
Irving, Washington. "Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
Ichabod reading (page 13)
94
Irving, Washington. "Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
Ichabod Crane, schoolmaster (pages 16-17)
95
Irving, Washington. "Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
Startled (page 21)
96
Irving, Washington. "Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
The suitor (page 23)
97
Irving, Washington. "Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
The boyfriend (page 29)
98
Irving, Washington. "Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
Preparing for the dance (page 35)
99
Irving, Washington. "Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
Ichabod sets out (page 37)
910
Irving, Washington. "Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
Headed for the dance (page 41)
911
Irving, Washington. "Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
The feast (pages 42-43)
912
Irving, Washington. "Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
At the dance (page 45)
913
Irving, Washington. "Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
The long ride home (pages 50-51)
914
Irving, Washington. "Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
Spooked (pages 54-55)
915
Irving, Washington. "Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
The chase (page 57)
916
Irving, Washington. "Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
Close-up, headless horseman (page 59)
917
Irving, Washington. "Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
Attack of the headless horseman (pages 60-61)
918
Irving, Washington. "Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
Direct hit (pages 62-63)
919
Irving, Washington. "Rip Van Winkle"
Small town between the mountains
920
Irving, Washington. "Rip Van Winkle"
Villagers sitting under a tree reading a newspaper (page 13)
921
Irving, Washington. "Rip Van Winkle"
Rip Van Winkle wakes up (page 25)
922
Irving, Washington. "Rip Van Winkle"
Rip and his dog Walfe climb in Kats hills (page 17)
923
Irving, Washington. "Rip Van Winkle"
Rip as an old man (page 45)
924
Irving, Washington. "Rip Van Winkle"
Rip meets a neighbor (page 19)
925
Irving, Washington. "Rip Van Winkle"
Dam Rip castigates (page 11)
926
Irving, Washington. "Rip Van Winkle"
Title frontis
927
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Cabinet"
Cover illustration (with overlays)
928
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Cabinet"
Franklin Roosevelt
Crest
UFO
FDR sign
929
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Cabinet"
Urban Affairs logo (chapter 1)
930
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Cabinet"
Title page spot cabinet seals: State, Treasury, Defense, Post Office, Justice, Interior, Agriculture, Commerce, Labor, Heath Education and Welfare, Housing and Urban Development.
931
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Cabinet"
Spots (chapter 1 #1): State, Treasury, Defense, Justice, Post Office, Interior, Agriculture, Commerce, Labor, Health Education and Welfare
932
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Cabinet"
Three women with upturned noses
101
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Cabinet"
3 men striking a duel (#12)
102
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Cabinet"
Exploding cannon (#10)
103
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Cabinet"
Naval Battle (#4)
104
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Cabinet"
FDR and Cabinet member (#13)
105
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Cabinet"
Lincoln supporters for press (#11)
106
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Cabinet"
Cavalry men attacking unarmed Indians (#7)
107
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Cabinet"
A duel (probably Burr and Hamilton) (#5)
108
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Cabinet"
American presents a document to a British magistrate (#2)
109
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Cabinet"
An argument in the Washington cabinet (#3)
1010
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Cabinet"
A fight between 2 men (#6)
1011
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Cabinet"
Andrew Jackson's inaugural party (#8)
1012
Johnson, Gerald White. "Communism, An American's View"
Jacket art with 3 overlays (scratchboard)
1013
Johnson, Gerald White. "Communism, An American's View"
Title page
1014
Johnson, Gerald White. "Communism, An American's View"
"Civil War" Russians on horseback killing man in snow (#5)
1015
Johnson, Gerald White. "Communism, An American's View"
Trotsky rallies soldiers (#4)
1016
Johnson, Gerald White. "Communism, An American's View"
Lenin Returns (#2)
Peasant left to starve (#11)
1017
Johnson, Gerald White. "Communism, An American's View"
Stalin's funeral (#12)
1018
Johnson, Gerald White. "Communism, An American's View"
Rampaging peasants (#3)
1019
Johnson, Gerald White. "Communism, An American's View"
Kremlin (#7)
Trotsky's murder (#9)
1020
Johnson, Gerald White. "Communism, An American's View"
Title page design, USSR flag
1021
Johnson, Gerald White. "Communism, An American's View"
Karl Marx (#1)
Lenin (#6)
1022
Johnson, Gerald White. "Communism, An American's View"
Stalin Robs a Bank (#8)
Kruschev (#13)
1023
Johnson, Gerald White. "Communism, An American's View"
Purge (#10)
Schoolroom (#14)
1024
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Congress"
The Capitol building (title page)
1025
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Congress"
Gerrymandered district in Massachusetts (page 34)
1026
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Congress"
Henry Clay gives a speech (#8 pages 82-83)
1027
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Congress"
State of the Union address (#1 pages 16-17)
1028
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Congress"
A Senatorial campaign (#10 pages 90-91)
1029
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Congress"
T. Roosevelt signs a bill into law (#4 pages 40-41)
1030
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Congress"
Televised press conference (#11 pages 112-113)
1031
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Congress"
Washington, Franklin, Madison, and Hamilton talk (#5 pages 52-53)
1032
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Congress"
Testimony before Congressional committee (#2 pages 22-23)
1033
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Congress"
Civil War battle scene (#9 pages 90-91)
1034
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Congress"
Man to be guillotined before an angry crowd (#7 pages 72-73)
1035
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Congress"
Voting (#3 pages 30-31)
111
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Presidency"
Woodrow Wilson at League of Nations (pages 106-107)
112
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Presidency"
Theodore Roosevelt (page 100)
Inspecting the US Navy as the fleet sails (page 101)
113
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Presidency"
Congressional leader look at map of Louisiana Purchase (page 80)
Jefferson looks at map of Louisiana Purchase (page 81)
114
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Presidency"
US Air Force helicopter (page 18)
JFK and LBJ (page 19)
115
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Presidency"
Civil War General (page 94)
Lincoln on Civil War battleground (page 95)
116
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Presidency"
White House (title page to "The Presidency"
117
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Presidency"
Washington and advisors (pages 26-27)
118
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Presidency"
Washington and Franklin at Constitutional convention (pages 58-59)
119
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Presidency"
FDR gives a speech (pages 110-111)
1110
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Presidency"
Truman before the tomb of the unknowns (pages 36-37)
1111
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Supreme Court"
Seal of the Supreme Court and overlay
1112
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Supreme Court"
Title page, scratchboard
1113
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Supreme Court"
The Supreme Court in session-scratchboard (pages 18-19)
1114
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Supreme Court"
Lincoln sworn in as President (pages 26-27)
1115
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Supreme Court"
"Vanderbilt vs. Livingstone" (#3 pages 40-41)
1116
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Supreme Court"
"Marbury vs. Madison" (pages 50-51)
1117
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Supreme Court"
Georgia Indian case, 1834 (#5 pages 62-63)
1118
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Supreme Court"
Dred Scott, 1857 (#6 pages 72-73)
1119
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Supreme Court"
Taney delivers a writ (#7 pages 80-81)
1120
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Supreme Court"
Trial of Andrew Johnson (pages 88-89)
1121
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Supreme Court"
"Ex Parte Milligan," 1866 (pages 96-97)
1122
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Supreme Court"
Unemployed men
Man selling apples (pages 106-107)
1123
Johnson, Gerald White. "The Supreme Court"
Integrated schoolroom (pages 116-117)
1124
Kennedy, John F. "JFK Inaugural Address"
Tyranny, Poverty, Disease, and War (#10 page 30)
1125
Kennedy, John F. "JFK Inaugural Address"
JFK's coffin (pages 34-35)
1126
Kennedy, John F. "JFK Inaugural Address"
Kennedy grave with eternal fire (pages 38-39)
1127
Kuhn, Louis Harris. "The World of Joe Davidson"
Jacket design (with overlays)
1128
Kuhn, Louis Harris. "The World of Joe Davidson"
4 sculptural busts, overlay
1129
Lamb, Charles. "Tales from Shakespeare"
Globe Theatre and William Shakespeare (Jacket art with overlay)
1130
Larnen, Brendan. "St. Thomas Aquinas and the Preaching Beggars"
Case motif of the sun
1131
Latham, Jean L. "Man of the Monitor: Story of John Erickson"
Jacket revision of the "Monitor"
1132
Latham, Jean L. "Man of the Monitor: Story of John Erickson"
Jacket revision (with overlays)
1133
Latham, Jean L. "Man of the Monitor: Story of John Erickson"
"Monitor" in battle with 2 overlays
1134
Latham, Jean L. "Man of the Monitor: Story of John Erickson"
Men view a model steam engine (#4)
"Monitor" attacks "Merrimack" (#12)
1135
Latham, Jean L. "Man of the Monitor: Story of John Erickson"
Selling up a survey demon (#3)
Ship under sail in sea (#6)
Dinghy pulling up to large ship (#7)
1136
Latham, Jean L. "Man of the Monitor: Story of John Erickson"
Man in naval uniform (note: not to be used in book)
Map of Chesapeake Bay and area (with overlay)
121
L'Engle, Madeleine. "Journey with Jonah"
Cover art
122
L'Engle, Madeleine. "Journey with Jonah"
Cover art scratchboard (with overlay)
123
L'Engle, Madeleine. "Journey with Jonah"
Bearded man in dress sitting under bush/tree (#5)
124
L'Engle, Madeleine. "Journey with Jonah"
Bearded man sitting under tree with owl and goose (#6)
125
L'Engle, Madeleine. "Journey with Jonah"
Jonah in the whale's stomach (#5 page 38)
126
L'Engle, Madeleine. "Journey with Jonah"
Jonah suspended in air over whale in water (#4 page 32)
127
L'Engle, Madeleine. "Journey with Jonah"
Rat family aboard ship during lightning storm (#3 page 26)
128
L'Engle, Madeleine. "Journey with Jonah"
Jonah being pelted with rocks, eggs, etc., 2 dogs and bird (#2 page 14)
129
L'Engle, Madeleine. "Journey with Jonah"
Jonah perched on a rock, pointing own, bird, goose (#1 page 4)
1210
L'Engle, Madeleine. "Journey with Jonah"
Jonah sailing with hands on head (title frontis)
1211
L'Engle, Madeleine. "Journey with Jonah"
Jonah under bush/tree with bird and snail (#8 page 60)
1212
Lent, Henry B. "Men at Work on the West Coast
Jacket art
1213
Lent, Henry B. "Men at Work on the West Coast
Cover illustration (with overlay)
1214
Lent, Henry B. "Men at Work on the West Coast
Map of West Coast states
1215
London, Jack. "Before Adam"
Cover art (with text)
1216
London, Jack. "Star Rover"
Guard and prisoner lace up body of another prisoner (#1 page 53)
1217
London, Jack. "Star Rover"
Two musketeers duel. One is stabbed through the chest. (#2 page 97)
1218
London, Jack. "Star Rover"
Two men: one holding a full bucket one has dropped his (#3 page 138)
1219
London, Jack. "Star Rover"
Old man and woman begging (#4 page 192)
1220
London, Jack. "Star Rover"
Hen yelling, Middle Eastern scene with Roman centurion (#5 page 223)
1221
London, Jack. "Star Rover"
Man clinging to rocks in the sea (#6 page 269)
1222
Maurois, Andre. "Weigher of Souls"
Man walking through doorway (#1)
1223
Maurois, Andre. "Weigher of Souls"
Deathbed scene (#2)
1224
Maurois, Andre. "Weigher of Souls"
Dead body under bell jar (#3)
1225
Maurois, Andre. "Weigher of Souls"
Men examining bookcases with numbered globes on top shelf (#4)
1226
Maurois, Andre. "Weigher of Souls"
Two men examine a glass ball (#5)
1227
Meredith, Robert. "Riding with Coronado"
Jacket cover art (with overlays)
1228
Meredith, Robert. "Riding with Coronado"
An adaptation of Sebastian Cabot's map of 1544 (#20)
1229
Meredith, Robert. "Riding with Coronado"
Mounted conquistador surrounded by padres and an African (#2)
Two conquistadors and falling rocks (#5)
1230
Meredith, Robert. "Riding with Coronado"
Expedition begins (#3)
Wounded conquistador helped by others (#6)
Spanish fire a cannon (#4)
Spaniard on horseback runs down an Indian (#8)
1231
Meredith, Robert. "Riding with Coronado"
Soldiery rider in the sun (#15)
Two men on horseback, one falling (#18)
Spaniard finds water (#17)
Padre and Indians in a pueblo (#19)
1232
Meredith, Robert. "Riding with Coronado"
Rafting across a river (#7)
Spaniards capture Indians (#10)
1233
Meredith, Robert. "Riding with Coronado"
Map of Coronado route (#1)
1234
Meredith, Robert. "Riding with Coronado"
Map of New Mexico (#9)
Spaniard hunting buffalo (#13)
Spaniard under siege (#11)
Herd of buffalo (#14)
1235
Meredith, Robert. "Riding with Coronado"
Coronado and an Indian (#12)
Spaniard riding away from an Indian group (#16)
1236
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Constitution"
Dummy book
1237
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Constitution"
Independence Hall-end paper
1238
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Constitution"
Paul Revere's ride (pages 50-51)
131
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Constitution"
Peg-legged man pointing (page 29)
132
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Constitution"
Patrick Henry (page 47)
133
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Founding of the Republic"
Flag with 13 stars-title page
134
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Founding of the Republic"
Liberty Bell-chapter Finis
135
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Founding of the Republic"
Profile of George Washington (page 6)
136
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Founding of the Republic"
Profile of Aaron Burr (page 62)
137
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Founding of the Republic"
Profiles of Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson (page 19)
138
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Founding of the Republic"
Profile of John Adams (page 50)
139
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Founding of the Republic"
Portrait of John Jay (page 12)
1310
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Founding of the Republic"
3 men and 1 woman, 1 man is bowing to Washingon (page 9)
1311
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Founding of the Republic"
2 men pulling down a flag (page 55)
1312
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Founding of the Republic"
"No tax" rally (page 28)
1313
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Founding of the Republic"
John Jay burning an effigy (page 42)
1314
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Founding of the Republic"
Crowd watching a man being escorted to guillotine (page 32)
1315
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Founding of the Republic"
British conscription (page 38)
1316
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of Indian Wars"
Dummy book
1317
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of War of 1812"
Sir George Prevot (#11)
Andrew Jackson (#14)
1318
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of War of 1812"
Explosion, June 22, 1807 (#4)
"Don't give up the ship" (#9)
1319
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of War of 1812"
Star spangled banner (#13)
1320
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of War of 1812"
Battle of ................. (#6)
1321
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of War of 1812"
Sinking of the "Lawrence" (#10)
1322
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of War of 1812"
Flag of truce (#7)
White House burning (#12)
1323
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of War of 1812"
John Jay (#1)
Napoleon (#2)
Henry Clay (#3)
1324
Offit, Sidney. "Cadet Quarterback"
Helmet (#5, 8, 10, 19, 24)
Crossed sabers (#3, 11, 17, 21)
Crossed guns (#4, 12, 18, 22)
Eagle with olive branches (#1, 9, 14, 20, 24)
Evading tacklers (#2, 7, 15, 23)
Running with blockers (#6, 13, 16)
1325
Offit, Sidney. "Cadet Quarterback"
Cadets vs. Civilians (#109)
A cadet cheating (?) (#143)
1326
Offit, Sidney. "Cadet Quarterback"
Cadet speaking at military at desk (#153)
Boxing match (#177)
1327
Payne, Robert. "The Splendor of Persia"
Cover page
1328
Payne, Robert. "The Splendor of Persia"
Roughs of the book
1329
Sheehan, Arthur. "Father Damian and the Bells"
Palm tree-case
1330
Sheehan, Arthur. "Father Damian and the Bells"
Head of Father Damian-Title
Family reading together (#1)
Two boys ice skating (#2)
Young man with ladder by chimney (#3)
1331
Sheehan, Arthur. "Father Damian and the Bells"
Man with arms outstretched over man laying in bed (#4)
2 men peer at mountain (#5)
Padre leads donkey while volcano erupts (#6)
Loincloth-clad boy on cliff and parents (#7)
1332
Sheehan, Arthur. "Father Damian and the Bells"
Straw thatched village by cliff (#8)
Fr. Damian sleeps under a tree (#9)
Fr. Damian hammers (#10)
Fr. Damian embraces children (#11)
141
Sheehan, Arthur. "Father Damian and the Bells"
Cross under tree (#12)
142
Sheehan, Arthur. "Father Damian and the Bells"
Palm tree-end paper
143
Smith, E. Brooks. "Columbus"
Columbus arms crossed-Title page frontis
144
Smith, E. Brooks. "Columbus"
Columbus in front of Ferinand and Isabella to begin (#1 chapter 8 pages 15-16)
145
Smith, E. Brooks. "Columbus"
Columbus yells at his crew (#4 chapter 19, pages 27-28)
146
Smith, E. Brooks. "Columbus"
The "Nina," the "Pinta," and the "Santa Maria" (#2 chapter 10 page 19)
Two pelicans (#3 chapter 13 page 25)
147
Smith, E. Brooks. "Columbus"
Indian kisses a Spaniard's feet (#8 chapter 22, page 45)
Three Spaniards chasing three Indians (#10, chapter 25 page 52)
148
Smith, E. Brooks. "Columbus"
One ship at sea (#14 chapter 31 page 67)
Two men and Columbus (#15 chapter 33 page 71)
149
Smith, E. Brooks. "Columbus"
Man in a crow's nest (#5 chapter 16 page 34)
Indians do the washing (#7 chapter 19 page 41)
1410
Smith, E. Brooks. "Columbus"
Small boat leaves a mastless ship (#12 chapter 27 page 57)
Indians and Spanish battle (#13 chapter 40 page 64)
1411
Smith, E. Brooks. "Columbus"
An Indian is carried by four other in honor (#11 chapter 26, page 54)
1412
Smith, E. Brooks. "Columbus"
Map of Spain (#3)
"Mar de Caribe" part of Hispaniola (map #2)
1413
Smith, E. Brooks. "Columbus"
Columbus plants a flag of Spain (#6 chapter 17 page 35)
1414
Smith, E. Brooks. "Columbus"
Jungle by the beach (#9 chapter 24 page 50)
1415
Smith, E. Brooks. "Columbus"
An Indian brought to Spain (#16 chapter 36 page 82)
1416
Smith, E. Brooks. "Columbus"
Returns to Ferinand and Isabella in Spain (#17 chapter 37 page 86)
1417
Smith, E. Brooks. "Columbus"
Map of first voyage
1418
Smith, E. Brooks. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Pilgrim story-dummy book
1419
Smith, E. Brooks. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Landing of the Pilgrims (page 33)
1420
Smith, E. Brooks. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Indian walking though Pilgrim village (page 54)
1421
Smith, E. Brooks. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Squanto explains fish is a fertilizer (page 49)
1422
Smith, E. Brooks. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Returning from turkey hunting (page 57)
1423
Smith, E. Brooks. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Game of lacrosse (page 53)
1424
Smith, E. Brooks. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Pilgrims in the Old World (page 17)
1425
Smith, E. Brooks. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Pilgrims squabble (page 21)
1426
Smith, E. Brooks. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Note about page 29
1427
Smith, E. Brooks. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Two ships in a rough sea (page 25)
1428
Smith, E. Brooks. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Landing party (page 41)
1429
Smith, E. Brooks. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Man overboard (page 29)
1430
Smith, E. Brooks. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Pilgrims in jail
1431
Smith, E. Brooks. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Ship struck on the rock
1432
Smith, E. Brooks. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Sleeping men yelled out at the soldier
1433
Smith, E. Brooks. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Soldiers marching Pilgrims to jail (?)
1434
Smith, E. Brooks. "Pilgrim Courage"
Pilgrim care for the infirm (#11)
1435
Smith, E. Brooks. "Pilgrim Courage"
Cover (with overlays)
1436
Sterne, Emma G. "Vasco Nunez de Balboa"
Jacket art (with overlays)
1437
Sterne, Emma G. "Vasco Nunez de Balboa"
Barrel "Harina" (chapter 1, page 11)
Execution (chapter 14, pages 118-119)
Ship under sail (chapter 13, page 109)
Spaniards in wooden cage (chapter 12, pages 98-99)
1438
Stevenson, Florence. "Aida"
Note: 8 panels and 8 drawings removed
1439
Stevenson, Florence. "Aida"
Man yelling at woman who had her face in her hand (#13 page 38)
1440
Stevenson, Florence. "Aida"
Roman-looking man and woman (#15 page 42)
1441
Stevenson, Florence. "Aida"
Egyptian scene with stern-looking woman (#18 page 52)
1442
Stevenson, Florence. "Aida"
Egyptian priest and goddess (#3 page 12)
1443
Stevenson, Florence. "Aida"
Egyptian woman and servant by court (#11 page 32)
1444
Stevenson, Florence. "Aida"
Egyptian men praying to goddess (#12 page 36)
1445
Stevenson, Florence. "Aida"
Egyptian man descending stairs while woman waits (#20 page 56)
1446
Stevenson, Florence. "Aida"
Sacrifice to the god (#21 page 60)
1447
Stevenson, Florence. "Aida"
Three Egyptian women one with flower (#2 page 8)
1448
Stevenson, Florence. "Aida"
Magnificent Egyptian temple (#1 page 6)
1449
Stevenson, Florence. "Aida"
Egyptian in a court (#9 page 28)
1450
Stevenson, Florence. "Aida"
An Egyptian priest and a soldier talking (#4 page 14)
1451
Stevenson, Florence. "Aida"
Egyptian soldier and priest watching deity (#6 page 20)
1452
Stevenson, Florence. "Aida"
Egyptians prisoners (#10 page 30)
1453
Stevenson, Florence. "Aida"
An Egyptian woman praying (#19 page 54)
1454
Stevenson, Florence. "Aida"
A soldier and a VIP Egyptian (#17 page 48)
1455
Stevenson, Florence. "Aida"
Two men fighting (#16 page 44)
151
Stevenson, Florence. "Aida"
An Egyptian man pointing to an Egyptian woman (#14 page 40)
152
Stevenson, Florence. "Aida"
2 Egyptian women dancing (#8 page 24)
153
Stevenson, Florence. "Aida"
2 Egyptian women helping another Egyptian woman to dress-up, and Egyptian guard on the back (#7 page 22)
154
Stevenson, Florence. "Aida"
An Egyptian woman praying (#5 page 16)
155
Stone, David. "Heroes and Heroines"
Boy talks with three monks (#2)
Man with sword (#14)
156
Stone, David. "Heroes and Heroines"
George Washington (#4)
Harriet Tubman and a group of African Americans (#7)
157
Stone, David. "Heroes and Heroines"
Monk with basket hands out bread to hungry people
158
Stone, David. "Heroes and Heroines"
Bearded, bespectacled white man in thatched hut and palm tree environs (#2)
159
Stone, David. "Heroes and Heroines"
Elizabeth Englishman at helm of ship (#1)
1510
Stone, David. "Heroes and Heroines"
Robert E. Lee
1511
Stone, David. "Heroes and Heroines"
Sad Lincoln and battle scene (#5)
Puritans (#13)
1512
Stone, David. "Heroes and Heroines"
Guttenberg (#3)
Florence Nightingale and dying soldier (#8)
1513
Stone, David. "Heroes and Heroines"
Norwegian flag at South pole (#16)
Founding of New Harmony (#9)
1514
Stone, David. "Heroes and Heroines"
Deep sea explorer (#17)
Pilot in Douglas skyrocket
1515
Stone, David. "Heroes and Heroines"
Shackled man gestures to woman (#30)
1516
Stone, David. "Heroes and Heroines"
Ghandi (#15)
1517
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great"
Sun with eyeball
Flaming orbit with atomic symbol in middle
1518
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great"
Sun with face
Stylized sun
Half and half face
Bull's eye with rocket
Dark circle with white arrow
White circle with black arrow
1519
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great"
Suggested typographic layout "A Macmillan science book"
Ringed planet with moon
Atom symbol
Planet and star
Planet with atomic symbol
1520
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Indian holding a head on a stick (#23)
Mica plates and slate pendant (#28)
Shipwreck (#38)
Awl, arrowhead and scraper (#5)
1521
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Hairpins or earlobe pins-Late Horizon (#36)
Charm stones-Lat Horizon (#37)
1522
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Bone tools-Early Horizon (#19)
Peruvian vase (Inca (#3)
1523
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Baked clay objects (cooking stones?) (#20)
1524
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Raft (#42)
Stanford-man skull (#11)
1525
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Side flexed burial (#24)
Clam disc and bone tube necklace (phase II-late horizon) (#34)
Grindstone and mortar (Paleo-Indian) (#39)
Charm stones (#6)
Olivella shell beads (#27)
1526
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Tycroweck-4 arrowheads
1527
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Topange-3 arrowheads, scrapers, stone cogs (#10)
1528
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Bust of long-haired Amerindian man (#12)
1529
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Map of San Francisco Bay area (#12)
1530
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Bird-figure-Late Horizon (#35)
1531
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Nut harvesting by women (#30)
1532
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Underground dig (#2)
1533
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Mourning of ancestors (#22)
1534
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Healing (#18)
1535
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Indians attacked by arrows (#39)
1536
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
A pastor and two Spanish soldiers (#43)
1537
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
San Francisco Indian women (#40)
Sweathouse (#41)
1538
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Beads-Early Horizon (#15)
Projectile points (#16)
Sloth (#8)
1539
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Fire inside a longhouse and an Indian man (#26)
1540
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Title page-ornament, mortar, projectile, points, charm stone, mortar
1541
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Clay objects-Middle Horizon (#29)
Mortar and pestles-Late Horizon (#32)
1542
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Native fisherman in a boat (#25)
161
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Four natives, one holding up a jar (#31)
162
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Two Anglos digging and found a tunnel (#4)
163
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Earl Horizon dental problem (#21)
164
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
A native man drilling (#17)
165
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Hunting a buck (#33)
166
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Burial-Early Horizon (#14)
167
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Mastodon (#7)
168
Suggs, Robert C. "Archaeology of San Francisco"
Natives getting out of water, others are in 2 boats (#13)
169
Surany, Anico. "The Golden Frog"
Jacket-"The Golden Frog"
1610
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Book jacket (gold/green)
1611
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Book jacket (blue)
1612
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Book jacket (gold/green/purple)
1613
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Book jacket (gold/green/white)
1614
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Book jacket (blue/white)
1615
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Title page
1616
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
8 pages of text and drawings (blue)
1617
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
8 pages of text and drawings (purple/white)
1618
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Text and drawings mockups
1619
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Text and drawings mockup
1620
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Text and drawings mockup (blue/white)
1621
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Text and drawings mockup (purple)
1622
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Text and drawings mockup (Blue)
1623
Surany, Anico. "Ride the Cold Wind"
Dummy Book
1624
Taylor, Florence W. "Carrier Boy"
Stopped by mounted Indians on horses (#D chapter 7)
1625
Taylor, Florence W. "Carrier Boy"
You man blowing gloss (#A chapter 2)
1626
Taylor, Florence W. "Carrier Boy"
Gentleman emerges from a carriage (#B chapter 4)
1627
Taylor, Florence W. "Carrier Boy"
2 women, 1 standing another stepping on a ladder going up and a man on a roof (#C chapter 6)
1628
Taylor, Florence W. "Carrier Boy"
Hiding in a wagon (#E chapter 10)
1629
Taylor, Florence W. "Carrier Boy"
Tackling a man with a package (#F chapter 11)
1630
Taylor, Florence W. "Carrier Boy"
Map of the locale in Pennsylvania
1631
Taylor, Florence W. "Carrier Boy"
Outside the Bedford Inn (#8)
1632
Taylor, Florence W. "Carrier Boy"
Mounted frontier men (#9 chapter 9)
1633
Taylor, Florence W. "Carrier Boy"
Father and daughter playing (Chapter 12)
1634
Taylor, Florence W. "Carrier Boy"
Woman with kettle and young girl (Chapter 10)
1635
Taylor, Florence W. "Carrier Boy"
Carrier boy rides a horse (#6)
1636
Taylor, Florence W. "Carrier Boy"
Young man with violin (#4 chapter 4)
1637
Taylor, Florence W. "Carrier Boy"
2 apprentices and a master (#3 chapter 3)
1638
Taylor, Florence W. "Carrier Boy"
Woman with two steaming bowls for the children (#2 chapter 2)
1639
Taylor, Florence W. "Carrier Boy"
Man slumps from horse being rushed by man and woman (#11)
1640
Taylor, Florence W. "Carrier Boy"
Covered wagon (#7)
1641
Thayer, Ernest L. "Casey at the Bat"
Casey tipping his hat
1642
Thayer, Ernest L. "Casey at the Bat"
Casey waiting to hit the ball
1643
Thayer, Ernest L. "Casey at the Bat"
Casey holding a bat
1644
Thayer, Ernest L. "Casey at the Bat"
Casey ready to hit the ball
1645
Thayer, Ernest L. "Casey at the Bat"
3 baseball players, one trying to catch the ball
1646
Thayer, Ernest L. "Casey at the Bat"
Sad baseball fans
171
Thayer, Ernest L. "Casey at the Bat"
Grandstand crowd (#10)
172
Thayer, Ernest L. "Casey at the Bat"
Casey quiets the crows (#11)
173
Thayer, Ernest L. "Casey at the Bat"
Casey gets ready (#12)
174
Thayer, Ernest L. "Casey at the Bat"
The saddened crowd (#13)
175
Thayer, Ernest L. "Casey at the Bat"
Jacket-Casey strikes out (#14)
176
Thayer, Ernest L. "Casey at the Bat"
The pitch (#15)
177
Walters, Helen B. "Nikola Tesla"
Jacket design (with overlays)-Tesla and lightning
178
Walters, Helen B. "Nikola Tesla"
Frontis-Tesla
179
Walters, Helen B. "Nikola Tesla"
Lightning over a house (#1)
Young Tesla alone on a pew (#2)
Young Tesla with homemade water wheel (#3)
Young Tesla fishing (#4)
1710
Walters, Helen B. "Nikola Tesla"
Youngish Tesla underwater with hose (#5)
Tesla under a tree in storm (#6)
Tesla in bed (#7)
Tesla impresses professors(#8)
1711
Walters, Helen B. "Nikola Tesla"
Tesla at work (#9)
Tesla experiment (#10)
Tesla talks with Edison (#11)
Tesla wows an audience (#12)
1712
Walters, Helen B. "Nikola Tesla"
A building in flame (#13)
Electrical powered boat (#14)
Tesla with sledge hammer (#15)
The sign says "Danger" (#16)
1713
Walters, Helen B. "Nikola Tesla"
Tesla coil works (#17)
An electric tower (#18)
Telsa and the birds (#19)
Bird in window on a stormy night (#20)
1714
Wooley, Catherine. "David's Campaign Buttons"
Case design (with overlays)
1715
Wooley, Catherine. "David's Campaign Buttons"
Jacket design (with overlays)

Series VI:  PhotographsReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Subseries A: Prints of Fisher
BoxFolder
11
A man holding Fisher's artwork talking to Fisher.
1969
12
Photo of Fisher holding a pen in one hand and the other hand on his waist.
1968
13
Photo of Fisher with a background of his artwork.
1964
14
Fisher sitting on a chair looking at his artwork.
1964
15
Fisher surrounded by children looking at his artwork in Washington, D.C.
November 18, 1960
16
Photo of Fisher working on his artwork
1960
17
Fisher and other two men looking at his artwork.
1952
18
People listening to Fisher giving a description of his artwork.
1951
19
Photo of Sgt. Leonard E. Fisher with a background of unfinished mural "Coney Island Debate"
July 1945
Subseries B: Prints of Artwork
BoxFolder
110
"America Grows Up"
April 21, 1964
Different pictoral elements on the wall, one created by L.E. Fisher and a note of description
111
"America is Born"
April 12, 1964
Different pictoral elements on the wall, one created by L.E. Fisher and a note of description.
112
"American Lament"
November 22, 1963
Man crying with American Flag as a background
113
"Bride in Venice"
1951
A bride, bridegroom, maid of honor, best man and flower girl on stage.
114
"Coney Island"
1949
People having fun at Coney Island.
115
"Dream in Aseysbl (illegible) Ball"
1952
A naked woman standing on a rug covered herself with a light lace, a young boy with an elder man playing and another man sitting in front of a ball.
116
"The First Book of Constitution"
April 21, 1964
Different pictoral elements on the wall, one created by L.E. Fisher and a note of description.
117
"God in Man #1"
1964
Naked Came I (JOB)-the front of a naked man holding a piece of cloth (shirt)
118
"Invitation to Immortality"
1951
Men and women dancing, a young boy sitting aside.
119
"Jonah"
1964
A picture of a naked man taken from the top.
120
"Kite Racers"
1953
2 men and a woman flying a kite.
121
"Masquerade"
1948
122
"Mob"
1966
A group of men running away.
123
"Pageant Masquerade"
1954
Men and women walking on a stage.
124
"Quartette"
1951
A young boy and girl playing with a string, a man playing with string in his fingers and the front of a naked woman covered with light lace.
125
"Romance"
1948
A woman holding an umbrella and a man playing a guitar, all on a stage.
126
"Six Fish"
2 Men holding a fish net with 6 fish in it.
127
"Spectators"
1966
7 Twin Bridge Acres Rd.
128
"The Veil"
1952
A painted engagement picture of Margery and Leonard.
129
"Young Man Looking through a Lattice at You"
1966
130
Unknown title-"Africa"
1944
Negative of drawing-a face of a man.
131
Unknown title-"Africa"
1944
Negative of drawing-half-side of a face of an old man.
132
Mural on wall in mess area of "Salle de Fete" Algeria
1944
Subseries C: Slides (6 Categories)
Box
2
Man Alone, Man and Others, Man in Fantasy, Man in Transience, Patterns, Without Man

Series VII:  Audio RecordingsReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
BoxFolder
11
Leonard Fisher and Roger Duvoisin
November 15, 1961
12
"Where-Bos West"
November 13, 1958
13
Fisher-Schlessinger-WFDR-NY "Time for Art," Parts 1 and 3
January 16, 1952
14
Fisher-Schlessinger-WFDR-NY "Time for Art," Parts 2 and 4
January 16, 1952
21
5" reel recording
22
Discussion about books
November 11, 1964

Series VIII:  Miscellaneous MaterialsReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
BoxFolder
11
Ichabod Crane, the schoolmaster from "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
12
A wigmaker's shop from "The Wigmakers"
13
Nathan Hale, schoolmaster from "The Schoolmasters"
14
Papermakers pushing the press from "the Papermakers"
15
A weaver at the foot loom from "The Weavers"
16
Tanning hides in the pit from "The Tanners"
17
A shoemaker's shop from "The Shoemakers"
18
Two hatters fitting a hat into a mold from "The Hatters"
19
A cabinetmaker shaping parts from "The Cabinetmakers"
110
A colonial printing show from "The Printers"
111
A peddler loaded down with Pattison Brothers' Tinware from "The Peddlers"
112
A master glassblower blowing a bubble of glass into a two-piece mold from "The Glassmakers"
113
A silversmith weighing coins from "The Silversmith"
114
A schedule of events for the "Festival of Contemporary Religious Art" and an additional list of patrons
115
Itinerary fro Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Fisher
116
A schedule of events for the "Festival of Contemporary Religious Arts" and a catalogue for the Art Exhibit
March 26, 1969-March 30, 1969
117
A booklet for the "Globetrotters' Third Annual Art Exhibition" Washington D.C., Algeria, and Hawaii
118
A program for the "Festival of Religious Arts" presented by Trinity Parish, Southport and a catalogue for the Art Exhibit inside.
May 3, 1964-May 10, 1964
119
Negatives used to make "Season's Greetings" cards by L.E. Fisher
120
Negatives used to make "Season's Greetings" cards created by L.E. Fisher
121
A "Season's Greetings" card illustrated by L.E. Fisher
3 men on horseback running away
122
A "Season's Greetings" card illustrated by L.E. Fisher
People in a train engine and a trailer
123
A "Season's Greetings" card illustrated by L.E. Fisher
A jungle
124
A "Season's Greetings" card illustrated by L.E. Fisher
3 men standing together, 2 holding mugs while the other one holds a tray
125
A program for the "11th Annual Book Fair" which took place in Washington, D.C.
November 13, 1960-November 23, 1960
126
"B'nai B'rith Citizenship Year 1962-1963, Citizenship Around the Calender" with illustrations of American symbols
1962-1963
127
"Symbolic Realism", Edwin Hewitt Gallery in New York.
April 3, 1950-April 22, 1950
A demonstration of American symbolic realism by Lincoln Kistein.
128
An exhibition card for L.E. Fisher at the Lincoln Gallery, Abraham Lincoln High School, Ocean Parkway & West Street, Brooklyn, New York
February 1, 1947-February 21, 1947
129
A program for "An Exhibition of Painting, Sculptures, Mobiles" at Taft School, Watertown, CT
February 17, 1950-February 27, 1950
130
A biography of L.E. Fisher
1963
131
A biography of L.E. Fisher
1964
132
A booklet for the "Spring Art Festival" -Mid Fairfield County Youth Museum
April 11 April 20
133
A booklet for the "67th Annual Exhibition 1968," New Haven, Paint & Clay Club, Inc.
April 9, 1968-April 25, 1968
134
A booklet for the "Benefit Exhibition" (Artists Equity Association NY Chapter The Lighthouse of the NY Association for the Blind)
May 7-May 26
135
A booklet for the "68th Annual Exhibition," New Haven Paint & Clay Club, Inc.
April 7, 1969-April 27, 1969
136
A booklet for the "Fairfield Country Guide, Vol. II, No. 9"
May 1, 1964-May 15, 1964
137
A card from the Wiley Gallery presenting paintings by 6 contemporaries including L.E. Fisher
May 20-June 5
138
A card from the Wiley Gallery presenting paintings by 6 contemporaries including L.E. Fisher
May 21-June 4
139
A card from Edwin Hewitt Gallery in NY illustrated by L.E. Fisher
February 11, 1952-March 1, 1952
140
A booklet for "R.M.S. Queen Mary" Guide to Accommodation, Cunard White Star
141
A booklet for an "8th Annual Miracle of Books Fair" for boys and girls, Chicago, Illinois
November 5, 1960-November 13, 1960
142
A booklet of "Paintings & Book Illustrations by L.E. Fisher" (The Center Gallery)
October 30, 1966-November 2, 1966
143
A booklet for the "2nd Annual Art Sale" by Sisterhood Congregation B'nai Israel
144
"The Horn Book Magazine"-of books and reading for children and young people
October 1961
145
A catalogue of books on display, The Cleveland Book Fair for Boys and Girls
November 7, 1965-November 14, 1965
146
A catalogue of books on display, The Cleveland Book Fair for Boys and Girls
November 8, 1964-November 15, 1964
147
A catalogue of books on display, The Cleveland Book Fair for Boys and Girls
November 10, 1963-November 17, 1963
148
A catalogue of books on display, The Cleveland Book Fair for Boys and Girls
November 11, 1962, November 18, 1962
149
A catalogue of books on display, The Cleveland Book Fair for Boys and Girls
November 12, 1961-November 19, 1961
150
A catalogue of books on display, The Cleveland Book Fair for Boys and Girls
November 6, 1960-November 13, 1960
151
A catalogue of books on display, The Cleveland Book Fair for Boys and Girls
November 8, 1959-November 15, 1959
152
A catalogue of books on display, The Cleveland Book Fair for Boys and Girls
November 9, 1958-November 16, 1958
153
A catalogue of books on display, The Cleveland Book Fair for Boys and Girls
November 10, 1957, November 17, 1957
21
A menu card for a Farewell Dinner at Cuard White Star
September 11, 1950
22
Reproduction of Cunard Whit Star Cruise Ship "Mauritania" with abstract of log on reverse
23
Program of events at the Cunard White Star
September 10, 1950
24
A booklet, "Souvenir Logbook of an Evening Cruise" on the Hudson River and the Upper Bay with the Children's Book Council
June 13, 1966
25
Publicity of L.E. Fisher at the Center Gallery, New Haven, CT
October 30, 1966-Noveber 22, 1966
26
Publicity of L.E. Fisher. The Silver mine Guild of Artists, New Canaan, CT
July 20, 1968-August 7, 1968
27
A booklet for the "1st Annual Invitation Exhibition," Artists of Southern New England
March 30-April 18
28
An invitation card from the Artist's Equity to attend a group exhibition (Painting-Sculpture) at a Gallery of Arthur Brown & Bro. in New York City
September 27, 1951-October 9, 1951
29
Biography of L.E. Fisher
1965
210
A program for the 10th Anniversary Miracle of Books Fair for Boys and Girls
November 10, 1962-November 18, 1962
211
A booklet for the Children's 5th Annual Book Fair, Boston, MA
October 31-November 6
212
A booklet for the Book Fair for the Children and Young People
November 16-November 30

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Container(s)Description
BoxFolder
11
Commager, H. Steel. "First Book of New England"
A man selling a variety of fruits in a supermarket (pages 2-3)
12
Commager, H. Steel. "First Book of New England"
Two ships at the New England coast (pages 10-11)
13
Commager, H. Steel. "First Book of New England"
Pilgrims on the bleak coast of New England (pages 12-13)
14
Commager, H. Steel. "First Book of New England"
A soldier in front of a cannon (pages 16-17)
15
Commager, H. Steel. "First Book of New England"
A gun and a picture of a horse (page 38)
Old North church (page 23)
16
Commager, H. Steel. "First Book of New England"
Children skiing (page 42)
A young boy with his dad in a boat trying to catch a buoy using a boat hook (page 31)
17
Commager, H. Steel. "First Book of New England"
A man and his family in a boat ride waving to another man standing outside a lighthouse (pages 34-35)
18
Commager, H. Steel. "First Book of New England"
Tituba, a West Indian slave (with text) (page 60)
Two deer in a forest (with text) (page 50)
19
Commager, H. Steel. "First Book of New England"
End paper-Pilgrims' village (pages 62-63)
110
Ellis, Harry. "The Arabs"
Title page-"The Arabs"
111
Ellis, Harry. "The Arabs"
Arabs on horseback holding swords and a flag
112
Ellis, Harry. "The Arabs"
Chronological chart of the Arabs World and World Events
113
Hurd, Edith T. "The Golden Hind"
Jacket-man at the top of a ship (with overlays)
114
Irving, Washington. "Rip Van Winkle"
A man carrying a kid on his back running away following with four other kids (pages 6-7)
115
Irving, Washington. "Rip Van Winkle"
Rip Van Winkle talking and four other men listening to him (page 34-35)
116
Morris, Richard B. "The First Book of the Constitution"
Jacket-a man signing a bill, others looking on
117
Morris, Richard B. "The First Book of the Constitution"
End paper-Indians dancing
118
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great, Scientist-King"
Jacket-Text "Science Story Library" a picture of Alexander with three men, a woman and a kid (with overlays)
119
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great, Scientist-King"
Title page and a picture of Alexander (with overlays)
120
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great, Scientist-King"
Alexander's empire (with overlays) (#2 pages 4-5)
121
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great, Scientist-King"
Villages looking at the Greek soldiers on parade (with overlays (#3 pages 6-7)
122
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great, Scientist-King"
2 eagles perching on the roof (with overlays) (#4 pages 8-9)
123
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great, Scientist-King"
Prince Alexander studying (with overlays) (#5 pages 10-11)
21
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great, Scientist-King"
A man trying to mount a horse (with overlay) (#6 pages 12-13)
22
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great, Scientist-King"
Alexander riding a horse (with overlay) (#7 pages 14-15)
23
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great, Scientist-King"
Alexander standing with two men with an overlay (#8 pages 16-17)
24
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great, Scientist-King"
Greek temple with an overlay (#9 pages 18-19)
25
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great, Scientist-King"
Four warships and two texts with an overlay (#10 pages 20-21)
26
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great, Scientist-King"
Alexander taking to 3 poor men who are escorted by a soldier (with text and overlay) (#11 pages 22-23)
27
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great, Scientist-King"
A fight between Peria and the Greeks (with an overlay) (#12 pages 24-25)
28
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great, Scientist-King"
Alexander and his soldiers on horseback waving to his people (#13 pages 26-27)
29
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great, Scientist-King"
Lighthouse-Pharos (with overlay) (#14 pages 28-29)
210
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great, Scientist-King"
Alexander's Empire (with overlays) (#15 pages 30-31)
211
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great, Scientist-King"
Alexander on a horseback talking to his soldiers (with overlay) (#16 pages 32-33)
212
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great, Scientist-King"
Alexander talking to two men (Babylonians) (with overlay) (#17 pages 34-35)
213
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great, Scientist-King"
Alexander and 3 soldiers standing together holding a crown (with overlay) (#18 pages 36-37)
214
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great, Scientist-King"
A fight between the Persian army and Alexander's soldiers in the mountains (with overlay) (#19 pages 38-39)
215
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great, Scientist-King"
Alexander and King Porus of India standing talking with their hands across one other's shoulder, 3 soldiers behind them (with overlay) (#20 pages 40-41)
216
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great, Scientist-King"
Greeks on their wedding day (#21 pages 42-43)
217
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great, Scientist-King"
Alexander talking to his soldiers (#22 pages 44-45)
218
Suggs, Robert C. "Alexander the Great, Scientist-King"
Alexander laying on his bed sick, soldiers walking with heads bowed (#23 pages 46-47)
31
Ault, Phil. "This is the Desert"
Salamander on a rock (head #1 chapter 1)
Skeleton on camelback (head #13 chapter 6)
Two thirsty men and a Conestoga wagon (head #11 chapter 5)
32
Ault, Phil. "This is the Desert"
Soldier on camel surrounded by people (#14 chapter 6)
49er with mule (#16 chapter 7)
33
Bowman, J. Cloyd. "Mike Fink"
Jacket with color codes
34
Brown, Evelyn. "Kateri Tekakwitha, Mohawk Maid"
Endpaper and overlay
35
Browning, Robert. "Pied Piper of Hamilton"
Pied Piper followed by children
Man and rat
Castle: The Pied Piper's St.
36
Browning, Robert. "Pied Piper of Hamilton"
Man and Rats
Villagers with sticks
Pied Piper with hats in hand
Angry Piper looking down on man/child
37
Buliard, Roger. "My Eskimos: A Priest in the Arctic"
Journey to the End of the World (#11)
Mass in the Shadow of the North Pole (#12)
38
Buliard, Roger. "My Eskimos: A Priest in the Arctic"
Coppermine (#1)
Don't forget to scratch (#2)
39
DeCamp, Sprague J. "The Story of Science in America"
Jacket (with overlays)
310
Eaton, Jeannette. "America's Own Mark Twain"
Title page ("Huck Finn")
Chapter 2
Chapter 1
Chapter 3
311
Eaton, Jeannette. "America's Own Mark Twain"
Mark Twain and others around a coffin
On a riverboat
Goldminers
Cowboy in desert
Four kneeling men
Twain with pitcher and glass
312
Eaton, Jeannette. "America's Own Mark Twain"
Two young men fighting, another staring at them
An old woman holding scissors talking to an old man who is holding a gun (chapter 4)
A man on a horse talking to 2 men sitting on the top of the wall
VIP talking to an elder man (Mark Twain) (Chapter 5)
313
Eaton, Jeannette. "America's Own Mark Twain"
8 scenes
314
Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
Chronological chart of the Arab's world and World Events
315
Engle, Paul. "The Golden Child"
A wagon stuck in sand and three people, on with guitar, walking away
316
Felton, Harold W. "A Horse Named Justin Morgan"
Title page (with overlays)
317
Felton, Harold. "The World's Most Truthful Man"
Cover page- a man pulling a bear tail (with overlays)
318
Felton, Harold. "The World's Most Truthful Man"
Title page
319
Felton, Harold. "Sgt. O'Keefe and his Mule"
Cover page and overlays
320
Felton, Harold. "Sgt. O'Keefe and his Mule"
Book jacket-O'Keefe and Balaam
321
Felton, Harold. "Sgt. O'Keefe and his Mule"
Battling the blaze (#3)
322
Felton, Harold. "Sgt. O'Keefe and his Mule"
Balaam's battle (#5)
323
Felton, Harold. "Sgt. O'Keefe and his Mule"
Three soldiers lounging, 2 mules in background (#2)
41
Ferguson, Charles. "Getting to Know the USA"
George Washington and four other men (#7)
42
Ferguson, Charles. "Getting to Know the USA"
The driving of the "Golden Spike" (#16)
43
Ferguson, Charles. "Getting to Know the USA"
Maiden voyage (#27)
44
Ferguson, Charles. "Getting to Know the USA"
American Airlines jets lift off (#28)
45
Ferguson, Charles. "Getting to Know the USA"
Man with hat in hand looks over ruined buildings, above flys a flag (#30)
46
Giniger, Kenneth S. "America, America, America"
Spots-Longhorn
Spots- Conestoga wagon
Spots-Cacrus
Spots-Rifle
Spots-Sailboat
Spots-Thatched house guided by man
47
Giniger, Kenneth S. "America, America, America"
Lincoln
Sailing ship
Drum
Uncle Sam top hat
Man riding bronco
Hand holding flaming torch
Frontiersman and poor couple (#5)
Sun beating down on praying boy and family (#6)
48
Giniger, Kenneth S. "America, America, America"
Four cowboys around a new grave (#3)
Man catches fainting woman (#6)
Guide points the way for Conestoga wagon (#4)
Cowboy on horseback watching the herd (#9)
49
Giniger, Kenneth S. "America, America, America"
The buffaloes (#8)
Mustanger (#10)
Open Winter (#11)
Pioneer (#12)
410
Harte, Bret. "The Luck of Roaring Camp"
Jacket-a group of faces of people
Title page on wax paper
411
Hubbard, Elbert. "A Message to Garcia"
US military men looking at map of Cuba (#4)
412
Hubbard, Elbert. "A Message to Garcia"
Official in chair, US flag, man standing delivers message (#5)
413
Irving, Washingon. "Rip Van Winkle"
Rip and mountain trolls bowl (pages 22-23)
414
Irving, Washingon. "Rip Van Winkle"
Man castigates another while 2 women laugh, Rip as an old man (pages 28-29)
415
Johnson, Gerald W. "America is Born"
Boston massacre (page 21)
End paper-stylized bald eagle
416
Johnson, Gerald W. "America is Born"
Revolutionary War era Americans sawing wood and text (page 12)
Whigs and Jones (page 13)
417
Johnson, Gerald W. "America is Born"
Boats on the sea (with text) (pages 52-53)
51
Johnson, Gerald W. "The Congress"
Cover page
52
Johnson, Gerald W. "The Supreme Court"
Jacket
53
Johnson, Gerald W. "Trilogy"
Series of American symbols
54
Kennedy, John F. "Inaugural Address"
Jacket-JFK profile
55
Kuhn, Lois. "The World of Joe Davidson"
End paper
56
Larnen, Brendan. "St. Thomas Aquinas and the Preaching Beggars"
End paper
57
Lent, Henry. "Men at Work in the Great Lake States"
Cover page
58
London, Jack. "Star Rover"
Book jacket layout and a jacket (with overlays) inside
59
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Constitution"
The convention at Philadelphia (pages 18-19)
510
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Constitution"
Washington at the helm (pages 22-23)
511
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Constitution"
Signing of the Constitution (pages 38-39)
512
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Constitution"
Washington writes to Lafayette (page 45)
Madison (foreground) (page 25)
513
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Constitution"
Citizens discuss the Constitution (pages 48-49)
Debtor's jail (pages 14-15)
514
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Constitution"
Religious freedom (page 56)
FDR takes oath of office (page 35)
515
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Constitution"
Delegation adjoins to the City Tavern (pages 42-43)
Supreme Court with portrait of John Marshall (pages 58-59)
516
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Constitution"
Map of the Eastern US (page 61)
George III on throne (page 8)
517
Morris, Richard B. "First Book of the Constitution"
Seal of US (front and back) (page 62)
Early seal of US (page 64)
Seal of House of Representatives
Seal of President (page 67)
Small seal of State Department
Small seal of Supreme Court
518
Offit, Sidney. "Cadet Quarterback"
Jacket
61
Smith, Brooks. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Pilgrims locked in rooms (#1)
Pilgrims worshiping (#3)
Pilgrims kneel down praying (#4)
Four pilgrims talking (#6)
62
Smith, Brooks. "Pilgrim Courage"
Pilgrims with gun chase Indian with bow (#9)
Pilgrims row large boat (#10)
Indian in breechcloth in front of Pilgrim's house (#12)
Indians and Pilgrims parlay (#13)
63
Smith, Brooks. "Pilgrim Courage"
Indian in water saves 2 Pilgrims from 2 Indians on the land (#15)
5 Indians, one carrying white child (#16)
Indian woman and conquistador remonstrate while Indian men look on (#17)
Thanksgiving (#18)
64
Suggs, Robert C. "Great Archaeological Discoveries of Today"
Archaeologist with pot (#2 chapter 1)
Title page (#1)
65
Suggs, Robert C. "Great Archaeological Discoveries of Today"
Pre-Columbian warrior standing on curved stones (chapter 2 #3)
Hieroglyphics (#4)
Schemata of Nitrogen 14 and Carbon 14 (#5)
Plant photosynthesis (#6)
Pre-Columbian glyphs (#7)
66
Suggs, Robert C. "Great Archaeological Discoveries of Today"
Ancestor man with a dead deer (#38 chapter 3)
A woman kneel down holding a torch looking for something (#11)
Two ancestors (#12)
Pebbles (#9)
Well-designed stones (#10)
67
Suggs, Robert C. "Great Archaeological Discoveries of Today"
An ancestor carrying an arrow (#13 chapter 4)
People in a hole (#14)
Well-designed stones (#15)
Ancestors throwing stones (#16)
68
Suggs, Robert C. "Great Archaeological Discoveries of Today"
An ancestor holding an arrow running (#17 chapter 5)
Ancestor trying to kill a bull (#19)
Two ancestors kneeling on a ground looking at 3 elephants (#20)
69
Suggs, Robert C. "Great Archaeological Discoveries of Today"
A man sitting some grasses (#21 chapter 6)
VIP with a servant in front of a pyramid (#22)
3 ancestors houses on a mountain (#23)
An ancestor grinding something in front of his house (#24)
610
Suggs, Robert C. "Great Archaeological Discoveries of Today"
Pre-Columbian warrior holding glyphs in both hands (#25 chapter 7)
Pre-Columbian warrior holding a shield and sword, other 2 warriors on horse cart riding away (#30)
Pre-Columbian glyphs(#28, 29)
Pre-Columbian woman holding an object on both hands (#27)
Picture of a man on a bull-back (#26)
611
Suggs, Robert C. "Great Archaeological Discoveries of Today"
Man standing holding a bowl and a jar (#35 chapter 7)
A diver getting six jars at the bottom of the late (#36)
Grande Congloue Island (#37)
Pre-Columbian glyphs (#38, 39)
A ship on a rough sea (#40)
612
Surany, Anico. "The Burning Mountain"
Cover page (with overlays) (pages 2-3)
613
Surany, Anico. "The Burning Mountain"
Children waiving to their father as he is leaving (with overlays) (pages 4-5)
614
Surany, Anico. "The Burning Mountain"
Children passing by through the plaza (with overlays) (pages 6-7)
615
Surany, Anico. "The Burning Mountain"
A woman scrubbing the laundry in the brook by the house (with overlays) (pages 10-11)
71
Surany, Anico. "The Burning Mountain"
A young boy and his dad weeding and pruning the shrubs (with overlays) (pages 10-11)
72
Surany, Anico. "The Burning Mountain"
Volcano erupting (with overlays) (pages 12-13)
73
Surany, Anico. "The Burning Mountain"
A small statue of San Cristobal up the mountain (with overlays) (pages 14-15)
74
Surany, Anico. "The Burning Mountain"
A young boy and his dad are going home (with overlays) (pages 16-17)
75
Surany, Anico. "The Burning Mountain"
A rooster in an avocado tree (with overlays) (pages 18-19)
76
Surany, Anico. "The Burning Mountain"
Villages looking at an exploding mountain (with overlays) (pages 20-21)
77
Surany, Anico. "The Burning Mountain"
3 children scrambling up the path to get the little statue of San Cristobal (with overlays) (pages 22-23)
78
Surany, Anico. "The Burning Mountain"
A boy holding the statue, two sisters all sliding back along the path (with overlays) (pages 24-25)
79
Surany, Anico. "The Burning Mountain"
A boy holding up the statue (with overlays and text) (pages 26-27)
710
Surany, Anico. "The Burning Mountain"
2 oxen, the burning mountain (with text and overlays) (pages 28-29)
711
Surany, Anico. "The Burning Mountain"
A mountain behind 4 houses (with text and overlays) (pages 30-31)
712
Surany, Anico. "The Burning Mountain"
3 children up the mountain to replace the statue in the niche in the rocks (with overlays and text) (pages 32-33)
713
Surany, Anico. "The Burning Mountain"
Children in front of the Plaza looking at fireworks (with overlays and text) (pages 34-35)
81
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Wax papers dummies (with text and overlays)
82
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Mockup-white and blue (with text)
83
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
2 mockups-white and purple (with text)
84
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Half title page
85
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Title page
86
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Malachy sitting by fire and a horse (#1 pages 6-7)
87
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Malachy sloshing around in the water (#2 pages 8-9)
88
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Malachy sitting down staring into a glowing embers of the fire (#3 pages 10-11)
89
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Malachy and Miranda leaving the mountains on the foothills (#4 pages 12-13)
810
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Malachy and Miranda, glowing fire on behind (#5 pages 14-15)
811
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Malachy and a young bare feet Indian boy (#6 pages 16-17)
812
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
The Indian boy hiding among the boulders close to the campfire (#7 pages 18-19)
813
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Malachy with a plate of piled beans, biscuits and a blanket looking for an Indian boy (#8 pages 20-21)
814
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
The Indian boy (#9 pages 22-23)
815
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Malachy wakes up (#10 pages 24-25)
816
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Malachy and Miranda leaving the moutains (#11 pages 26-27)
91
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Malachy and Miranda camping, dish of food beyond campfire, half-moon and stars (with text on overlay) (#12 pages 28-29)
92
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Malachy kneeling down on rocks, Miranda on his back (with overlays) (#13 pages 30-31)
93
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Malachy falling down the mountain, Miranda running away (with overlay) (#14 pages 32-33)
94
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Malachy stuck with hands up, Miranda and Indian boy looking at him (with overlay) (#15 pages 34-35)
95
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Indian boy pulling Miranda up the mountain (with overlay) (#16 pages 36-37)
96
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Indian boy thinking (#17 pages 38-39)
97
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Indian boy running down the mountain, Miranda follows (with overlay) (#18 pages 40-41)
98
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Indian boy pulling Malachy up, Miranda standing beside (with overlay) (#19 pages 42-43)
99
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Malachy and Indian boy talking, Miranda sitting beside them (#20 pages 44-45)
910
Surany, Anico. "Malachy's Gold"
Malachy, Miranda, Indian boy going down the mountains (#21 pages 46-47)
911
Surany, Anico. "Monsieur Jalicoeur's Umbrella"
Title page (pages 2-3)
912
Surany, Anico. "Monsieur Jalicoeur's Umbrella"
Two young girls, one on the tree another on the ground (with text and overlays) (pages 6-7)
913
Surany, Anico. "Monsieur Jalicoeur's Umbrella"
Two young girls talking (with text and overlays) (pages 8-9)
101
Surany, Anico. "Monsieur Jalicoeur's Umbrella"
Two young girls sitting on a rock in front of their house (with text and overlays) (pages 10-11)
102
Surany, Anico. "Monsieur Jalicoeur's Umbrella"
Two young girls faces looking inside the castle (with text and overlays) (pages 12-13)
103
Surany, Anico. "Monsieur Jalicoeur's Umbrella"
Villages matching to hear from a new teacher (man) on a donkey (with text and overlays) (pages 14-15)
104
Surany, Anico. "Monsieur Jalicoeur's Umbrella"
A man on a donkey holding an umbrella up talking to villagers (with text and overlays) (pages 16-17)
105
Surany, Anico. "Monsieur Jalicoeur's Umbrella"
Two young girls holding books on their hands, a house on their behind (with text and overlays) (pages 18-19)
106
Surany, Anico. "Monsieur Jalicoeur's Umbrella"
Teacher holding an umbrella up talking to students in a classroom (with text and overlays) (pages 20-21)
107
Surany, Anico. "Monsieur Jalicoeur's Umbrella"
A man is using his umbrella to pick oranges on the tree (with text and overlays) (pages 22-23)
108
Surany, Anico. "Monsieur Jalicoeur's Umbrella"
5 children in a classroom and a man (teacher) holding an umbrella (with text and overlays) (pages 24-25)
109
Surany, Anico. "Monsieur Jalicoeur's Umbrella"
Teacher holding a picture of a king showing to children in a classroom (with text and overlays) (pages 26-27)
1010
Surany, Anico. "Monsieur Jalicoeur's Umbrella"
Teacher in a classroom with five children, one put his hand up (with text and overlays) (pages 28-29)
1011
Surany, Anico. "Monsieur Jalicoeur's Umbrella"
A man walking up the mountain to the castle (with text and overlays) (pages 30-31)
1012
Surany, Anico. "Monsieur Jalicoeur's Umbrella"
Two young girls under a small shed (with text and overlays) (pages 32-33)
1013
Surany, Anico. "Monsieur Jalicoeur's Umbrella"
A man holding an umbrella walking inside a castle, clouds of bats flying (with text and overlays) (pages 34-35)
1014
Surany, Anico. "Monsieur Jalicoeur's Umbrella"
A white sheet with feathered hat walking towards a frightened man (with text and overlays) (pages 36-37)
111
Surany, Anico. "Monsieur Jalicoeur's Umbrella"
A man staring at a white sheet with feathered hat hanging on the wall (with text and overlays) (pages 38-39)
112
Surany, Anico. "Monsieur Jalicoeur's Umbrella"
A frightened man with a white sheet on his umbrella, two young girls standing one on top of another shoulder, a feathered hat on air (with text and overlays) (pages 40-41)
113
Surany, Anico. "Monsieur Jalicoeur's Umbrella"
A man grabbing the two girls ears walking towards the girls parents (with text and overlays) (pages 42-43)
114
Surany, Anico. "Monsieur Jalicoeur's Umbrella"
Two young girls in class with their teacher (with text and overlays) (pages 44-45)
115
Surany, Anico. "Ride the Cold Wind"
Cover page
116
Surany, Anico. "Ride the Cold Wind"
Title page (with overlays) (pages 2-3)
117
Surany, Anico. "Ride the Cold Wind"
A Peruvian Indian shepherd watching his flock dancing (with overlays) (pages 6-7)
118
Surany, Anico. "Ride the Cold Wind"
A young boy and llamas (with overlays) (pages 8-9)
119
Surany, Anico. "Ride the Cold Wind"
A young boy, the llamas running away (with overlays) (pages 10-11)
1110
Surany, Anico. "Ride the Cold Wind"
Three people sailing in a lake across the mountains (pages 12-13)
1111
Surany, Anico. "Ride the Cold Wind"
A man and a woman walking holding their hands together (with overlays) (pages 14-15)
1112
Surany, Anico. "Ride the Cold Wind"
Two kids on table eating, parents standing beside them (with text and overlays) (pages 16-17)
1113
Surany, Anico. "Ride the Cold Wind"
2 kids, eyes on dark (with text and overlays) (pages 18-19)
1114
Surany, Anico. "Ride the Cold Wind"
Flamingos and a duck flying (with text and overlays) (pages 20-21)
1115
Surany, Anico. "Ride the Cold Wind"
2 kids alone sailing (with text and overlays) (pages 22-23)
121
Surany, Anico. "Ride the Cold Wind"
A young inside a boat fishing (with text) (page 24)
A young boy inside a boat throwing a thread into the water (with overlays) (page 25)
122
Surany, Anico. "Ride the Cold Wind"
A young boy fishing while the girl holds the boat (with text and overlays) (pages 26-27)
123
Surany, Anico. "Ride the Cold Wind"
Big fish in air (with text and overlays) (pages 28-29)
124
Surany, Anico. "Ride the Cold Wind"
Young boy falling into the lake, the fish vanishes in deep water (with text and overlays) (pages 30-31)
125
Surany, Anico. "Ride the Cold Wind"
The young boy is sinking, two arms are pulling him up (with text and overlays) (pages 32-33)
126
Surany, Anico. "Ride the Cold Wind"
A boat under lightning (with text and overlays) (pages 34-35)
127
Surany, Anico. "Ride the Cold Wind"
Two kids with their parents and other fishermen running back to their villages (with text and overlays) (pages 36-37)
128
Surany, Anico. "Ride the Cold Wind"
The kids and their father gliding to the shore, their mother waiting aside (with text and overlays) (pages 38-39)
129
Surany, Anico. "Ride the Cold Wind"
Father carrying the children into the house (with text and overlays) (pages 40-41)
1210
Surany, Anico. "Ride the Cold Wind"
Two kids, each wrapped in a blanket sitting beside the fire (with text and overlays) (pages 42-43)
1211
Wagenheim, Harold H. "Our Reading Heritage"
Armored warrior on horseback with peasant kneeling
Unarmored man stands before rays from the cloud
Old bearded man and kneeling peasant near tower
1212
Wagenheim, Harold H. "Our Reading Heritage"
Tree in foreground, castle in background
Kneeling man in circle
Crowd seen through archway
Old barefoot man in front of tower
1213
Wellman, Manly Wade. "To Unknown Lands"
Two men in small boat during fierce storm
1214
Wise, William. "Silversmith of Old New York"
Man and boy talking while sitting
Smiling man receives bay while cloaked man looks on
Boy with large candlestick, man rubbing his hands together
Woman in long dress hiding face with fan arm-in arm with man
1215
Wise, William. "Silversmith of Old New York"
Small sailing ship
Star of David and a menorah
1216
Wise, William. "Silversmith of Old New York"
Distraught man
Man standing, holding a candlestick
Soldier confronts man driving hay-wagon
Man and woman arm in arm
131
Belting, Natalia M. "Verity Mullens and the Indians"
Jacket with paper wax and overlays
132
Belting, Natalia M. "Indy and Mr. Lincoln"
Cover page (with overlays)
133
Belting, Natalia M. "Indy and Mr. Lincoln"
Title page-a dressed pig walking on street (with overlays)
134
Belting, Natalia M. "Indy and Mr. Lincoln"
People laughing at a dressed pig (with overlays) (pages 6-7)
135
Belting, Natalia M. "Indy and Mr. Lincoln"
A dressed pig is looking at a woman who is cooking in front of her house (with overlays) (pages 16-17)
136
Belting, Natalia M. "Indy and Mr. Lincoln"
Pig chasing huge ducks (with overlays) (pages 20-21)
137
Belting, Natalia M. "Indy and Mr. Lincoln"
A huge duck chasing a pig, a woman hanging clothes in front of a house, 2 colored pieces of papers attached (yellow and brown) (with overlays) (pages 22-23)
138
Belting, Natalia M. "Indy and Mr. Lincoln"
A pig on a street looking at a duck inside a fence (with overlays) (pages 24-25)
139
Belting, Natalia M. "Indy and Mr. Lincoln"
A man trying to rescue a pig in the water (with overlays) (pages 30-31)
1310
Belting, Natalia M. "Indy and Mr. Lincoln"
A pig out of water, a many laying down and 2 colored pieces of papers attached (brown and yellow) (with overlays) (pages 32-33)
141
Brown, Evelyne M. "Kateri Tekakwita"
Three native men (#1)
A deer and a tortoise (#2)
A person carrying a child at his back (#3)
A person kneeling down grinding (#4)
2 natives, one very old smoking (#5)
Faces of 2 native men (#6)
3 pastors (#7)
3 people standing wit scary faces (#8)
A woman lying under trees (#9)
3 natives sailing on a river (#10)
A native praying in front of a cross (#11)
4 people praying for another person who is lying down (#12)
142
Clark, Eleanor. "The Horn of Roland"
A soldier on horseback blowing a horn
143
Daugherty, Charles. "The Great Archaeologists"
A native drawing a deer on the wall (#46)
3 people looking at a VIP in a cascade (#26)
Group of people going up the mountain (#32)
2 VIP walking to the empire (#38)
Title Frontis-3 men working on a building (#46)
144
Davis, Russell, and Brent Ashabranne. "Ten Thousands Desert Sword"
A scary man jumping up holding a sword in hand (#3)
A man on horseback trying to help another man who is falling from a horse (#13)
145
Davis, Russell, and Brent Ashabranne. "Ten Thousands Desert Sword"
A man pulling another man who is sitting on a ground using a rope on his neck (#5)
A man looking at a person who is sleeping on a bed (#6)
Two men looking at a camel who is standing beside 2 house tents (#7)
A man holding a sword on another man's neck, another man watching with a horse behind (#9)
2 men riding horses (#10)
People in a battle (#15)
146
Edell, Celeste. "Here Come the Clowns"
Two men and a woman discussing (#1)
A boy walking on top of horse who is walking (#2)
A man and a young boy playing circus (#3)
147
Edell, Celeste. "Here Come the Clowns"
A young boy flying over a horse (#6)
A bird on top of a clown's hat (#5)
2 men standing touching and looking at a horse (#4)
148
Edell, Celeste. "Here Come the Clowns"
A man ordering a lion to step down from the stand (#7)
People watching circus (#8)
A man looking at a young circus boy on a horseback (#9)
149
Edell, Celeste. "Here Come the Clowns"
A clown woman pushing a clown man in a cart (#10)
A clown man playing with a donkey (#11)
A horse grabbing a young boy on the floor using his mouth (#12)
1410
Ferguson, Charles. "Getting to Know the USA"
Title page-Statue of Liberty (with overlays)
1411
Ferguson, Charles. "Getting to Know the USA"
End paper-map of USA and vicinity
151
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pumpers, Boilers, Hooks and Ladders"
Jacket-horses pulling a fire engine (with overlay)
152
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pumpers, Boilers, Hooks and Ladders"
Title page-men pulling a wagon (with overlay)
153
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pumpers, Boilers, Hooks and Ladders"
End paper (with overlay)
154
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pumpers, Boilers, Hooks and Ladders"
Fire fighters with help from other people extinguishing fire using buckets (with overlay) (pages 8-9)
155
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pumpers, Boilers, Hooks and Ladders"
Fire fighters extinguishing fire using pumpers (with overlay) (pages 10-11)
156
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pumpers, Boilers, Hooks and Ladders"
Fire fighters attaching long hoses to pumpers from a wagon (with overlay) (pages 12-13)
157
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pumpers, Boilers, Hooks and Ladders"
Fire fighters pulling a wagon (with overlay) (pages 14-15)
158
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pumpers, Boilers, Hooks and Ladders"
Horses pulling a boiler (with overlay) (pages 18-19)
159
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pumpers, Boilers, Hooks and Ladders"
People running after a steam engine (pages 20-21)
1510
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pumpers, Boilers, Hooks and Ladders"
3 horses pulling a boiler down the street (with overlay) (pages 22-23)
1511
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pumpers, Boilers, Hooks and Ladders"
Fire fighters carrying ladders, others pulling a wagon going to extinguish fire (with overlay) (pages 24-25)
1512
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pumpers, Boilers, Hooks and Ladders"
A fire fighter helping steer an engine from tipping over while other fire fighters extinguish a burning building (with overlays) (pages 26-27)
1513
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pumpers, Boilers, Hooks and Ladders"
Fire fighters extinguishing fire using fire hose (with overlay) (pages 30-31)
1514
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pumpers, Boilers, Hooks and Ladders"
People looking at fire fighters in a fire engine (with overlay) (pages 32-33)
161
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pumpers, Boilers, Hooks and Ladders"
Crowd of people looking a fire fighters in a fire engine coming from the building (with overlay) (pages 34-35)
162
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pumpers, Boilers, Hooks and Ladders"
Four soldiers in a parade walking between 2 fire engines, crowd of people looking (with overlay) (pages 36-37)
163
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pushers, Spads, Jennies, and Jets"
Jacket-upside down airplane (with overlays)
164
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pushers, Spads, Jennies, and Jets"
End paper-an airplane in the airplane
165
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pushers, Spads, Jennies, and Jets"
Title page (with overlays)
166
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pushers, Spads, Jennies, and Jets"
Note-"For My Parents" (pages 6)
Text (pages 7)
167
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pushers, Spads, Jennies, and Jets"
A man guiding an airplane (with text and overlay) (pages 8-9)
168
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pushers, Spads, Jennies, and Jets"
A huge box-kite airplane flying (with text and overlay) (pages 10-11)
169
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pushers, Spads, Jennies, and Jets"
An airplane flying over water (with text and overlays) (pages 12-13)
1610
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pushers, Spads, Jennies, and Jets"
An airplane (pusher) in air with some building (with text and overlays) (pages 14-15)
1611
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pushers, Spads, Jennies, and Jets"
An airplane with 2 passengers (with text and overlay) (pages 16-17)
1612
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pushers, Spads, Jennies, and Jets"
3 military airplanes in air (with text and overlay) (pages 18-19)
1613
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pushers, Spads, Jennies, and Jets"
3 training airplanes (Jennies) flying, a huge tent with people under it watching (with text and overlays) (pages 20-21)
1614
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pushers, Spads, Jennies, and Jets"
A Handley Page airplane in air (with text and overlay) (pages 22-23)
1615
Fisher, Leonard E. "Pushers, Spads, Jennies, and Jets"
A Tin Goose airplane in air (with text and overlay) (pages 24-25)
171
An airplane, ship (with text and overlay) (pages 26-27)
172
People looking at two flying airplanes (with text and overlay) (pages 28-29)
173
Four airplanes in air and a tall building (with text and overlay) (pages 30-31)
174
Five military planes flying (with text and overlays) (pages 32-33)
175
Two airplanes flying over water (with text and overlays) (pages 34-35)
176
Four people in an airplane flying while 3 other on ground waving to them (with text and overlays) (pages 36-37)
177
Hurd, Edith T. "The Golden Hind"
Ships (#2 & 4)
A young boy with one hand up
Ships in a rough sea (#7 & 15)
A man holding an open book, a soldier with a sword, standing beside a kneeling man with hands roped on his back (#11)
A man in a ship (#22)
Four men looking at a flag with a picture of deer on it (#12)
People dancing (#25)
A soldier holding something up showing to natives (#17)
Two people in a boat sailing (#27)
Soldiers working (#21)
A man preaching (#31)
A crab (#29)
A rabbit on a trunk (#26)
Four people fighting (#24)
178
Hurd, Edith T. "The Golden Hind"
A man looking at a ship using a telescope (#23)
Group of people in a tent looking at a man who is kneeling down (#33)
179
Irving, Robert. "Sound and Ultrasonics"
Cover page (with overlays)
1710
Irving, Robert. "Sound and Ultrasonics"
Lines of force in magnet (#1)
Magnets (#2)
A cycle of change of magnetic force at a point (#4)
Direction of motion of wave (Electrical & Magnetic vibrations) (#4A)
Direction of motion of wave (#5)
Wave length (#6)
Direction of wave length (#8)
Parabolic mirror (#11)
Coiled wire attached in 2 cells, straight wire and an arrow showing direction of current (#3)
Young's interference experiment (#9)
Wave numbers in Benzene and Toluene (#17)
C-shaped coil, many C-shaped coils, cavity resonator (#28)
1711
Irving, Robert. "Sound and Ultrasonics"
Different wavelengths: Otosclerotic, Overtone, Combination of Fundamental and Overtone of French Horn (#4)
Fenestration operation of the Inner Ear (#24)
Ship, school of fish, undersea terrain (#30)
Title page-jet, waves, a bird on a stick
1712
Irving, Robert. "Sound and Ultrasonics"
Pendulum (#18)
Tank circuit (#19)
Three-electrode tube (#20)
Waves (#21)
X-ray tube (#22)
Radio waves (#24)
X-rays (#25)
1713
Irving, Robert. "Sound and Ultrasonics"
X-ray diffraction patters of a diamond (#26)
Magnetic field (#27)
Magnetron and Klystron (#29)
Bowl-shaped antenna, horn and wave guide (#30)
Crab nebula (#31)
Romer's method (#32)
Binding
1714
Irving, Robert. "Sound and Ultrasonics"
Electromagnetic spectrum-Gamma rays, X-rays, Ultraviolet, Infrared, Microwaves, Radio waves (#7)
Light in a prism base, convex lens, concave lens (#10)
Atoms-Sodium, Hydrogen, Neon (#12)
Polarized and unpolarized light (#13)
Sky polarization (#14)
Direction of radiation, direction of comet (#15)
A man smoking (#16)
1715
Irving, Robert. "Sound and Ultrasonics"
Tuning fork (#1)
Wave length (#7)
String wave (#9)
(#12)
Coclea and Organ of corti (#23)
(#26)
Quartz crystal (#28)
waves (#31)
1716
Kaye, Danny. "Around the World Story Book"
Title page-Section I (North America) 2 men dancing
181
Latham, Jean J. "Man of the Monitor"
Explosion (#8)
A man in a boat in a rough sea (#9)
A man dancing (#10)
People around a fire engine (#5)
A man holding a fold paper (#A)
Map of Sweden, Denmark and vicinity (#2)
Experiment
182
Wise, William. "Myer Myers, Silversmith of Old New York"
Silversmith (with overlay)
183
Payne, Robert. "The Splendor of Persia"
Different illustrations for the title page and extras
184
Payne, Robert. "The Splendor of Persia"
A temple (with overlays) and 2 colored pieces of paper (blue and yellow)
185
Smith, E. Brooks and Robert Meredith. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Title page
186
Smith, E. Brooks and Robert Meredith. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Jacket-A huge ship and pilgrims in a boat (with overlays)
187
Smith, E. Brooks and Robert Meredith. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Pilgrims (women and men) praying (with overlays) (pages 2-3)
188
Smith, E. Brooks and Robert Meredith. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Group of Pilgrims in a boat sailing (with overlays) (pages 6-7)
189
Smith, E. Brooks and Robert Meredith. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Pilgrims getting out of the boat (with overlays) and 4 colored pieces of papers (pages 10-11)
1810
Smith, E. Brooks and Robert Meredith. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Pilgrim women with their children walking to hug their husbands with building at back (with overlays) (pages 14-15)
1811
Smith, E. Brooks and Robert Meredith. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
A Pilgrim man waving to his wife while walking, other two walking away (with overlays) (page 18-19)
1812
Smith, E. Brooks and Robert Meredith. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Pilgrims waving to people arriving in a huge ship (with overlays) (page 22)
1813
Smith, E. Brooks and Robert Meredith. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Pilgrims working (with overlays) (page 26)
1814
Smith, E. Brooks and Robert Meredith. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Two Pilgrims at the top of their ship (with overlays) (page 30)
1815
Smith, E. Brooks and Robert Meredith. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Two native soldiers on guard ad four huts (with overlays) (Pages 34-35)
1816
Smith, E. Brooks and Robert Meredith. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
A pilgrim pointing a gun and Indians who are walking away (pages 38-39)
1817
Smith, E. Brooks and Robert Meredith. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Four Pilgrim men building a house (with overlays) (page 42)
1818
Smith, E. Brooks and Robert Meredith. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Three Indians and 3 Pilgrims talking while standing (with overlays) (page 46)
1819
Smith, E. Brooks and Robert Meredith. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
An Indian and 2 Pilgrims sitting talking, one is smoking (with overlays) (page 51)
1820
Smith, E. Brooks and Robert Meredith. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
A Pilgrim man talking to a young Indian boy other Indians watching (with overlays) (page 54)
1821
Smith, E. Brooks and Robert Meredith. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Indians and Pilgrims eating turkey together outside their huts (with overlays) (page 58)
1822
Smith, E. Brooks and Robert Meredith. "The Coming of the Pilgrims"
Map of Cuba, Jamaica, Hispaniola island. Caribbean sea and vicinity (chapter 1)
Title page-a soldier standing with a dog beside
1823
Sterne, Emma G. "Vasco Nunez de Balboa"
A native man and a soldier (chapter 2 pages 19-20)
Two people in a boat crossing a river, another man at the side holding an axe (chapter 3 page 33)
An Indian and a soldier standing face to face (chapter 6 page 60)
Four people opening a case another standing beside them holding a necklace (chapter 6 page 60)
1824
Sterne, Emma G. "Vasco Nunez de Balboa"
A man standing with a dog on a rock looking far away (chapter 7 page 72)
A soldier holding a flag and a sword crossing a river (chapter 8 page 75)
A group of VIP standing (chapter 10 page 88)
A soldier talking to a VIP who is sitting on a chair (chapter 11 page 92)
191
Surnay, Anico. "Covered Bridge"
Title page-an old bridge (with plastic overlay) (#2 pages 2-3)
192
Surnay, Anico. "Covered Bridge"
Cover page (with overlays) (#3 pages 4-5)
193
Surnay, Anico. "Covered Bridge"
Children playing around the bridge (with text and overlays) (#4 pages 6-7)
194
Surnay, Anico. "Covered Bridge"
Bridge and ice skaters (#5 pages 8-9)
195
Surnay, Anico. "Covered Bridge"
A young boy is fishing from the bridge's window (with text and overlays) (#6 pages 10-11)
196
Surnay, Anico. "Covered Bridge"
Children playing in a bridge, some are swimming (with text and overlay) (#7 pages 12-13)
197
Surnay, Anico. "Covered Bridge"
A young boy sitting on the walkway beside the bridge, 3 wild ducks swimming (with text and overlays) (#8 pages 14-15)
198
Surnay, Anico. "Covered Bridge"
A man talking to a group of people in a meeting (with text and overlays) (#9 pages 16-17)
199
Surnay, Anico. "Covered Bridge"
Two chipmunks, 3 squirrels, 6 barn swallows, 4 bats, and an owl in rafters under the roof (with text and overlays) (#10 pages 18-19)
1910
Surnay, Anico. "Covered Bridge"
A man standing in front of the table with one of his hands up talking to a group of people (with text and overlays) (#11 pages 20-21)
1911
Surnay, Anico. "Covered Bridge"
A man hiding his face with hands inside a bridge, a squirrel on the window and a bird (with text and overlays) (#12 pages 22-23)
1912
Surnay, Anico. "Covered Bridge"
A group of children inside a house beside a window (with text and overlays) (#13 pages 24-25)
1913
Surnay, Anico. "Covered Bridge"
A young boy leading others walking away from the bridge (with text and overlays) (#14 pages 26-27)
1914
Surnay, Anico. "Covered Bridge"
Flabbergasted town folk (with text and overlay) (#15 pages 28-29)
201
Surany, Anico. "Covered Bridge"
People fixing the bridge, some on the roof, some on the sides (with text and overlays) (#17 pages 30-31)
202
Surany, Anico. "Covered Bridge"
People fixing the bridge (with text and overlay) (pages 32-33)
203
Surany, Anico. "Covered Bridge"
Old bridge and new bridge (#18 pages 34-35)
204
Surany, Anico. "The Golden Frog"
Title page- a boat with a picture of golden frog on side (with overlays)
205
Surany, Anico. "The Golden Frog"
Map of Panama (page 2)
Title "The Golden Frog" (page 3)
206
Surany, Anico. "The Golden Frog"
Two coconut palm trees, and sun (with text and overlay) (pages 6-7)
207
Surany, Anico. "The Golden Frog"
Six men under a full moon discussing (with overlays) (pages 8-9)
208
Surany, Anico. "The Golden Frog"
Three chickens on each side of page (with text and overlay) (pages 10-11)
209
Surany, Anico. "The Golden Frog"
Sun, four children playing in water, three chickens, a woman inside a house and a child sleeping (with overlay) (pages 12-13)
2010
Surany, Anico. "The Golden Frog"
Two bats in air on each side of page (with text and overlay) (pages 14-15)
2011
Surany, Anico. "The Golden Frog"
Father and son in a boat, a narrow jungle trail, two birds and a bat (with overlay) (pages 16-17)
2012
Surany, Anico. "The Golden Frog"
Two iguanas on each page (with text and overlay) (pages 18-19)
2013
Surany, Anico. "The Golden Frog"
Father and son working on a farm, a dog, 2 Iguana lizards beside (with overlay) (pages 20-21)
2014
Surany, Anico. "The Golden Frog"
Three fat parrots and 4 parakeets on each page (with text and overlay) (pages 22-23)
2015
Surany, Anico. "The Golden Frog"
A piece of metal of a gleaming gold frog on each page (with text and overlay) (pages 26-27)
2016
Surany, Anico. "The Golden Frog"
Three dogs on each page (with text and overlay) (pages 30-31)
2017
Surany, Anico. "The Golden Frog"
Father and kid sailing in a boat, an island, full moon and five little birds (with overlays) (pages 32-33)
2018
Surany, Anico. "The Golden Frog"
A boat and a golden frog painted on the side (with text) (page 34)
2019
Surany, Anico. "The Golden Frog"
Crowd of people looking at a boy when handing the golden frog to the chief (with overlay) (pages 36-37)
211
Surany, Anico. "The Jungle Jumble"
Jacket-plastic overlay
212
Surany, Anico. "The Jungle Jumble"
Jacket-different types of animals in a jungle
213
Surany, Anico. "The Jungle Jumble"
A jungle-Title (pages 2-3)
214
Surany, Anico. "The Jungle Jumble"
Parrots on a tree in a jungle (pages 6-7)
215
Surany, Anico. "The Jungle Jumble"
Small baboon in a forest (pages 10-11)
216
Surany, Anico. "The Jungle Jumble"
Tiger and snake (pages 12-13)
217
Surany, Anico. "The Jungle Jumble"
Anteater (pages 14-15)
218
Surany, Anico. "The Jungle Jumble"
Cover page-2 baboons in a tree (pages 16-17)
219
Surany, Anico. "The Jungle Jumble"
Lizards and others (pages 18-19)
2110
Surany, Anico. "The Jungle Jumble"
Lion and the young ones in a jungle (pages 20-21)
2111
Surany, Anico. "The Jungle Jumble"
Tapir and others (pages 22-23)
2112
Surany, Anico. "The Jungle Jumble"
A crocodile and a frog on a rock in a jungle (pages 24-25)
2113
Surany, Anico. "The Jungle Jumble"
A fox in a jungle (pages 26-27)
2114
Surany, Anico. "The Jungle Jumble"
Iguana and wombat in a jungle (pages 28-29)
2115
Surany, Anico. "The Jungle Jumble"
A deer, cheetah, 3 parrots in a jungle (pages 30-31)
221
Surany, Anico. "The Jungle Jumble"
In a jungle, baboon in a tree and other animals (page 33)
222
Surany, Anico. "The Jungle Jumble"
Cheetah with a leaf in his nose in a jungle (page 37)
223
Surany, Anico. "The Jungle Jumble"
Full moon, a bat and 3 owls in a jungle (pages 38-39)
224
Surany, Anico. "The Jungle Jumble"
Poachers in a jungle with 3 dogs (page 41)
225
Surany, Anico. "The Jungle Jumble"
Dogs chasing a fox in jungle (page 43)
226
Surany, Anico. "The Jungle Jumble"
Animals in a jungle (page 45)
227
Surany, Anico. "Kati & Kormos"
Title page-two dogs (Kati and Kormos) (with overlay) (pages 2-3)
228
Surany, Anico. "Kati & Kormos"
A dog (Kati) in the wheat field (with text) (pages 4-5)
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Surany, Anico. "Kati & Kormos"
A dog eating in front of a house (with text) (pages 6-7)
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Surany, Anico. "Kati & Kormos"
A dog and her master on horseback walking across the waving grain (with text) (pages 8-9)
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Surany, Anico. "Kati & Kormos"
Dog sitting in her yard sadly (with text) (pages 10-11)
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Surany, Anico. "Kati & Kormos"
A dog trying to get out of the fence though a small hole (with text) (pages 12-13)
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Surany, Anico. "Kati & Kormos"
Troop of bawling sheep grazing on the pasture, little sheep dog (Kormos Puli) and another dog (Kati) (with text) (pages 14-15)
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Surany, Anico. "Kati & Kormos"
Sheep grazing on the pasture, 2 dogs standing by side (with text) (pages 16-17)
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Surany, Anico. "Kati & Kormos"
An old man in a ragged sheepskin coat and scuffed coat scratching Kati's ears, Kormos on the behind (with text) (pages 18-19)
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Surany, Anico. "Kati & Kormos"
Kati and Kormos racing around the sheep (with text) (pages 20-21)
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Surany, Anico. "Kati & Kormos"
The old man giving food to Kati and Kormos outside his hut (with text) (pages 22-23)
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Surany, Anico. "Kati & Kormos"
The old man looking at Kati sleeping in her box through the door (with text) (pages 24-25)
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Surany, Anico. "Kati & Kormos"
The old man patting Kati's head, Kormos rounding up the lambs (with text) (pages 26-27)
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Surany, Anico. "Kati & Kormos"
The old man, Kati, Kormos, and a flock of sheep beside the river (with text) (pages 28-29)
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Surany, Anico. "Kati & Kormos"
In the village, Kati and Kormos following 2 girls carrying milk buckets (with text) (pages 30-31)
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Surany, Anico. "Kati & Kormos"
An old man talking to Kati in front of his house, Kormos standing between his feet (with text) (pages 32-33)
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Surany, Anico. "Kati & Kormos"
Two horsemen galloping towards Kati, Kormos and the old man in the plains (with text) (pages 34-35)
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Surany, Anico. "Kati & Kormos"
A man on horseback, another down trying to get Kati, Kati biting his arm and Kormos snapping at his ankle, and the old man with hands up trying to explain something (with text) (pages 36-37)
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Surany, Anico. "Kati & Kormos"
The old man cooking using fire wood outside, Kati and Kormos sitting beside (with text) (pages 38-39)
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Wagenheim, Harold H. "Our Reading Heritage"
Man and the Universe
Dante, Milton, Bunyan, and Virgil
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Wooley, Catherine. "David's Campaign Buttons"
Four baseball boys looking at a broken window (#1 chapter 1 page 5)
Two men on bicycle in front of a house (#2 chapter 2 pages 14-15)
Kids (boys and girls) talking (#4 chapter 3 page 20)
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Wooley, Catherine. "David's Campaign Buttons"
Children in a class with their teacher (#6 chapter 4 page 35)
A man pointing while talking, others looking (#7 chapter 5 page 43)
Two kids standing together reading a newspaper (#8 chapter 6 page 51)
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Wooley, Catherine. "David's Campaign Buttons"
Two boys, one standing on a bicycle putting a poster on a pole (#11 chapter 7 page 63)
People looking at a toy train moving (#12 chapter 9 page 82)
A crowd of people in a campaign (#13 chapter 9 page 82)
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Unknown author. "The Radio Times"
2 men talking, one holding a slingshot, (a note written on the back "Will Nickless?")
Piece of paper with a note on it
241
Boyd, Edith L. "Boy Joe Goes to Sea"
A ship and a full moon (#24 page 131)
Two people walking together towards 3 other people, two laying down, one roped on a tree (#7 page 34)
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Boyd, Edith L. "Boy Joe Goes to Sea"
People sitting in a boat beside a village (#6 page 24)
An old man and a kid in a boat, another man falling into the water (#15 page 78)
Two men walking together supporting another man, a boy carrying a bad walking towards them (#20 page 101)
Two men and a boy carrying a man on a stretcher (#22 page 116)
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Boyd, Edith L. "Boy Joe Goes to Sea"
A boy in front of a man carrying a box on his shoulders (#1 page 9)
A boy reading a book sitting with a man in a ship (#8 page 38)
A very fat man talking to 4 other men (#13 page 66)
A boy and a man follows another man holding a bad on his shoulder in a forest (#18 page 91)
A ship in a sea (#17 page 83)
Two boys holding an old man legs who is trying to walk (#25 page 141)
A crowd of people praying (#4 page 18)
Two boys playing (#9 page 43)
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Boyd, Edith L. "Boy Joe Goes to Sea"
A man in a ship looking at something using a telescope (#11 page 57)
A man under a table (#10 page 47)
A bell (#5 page 19)
An upside down ship-explosion (#26 page 147)
Two people in a boat, 2 going up the ship, others in a ship looking at them (#14 page 91)
A man in a ship talking to 2 people in a boat, one holding a pumpkin (#13 page 70)
Jars and Horns (#16 page 85)
A person at the top of a ship with a UK flag (#27 page 157)
Three men and 2 boys standing beside a man who is on bed (#23 page 121)
A frightened young boy in front of a monkey (#19 page 94)
A box-like luggage (#28 page 163)
A monkey (#21 page 107)
245
Brown, Evelyn M. "Kateri Tekakwitha"
Mohawk maid
246
Buliard, Roger. "My Eskimos: A Priest in the Arctic"
3 Eskimos skiing on the mountains
247
Buliard, Roger. "My Eskimos: A Priest in the Arctic"
The Bloody Falls (#3)
Inuk (#4)
Rawbone's winter home (#6)
Lost on the trail (#6)
248
Buliard, Roger. "My Eskimos: A Priest in the Arctic"
Eskimo camp (#7)
A sweet old cannibal (#8)
A day in the igloo (#9)
Rough characteristics and wedding bells (#10)
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Buliard, Roger. "My Eskimos: A Priest in the Arctic"
The Great Bird (#13)
Edmonton (#14)
Our daily bread (#15)
Manuk the Bear (#16)
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Buliard, Roger. "My Eskimos: A Priest in the Arctic"
Nathek, the seal (#17)
The caribou hunt (#18)
Sport and dragon (#19)
The poor parson of the North (#20)
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Ellis, Harry B. "The Arabs"
Cover page
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Hurd, Edith T. "The Golden Hind"
Several different illustrations
251
Irving, Robert. "Energy and Power"
Title page
252
Irving, Robert. "Energy and Power"
Two men holding buckets (chapter 1 #1)
(chapter #)A native holding a bow and spear (chapter 2 #2)
Volcanic mountain (chapter 6 #1)
Collision (chapter 4 #1)
253
Irving, Robert. "Energy and Power"
Atom bomb (chapter 10 #1)
Title page spread
Kinetic energy, heat and light energy (chapter 2 #1)
A man holding a bat hitting a ball (chapter 3 #1)
Solar furnace (chapter 11)
254
Irving, Robert. "Energy and Power"
Solar energy (chapter 6 #2)
Jumbo jet engine (chapter 8 #2)
Lightning over a house (chapter 1 #1)
Chain Reaction (chapter 10 #3)
Wheel Pump (chapter 7 #1)
Rocket (chapter 8 #3)
Dry cell battery (chapter 9 #2)
Nuclear reaction (chapter 10 #4)
255
Irving, Robert. "Energy and Power"
Tower wind mill (chapter 7 #2)
Treadmill (chapter 5 #2)
Two girls walking towards another girl whose finger is in-touch to another girl (chapter 3 #2)
X-rays-ultraviolet-raido waves (chapter 4 #4)
Passing energy (chapter 4 #3)
Photosynthesis (chapter 5 #3)
A donkey carrying things on his back, a native standing beside (chapter 6 #3)
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Irving, Robert. "Energy and Power"
Convection current (chapter 4 #2)
Principle of Newcomen's engine (chapter 4 #2)
A man carrying an axe and a deer on his back (chapter 5 #1)
Joseph Henry's electromagnet (chapter 9 #3)
257
Irving, Robert. "Sound and Ultrasonics"
The Doppler effect (#8)
Piano keyboard (#14)
Xylophone (#11)
Spring peeper (#20)
Standing in organ pipe (#13)
The ear (#21)
and many other different illustrations
258
Kuhn, Lois H. "The World of Joe Davidson"
Title page and different other illustrations (chapters 10-12)
259
Morris, Richard B. "The First Book of the Constitution"
Text "We the People." (pages 30-31)
Text "Article VII." (pages 40-41)
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Morris, Richard B. "The First Book of the Indian War"
Two people fighting (an Indian and a British) (#1 page X)
An Indian roped on a pole burning (#5 page 13)
An Indian on a ladder on a wall (#2 page 4)
A fight between an Indian and 2 British (#6 page 19)
3 Indian warriors (#4 page 11)
British soldier throwing fire candles (#7 page 23)
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Morris, Richard B. "The First Book of the Indian War"
2 hits and a man carrying a deer on his back (#3 page 7)
A battle (#11 page 41)
3 men killing a woman (#17 page 70)
An Indian warrior(#8 page 24)
British soldiers in a parade (#14 page 51)
Title page-an axe (#21)
A dead Indian (#9 page 31)
A group of soldiers discussing (#16 page 65)
Finis (#20 page 81)
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Morris, Richard B. "The First Book of the Indian War"
3 Indian warriors and a woman holding a baby (#10 page 33)
British soldiers (#15 page 59)
4 natives crossing a river (#12 page 42)
5 native men (#18 page 77)
A VIP Indian warrior talking to 2 men with a guard beside (#13 page 46)
An Indian warrior and a native in front of a hut (#19 page 80)
261
Sheena, Arthur. "Father Damian and the Bells"
Father Damian
262
Wellman, Manly Wade. "To Unknown Lands"
Warriors dancing
Natives cooking, others playing in front of their houses
263
Wellman, Manly Wade. "To Unknown Lands"
2 VIP (Indians) with 3 other people looking at a man sitting on a beach
Pots, bowl, and some corns on a rug
264
Wellman, Manly Wade. "To Unknown Lands"
2 people in a hut one walking away
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Wellman, Manly Wade. "To Unknown Lands"
4 warriors climbing to a VIP while others watching
Warriors in a parade
266
Wellman, Manly Wade. "To Unknown Lands"
Six warriors with spears
267
Wellman, Manly Wade. "To Unknown Lands"
Two men trying to escape from the warriors with a burning building on their back
268
Wooley, Catherine. "David's Campaign Buttons"
A crowd of people hugging another person (#15 chapter 10 page 99)
3 people putting a poster "Cady for Council" (#10 chapter 7 page 58)
3 people sitting on stairs other 3 people standing (#3 chapter 2 page 16)
A man dropping papers on front of a door (#9 chapter 6 page 53)
3 kids reading (#5 chapter 4 page 29)
A truck with a poster "FOX M'GILROY LEWIS" (#14 chapter 9 page 85)
2 balloons and a hollow box with a word "VOTE" in each one (title page)
271
Bowman, James. "Mike Fink"
Chapter 1, galley 1-Man kneeling on one leg holding a rifle
Chapter 2, galley 4-"Sign of the Catfish"
Chapter 3, galley 7-men sitting on ground, 1 playing violin
Chapter 4, galley 12-Men on a ship, one throwing a rope to another man
Chapter 5, galley 18-3 men on a ship, 2 are talking, 1 controlling the ship
Chapter 6, galley 23-Man standing on top of a ship
Chapter 7, galley 29-Ox-drawn wagon portaging a keelboat
Chapter 8, galley 33-2 men controlling a ship in rough seas
Chapter 9, galley 37-Elderly men talking to a young boy
Chapter 10, galley 42-Mike Fink
Chapter 11, galley 47-Cargo boats with a paddle wheel
Chapter 12, galley 52-Ship "Enterprise"
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Wellman, Manly Wade. "To Unknown Lands"
Endpaper-A battle between native Indians on the mountains (with overlay)