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William and Lillian Glaser papers, 1924-1961

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Glaser, Lillian GerardGlaser, William C. D.
Title
William and Lillian Glaser papers
Dates
1924-1961 (inclusive)
Quantity
90.0 linear feet, (65 containers)
Collection Number
Ax 874
Summary
William and Lillian Glaser were printers of children's books, who worked closely with illustrators to achieve superior reproductions. The collection includes the business memos, invoices, correspondence, working material, original artwork, dummies, proof sheets, publications of the books and pamphlets they printed, as well as financial records of the publishers, authors, and illustrators for whom they worked.
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.
Languages
English

Historical NoteReturn to Top

The Glasers, William C. D and Lillian Gerard ran a mid-twentieth century printing business on Long Island. William Glaser, later joined by his wife Lillian, a longtime assistant to F. N. Doubleday, founded the business. The prevailing concern of the Glasers was to produce top quality reproductions in print for the artists with whom they worked.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Glaser collection includes the business memos, invoices, correspondence, working material, original artwork, dummies, proof sheets, publications of the books and pamphlets they printed, as well as financial records of the publishers, authors, and illustrators for whom they worked. It is organized by book title, so that related materials including business documents and correspondence will be listed according to its manuscript.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Property rights reside with Special Collections & University Archives. 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.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], William and Lillian Glaser Papers, Ax 874, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Books and Related MaterialsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 1
Abraham Lincoln. Text and drawings by James Daugherty. Business memos, invoices, correspondence.
1942-1958
1 2
Abraham Lincoln. Working material
1 3
Abraham Lincoln. Dummy
1 4
Abraham Lincoln. Cut up press sheets
1943 edition
1 5
Abraham Lincoln. Cut up press sheets
1958 edition
1 6
Abraham Lincoln. Margin and press layouts
1 7
Abraham Lincoln. Unbound book
1 8
Abraham Lincoln. Autographed by the author
1943
1 9
The Adventures of Misha. By Sergei Rosanov. Translated by Ivy Low. Illustrations by Alexander Mogilevsky. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1937-1947
1 10
The Adventures of Misha. Working Material
1 11
The Adventures of Misha. Working Dummy
1 12
The Adventures of Misha. Dummy
1 13
The Adventures of Misha. Book
1938
1 14
Ali the Camel. Text and drawings by Rhea Wells. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1931-1958
1 15
Ali the Camel. Working Material
1 16
Ali the Camel. Book. First edition
1931
1 17-18
All Men are Enemies. Written by Richard Aldington. Illustrated by Rockwell Kent. Typed manuscript. Incomplete
1 19
All Men are Enemies. Manuscript corrected with additions
1 20
All Men are Enemies. Related correspondence
1932
2 1-2
America Sings: Stories and Songs of Our Country's Growing. Collected and told by Carl Carmer. Arranged by Edwin John Stringham. Illustrated by Elizabeth Black Carmer. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1942-1956
2 3-4
America Sings: Stories and Songs of Our Country's Growing. Working material
2 5
America Sings: Stories and Songs of Our Country's Growing. Dummies. Folded Pages
2 6
America Sings: Stories and Songs of Our Country's Growing. Dummies with original tempera/watercolor illustration
2 7
America Sings: Stories and Songs of Our Country's Growing. Working Dummy
2 8
America Sings: Stories and Songs of Our Country's Growing. Unbound book and miscellaneous pages
2 9
An American ABC. By Maud and Miska Petersham. Books, three copies
1941
2 10
An American ABC. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1941-1960
2 11
An American ABC. Working material
2 12
An American ABC. Publicity Illustrations
2 13
An American ABC. Working Dummy
2 14
An American ABC. Original black-line illustrations, including red key lines: Jacket Design; Title Page; Jacket back; Initials with illustrations
2 15-16
America's Stamps. By Maud and Miska Petersham. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1946-1960
3 1
America's Stamps. Working materials
3 2
America's Stamps. Working dummy
3 3
America's Stamps. Book. Inscribed by authors. Two Copies
1947
3 4
America's Stamps. Book with holographic corrections
1947
3 5
America's Stamps. Book
1947
3 6
Andy and Polly. By Rhea Wells. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1930-1942
3 7
Andy and Polly. Working material
3 8
Andy and Polly. Book
1931
3 9
Auntie and Celia Jane and Miki. By Maud and Miska Petersham. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1932-1957
3 10
Auntie and Celia Jane and Miki. Working material, including galleys
3 11
Auntie and Celia Jane and Miki. Jacket and cover layout deigns and illustrations: Cover illustration of Miki offering Auntie a bouquet of flowers. Pencil and colored pencil; Jacket back. Flowering strawberry plant. Color pencil and pencil; Jacket back. Ink version; Layout design notes
3 12
Auntie and Celia Jane and Miki. Title page illustrations and paste up: Title page. Stenciled flowers; Title page. Ink and colored pencil; Title page. Paste up
3 13
Auntie and Celia Jane and Miki. Working dummy. Hale edition
3 14
Auntie and Celia Jane and Miki. Book. First edition
1932
3 18
Bamboo, the Grass Tree and Coconut, the Wonder Tree. Jacket design and layout plans. Tempera
3 19
Bamboo, the Grass Tree. Working dummy
3 20
Bamboo, the Grass Tree. Dummy
3 21
Bamboo, the Grass Tree. Book
1942
3 22
Coconut, the Wonder Tree. Book
1942
3 23
Banana Tree House. By Phyllis Garrard. Illustrated by Berta and Elmer Hader. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1937-1949
3 23
Banana Tree House. Working material
3 23
Banana Tree House. Working dummy
3 23
Banana Tree House. Book. Two copies
1938
4 1
Beachcomber Bobbie. By Florence Bourgeois. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1935-1942
4 2
Beachcomber Bobbie. Working materials
4 3
Beachcomber Bobbie. Galleys
4 4
Beachcomber Bobbie. Book
1935
4 5
Bible Children: Stories from the Bible. Selected by Blanche Jennings Thompson. Illustrated by Kate Seredy. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1936-1958
4 6
Bible Children: Stories from the Bible. Working material
4 7
Bible Children: Stories from the Bible. Working dummy
4 8
Bible Children: Stories from the Bible. Press sheets. Two editions
4 9
Bible Children: Stories from the Bible. First edition. Protestant and Catholic version
4 10
Billy in Search of a Tail. By Nina Butler. Illustrated by Roberta Asseln. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1938-1952
4 11
Billy in Search of a Tail. Working materials
4 12
Billy in Search of a Tail. Photostat negatives
4 13
Billy in Search of a Tail. Book
4 14
A Bird in Hand. By Maud and Miska Petersham. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1938-1957
4 15
A Bird in Hand. Working material
4 16
A Bird in Hand. Illustration overlays
4 17
A Bird in Hand. Illustration overlays
4 18
A Bird in Hand. Illustration overlays
4 19
A Bird in Hand. Original illustrations
4 20
A Bird in Hand. Books. MacMillan: First printing. Hale: Cadmus edition
1951
4 21
Black Face. By Thelma Harrington Bell. Illustrations by Corydon Bell. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1930-1958
4 22
Black Face. Working material
4 23
Black Face. Working dummy
4 24
Black Face. Press sheets, cut
4 25
Black Face. Books. First edition, Doubleday 1931. Cadmus edition
4 26
The Blue-Eyed Lady. By Fernac Molnar. Illustrated by Helen Sewell. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1942-1957
4 27
The Blue-Eyed Lady. Working material
4 28
The Blue-Eyed Lady. Working dummy
4 29
Boat Children of Canton. By Marion B. Ward. Illustrated by Helen Sewell. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1943-1956
4 30
Boat Children of Canton. Working material
4 31
Boat Children of Canton. Working dummy
4 32
Boat Children of Canton. Original illustrations, rough drafts. Pencil and tempera
4 33
Boat Children of Canton. Book. First edition. David McKay company
1944
5 1
A Book of Garden Flowers. By Margaret McKenny. Illustrated by Edith F. Johnston. New York, MacMillan, 1940. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1940-1958
5 2
A Book of Garden Flowers. Working material
5 3
A Book of Garden Flowers. Publicity circulars
5 4
A Book of Garden Flowers. Working dummies, two versions
5 5
A Book of Garden Flowers. Illustration proof sheets, cut. Full color
5 6
A Book of Myths: Selections from Bulfinch's Age of Fable. Illustrated by Helen Sewell. New York, Macmillan, 1958. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1941-1961
5 7
A Book of Myths: Selections from Bulfinch's Age of Fable. Working material
5 8
A Book of Myths: Selections from Bulfinch's Age of Fable. Working dummy with paste-in
5 9
A Book of Myths: Selections from Bulfinch's Age of Fable. Working dummy with paste-in, incomplete
5 10-11
A Book of Myths: Selections from Bulfinch's Age of Fable. Press sheets, several runs
5 12
A Book of Myths: Selections from Bulfinch's Age of Fable. Press sheets with endpapers and jackets
5 13
A Book of Myths: Selections from Bulfinch's Age of Fable. Book. 1942 edition
5 14
The Book of Nah-Wee. By Grace and Carl Moon. N.Y. Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1932. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1931-1957
5 15
The Book of Nah-Wee. Working material
5 16
The Book of Nah-Wee. Press sheets, with end sheets
5 17
The Book of Nah-Wee. Books. First edition, 1932. Cadmus edition
6 1
A Book of Wayside Fruits. By Margaret McKenny and Edith F. Johnston. New York, Macmillan, 1945. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1942-1958
6 2
A Book of Wayside Fruits. Working material
6 3
A Book of Wayside Fruits. Dummies, paste-in pictures and text
6 4
A Book of Wayside Fruits. Press sheets, cut, with jackets and endpapers
6 5
A Book of Wayside Fruits. Book. First edition, 1946
6 6-7
A Book of Wild Flowers. By Margaret McKenny and Edith F. Johnston. New York, Macmillan, 1939. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1937-1958
6 8
A Book of Wild Flowers. Working material
6 9
A Book of Wild Flowers. Circular proofs
6 10
A Book of Wild Flowers. Working dummy
6 11
A Book of Wild Flowers. Dummy, paste-in pictures and text
6 12
A Book of Wild Flowers. Press sheets, cut, with jackets
6 13
A Book of Wild Flowers. Book. 1939 edition
6 14-15
The Box with Red Wheels. By Maud and Miska Petersham. New York, Macmillan, 1949. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1948-1960.
6 16
The Box with Red Wheels. Working material
6 17
The Box with Red Wheels. Circular proofs
6 18
The Box with Red Wheels. Working dummy
6 19
The Box with Red Wheels. Press sheets, cut, with hard cover and pencil notations
6 20
The Box with Red Wheels. Press sheets, cut
6 21
The Box with Red Wheels. Book. 1949 edition
6 22
Breakfast with Clowns. By Rosalie Slocum. New York, Viking Press, 1937. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1935-1953
6 23
Breakfast with Clowns. Working material
6 24
Breakfast with Clowns. Galleys
6 25
Breakfast with Clowns. Books. 1937 edition. Cadmus edition
7 1
Brownie of the Circus and Other Stories of Today. Selected by Wilhelmina Harper. Illustrated by Vera Neville. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1941. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1940-1951
7 2
Brownie of the Circus and Other Stories of Today. Working material
7 3
Brownie of the Circus and Other Stories of Today. Working dummies. Original rough sketches
7 4
Brownie of the Circus and Other Stories of Today. Dummy, paste-in pictures and text
7 5
Brownie of the Circus and Other Stories of Today. Illustration overlays
7 6
Brownie of the Circus and Other Stories of Today. Press sheets, cut, with jackets, endpapers and circulars
7 7
Brownie of the Circus and Other Stories of Today. Book. First edition, 1941
7 8
Buddy the Bear. Written and illustrated by Kurt Wiese. New York, Coward-McCann, 1936. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1936-1949
7 9
Buddy the Bear. Working material
7 10
Buddy the Bear. Working dummy with original illustrations, rough drafts
7 11
Buddy the Bear. Press sheets, cut, with jacket
7 12
Buddy the Bear. Book. 1936 edition
7 13
Busy Boy and Babs. By Florence Bourgeois. Unpublished. Business memos, invoices, correspondence. 1937
7 14
Busy Boy and Babs. Working material
7 15
Busy Boy and Babs. Galleys
7 16
The Castle Number Nine. Written and illustrated by Ludwig Bemelmans. New York, Viking Press, 1937. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1935-1948
7 17
The Castle Number Nine. Working material
7 18
The Castle Number Nine. Manuscript, typed, with corrections
7 19
The Castle Number Nine. Dummy, paste-in pictures and text
7 20
The Castle Number Nine. Press sheets, cut, with jackets, endpapers and circulars
7 21
The Castle Number Nine. Books. 1937 edition. Junior Literary Guild edition, 1937
7 22-3
Children of the Northlights. By Ingri and Edgar Parin D'Aulaire. New York, Viking Press, 1937. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1935-1948
7 24
Children of the Northlights. Working material, including layouts
7 25
Children of the Northlights. Manuscript, typed, with holographic corrections
7 26
Children of the Northlights. Dummy, paste-in pictures and text
7 27
Children of the Northlights. Press sheets, cut, with jacket and circular
8 1-3
Children of the Northlights. Books. 1935 edition; 1936 edition; Junior Literary Guild edition; 1935 edition with taped imprints for English edition by Henry Woodfield, 1960; Cadmus edition 1935
8 4
Children on the Map. By Cecile and Billie Salway. New York, Garden City Publishing Company, 1938. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1938-1958
8 5
Children on the Map. Working material
8 6
Children on the Map. Working dummies for book and circulars
8 7
Children on the Map. Press sheets, cut, with jacket and endpapers
8 8
Children on the Map. Book. 1938 edition
8 9
Chipmunk Moves. By Margaret Friskey. Illustrated by Lucia Patton. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1946. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1945-1947
8 10
Chipmunk Moves. Working material
8 11
Chipmunk Moves. Dummies, paste-in pictures and text
8 12
Chipmunk Moves. Press sheets, cut, with jackets and endpapers
8 13
Chipmunk Moves. Book. First edition, 1946
8 14-15
The Christ Child, as Told by Matthew and Luke. By Maud and Miska Petersham. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1931. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1933-1959
8 16
The Christ Child, as Told by Matthew and Luke. Working dummy
8 17
The Christ Child, as Told by Matthew and Luke. Proof sheets, cut. Two colors
8 18
The Christ Child, as Told by Matthew and Luke. Proof sheets. Full color, with jackets and endpapers
8 19-20
The Christ Child, as Told by Matthew and Luke. Proof books bound
8 21
The Christ Child, as Told by Matthew and Luke. Book. 1931 edition
8 22
The Christ Child, as Told by Matthew and Luke. Book. 1931 edition. First German print edition
8 23
The Christ Child, as Told by Matthew and Luke. Book. 1931 edition. Autographed by authors
8 24
The Christ Child, as Told by Matthew and Luke. Book. 1931 edition. Inscribed to Lulu Glaser
8 25
The Christ Child, as Told by Matthew and Luke. Book. 1931 edition. Leather binding
9 1-2
A Christmas Carol. By Charles Dickens. Illustrated by Everett Shinn. Instroduction by Lionel Barrymore. Chicago, John C. Winston Company, 1938. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1938-1957
9 3
A Christmas Carol. Working material
9 4
A Christmas Carol. Advertising brochure
9 5
A Christmas Carol. Reproduction proofs of Shinn, Barrymore and Scrooge
9 6
A Christmas Carol. Illustration proofs
9 7-8
A Christmas Carol. Proof sheets, folded, cut, with jackets and endpapers
9 9
A Christmas Carol. Working dummies, paste-in text and illustrations
9 10
A Christmas Carol. Book. First edition, 1938. Marked copy
9 11
A Christmas Carol. Book. 1938 edition
9 12
Cinderella. Retold and illustrated by Leonard Weisgard. New York, Garden City Publishing Company, 1938. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1938-1957
9 13
Cinderella. Working material
9 14
Cinderella. Press sheets, cut, with jacket and endpapers
9 15
Cinderella. Dummy, paste-in pictures and text
9 16
Cinderella. Book. 1938 edition
9 17
The Circus Baby: A Picture Book. By Maud and Miska Petersham. New York, Macmillan, 1950. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1949-1962
9 18
The Circus Baby: A Picture Book. Working material
9 19
The Circus Baby: A Picture Book. Press sheets, cut, with endpapers and jackets
9 20
The Circus Baby: A Picture Book. Working dummy, with original rough sketches
9 21
The Circus Baby: A Picture Book. Dummy, bound, with original sketches
9 22
The Circus Baby: A Picture Book. Book. 1950 edition
9 23
A Conch Shell for Molly. Written and illustrated by Lucille Wallower. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1940. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1940-1953
9 24
A Conch Shell for Molly. Working material
9 25
A Conch Shell for Molly. Press sheets, cut, with jackets
9 26
A Conch Shell for Molly. Dummy, paste-in pictures and text, holographic notations
9 27
A Conch Shell for Molly. Dummy, paste-in pictures and text, holographic notations. Junior Literary Guild edition
9 28
A Conch Shell for Molly. Book. 1940 edition
10 1-2
Copper-Toed Boots. By Marguerite DeAngeli. New York, Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1938. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1938-1960
10 3
Copper-Toed Boots. Circular materials, including rough sketch
10 4
Copper-Toed Boots. Jacket and front page copy and design
10 5
Copper-Toed Boots. Press sheets, cut. Some have holographic markings and jacket endpapers
10 6
Copper-Toed Boots. Book. First edition, 1938. 2 copies
10 7
Copper-Toed Boots. Book. 1938 edition with title page penciled for 1941 edition. 1938 edition, used as dummy for 1949 edition
10 8
Corporal Crow. By Margaret Friskey. Illustrated by Lucia Patton. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1944. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1943-1948
10 9
Corporal Crow. Working material, including jacket and circular designs with pencil sketches
10 10
Corporal Crow. Dummy, paste-in pictures and texts
10 11
Corporal Crow. Book. First edition, 1944. London, Hutchinson's Books for Young Children
10 12
Cowboy Tommy. By Stanford Tousey. Garden City, Double day, Doran and Company, 1932
10 13
Cowboy Tommy. Working material
10 14
Cowboy Tommy. Press sheets, cut with endpapers
10 15
Cowboy Tommy. Book, First edition. With penciled page numbers. Cadmus edition, 1934. Printed by E. M. Hale of Eu Claire, Wisconsin by special arrangement
11 1
Curious George. By H. A. Rey. Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1941. Jacket, circular and catalogue deigns and working material
11 2
Curious George. Text proofs
11 3-4
Curious George. Working material
11 5
Curious George. Working dummy of illustrations
11 6
Curious George. Book. 1941 edition, small size. Penciled page numbers
11 7
Curious George. Books. 1941 edition, large size. Two copies. One with paper wrapper has notations by Lillian Glaser
11 8
Curious George. Original art work
11 9
Curious George. Dummy. Paste-in proofs and text
11 10
Curious George. Book. 1941 copyright, but no date on title page. Penciled notation on dust jacket "1958 edition." Large size edition
11 11
Curious George. Press sheets, cut and folded. Small size edition
11 12
Curious George. Press sheets, cut and folded. Large size edition
11 13
Dancing Cloud. By Mary Marsh Buff. Illustrated by Conrad Buff. New York, Viking Press, 1937. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1935-1958
11 14
Dancing Cloud. Dummies
11 15
Dancing Cloud. Books.1937 edition; 1938 edition; 1937 edition, Junior Literary Guild, Viking Press
12 1
Daniel Boone. By James Daugherty. New York, Viking Press, 1939. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
12 2
Daniel Boone. Working material, including publicity circular designs
12 3
Daniel Boone. Text proofs. Black, white and sepia
12 4
Daniel Boone. Press sheets, cut with jackets and endpapers
12 5
Daniel Boone. Dummy, paste-in pictures and text
12 6-7
Daniel Boone. Books. 1939 edition, 1949 edition, 1953 edition, 1956 edition
12 8
Dawn Boy of the Pueblos. By Lena Becker Scott. Illustrated by W. Langdon Kihn. Philadelphia, John C. Winston Company, 1935. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1934-1958
12 9
Dawn Boy of the Pueblos. Working material, including illustration proofs
12 10
Dawn Boy of the Pueblos. Book. 1935 edition
12 11
Dragons on Guard. Author unknown. Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott, ca. 1944, if published. Business memos, invoices, correspondence. Endpaper proofs
1944-1964
12 12
Ermintrude. By Nancy Moore. Illustrated by Edward Leight. New York, Vanguard Press, 1960. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1960
12 13
Ermintrude. Working dummies for jacket and circular
12 14
Ermintrude. Dummy, paste-in text and illustrations
12 15
Ermintrude. Press sheets, folded. One set marked with corrections. Jackets and endpapers
12 16
Ermintrude. Original art with layover illustrations
12 17
Ermintrude. Book. 1960 edition
12 18
Exploring the World of Social Insects. By Hilda Simon. New York, Vanguard Press, 1962. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
12 19
Exploring the World of Social Insects. Working material, including press sheets, some marked for editorial use
12 20
Exploring the World of Social Insects. Book. 1962 edition
12 1
Farm Boy: A Hunt for Indian Treasure. By Phil Stong. Illustrated by Kurt Wiese. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1934. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1961
12 2
Farm Boy: A Hunt for Indian Treasure. Working material
12 3
Farm Boy: A Hunt for Indian Treasure. Press sheets, cut
12 4
Farm Boy: A Hunt for Indian Treasure. Dummy
12 5
Farm Boy: A Hunt for Indian Treasure. Books. First edition, 1934. Dodd, Mead edition, 1936. 1934 edition marked for Dodd, Mead reprint
12 6
Fathers, the Story of Rhea. By Alice Curtis Desmond. Illustrated by Wilfrid Bronson. New York, Macmillan, 1940. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1940-1961
12 7
Fathers, the Story of Rhea. Working material
12 8
Fathers, the Story of Rhea. Illustration proofs
12 9
Fathers, the Story of Rhea. Press sheets, cut with jackets and endpapers
12 10
Fathers, the Story of Rhea. Dummy
12 11
Fathers, the Story of Rhea. Book. 1943 edition
12 12
First the Flower, Then the Fruit. By Jannette May Lucas. Illustrated by Helene Carter. Philadelphia, J.B. Lippencott, 1943. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1942-1954
12 13
First the Flower, Then the Fruit. Working material
12 13
First the Flower, Then the Fruit. Press sheets, cut, with jackets and endpapers
12 14
First the Flower, Then the Fruit. Dummy
12 15
First the Flower, Then the Fruit. Book. 1943 edition
12 16
Flippy and Skippy, the Two Flying Squirrels. By Donn Crane. Philadelphia, John C. Winston, 1940. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1939-1941
12 17
Flippy and Skippy, the Two Flying Squirrels. Working material
12 18
Flippy and Skippy, the Two Flying Squirrels. Press sheets, cut, with jackets and endpapers. One set with penciled notations
12 19
Flippy and Skippy, the Two Flying Squirrels. Artists dummy, incomplete, hard bound, with original drawings in watercolor, pastels, ink, and typed text; Working dummy, with artists typed instructions; Dummy
12 20
Flippy and Skippy, the Two Flying Squirrels. Book. 1940 edition
14 1
Flowers for Mother. By Katharine Evans. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1948. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1945-1949
14 2
Flowers for Mother. Working material
14 3
Flowers for Mother. Press sheets, cut, with jacket. Dummy
14 4
Flowers for Mother. Book. 1948 edition
14 5-6
The Flying Locomotive. Story and pictures by William Penne DuBois. New York, Viking Press, 1941. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1939-1960
14 7
The Flying Locomotive. Working material, including circulars and galleys
14 8
The Flying Locomotive. Press sheets, cut, with jacket. 2 editions, 3 sets
14 9
The Flying Locomotive. Working dummy. Cutouts and preliminary work for dummy, with author's notes
14 10
The Flying Locomotive. Book. 1941 edition
14 11
The Folding Father. By Heinrich Hauser. Illustrated by Tibor Gergely. Boston, Lothrop, Lee, and Shepard, 1942. German edition published 1938. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1941-1958
14 12
The Folding Father. Working material
14 13
The Folding Father. Working dummy of typed text and pencil notations, no illustration. Bound
14 14
The Folding Father. Press sheets, cut, with jacket. Book. 1938 edition
14 15
The Forgetful Elephant. By Jean Greene. Illustrated by Tibor Gergely. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1945. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1944-1946
14 16
The Forgetful Elephant. Working material, including circular layout and original watercolor design for jacket cover
14 17
The Forgetful Elephant. Dummy
14 18
The Forgetful Elephant. Book. First edition, 1945. Penciled page numbers and dust jacket
15 1
The Four and Lena. By Marie Barringer. Illustrated by Maud and Miska Petersham. New York, Junior Books, Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1938. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1938-1944
15 2
The Four and Lena. Working material
15 3
The Four and Lena. Press sheets, cut, with dust jacket
15 4
The Four and Lena. Book. 1938 edition
15 5
The Frenzied Prince: Heroic Tales of Ancient Ireland. Told by Padraic Colum. Illustrated by Willy Pogany. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1943. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1942-1943
15 6
The Frenzied Prince: Heroic Tales of Ancient Ireland. Working material
15 7
The Frenzied Prince: Heroic Tales of Ancient Ireland. Working dummy, paste in text and illustrations, holographic notes
15 8
The Frenzied Prince: Heroic Tales of Ancient Ireland. Press sheets, cut, with dust jacket. Book. 1943 edition
15 9
George Washington. By Ingri and Edgar Parin D'Aulaire. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1936. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1936-1947
15 10
George Washington. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1948-1961
15 11-12
George Washington. Working material
15 13
George Washington. Book. 1936 edition. Editors notes and markings for 1943 edition
16 1
Giant Otto. By William Pene DuBois. New York, Viking Press, 1936. Book. 1936 edition
16 2
Gloomy the Camel. Story and pictures by Grace Paull. New York, Viking Press, 1938. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1938-1957
16 3
Gloomy the Camel. Press sheets, cut, with dust jacket. Book 1938 edition
16 4
Goddess in Slacks. Illustrated by Willy Pogany. Cannot confirm publishing data. Correspondence is with Field-Doubleday, Inc., New York ca. 1945. Business memos, invoices, correspondence. Working material. Illustration proofs
1944-1957
16 5
The Golden Basket. By Ludwig Bemelmans. New York, Viking Press, 1936. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1936-1954
16 6
The Golden Basket. Working material
16 7
The Golden Basket. Working dummy: paste-in text and illustrations; holographic notes
16 8
The Golden Basket. Books. 1936 edition. 1936 Junior Literary Guild and Viking Press version
16 9
The Golden Flash. By May McNeer. Pictures by Lynd Ward. New York, Viking Press, ca. 1947. (Publishing data and author not confirmed.) Business memos, invoices, correspondence. Working material
1946-1957
16 10-11
Good Medicine: The Illustrated Letters of Charles M. Russell. With an introduction by Will Rogers and a biographical note by Nancy C. Russell. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1930. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1928-1958
16 12-13
Good Medicine: The Illustrated Letters of Charles M. Russell. Working material
16 14
Good Medicine: The Illustrated Letters of Charles M. Russell. Illustration and page proofs
16 15
Good Medicine: The Illustrated Letters of Charles M. Russell. Working dummy with paste-in text and illustrations, holographic notes
17 1
Good Medicine: The Illustrated Letters of Charles M. Russell. Books. 1929 edition; 1930 edition, larger volume
17 2
Good Medicine: The Illustrated Letters of Charles M. Russell. 1930 edition, entitled Good Medicine: Memories of the Real West.
17 3
Grandfather Frog: The Busy Loafer. By Margaret Friskey. Pictures by Lucia Patton. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1941. Business memos, invoices, correspondence. Working material
1940-1945
17 4
Grandfather Frog: The Busy Loafer. Dummy. Press sheets. Book. First edition, 1941
17 5
The Great Geppy. Written and illustrated by William Pene DuBois. New York, Viking Press, 1946. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1939-1959
17 6
The Great Geppy. Working material
17 7
The Great Geppy. Typed manuscript with holographic revisions
17 8
The Great Geppy. Working dummy. Paste in text and illustrations, holographic notes
17 9
The Great Geppy. 1940 edition; 1940 edition, editor's notes for reprint
17 10
The Great Geppy. 1946 edition, editors notes and reivisions for fourth printing; 1953 edition, editor's markings for fifth printing
17 11
The Gulf Stream. By Ruth Brindze. Illustrations by Helene Carter. New York, Vanguard Press, 1945. (Winner of the First Prize in the Children's Spring Book Festival sponsored by the New York Herald Tribune.) Business memos, invoices, correspondence. Working material
1944-1958
17 12
The Gulf Stream. Working dummy. Paste-in pictures and text with holographic notes. Book. 1945 edition
18 1
The Gunniwolf and Other Merry Tales. Selected by Wilhelmina Harper. Illustrated by Kate Seredy. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1936. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1936-1947
18 2
Gunniwolf and Other Merry Tales. Working material
18 3
Gunniwolf and Other Merry Tales. Preliminary pencil sketches for book. Working dummy: paste-in text and illustrations; holographic notes
18 4
Gunniwolf and Other Merry Tales. Books. First edition, 1936. Unbound copy of first edition
18 5
Hansi. Story and pictures by Ludwig Bemelmans. New York, Viking Press, 1934. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1934-1960
18 6
Hansi. Working material
18 7
Hansi. Working dummy: for Junior Literary Guild edition, paste-in pictures and text; holographic. Working dummy for E.M. Hale and Company edition
18 8
Hansi. Books. 1934 edition. 1934 edition, published by E.M. Hale and Company, Eau Claire, Wisconsin
18 9
Henner's Lydia. By Maguerite DeAngeli. Garden City, N.Y., Junior Books, Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1936. Business, invoices, correspondence
1936-1961
18 10
Henner's Lydia. Working material
18 11-12
Henner's Lydia. Working dummy: paste-in pictures and text; holographic notes. Press sheets, cut. Editor's notes. Unmarked press sheets with dust jacket
18 13
Henner's Lydia. Books. 1936 edition, two copies. 1946 edition with editor's notes for later edition
18 14-16
Honk: The Moose. By Phil Strong. Illustrated by Kurt Wiese. New York, Dodd, Mead and Company, 1935. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1945-1955
18 17
Honk: The Moose. Working material, including galleys and original jacket illustration
18 18
Honk: The Moose. Press sheets, cut, with endpapers and jackets
18 19
Honk: The Moose. Books. 1935 edition, two copies. First edition. 1936, English edition paste-ins and revisions
18 20
How do you get there? By H.A. Rey. Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1941. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1940-1957
18 21
How do you get there? Working material, including text proofs in various stages; plus typed manuscript
18 22
How do you get there? Working dummy: spiral notebook; illustrations with pencil; illustrations with penciled notations. Dummy; paste-in text and pictures
18 23
How do you get there? Book. 1941 edition
18 24
Humphrey: One Hundred Years Along the Wayside with a Box Turtle. Story and pictures by Marjorie Flack. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1934. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1935
18 25
Humphrey: One Hundred Years Along the Wayside with a Box Turtle. Working material, including galleys
18 26
Humphrey: One Hundred Years Along the Wayside with a Box Turtle. Book. 1934 edition. Junior Books edition
18 27
Indian Harvest: Wild Food Plants of America. By Jannette May Lucas. Illustrated by Helene Carter. Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott, 1945. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1943-1954
18 28
Indian Harvest: Wild Food Plants of America. Working material
18 29
Indian Harvest: Wild Food Plants of America. Working dummy: paste-in pictures and text; holographic notes. Book. 1945 edition
20 1-2
Jesus' Story: A Little New Testament. Illustrations by Maud and Miska Petersham. New York, Macmillan, 1944. Includes materials for Story of Jesus, the Catholic version of this book. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1942-1961
20 3
Jesus' Story: A Little New Testament. Working material, including illustration proofs
20 4
Jesus' Story: A Little New Testament. Typed manuscript, holograph corrections
20 5
Jesus' Story: A Little New Testament. Illustration and text proofs
20 6-7
Jesus' Story: A Little New Testament. Dummies, 3 copies. Paste-in text and illustrations, holographic notes
20 8
Jesus' Story: A Little New Testament. Press sheets
20 9
Jesus' Story: A Little New Testament. Books. Jesus' Story. 1944 edition. Story of Jesus. 1944 edition
20 10
Joan and Pierre. Written and illustrated by May N. Mulvany-Dauteur. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1931. Business memos, invoices, correspondence, working material, 1931. Book. First edition, 1931
20 11
Joan Wanted a Kitty. Jane Brown Gemmill. Illustrations by Marguerite DeAngeli. Philadelphia, John C. Winston Company, 1937. Business memos, invoices
1936-1947
20 12
Joan Wanted a Kitty. Working material
20 13
Joan Wanted a Kitty. Book. 1937, edition
21 1
Joe Buys Nails. By Kurt Wiese. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1931. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1931-1957
21 2
Joe Buys Nails. Books. First edition, 1931. Two copies, one used as publisher's dummy for Cadmus edition. Cadmus edition, 1931. Published by E.M. Hale and Company of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, by special arrangement
21 3
Johnny Cottontail. By Margaret Friskey. Pictures by Lucia Patton. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1946. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1944-1946
21 4
Johnny Cottontail. Working dummy: paste-in text and illustrations; holographic notes
21 5
Johnny Penguin. By Dorothy and Marguerite Bryan. Garden City, N.Y., Junior Books, Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1931. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1931-1961
21 6
Johnny Penguin. Books. First edition, 1931. 1931 edition
21 7
Kobi: A Boy of Switzerland. By Mary March Buff and Conrad Buff. Lithographs by Conrad Buff. New York, Viking Press, 1939. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1939-1956
21 8
Kobi: A Boy of Switzerland. Working material
21 9
Kobi: A Boy of Switzerland. Working dummies: paste-in text and illustrations, holographic notes
21 10
Kobi: A Boy of Switzerland. Page proofs. Press sheets, cut, with dust jacket
21 11
Kobi: A Boy of Switzerland. Book. 1939 edition
21 12
The Land of Little Rain: A Story of Hopi Indian Children. Written and illustration by Muriel H. Fellows. Philadelphia, John C. Winston Company, 1936. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1935-1954
21 13
The Land of Little Rain: A Story of Hopi Indian Children. Working material
21 14
The Land of Little Rain: A Story of Hopi Indian Children. Working dummy: paste-in text and illustrations; holographic notes
22 1
The Land of Little Rain: A Story of Hopi Indian Children. Books. 1936 edition. 1936 edition. Junior Literary Guild and Winston edition. 1937 edition. George G. Harrap and Company, Ltd., London
22 2
Lazy Liza Lizard. By Marie Curtis Rains. Pictures by Vera Neville. Philadelphia, John C. Winston Company, 1938. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1937-1946
22 3
Lazy Liza Lizard. Working material
22 4
Lazy Liza Lizard. Book. 1938 edition
22 5
Liang & Lo. By Kurt Wiese. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1930. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1930-1947
22 6
Liang & Lo. Dummies: Paste-in text and illustration proofs
22 7
Liang & Lo. Books. First edition, 1930. Cadmus edition, 1930. E.M. Hale, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, by special arrangement
22 8-9
A Lion for Patsy. By Miriam E. Mason. Pictures by Vera Neville. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1947. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1946-1947
22 10
A Lion for Patsy. Working dummy: paste-in and illustrations; holographic notes. Book. 1947 edition
22 11
Little Black Sambo. By Helen Bannerman. Illustration by Kurt Wiese. Animations by A.V. Warren. Garden City, N.Y., Garden City Publishing Company, 1933. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1933-1934
22 12
Little Black Sambo. Working material
22 13
Little Black Sambo. Animated illustration cards. Book. 1933 edition
22 14
The Little Book About God. By Lauren Ford. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday and Company, 1934. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1934-1960
22 15
The Little Book About God. Press sheets, cut, with dust jacket. Books: 1934 edition; 1934 edition, wax paper cover; 1934 edition, wax paper cover, approved by Censor Librum and Archbishop of New York
23 1
The Little Boy and His House. By Stephen Bone and Mary Adshead. Philadelphia, John C. Winston Company, 1937. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1936-1953
23 2
The Little Boy and His House. Working material
23 3
The Little Boy and His House. Dummies: Original dummy with hand-printed text and hand drawn illustrations, hand-colored with crayon; Cadmus edition dummy, with paste-in text and illustrations; holographic notes
23 4
The Little Boy and His House. Press sheets, cuts
23 5
The Little Boy and His House. Books: 1936 edition, London, J.M. Dent and Company, Ltd., two copies; 1937 edition, Philadelphia, John C. Winston Company; 1937 edition, as above, holographic notes for later edition; 1950 editon, Philadelphia, John C. Winston Company
23 6
A Little Child. Christmas Bible verses selected by Jessie Orton Jones. Illustrated by Elizabeth Orton Jones. New York, Viking Press, 1946. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1945-1951
23 7
A Little Child. Working dummies: Original illustrations, paste-in text, editor's markings; Paste in text and illustrations, holographic notes
23 8
A Little Child. Books: 1946 edition; 1946 edition, E. M. Hale and Company, by special arrangement with Viking Press
23 9
Little Eagle: A Navajo Boy. Written and Illustrated by Armstrong Sperry. Philadelphia, John C. Winston Company, 1938. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1937-1946
23 10
Little Eagle: A Navajo Boy. Working material
23 11
Little Eagle: A Navajo Boy. Press sheets, cut. Book. 1938 edition
23 12
Little Faces from Far Places. Written and illustrated by Julia Nordell. New York, Grosset & Dunlap, 1933. Business memos, invoices, correspondence. Working material. Press sheets, cut. Book, 1933 edition
1933-1936
23 13
Little Magic Painter: A Story of the Stone Age. Written and illustrated by Muriel H. Fellows. Philadelphia, John C. Winston Company, 1938. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1937-1951
23 14
Little Magic Painter: A Story of the Stone Age. Working material
24 1
Little Magic Painter: A Story of the Stone Age. Working dummy: paste in text and illustrations, holographic notes. John C. Winston edition
24 2
Little Magic Painter: A Story of the Stone Age. Dummy: paste-in text and illustrations, holographic notes. E. M. Hale and Company edition. Page proofs, cut
24 3
Little Magic Painter: A Story of the Stone Age. Books: 1938 edition; 1938 E. M. Hale and Company edition, by special arrangement with the John C. Winston Company
24 4
Little Ones. By Dorothy Kunhardt. With lithographs by Kurt Wiese. New York, Viking Press, 1935. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1935-1958
24 5
Little Ones. Dummy: Paste-in text and illustrations, holographic notes. Press sheets
24 6
Little Ones. Books: 1935 edition; 1935 edition from E. M. Hale and Company, published by special arrangement with Viking Press
24 7
Little Poncho. Written and illustrated by Leo Politi. New York, Viking Press, 1938. Preliminary proofs of one scene. Book: 1938 edition, inscribed by the author on flyleaf
24 8
Little Songs of the Big City. Stories and melodies by Ruth Garretson Walmsley. Lyrics by L. Young Correthers. Pictures by Mary F. Mullen. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1941. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1937-1941
24 9
Little Songs of the Big City. Working material. Includes sheet music
24 10
Little Songs of the Big City. Working dummy: paste-in pictures and text, holographic notes. Book: 1941 edition
24 11
Little Town. By Berta and Elmer Hader. New York, Macmillan, 1941. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1941-1958
24 12
Little Town. Working material
24 13
Little Town. Dummy
24 14
Little Town. Press sheets
24 15
Little Town. Book: 1941 edition
24 16
The Lonely Little Pig. Selected by Wilhelmina Harpers. Pictured by Vera Neville. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1938. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1933-1959
24 17
The Lonely Little Pig. Working material
24 18
The Lonely Little Pig. Press sheets. Book: First edition, 1938
25 1
The Lord's Prayer. Pictured by Ingri and Edgar Parin D'Aulaire. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1934. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1933-1959
25 2
The Lord's Prayer. Notes, layout plans, publicity releases
25 3
The Lord's Prayer. Book. 1934 edition, smaller version
25 4
The Lost Shuttle: A Modern Folktale. By Muriel Fuller. Pictures by Dorathea Dana. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1946. (Later published as The Runaway Shuttle Train.) Typed manuscript. Correspondence, 1944
25 5
The Lucky Llama. By Alice Curtis Desmond. Illustrated by Wilfrid Bronson. New York, Macmillan, 1939. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1939-1960
25 6
The Lucky Llama. Working materials, notes, layout plans
25 7
The Lucky Llama. Dummy: paste-in text and illustrations
1939
25 8
The Lucky Llama. Press sheets
25 9
The Lucky Lama. Book: 1939 edition
25 10
The Magic Rug. By Ingri and Edgar Parin D'Aulaire. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1931. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1930-1954
25 11
The Magic Rug. Working material
25 12
The Magic Rug. Press sheets
25 13
The Magic Rug. Book: First edition, 1931
25 14
Maminka's Children. By Elizabeth Orton Jones. New York, Macmillan, 1940. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1940-1953
25 15
Maminka's Children. Working material
25 16
Maminka's Children. Publicity release. Dust jacket copy
25 17
Maminka's Children. Dummies: folded sheets, 2 copies
25 18
Maminka's Children. Dummy, with paste-in text and illustrations
25 19
Maminka's Children. Book: 1940 edition
25 20
Martin the Goose Boy. By Marie Barringer. Illustrated by Maud and Miska Petersham. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1932. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1931-1945
25 21
Martin the Goose Boy. Working material
25 22
Martin the Goose Boy. Illustration proofs, jacket design with holographic notes
25 23
Martin the Goose Boy. Book: First edition, 1932
25 24
Michael Who Missed His Train. By Marie Barringer. Illustrated by Maud and Miska Petersham. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1932. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1931-1952
25 25
Michael Who Missed His Train. Proof sheets
25 26
Michael Who Missed His Train. Working material, illustration proofs
25 27
Michael Who Missed His Train. Books: First edition, 1932; 1932 edition
25 28
Mickey and Mary. By Maud and Miska Petersham. New York, Macmillan, 1932. Business memos, notes
1932
26 1
Miss Harriet Hippopotamus and the Most Wonderful. Story by Nancy Moore. Pictures by Edward Leight. New York, Vangaurd Press, 1963. Business memos, invoices, and working material
1959-1962
26 2
Miss Harriet Hippopotamus and the Most Wonderful. Press sheets
26 3
Misty and Chincoteague. By Marguerite Henry. Illustrated by Wesley Dennis. New York, Rand McNally and Company, 1947. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1947-1958
26 4
Misty and Chincoteague. Working material
26 5
Misty and Chincoteague. Dummy, paste-in text and illustrations
26 6
Misty and Chincoteague. Books: 1947 edition; 1947 edition, notes on title page
26 7
Mitty and Mr. Syrup. Story by Ruth Langland-Holberg. Pictures by Richard A. Holberg. Garden City, N. Y., Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1935. Business memos, invoices, and correspondence
1935-1949
26 8
Mitty and Mr. Syrup. Working material
26 9
Mitty and Mr. Syrup. Dummies with paste-in text, illustrations, holographic notes
26 10
Mitty and Mr. Syrup. Books: First edition, 1935; 1939 edition; 1935 Cadmus book editions, published by E. M. Hale and Company, with special permission
26 11
Mitty and Mr. Syrup's Farm. Story by Ruth Langland-Holberg. Pictures by Richard A. Holberg. Garden City, N. Y., Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1936. Business memos, invoices, and correspondence
1935-1958
26 12
Mitty and Mr. Syrup's Farm. Working material
26 13
Mitty and Mr. Syrup's Farm. Press sheets
26 14
Mitty and Mr. Syrup's Farm. Books: First edition, 1936; 1938 edition; 1941 edition; 1936 Cadmus edition, published by E. M. Hale and Company, with special permission
27 1
Molly and Michael. By Florence Bourgeois. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1936. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1936-1958
27 2
Molly and Michael. Press sheets
27 3
Molly and Michael. Books: 1936 edition; 1936 edition, marked with pencil notes for 1941 reissue
27 4
Mr. Heinie. By Aldarilla S. Beistle. Pictures by Mary Alice Beistle. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1938. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1937-1938
27 5
Mr. Heinie. Working material
27 6
Mr. Heinie. Dummy, paste-in text and illustrations
27 7
Mr. Heinie. Book: First edition, 1938
27 8
Mr. Heinie and Scroot. By Aldarilla S. Beistle. Pictures by Mary Alice Beistle. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1939. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1939
27 9
Mr. Heinie and Scroot. Working material
27 10
Mr. Heinie and Scroot. Original art: Crayon on tissue paper
27 11
Mr. Heinie and Scroot. Dummies, paste-in text and illustrations
27 12
Mr. Heinie and Scroot. Press sheets
27 13
Mr. Heinie and Scroot. Book: First edition, 1939
27 14
Mr. Tidy Paws. By Francis Clarke Sayers. Lithographs by Zhenya Gay. New York, Viking Press, 1935. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1935-1952
27 15
Mr. Tidy Paws. Working materials
27 16
Mr. Tidy Paws. Press sheets
27 17
Mr. Tidy Paws. Book: 1935 edition
27 18
My Very First Book. By Maud and Miska Petersham. New York, Macmillan, 1933. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1947-1960
27 19
My Very First Book. Working materials
1942
27 20
My Very First Book. Dummy, paste in illustrations and text
27 21
My Very First Book. Press sheets
27 22
My Very First Book. Books: 1948 edition in cardboard case with illustrated cover; 1959 edition
27 23
Noodle. By Munro Leaf. Pictures by Ludwig Bemelmans. New York, Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1937. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1937-1950
27 24
Noodle. Dummy, paste-in text and illustrations
27 25
Noodle. Book: 1937 edition
27 26
Nothing At All. By Wanda Gag. New York, Coward McCann, 1941. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1941-1945
27 27
Nothing At All. Working material
27 28
Nothing At All. Dummy with paste-in text and illustrations
27 29
Nothing At All. Press sheets
27 30
Nothing At All. Books: 1941 edition, two copies
28 1
Ola. By Ingri and Edgar Parin D'Aulaire. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1932. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1931-1939
28 2
Ola. Working material
28 3
Ola. Books: First edition 1932; first edition 1932, pages marked for second edition; first edition 1932, brown paper cover with notations by Glaser
28 4
Ola and Blakken and Line, Sine and Trine. By Ingri and Edgar Parin D'Aulaire. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1933. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1933-1960
28 5
Ola and Blakken and Line, Sine and Trine. Working material
28 6
Ola and Blakken and Line, Sine and Trine. Press sheets
28 7
Ola and Blakken and Line, Sine and Trine. Books: First edition 1933; 1933 edition; Scandinavian version
28 8
Once There Was a Little Boy. By Dorothy Kunhardt. Illustrated by Helene Sewell. New York, Viking Press, 1936. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1944-1956
28 9
Once There Was a Little Boy. Press sheets
28 10
Once There Was a Little Boy. Dummy with paste in text and illustrations
28 11
Once There Was a Little Boy. Book: 1936 edition
28 12
One Day with Jambi in Sumatra. Written and illustrated by Armstrong Sperry. Philadelphia, John C. Winston and Company, 1934. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1933-1958
28 13
One Day with Jambi in Sumatra. Working material
28 14
One Day with Jambi in Sumatra. Dummy for Cadmus book edition
28 15
One Day with Jambi in Sumatra. Books: 1934 edition; Cadmus edition 1934
28 16
One Day with Jingo. Written and illustrated by Armstrong Sperry. Publishing data not verifiable. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1933-1934
28 17
One Day with Jingo. Working dummy with paste-in text and illustrations
28 18
One Day with Manu. Written and illustrated by Armstrong Sperry. New York, The Junior Literary Guild and the John C. Winston Company, 1933. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1945
28 19
One Day with Manu. Books: 1933 edition, two copies
29 1
One Day with Tuktu. Written and illustrated by Armstrong Sperry. New York, John C. Winston Company, 1935. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1935-1957
29 2
One Day with Tuktu. Working material
29 3
One Day with Tuktu. Original illustrations
29 4
One Day with Tuktu. Books: 1935 edition; 1935 Junior Literary Guild edition, John C. Winston Company
29 5
One String Fiddle. By Eric Berry. Music by Lillian Webster. Philadelphia, John C. Winston Company, 1942. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1938-1958
29 6
One String Fiddle. Dummy, with paste-in text and illustration
29 7
One String Fiddle. Original music scores
29 8
One String Fiddle. Book: 1939 edition
29 9
Open Daily. By Aldarilla S. Beistle. Pictures by Mary Alice Beistle. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1942. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1941-1951
29 10
Open Daily. Working material
29 11
Open Daily. Dummy with paste-in text and illustrations
29 12
Open Daily. Press sheets
29 13
Open Daily. Book: 1942 edition
29 14
Otto at Sea. By William Pene Du Bois. New York, Viking Press, 1936. Includes material for Giant Otto. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1937-1937
29 15
Otto at Sea. Working material
29 16
Otto at Sea. Original art
29 17
Otto at Sea. Sheet rough drafts with pencil
29 18
Otto at Sea. Book: 1936 edition
29 19
Our Westwind Garden. Author unidentified. New York, Macmillan, ca. 1941. Publishing data not verifiable. Notes
29 20
Peanut Butter Slide. Written and illustrated by Grace Paull. New York, Viking Press, 1939. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1939-1957
29 21
Peanut Butter Slide. Working material
29 22
Peanut Butter Slide. Dummy, with paste-in text and illustrations
29 23
Peanut Butter Slide. Press sheets
29 24
Peanut Butter Slide. Book: 1939 edition
29 25
Peewee the Mouse Deer. By Hendrik de Leeuw. Pictures by Tibor Gergely. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1943. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1942-1949
29 26
Peewee the Mouse Deer. Working material
29 27
Peewee the Mouse Deer. Dummy, paste-in text and illustrations
29 28
Peewee the Mouse Deer. Press sheets
29 29
Peewee the Mouse Deer. Book: First edition 1943
30 1
Peter Painter. By Frank Martin Webber. Illustrated by Vera Neville. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1940. Business memos, invoices, and correspondence
1940-1946
30 2
Peter Painter. Working materials
30 3
Peter Painter. Dummy, with paste-in text and illustrations
30 4
Peter Painter. Book: First edition, 1943
30 5
Peter Painter and the Holidays. By Frank Martin Webber. Illustrated by Vera Neville. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1942. Business memos, invoices, and correspondence
1942-1945
30 6
Peter Painter and the Holidays. Dummy, paste-in text and illustrations
30 7
Peter Painter and the Holidays. Book: 1942 edition
30 8
Peter Painter's Merry-Go-Round. By Frank Martin Webber. Illustrated by Vera Neville. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1946. Business memos, invoices, and correspondence
1942-1946
30 9
Peter Painter's Merry-Go-Round. Book: 1946 edition
30 10
Peter Peter Pumkin Grower. By Florence Bourgeois. Garden City, N.Y., Junior Books, Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1937. Business memos, invoices, and correspondence
1937-1956
30 11
Peter Peter Pumkin Grower. Working material
30 12
Peter Peter Pumkin Grower. Original illustration
30 13
Peter Peter Pumkin Grower. Dummy, paste-in text and illustrations
30 14
Peter Peter Pumkin Grower. Book: First edition, 1937
30 15
Peterkin. By Elaine and Willy Bogany. Philadelphia, David McKay and Company, 1940. Business memos, invoices, and correspondence
1940-1949
30 16
Peterkin. Working material
30 17
Peterkin. Dummy, paste-in text and illustration
30 18
Peterkin. Book: First edition, 1940
30 19
Petite Susanne. By Marguerite De'Angeli. New York, Junior Books, Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1937. Business memos, invoices, and correspondence
1937-1962
30 20
Petite Susanne. Working material
30 21
Petite Susanne. Dummies, paste in text and illustrations
30 22
Petite Susanne. Press sheets
30 23
Petite Susanne. Books: First edition 1937, two copies
31 1
Policeman's Pig. Author unidentified. Publishing date unavailable. Working material
31 2
Poor Richard. By James Daugherty. Lithographs by the author. New York, Viking Press, 1941. Business memos, invoices, and correspondence
1941-1958
31 3
Poor Richard. Working material
31 4
Poor Richard. Dummy, paste in text and illustrations
31 5
Poor Richard. Press sheets
31 6
Poor Richard. Book: 1941 edition
31 7
The Pup Called Cinderella. Story by Esther Waston Reno. Pictures by Leonard Wisegard. Indiannapolis, Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1939. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1939
31 8
The Pup Called Cinderella. Working material
31 9
The Pup Called Cinderella. Dummy, paste-in text and illustrations
31 10
The Pup Called Cinderella. Book: First edition, 1939
31 11
Quito Express. Story and pictures by Ludwig Bemelmans. New York, Viking Press, 1938. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1938-1939
31 12
Quito Express. Original art
31 13
Quito Express. Book: 1938 edition
31 14
The Rooster Crows: A Book of American Rhymes and Jingles. By Maud and Miska Petersham. New York, Macmillan, 1945. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1945-1960
31 15
The Rooster Crows: A Book of American Rhymes and Jingles. Working materials
31 16
The Rooster Crows: A Book of American Rhymes and Jingles. Press sheets
31 17
The Rooster Crows: A Book of American Rhymes and Jingles. Book: 1945 edition
31 18
The Runaway Ducks. By Erma Paul Allen. New York, Garden City Publishing Company, 1938. Business memos, invoices, correspondnnce
1938-1940
31 19
The Runaway Ducks. Working material
31 20
The Runaway Ducks. Manuscript, includes art roughs
31 21
The Runaway Ducks. Book, 1938 edition
31 22
The Runaway Shuttle Train. By Muriel Fuller. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
31 23
Running Away with Nebby. By Phyllis Garrard. Illustrated by Willie Pogany. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1944. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1943-1945
31 24
Running Away with Nebby. Working material
31 25
Running Away with Nebby. Dummy, with paste in text and illustrations
31 26
Running Away with Nebby. Press sheets
31 27
Running Away with Nebby. Book: 1938 edition
32 1
Rusty: The Little Red Dachsund. Written by Dorothy K. L'Hommedieu. Illustrated by Marguerite Kirmse. Philadelphia, J.B. Lippencott Company. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1940-1954
32 2
Rusty: The Little Red Dachsund. Working materials
32 3
Rusty: The Little Red Dachsund. Dummy, paste-in test and illustrations
32 4
Rusty: The Little Red Dachsund. Press sheets
32 5
Rusty: The Little Red Dachsund. Book: 1940 edition
32 6
Rusty and Scampy. Written by Dorothy K. L'Hommedieu. Illustrated by Marguerite Kirmse. No publishing informations available. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1940-1943
32 7
The Sandman Who Lost His Sand. Story by Nancy Moore. Pictures by Edward Leight. New York, Vangaurd Press, 1958. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1957-1959
32 8
The Sandman Who Lost His Sand. Working materials
32 9
The Sandman Who Lost His Sand. Dummy, paste-in text and illustrations
32 10
The Sandman Who Lost His Sand. Press sheets
32 11
Scampy: The Black Cocker. Written by Dorothy K. L'Hommedieu. Illustrated by Marguerite Kirmse. Philadelphia, J.B. Lippencott Company,1939. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1939-1954
32 12
Scampy: The Black Cocker. Working material
32 13
Scampy: The Black Cocker. Dummy, with paste-in text and illustrations
32 14
Scampy: The Black Cocker. Press sheets
32 15
Scampy: The Black Cocker. Book, 1939 edition
32 16
Seven Diving Ducks. By Margaret Friskey. Pictures by Lucia Patton. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1940. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1939-1958
32 17
Seven Diving Ducks. Working material
32 18
Seven Diving Ducks. Dummy, paste in text and illustrations
32 19
Seven Diving Ducks. Press sheets
32 20
Seven Diving Ducks. Book: First edition, 1940
33 1
Sharp Ears: The Baby Whale. By John Y. Beaty. Illustrated by Helene Carter. Philadelphia, J.B. Lippencott Company, 1938. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1938-1970
33 2
Sharp Ears: The Baby Whale. Working materials
33 3
Sharp Ears: The Baby Whale. Original art
33 4
Sharp Ears: The Baby Whale. Dummy, paste-in text and illustrations
33 5
Sharp Ears: The Baby Whale. Books: 1938 edition, 3 copies. Different sizes
33 6
The Shire Colt. By Zhenya Gay and Jan Gay. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1931. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1931-1939
33 7
The Shire Colt. Original illustrations
33 8
The Shire Colt. Book: 1931 edition
33 9
The Silver Lava. Written and illustrated by Alida Sims Malkus. Philadelphia, John C. Winston Company, 1939. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1939-1943
33 10
The Silver Lava. Working material
33 11
The Silver Lava. Dummy, paste-in text and illustrations
33 12
The Silver Lava. Press sheets
33 13
The Silver Lava. Book, 1939 edition
33 14
Smoky and Pinocchio. Written and illustrated by Helene Carter. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippencott Company, 1940. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1940-1954
33 15
Smoky and Pinocchio. Working material
33 16
Smoky and Pinocchio. Dummy, paste-in text and illustrations
33 17
Smoky and Pinocchio. Press sheets
33 18
Smoky and Pinocchio. Book: 1940 edition
33 19
The Snow Queen. By Hans Christian-Anderson. Illustrations by George and Doris Hauman. New York, Macmillan, 1942. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1941-1960
33 20
The Snow Queen. Working material
33 21
The Snow Queen. Dummy, paste-in text and illustrations
33 22
The Snow Queen. Book: 1942, edition
33 23
Sonnets from the Portuguese. By Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Illustrated by Wily Pogany. New York, Thomas Y. Crowell Company, ca. 1945. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1945
34 1
Stories from the Old Testament: Joseph, Moses, Ruth, David. By Maud and Miska Petersham. Philadelphia, John C. Winston Company, 1938. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1938-1957
34 2
Stories from the Old Testament: Joseph, Moses, Ruth, David. Working material
34 3
Stories from the Old Testament: Joseph, Moses, Ruth, David. Press sheets
34 4
Stories from the Old Testament: Joseph, Moses, Ruth, David. Book: 1938 edition
34 5
Stories from the Old Testament: Joseph, Moses, Ruth, David. Press sheets. Books: 1938 edition
34 6
The Story About Ping. By Marjorie Flack and Kurt Wiese. New York, Viking Press, 1933. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1933-1951
34 7
The Story About Ping. Working materials
34 8
The Story About Ping. Dummies, hand drawn and colored illustrations
34 9
The Story About Ping. Manuscript
34 10
The Story About Ping. Books: 1933 edition; 1936 edition; 1939 edition
34 11
The Story Book Series. By Maud and Miska Petersham. Philadelphia, John C. Winston Company, 1933. This is the series of informational books on resources for daily living. Contains general material for the entire series. General correspondence, memos, and invoices
1933-1952
34 12
The Story Book Series. Proofs and overlays
34 13-14
The Story Book of Things We Use. By Maud and Miska Petersham. Philadelphia, John C. Winston Company, 1933. Business memos and correspondence
1930-1936
35 1
The Story Book of Things We Use. Business memos and correspondence
1937-1949
35 2
The Story Book of Things We Use. Working material and illustration proofs
35 3
The Story Book of Things We Use. Working material. Press guides and layout plans
35 4
The Story Book of Things We Use. Book: 1933 edition
35 5
The Story Book of Houses. By Maud and Miska Petersham. Philadelphia, John C. Winston Company. Dummy, paste-in text and illustration
35 6-7
The Story Book of Earth's Treasures. By Maud and Miska Petersham. Philadelphia, John C. Winston Company, 1935. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1934-51
35 8
The Story Book of Earth's Treasures. Working material
35 9
The Story Book of Earth's Treasures. Dummies, paste-in text and illustrations
35 10
Books: The Story Book of Oil, 1947. Two copies; The Story Book of Iron and Steel, 1935. Inscribed by the authors
35 11-13
The Story Books of Trains, Aircrafts, and Wheels. By Maud and Miska Petersham. Philadelphia, John C. Winston Company, 1935. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1935-1953
35 14
The Story Books of Trains, Aircrafts, and Wheels. Working material
35 15
The Story Books of Trains, Aircrafts, and Wheels. Illustrations overlays
35 16
Books: The Story Book of Aircrafts, 1935. The Story Book of Ships, 1935. The Story Book of Trains, 1935. The Story Book of Wheels, 1935
36 1-2
The Story Book of Food From the Field. By Maud and Miska Petersham. Philadelphia, John C. Winston Company, 1936. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1936-1953
36 3
The Story Book of Food From the Field. Working material
36 4
The Story Book of Food From the Field. Book: 1936 edition. The Story Book of Corn, 1936. The Story Book of Rice, 1936. The Story Book of Sugar, 1936. The Story Book of Wheat, 1936
36 5
The Story Book of Things We Wear. By Maud and Miska Petersham. Philadelphia, John C. Winston Company, 1939. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1938-1955
36 6
The Story Book of Things We Wear. Working material
36 7
The Story Book of Things We Wear. Dummies, paste-in text and illustrations
36 8
Books: The Story Book of Cotton, 1939, three copies. The Story Book of Silk, 1939, three copies. The Story Book of Wool, 1939, three copies. The Story Book of Rayon, 1939
36 9
The Story Book of Costumes. By Adelaide and Norman Louden. Philadelphia, John C. Winston Company, 1937. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1937
37 1
The Story of Gold. By Ruth Brindze. Illustrated by Robert Bruce. New York, Vangaurd Press, 1955. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1953-1961
37 2
The Story of Gold. Working material
37 3
The Story of Gold. Book: 1955 edition, two copies
37 4
The Story of Our Calendar. By Ruth Brindze. Illustrated by Helene Carter. New York, Vanguard Press, 1949. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1947-1963
37 5
The Story of Our Calendar. Working material
37 6
The Story of Our Calendar. Dummy. Books: 1949 edition, inscribed by Lillian Glaser; 1949 edition
37 7
The Story of the Kite. By Henry Edward Neal. Illustrated by John Moment. New York, Vanguard Press, 1954. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1952-1961
37 8
The Story of the Kite. Working materials
37 9
The Story of the Kite. Book: 1954 editions, two copies, one has pencil notations and marks
37 10
The Story of The Presidents. By Maud and Miska Petersham. New York, Macmillan, 1953. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1937-1962
37 11
The Story of The Presidents. Working material
37 12
The Story of The Presidents. Illustration overlays
37 13
The Story of The Presidents. Press sheets
37 14
The Story of The Presidents. Dummy. Book: 1953 edition
37 15
The Story of the Totem Pole. By Ruth Brindze. Illustrated by Yeffe Kimball. New York, Vangaurd Press, 1951. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1950-1957
37 16
The Story of the Totem Pole. Working material
37 17
The Story of the Totem Pole. Dummy. Press sheets. Book: 1951 edition
37 18
The Story of the Trade Winds. By Ruth Brindze. Illustrated by Hilda Simon. New York, Vangaurd Press, 1960. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1959-1960
38 1
The Story of the Trade Winds. Working material
38 2
The Story of the Trade Winds. Illustrations
38 3
The Story of the Trade Winds. Dummies. Book: 1960 edition
38 4
Susanna, the Pioneer Cow. By Miriam E. Mason. Illustrated by Maud and Miska Petersham. New York, Macmillan, 1941. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1941-1962
38 5
Susanna, the Pioneer Cow. Working material
38 6
Susanna, the Pioneer Cow. Manuscript
38 7
Susanna, the Pioneer Cow. Press sheets. Book: 1941 edition
38 8-9
A Tale of Two Glimps. By Ludwig Bemelmans. N.P., Columbia Broadcasting System, ca., 1946. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1946-1947
38 10
A Tale of Two Glimps. Working material
38 11
A Tale of Two Glimps. Dummy. Book
38 12
A Tale of Whoa. By Muriel and Sherman Cooke. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1939. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1939-1944
38 13
A Tale of Whoa. Working material
38 14
A Tale of Whoa. Dummy. Book: 1939 edition
39 1
Ted and Nina Go to the Grocery Store. By Marguerite D'Angeli. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1935. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1937-1957
39 2
Ted and Nina Go to the Grocery Store. Press sheets. Books: First edition 1935, two copies; Cadmus edition 1935, two copies
39 3
Ted and Nina Have a Happy Rainy Day. By Marguerite D'Angeli. Garden City, N.Y., Junior Books, Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1936. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1935-1960
39 4
Ted and Nina Have a Happy Rainy Day. Working material
39 5
Ted and Nina Have a Happy Rainy Day. Press sheets. Books: 1936 edition, two copies
39 6-8
Tell Me About God. By Mary Alice Jones. Illustrated by Pelagie Doane. Chicago, Rand McNally and Company, 1943. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1942-1953
39 9
Tell Me About God. Working material
39 10
Tell Me About God. Dummy, paste in-text and illustrations. Books: 1943 edition; 1943 edition, using thinner paper; 1944 edition; 1945 edition; 1946 edition, two copies; 1948 edition, three copies
40 1
Tell Me About Jesus. By Mary Alice Jones. Illustrated by Pelagie Doane. Chicago, Rand McNally and Company, 1943. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1942-1958
40 2
Tell Me About Jesus. Working material
40 3
Tell Me About Jesus. Dummy, paste in-text and illustrations. Books: 1944 edition, three copies; 1943 edition
40 4
Tell Me About the Bible. By Mary Alice Jones. Illustrated by Pelagie Doane. Chicago, Rand McNally and Company, 1945. Business memos, invoices, correspondence. Working material. Book: 1946 edition
1945
40 5
Ten Cars on a Road. By Marjorie Flack. May not have been published, no data available. Dummy. Manuscript. Original illustrations
40 6
The Three Policemen, or Young Bottesford of Farbe Island. Written and illustrated by William Pene Du Bois. New York, Viking Press, 1938. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1938-1957
40 7
The Three Policemen, or Young Bottesford of Farbe Island. Working material
40 8
The Three Policemen, or Young Bottesford of Farbe Island. Books: 1938 edition; 1938 Cadmus edition
40 9
Three Smart Squirrels and Squee. By Margaret Friskey. Pictures by Lucia Patton. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1942. Business memos, invoices, correspondence. Working material
1942-1946
40 10
Three Smart Squirrels and Squee. Original art
40 11
Three Smart Squirrels and Squee. Dummy, paste in-text and illustrations. Press sheets. Book: 1942 edition
41 1
Through the Eyes of the Jungle with Polly. By A. R. Fullerton. Probably never published, no data available. Correspondence. Manuscript
1940
41 2
Topsy. Written and illustrated by Marjorie Flack. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1935. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1935-1955
41 3
Topsy. Working material. Dummy, paste in-text and illustrations
41 4
Topsy. Press sheets. Books: First edition, 1935; 1942 edition
41 5
Trees of the Countryside. By Margaret McKenny. Lithographs by Alice Bird. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1942. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1941-1958
41 6
Trees of the Countryside. Page proofs. Press sheets. Book: 1942 edition
41 7
Trudi and Hansel: A Story of the Austrian Tyrol. By Averil Demuth. Illustrated by Nora Lavrin. Philadelphia, John C. Winston Company, 1938. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1937-1944
41 8
Trudi and Hansel: A Story of the Austrian Tyrol. Working material
41 9
Trudi and Hansel: A Story of the Austrian Tyrol. Books: 1938 edition, two copies
41 10
True Monkey Stories. By Frances Margaret Fox. Pictures by Tibor Gergely. Boston Lothrop, Lee and Shepard Company, 1941. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1940-1958
41 11
True Monkey Stories. Original material. Illustration proofs. Dummy, paste in-text and illustrations
41 12
True Monkey Stories. Press sheets. Book: 1941 edition
41 13
Twig. By Elizabeth Orton Jones. New York, Macmillan, 1942. Business memos, invoices, correspondence. Working material
1941-1959
41 14
Twig. Dummy, paste in-text and illustrations. Press sheets
41 15
Twig. Books: 1942 edition, two copies
42 1
Umi: The Hawaiian Boy Who Became a King. Written and illustrated by Robert Lee Eskridge. Philadelphia, John C. Winston Company, 1936. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1935-1956
42 2
Umi: The Hawaiian Boy Who Became a King. Working material
42 3
Umi: The Hawaiian Boy Who Became a King. Dummy, paste in-text and illustrations. Press sheets
42 4
Umi: The Hawaiian Boy Who Became a King. Books: 1936 edition; 1937 edition; 1936 Cadmus edition
42 5
Uncle Sam's Story Book: Adventures of Yesterday's Boys and Girls. Compiled by Wilhelmina Harper. Pictured by Grace Paull. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1944. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1943-1951
42 6
Uncle Sam's Story Book: Adventures of Yesterday's Boys and Girls. Working material
42 7
Uncle Sam's Story Book: Adventures of Yesterday's Boys and Girls. Dummy, paste in-text and illustrations. Press sheets. Books: First edition, 1944; Cadmus edition, 1944
43 1
The Unhappy Hippopotamus. Story by Nancy Moore. Pictures by Edward Leight. New York, Vanguard Press, 1957. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1956-1958
43 2
The Unhappy Hippopotamus. Working dummy. Book: 1957 edition
43 3
Wee Brigit O'Toole. By Ruth and Richard Holdberg. New York, Junior Books, Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1938. Business memos, invoices, correspondence. Working material
1938-1956
43 4
Wee Brigit O'Toole. Dummy. Press sheets. Book: 1938 edition
43 5
Wheel on the Chimney. By Margaret Wise Brown and Tibor Gergely. Philadelphia, J.B. Lippencott Company, 1953. Manuscript. Book: 1954 edition
43 6
Where Did Your Garden Grow? By Jannette May Lucas. Illustrated by Helene Carter. Philadelphia, J.B. Lippencott Company, 1939. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1939-1954
43 7
Where Did Your Garden Grow? Working material
43 8
Where Did Your Garden Grow? Press sheets
43 9
Where Did Your Garden Grow? Dummy, paste in-text and illustrations. Book: 1939 edition
43 10
The White Stag. Written and illustrated by Kate Seredy. New York Viking Press, 1937. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1937-1960
43 11
The White Stag. Working material
43 12
The White Stag. Cover design. Dummy, paste in-text and illustrations
43 13
The White Stag. Press sheets
43 14
The White Stag. Books: 1937 edition, three copies; 1947 edition
44 1
Willy Pogany's Drawing Lessons. By Willy Pogany. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1946. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1943-1945
44 2
Willy Pogany's Drawing Lessons. Books: 1936 edition; 1936 enlarged edition
44 3
Wind Island. By Hedwig Collin. New York, Viking Press, 1945. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1944-1946
44 4
Wind Island. Working material
44 5
Wind Island. Dummy, paste in-text and illustrations. Books: 1945 edition; 1956 edition
44 6
Wistful Willoughby. Author unidentified. Publishing date unavailable. Manuscript. Dummy
44 7
Zip, the Toy Mule. By Mabel G. LaRue. Illustrated by Maud and Miska Petersham. New York, Macmillan, 1932. Business memos, invoices, correspondence
1932-1952
44 8
Zip, the Toy Mule. Book: 1932 edition

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44 8
The Horn Book Magazine. Volumes XXIII-XXVI
44 9-10
Young Wings. The Junior Literary Guild, N.Y. Volumes 8-15

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45 1
A. Miscellaneous
45 2
Aldington, Richard
45 3
Alexander, K
45 4
Allen, Erma Paul
45 5
American Booksellers Association
45 6
Asseln, Roberta
45 8
B Miscellaneous
45 9
J.B. Back and Co
45 10
Bank of New Hyde Park
45 11
Beistle, Mary Alice and Aldarilla
45 12
Bell, Corydon
45 13
Belmelmans, Ludwig
45 14
Berry, Eick
45 15
Beverly, Sarah Ianthe Mills
45 16
Bird, Alice
45 17
Bird, Elisha Brown
45 18
Bobbs-Merrill Co
45 19
Bond, Joe
45 20
Book of the Month Club
45 21
Bookbinding and Book Production
45 22
Booksellers League of New York
45 23
Bourgeois, Florence
45 24
Bourges, Inc
45 25
Brett Lithographing Co
45 26
Bruce, Robert
45 27
Brush, J.C
45 28
Buff, Conrad
45 29
Buitoni Products, Inc
45 30
Byrd, Winifred
45 31
C miscellaneous
45 32
Callendar, Louisa
45 33
Candee, Williard
45 34
Carborundum Co
45 35
Carnie family, John, Norman, Roger
45 36
Carson, John and Frances
45 37
Carter, Helene
45 38
Clarke, Margaret
45 39
Collin, Hedvig
45 40
Colum, Padraic
45 41
Columbia Broadcasting Co
45 42
Columbia Lithographic Co. (lawsuit)
45 43
Cooke, Donald
45 44
Cooke, Sherman F
45 45
Country Life Press
45 45
Coward, Noel
45 46
Coward-McCann Inc
45 47
Crane, Donn P
45 48
Crocker, Burbank Inc
45 49
Crowell-Thomas, Y. Crowell Co
45 50
Currie, Marvin (Butler and Currie)
45 51
D miscellaneous
45 52
C.W. Danes-Danes, Dancker, Lane Inc
45 53
Daugherty, James
45 54
D'Aulaire, Ingri and Edgar Parin
45 55
D'Angeli, Marguerite
45 56
DeLeeuw, Hendrik
45 57
J. M. Dent Co
45 58
Dittman, Marion
45 59
Doane, Pelagie
45 60
Dodd, Mead and Co
46 1
Doubleday Inc
46 2
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46 3-4
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46 5
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46 6
Du Bois, William Pene
46 7
E miscellaneous
46 8
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46 9
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46 10
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46 11
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46 12
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46 13
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46 14
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46 15
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46 16
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46 17
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46 18
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46 19
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46 20
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46 21
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46 22
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46 23
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46 24
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46 25
Glaser family materials and will
46 26
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46 27
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46 28
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46 29
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46 30
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46 31
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46 32
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46 33
Harrap, H. C
46 34
Helmrich, Charles
46 35
Helmich, Harry J. and Pauline
46 36
Hempstead Storage Co
46 37
Henry, Marguerite and Sid
46 38
Hessian, John J
46 39
H. O. Houghton and Co
46 40
Howe, Lorna and Al
46 41
Howell, Frances and Elmer (E. W. Howell Co.)
46 42
Huxley, Aldous and Jillian
46 43
Intertype Corporation
46 44
J miscellaneous
46 45
Johnson, Leonora
46 46
Johnston, Edith F
46 47
Jones, Elizabeth Orton
46 48
K miscellaneous
46 49
Kent, Rockwell
46 50
Kipling, Rudyard and Carrie
46 51
Kirmse, Maguerite
47 1
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47 2
Knopf, Alfred A
47 3
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47 4
Robert O. Law Co
47 5
L'Hommedieu, Dorothy
47 6
Lippencott, J. B. Co
47 7
The Literary Guild
47 8
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47 9
Lauden, Adelaide and Norman
47 10
Lundean, Lewis
47 11
M miscellaneous
47 12
Macmillan and Co
47 13
Macmillan Co-Pocket Flower Books
47 14
Malkus, Alida
47 15-18
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47 19
McKenny, Margaret
47 20
Messimer and Buch
47 21
Moment, John
47 22
N miscellaneous
47 23
Nerney, Winifred
47 24
Neville, Vera
47 25
New Jersey State Museum (Greywacz)
47 26
Nordell, Julia
47 27
Nossing, Henry and Anna
47 28
O miscellaneous
47 29
P miscellaneous
47 30
Patee, Doris
47 31
Patton, Lucia
47 32-33
Paull, Grace
47 34-38
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47 39
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47 40
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48 1
Politi, Leo
48 2
Potter, Edna
48 3
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48 4
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48 5
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48 6
Rand McNally Company
48 7
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48 8
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48 9
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48 10
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48 11
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48 12
Salway, Cecil and Billie
48 13
Seredy, Kate
48 14
Dr. Seuss
48 15
Sewell, Helen
48 16
Shinn, Everett
48 17
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48 18
Simon, Hilda
48 19
Sisson, Celia Jane
48 20
Slocum, Rosalie
48 21
Smith, John F
48 22
Sperry, Armstrong and Margaret
48 23
Stong, Phil
48 24
T miscellaneous
48 25
Tarpine, Dorothy
48 26
Tousey, Sanford
48 27
Townsend, Reginald
48 28
U miscellaneous
48 29
H. P. Ulich and Company
48 30
V miscellaneous
48 31
Vanguard Press
48 32
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48 33
W miscellaneous
48 34
Wallower, Lucille
48 35
Ward, Lynd
48 36
Ward, Marion B
48 37
Warner, Martha
48 38
Weisegard, Leonard
48 39
Wells, H. G
48 40
White, Albert (Horace Waters & Company)
48 41
Wiese, Kurt
48 42-47
John C. Winston Company
48 48
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49 1-2
1. Nelson Doubleday, Inc.: Self-Covered Seton Booklets
1926
49 3
2. Doubleday, Page & Company: Conrad Booklets
1926
49 4-5
3. Nelson Doubleday, Inc: Seton Book Jackets. Christmas Cards
1926
49 6
4. Nelson Doubleday, Inc.: Self-covered Seton booklets reprint
1926
49 7
5. Richard Hudnut: Perfume Pats Folders
1926
49 8
6. Nelson Doubleday, Inc.: Folding Circulars, University Library
1927
49 9
7. Doubleday, Page & Company: "Corson of the JC" Window Strips
1927
49 10
8. Grolier Society, Ltd.: Metal Transfers of Seton Booklet
1927
49 11
9. Richard Hudnut: "Three Flowers" Perfume Pat Folders
1927
49 12
10. Nelson Doubleday, Inc: Folding University Library Circulars
1927
49 13
11. Richard Hudnut: Reprint Perfume Pats Folders
1927
49 14
12. Nelson Doubleday, Inc.: University Library Self-Covered Booklets
1927
49 15
13. Richard Hudnut: Perfume Bottle Wraps
1927
49 16
14. Frank G. Shattuck Company: Candy Price List Booklets
1927
49 17
15. Nelson Doubleday, Inc.: Bird Book Folders
1927
49 18
16. Nelson Doubleday, Inc.: Seton Circulars
1927
49 19
17. Nelson Doubleday, Inc.: Book display cutouts
1927
49 20
18. Nelson Doubleday, Inc.: Conrad circulars
1927
49 21
19. Nelson Doubleday, Inc.: The Master Library Circular, artwork
1927
49 22
20. Nelson Doubleday, Inc.: Self-Covered Kipling booklets
1927
49 23
21. Nelson Doubleday, Inc.: Book Shop Tansparencies
1927
49 24
22. William R. Warner & Company: Giatonic folders
1927
49 25
23. Nelson Doubleday, Inc.: Conrad Circulars
1927
49 26
24. Richard Hudnut: "Three Flowers" compact show cards
1927
49 27
25. Nelson Doubleday, Inc.: Reprint Conrad circulars
1927
49 28
26. Nelson Doubleday, Inc.: Copy for Little Nature Library booklet
1927
49 29
27. Doubleday, Page & Company: Personality magazine inserts
1927
49 30
28. Nelson Doubleday, Inc.: Dummies for Conrad and Kipling booklets
1927
49 31
29. William R. Warner & Company: Alka-Zane Acidosis folders
1928
49 32
30. Doubleday, Page & Company: Beauty and the Beast book jackets
1928
49 33
31. Charles H. Phillips Chemical Company: Phospho-Muriste of Quinine folders
1928
49 34
32. Nelson Doubleday, Inc.: Folding Conrad folders
1928
49 35
33. Nelson Doubleday, Inc.: Reprints of self-covered Seton booklets
1928
49 36
34. McAinsh and Company, Ltd.: Kipling booklet electros
1928
49 37
35. Athenia Manufacturing Company: Komplex inserts
1928
49 38
36. Doubleday, Page & Company: Reprints of Beauty and the Beast book jackets
1928
49 39
37. William R. Warner and Company: Guiatonic folders
1928
49 40
38. Horace Waters and Company: Cover, Waters Piano booklet
1928
49 41
39. Richard Hudnut: Perfume bottle inserts
1928
49 42
40. William R. Warner Company: Alka-Zane folders
1928
49 43
41. Athenia Manufacturing Company: Walker engraving
1928
49 44
42. Doubleday, Doran and Company: Etchings
1928
49 45
43. The Outlook Company: Etchings
1928
49 46
44. Country Life Press: Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Doubleday, 300 Christmas cards
1928
49 47
45. William R. Warner Company: Proof plates of Acidosis
1928
49 48
46. Doubleday, Doran & Company: Kipling circulars
1928
49 49
47. McKesson and Robbins, Inc.: "Lucrecia Vanderbilt" package slips
1928
49 50
48. Nelson Doubleday, Inc.: Self-covered National Garden Association booklets
1928
49 51
49. Nelson Doubleday, Inc.: Self-covered Conrad booklets
1928
49 52
50. Doubleday, Doran & Company: Etchings
1928
49 53
51. National Dairy Products Company: Self-covered Hydrox booklets
1928
49 54
52. Nelson Doubleday, Inc.: Wallace circulars
1928
49 55
53. Doubleday, Doran & Company: Self-covered Hugo booklets
1928
49 56
54. Doubleday, Doran & Company: Book display cutouts
1929
49 57
55. Doubleday, Doran & Company: Etchings (56 missing)
1929
49 58
57. Doubleday, Doran & Company: Reprints for Kipling circulars
1929
49 59
58. Doubleday, Doran & Company: Reprints for Garden booklets
1929
49 60
59. William R. Warner Company: Panel display sets
1929
50 1
60. A. L. Burt and Company: Reprints for Beauty and the Beast book cover
1929
50 2
61. Doubleday, Doran & Company: Book display cutouts
1929
50 3
62. The United States Daily: Booklets
1929
50 4
63. Doubleday, Doran & Company: H. G. Wells circulars
1929
50 5
64. Charles C. Auchincloss: C. C. Auchincloss bookplate
1929
50 6
65. Doubleday, Doran & Company: Composition D. D. and Company Stock-selling booklet
1929
50 7
66. J. J. Hessian: Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Doubleday Christmas Cards
1929
50 8
67. The Outlook Company: H. G. Wells circulars
1929
50 9
68. Richard Hudnut: Displays and showcards
1930
50 10
69. The United States Daily: booklet reprints
1930
50 11
71. (70 missing). Doubleday, Doran & Company: Dollar book displays
1930
50 12
72. Doubleday, Doran & Company: Window display sets
1930
50 13
73. William R. Warner Company: Medical folders
1930
50 14
74. John J. Hessian: Mr. and Mrs. Doubleday's Christmas cards
1930
50 15
75. William R. Warner Company: Sloan's Liniment counter stands
1930
50 16
77. (76 missing) Doubleday, Doran & Company: Five-piece display sets
1930
50 17
78. Doubleday, Doran & Company: Show cards
1930
50 18
79. Doubleday, Doran & Company: Kipling facsimile inserts
1930
50 19
80. Doubleday, Doran & Company: 5,000 Doubleday, Doran Christmas cards
1930
50 20
82. (81 missing) Garden City Publishing Company: 4,000 Garden City Publishing Company Christmas card and envelopes
1930
50 21
84. (83 missing) Richard Hudnut: Gerney artwork for Face Powder
1931
50 22
85. William R. Warner Company: A-29 proof plates
1931
50 23
87. (86 missing) Richard Hudnut: Revising A-33 displays
1931
50 24
91. (88-90 missing) Schering & Glatz, Inc.: Folders
1931
50 25
92. Duffield & Green, Inc.: Inserts, linings and jackets for The Black Mass
1931
50 26
94. (93 missing) John J. Hessian: Mrs. Doubleday, 275 Christmas cards
1931
50 27
95. Thomas Nelson and Sons: Pocket guides and cover booklets
1931
50 28
96. Thomas Nelson and Sons: Self-cover encyclopedia booklets
1931
50 29
97. Nelson Doubleday: 300 Nelson Doubleday Christmas cards
1931
50 30
100. (98-99 missing) Grosset and Dunlap: Mother Goose inserts
1931
50 31
102. (101 missing) Doubleday, Doran & Company: Harvey Firestone books
1931
50 32
106. (103-105) Schering and Glatz, Inc.: Peralga folders
1932
50 33
107. Doubleday, Doran, Inc.: Garden Library Book
1932
50 34
109. (108 missing) Schering and Glatz, Inc.: AN-11 folders
1932
50 35
110. Nelson Doubleday: 500 Nelson Doubleday Christmas cards
1932
50 36
112. (111 missing) William R. Warner and Company: Agarol folders
1933
50 37
116. (113-115 missing) John J. Hessian, Esq.: Dummy inserts
1933
50 38
117. Horace Waters and Company: Engrossed resolution
1933
50 39
128. (118-127 missing) Nelson Doubleday: 400 Nelson Doubleday Christmas folders
1933
50 40
143. (129-142 missing) Country Life- American Home Corporation: Country Life inserts
1934
50 41
Garden City Publishing Co.: Booklets
50 42
John J. Hessian: Die stamped place cards
50 43-44
John J. Hessian: Stationary
50 45
John J. Hessian: Special Account
50 46
Margaret Lesser: Christmas folders
50 47
Customer list

Billing Files and recordsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
51 1
D miscellaneous: Accounts Payable
1935-1947
51 2
Delsemme's Artists' Materials Co
1941-1947
51 3
DePinna
51 4
Danes, Dancker, Sellew, Inc
1936-1945
51 5
H. Davidson & Co
1946-1947
51 6
Dodd Mead & Co. Accounts receivable
1946
51 7
Doubleday & Co. Accounts receivable
1935-1947
51 8
Doubleday, Doran & Co., Inc
1936-1940
51 9
E miscellaneous: Accounts payable
1935-1947
51 10
Eastman Kodak Stores, Inc
1947
51 11
Empire Linotypes, Inc
1944
51 12
F miscellaneous: Accounts payable
1935-1947
51 13
George P. Flint
1942-1947
51 14
The Fuchs and Lang MFG. Co
1942-1946
51 15
G miscellaneous: Accounts payable
1935-1947
51 16
Ganer Linotype Craftsmen
1947
51 17-18
Gimble Bros
1940-1943
51 19
Goldsmith Brothers: Accounts payable
51 20
The Macmillan Co. Accounts receivable
1935-1947
51 21
McCreery & Co
1936-1946
51 22
M miscellaneous: Accounts payable
1935-1944
51 23
Alfred E. Metzger
1944
51 24
Harold J. McGill Co
51 25
James McCutcheon & Co
51 26
N miscellaneous: Accounts payable
1935-1944
51 27
Nassau Blvd. News Service
51 28-29
Nassau & Suffolk Lighting Co
1936, 1940-1944
51 30-33
New York Telephone Co
1935-47
51 34
Neff Lithographing Co
1944
51 35
Ozalid Devision, General Analine and Film Corporation
51 36
Unmarked folder, miscellaneous accounts
51 37
O miscellaneous: Accounts payable
1935-1944
51 38
Personal cash vouchers
52 1
Scrapbook
Book covers for: A Gypsy Strain from Romany Hills; Beauty and the Beast by Kathleen Norris; Acidosis, as a complication in Winter diseases; Giatonic pamphlet; Alka-zane pamphlet, "the acid-base balance and its clinical inperpretation"; Giatoni pamphlet, "When the Season turns"; The Schrafft's Stores Home-Made Candies and Chocolates Price List; Komplex "Retains that Youthful Complexion; "During Convalescence" Quinine pamphlet; Three Flowers Perfume Pats; Narcisse Perfume Pats; Deauville Perfume Pats; Du Barry Perfume Pats; Richard Hudnut Exquisite Perfumes, Toilet Waters, Powders, Talcums, Creams, Compacts, Lipsticks, Bathsalts; "Tranquility" Phanordorn (brand of Cyclobarbital) pamphlet; One Week's Reading coverlet; Joseph Conrad's 10 Greatest Books offer; "The Log of the Master Woodsman" Seaton booklet; "The Gift Question Answered!"; "Autumn Outings on the Hudson"; Phanodorn, The Hypnotic for Daily Practice; Joseph Conrad book offer; "The Lure of the Great Outdoors" Seton book offer; "A little book about RCA Radiolas, Radiotrons & Loudspeakers"; "Throbs" Kipling book set offer; Horace Waters Pianos advertisement and price list; Central Union Trust Company of New York Christmas card; Welte-Mignon Christmas card; Peter Stryker Party invitation; "Francis Bacon, The Piano with a History" pamphlet; "How Ignorance Almost Ruined Their One Big Chance" University Library pamphlet.
52 2-7
Account books
52 8
Address card file
52 9
Address book pages
53 1
Address book pages, continued
53 2
Miscellaneous personal materials
53 3
Personal Accounts
53 4-7
Account books
53 8
Book printing records; numbers and lists. Loose material

MiscellanyReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
54 1
Auchingcloss bookplates
54 2
Bookbinding material
54 3
Book buiness, general information, invoices
54 4
Cloth illustrations for books by Eleska
54 5
Daffodil series illustrations
54 6
Daughters of the American Revolution. LGG's application
54 7
Glaser business stationary
54 8
Glaser printed Christmas cards
54 9
Glass accounts
54 10
Hairnet envelopes, printed by Glasers
54 11
Hudnut material
54 12
Labels, cartoons, etc
54 13
Lithography and printing material
54 14
Macmillan Company Christmas Catalogue covers
54 15
Maps
54 16
Mazzocco, Billy. Poems
54 17
Metal information with wartime requests for scrap metal
54 18
Nature and garden material
54 19
New York Public Library
54 20
Paper samples and materials
54 21
Petersham Christmas greeting card materials
54 22
Picture script books (Columbia University project)
54 23
Poems, rhymes, writing miscellany
54 24
Press layouts
54 25-6
Typesetting
54 27
Unidentified drawings and sketches
54 28
War forms from the Office of Production Management
54 29-30
Woman's National Book Association, The Bookwoman newsletter
55 1
Illustration proofs: A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Chicago, John C. Winston, 1938. Illustrations by Everett Shinn
55 2
Illustration proofs: Trees of the Countryside by Margaret McKenny. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1942. Illustrations by Alice Bird

Oversized ArtReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
solander-case Folder
1 1
An American ABC. Illustration proof sheets, some in full color
1 2
Bible Children: Stories from the Bible. Press sheets, Protestant and Catholic editions of the book
1 3
Billy in Search of a Tail. Original illustrations
1 4
Balloon Book. Illustration negatives, layovers and proofs
1 5
A Bird in Hand. Jacket proof. Original illustrations. Pen and pencil on illustrations
1 6
A Book of Garden Flowers. Illustration proof sheets, uncut. Full color
1 7
A Book of Wayside Fruits. Illustration proof sheets, uncut
1 8
Boat Children of Canton. Illustration proof sheets
1 9-10
Edith Johnston illustrations.
1 11
Breakfast with Clowns. Press sheets, uncut, with dust jacket
2 1
A Christmas Carol. Book
2 2
A Christmas Carol. Illustrations by Everett Shinn
2 3
Cinderella. Original art, ink
2 4
Dawn Boy of the Pueblos. Ink on illustration board with color overlays (crayon on tracing paper)
2 5
Corporal Crow. Illustration proof sheets, uncut, single color
2 6
The Circus Baby. Press sheets, uncut, with dust jacket
2 7
Daniel Boone and miscellaneous Daugherty illustrations. Illustration proof sheets, uncut
3 1
Exploring the World of Social Insects. Illustration proof sheets, uncut
3 2
The Flying Locomotive. Illustrations negative
3 3
The Four and Lena. Illustration proof sheets, uncut
3 4
George Washington. Proof sheets, uncut
3 5
Good Medicine. Double page proofs
3 6
The Great Geppy. Illustration proof sheets, uncut
4 1
How do you get there? Working dummy, unfolded
4 2
Humphrey. Illustration proof sheets, uncut
4 3
Indian Havest. Original art
4 4
Jesus' Story. Illustration proof sheets, uncut
5 1
Lazy Liza Lizard. Original art on small pieces of transparent paper
5 2
A Lion for Patsy. Original art
5 3
Little Child. Original art and color separations
5 4
Little Eagle. Illustration proof sheets in color
5 5
Little Faces from Far Places. Illustration proof sheets in color
5 6
Little Ones. Illustration proof sheets
6 1
The Rooster Crows. Illustration proof sheets, some in color, some in blue tone
6 2
The Sandman Who Lost His Sand. Illustration proof sheets, galleys and text proofs, publicity circulars, title page paste ups, jacket and cover dummies
6 3
The Shire Colt. Illustration proof sheets
6 4
Stories from the Old Testament. Dust jacket proofs. Press sheets, cut. Illustration proof sheets, end-sheet designs, dummy, paste in text and illustrations
6 5
Ruth. Illustration proof sheets, galleys and text proofs, publicity circulars, title page paste ups, jacket and cover dummies
6 6
The Story about Ping. Illustration proof sheets, color
6 7
The Story of Gold. Illustration proof sheets, color
6 8
The Story of the Trade Winds. Illustration proof sheets, including jacket design proofs
7 1
Tell Me About God. Original art. Brown drawings of color pictures, and black only pictures on illustrations board. Illustration proof sheets
7 2
Tell Me About Jesus. Original art. Ink and grey wash on illustration board. Watercolor on heavy illustration board
7 3
Ten Cars on a Road. Original illustration, color pencil on cardboard
7 4
Trudi and Hansel. Original art. Color illustrations, pastels on illustration board
8 1
Uncle Sam's Story Book. Original art. Pencil and wash on illustration board
8 2
Wee Brigit O'Toole. Original art
8 3
Book plate for Joseph Conrad
8 4
Where Does Your Garden Grow? Illustration proof sheets
9 1
Petersham Christmas card material. Original art
9 2
Color samples
9 3
Magazine covers "True Story"
9 4
Gold Seal Rug Co.
9 5
Pennsylvania Railroad prints>
10 1
Travel Calendars, prints
11 1
Original artwork, miscellaneous illustrators
11 2
Art prints
11 3
Photographs
11 4
Maps
11 5
Greeting cards
11 6
Marguerite D'Angeli
11 7
Ten Tales, illustrations by Willy Pogany