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The Fables of Aesop
(The Book League of America, 1929)
This book duplicates and recognizes MacMillan's printings -- some fourteen of them -- between 1894 and 1929. It lacks the typical frontispiece of FS. The cover is red cloth with a simple printer's design on the front. ...
Listen to Mr. Aesop
(J.C. Funk, 1924)
This pamphlet is fascinating not only as a period piece that advertises the Oakland automobile and uses phone numbers that are anywhere between two and five digits long. It also is fascinating for the way it matches an ...
The Fables of Aesop, Selected, Told Anew and Their History Traced
(Albert Whitman & Co., 1920)
By my best count, this is the seventeenth version I have of Heighway and Jacobs' work. This is a simple and smaller book than many (4½ x 6¾). It acknowledges neither Jacobs nor Heighway, but it does have J.J. as the ...