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(Stead's Publishing House, 1911)
Strange things happen when one delves into publishing history. This is a pamphlet of at least 62 pages, followed by four pages of advertisements. I could not find a match with any of the Books for Bairns volumes of Aesop's ...
(The Palmer Company, 1911)
This book occurs at a fascinating point in publishing history. Stead's name in England is connected with Books for the Bairns. What I have seen of this series indicates that it follows a format of dividing every printed ...
(The Century Co., 1911)
A wonderful find! A nice title page illustration starts the book, and pleasant soft green borders remain throughout. There are 200 fables, indexed alphabetically at the front. The best illustrations include MM (15), AD ...
Aesops Fables (Inside title: The Fables of Aesop)
(The Bour Company, 1911)
At last I have a good copy of this pamphlet. The upper right corner of the cover is cropped, but otherwise it is in reasonable condition for its age. This is a ten-page pamphlet, 4½ x 6, with The Cunning Fox on the cover ...