Catalog Record: Robinson Crusoe | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Robinson Crusoe.

Main Author: Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.
Language(s): English
Published: New-York : McLoughlin Bros., [Between 1870 and 1885]
Subjects: Voyages and travels > Juvenile fiction.
Children's stories.
Voyages, Imaginary > Juvenile fiction.
Crusoe, Robinson (Fictitious character) > Juvenile fiction.
Printing in multiple colors in separate passes (Printing) > New York (N.Y.) > 19th printing.
Publishers' advertisements > New York (State) > New York > 19th century.
Juvenile literature > United States > 19th century.
Note: Publisher's advertisement, headed New picture books for little children, includes: Big picture series [elsewhere called Aunt Louisa's big picture series] (42 titles); Little folks' series (12 titles); Uncle Ned's picture books (8 titles); Gilt cover picture books (4 titles); "New paper dolls" (12 dolls).
Issued in yellow chromolith pictorial wrappers; series title, title and imprint on front cover: cover ill. repeated inside, on p. [2], colored differently; publisher's advertisement on back cover.
Dated based upon items included in publisher's advertisement known to have been published between 1870 and 1885.
At head of title: Aunt Kate's series.
Cover title.
Physical Description: 13, [2] p. : [8] col. ill. (chromoliths.) ; 26 cm.
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