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Early American children's books, by A.S.W. Rosenbach, with bibliographical descriptions of the books in his private collection; foreword by A. Edward Newton.

Main Author: Rosenbach, A. S. W. 1876-1952.
Related Names: Newton, A. Edward 1864-1940.
Language(s): English
Published: Portland, Me., The Southworth Press, 1933.
Subjects: American literature > First editions.
Rare books.
American literature > First editions > Bibliography.
Children's literature, American > Bibliography > Catalogs.
Note: Arranged chronologically, 1682-1836, with author and title and printers and publishers indexes.
The copy, bound in full pig skin, is one of the Zerkall Halle paper edition, with which was distributed a copy of "The tragi-comic history of the burial of Cock Robin", Philadelphia, B. Warner, 1821. Issued in slip case.
"Five hundred and eighty-five copies on Worthy Aurelian paper, numbered from 1 to 585 and eighty-eight copies on Zerkall Halle paper, numbered from I to LXXXVIII. This is ... copyright copy. [Signed] A.S.W. Rosenbach."
Physical Description: lix, 354 p., 2 . illus., plates (23 col.) facsims. (1 col.) 27 cm.
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