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The first book of Eve / Drawn by Fish [pseud.] ; Written and designed by Fowl [pseud.] ; Reproduced from and with the kind permission of "The Tatler."

Main Author: Fish, Anne Harriet.
Related Names: Fowl 1877-
Language(s): English
Published: New York : Brentano's, 1916.
Subjects: English wit and humor, Pictorial.
Caricatures and cartoons > England.
Cartoons > England > London > 20th century.
Advertisements > England > London > 20th century.
Cartoons > England > London > 20th century.
Advertisements > England > London > 20th century.
Note: Advertisements for "The Tatler" on front and back paste-downs.
Issued in illustrated printed and colored paper over boards.
"Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode, Ltd, His Majesty's Printers, East Harding Street, London."--P. [1] at end.
E.H. initials for Edward Huskinson; A.H.F. initials for Anne Harriet Fish--NUC.
Initials under t.p. illustration of a chicken: E H; under illustration of fish: A H F.
Cover-title: The Eve book.
Cartoons with captions.
Physical Description: 63, [1] p. : chiefly ill. ; 29 cm.
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