Catalog Record: Dotty Dimple out West | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Dotty Dimple out West / by Sophia May ...

Main Author: May, Sophie, 1833-1906.
Related Names: Varley, Robert. , Sayer, Reimunt. , Nast, Thomas 1840-1902., Kilburn, Samuel Smith.
Language(s): English
Published: Boston : Lee and Shepard, 1869, c1868
Subjects: Railroad travel > United States > Juvenile fiction.
Children > Conduct of life.
Indiana > Description and travel > Juvenile fiction.
Juvenile literature > 1869
Note: Publisher's advertisement: [4] pages following text.
Illustrations by Varley after Th. Nast.
Includes table of contents; series list.
Frontispiece has guardsheet.
Title on added t.p.: Dotty out West.
Added, engraved title-page; by Kilburn after R. Sayer.
Series statement at head of title.
Physical Description: 171, [5] p., [3] leaves of plates : ill. (wood-engravings) ; 16 cm.
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