Ella and her little brother.
|Related Names:||Whitney, Elias James b. 1827.|
New York (200 Mulberry-Street) : Sunday-School Union, [between 1856 and 1858]
Brother and sisters
Brother and sisters /
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Includes 3 woodcuts.
First sentence: "Ella Ray was a very happy little girl when she was taken into her mamma's room by her aunt, one day, and saw there a dear little baby."
Woodcut on p.  signed Whitney [i.e., Elias James Whitney].
Carlton & Porter published titles for the Sunday School Union of the Methodist Episcopal Church at 200 Mulberry St. between 1856 and 1858; cf. 19th Century American Children's Book Trade Directory WWW site.
Publisher's advertisement on p.  of wrapper; gives printer's name and full name of the Sunday-School Union.
16 p. :
11 x 8 cm.
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