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History of an apple pie.

Title
History of an apple pie.
Publication
New York : McLoughlin Bros., [not before 1867?]

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*KH 1867 History 12-525Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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Description
[8] p. : col. ill.; 12 cm.
Series Statement
Young America series
Uniform Title
Young America series.
Subjects
Genre/Form
Juvenile literature – New York (State) – New York – 1867.
Note
  • In verse.
  • Title, imprint, and series statements from printed wrapper. Series statement transposed from head of title.
  • Printed throughout in red and black ink.
  • Publisher's advertisement lists paper dolls including "Eva St. Clair & Topsey," characters from Uncle Tom's cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe. These dolls were mentioned as "new" in List of toy books manufactured for Wm. H. Hill, Jr. & Co., by McLoughlin Bros., 1867.
  • "Electrotyped by Vincent Dill."--publisher's advertisement, p. [4] of wrapper. An earlier issue gives his address at 24 Beekman St. With some damage to the second "L" in Dill, the layout indicates that the address was subsequently removed from the plate.
Provenance (note)
  • "Guy Beardsley" stamped in black ink on the inside of the upper wrapper.
Binding (note)
  • Bound in color printed pictorial wrappers, printed in red and black.
Call Number
*KH 1867 History 12-525
OCLC
191235563
Title
History of an apple pie.
Imprint
New York : McLoughlin Bros., [not before 1867?]
Series
Young America series
Young America series.
Summary
Illustrated abecediary, .
Binding
Bound in color printed pictorial wrappers, printed in red and black. NN
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Added Author
Dill, Vincent, electrotyper.
McLoughlin Bros., inc., publisher.
Children's Room Collection.
Research Call Number
*KH 1867 History 12-525
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