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Fri Mar 21 17:12:32 2014 UTClccn-n840174120.00Dalziels' Bible gallery : illustrations from the Old Testament from original drawings by Sir Frederick Leighton ... [et al.] /0.451.00London, to Philip D. Sherman, Oberlin, Ohio39650464n 840174121104271Brothers Dalziel, 1817-1905Dalziel, 1817-1905Dalziel Bros., 1817-1905Dalziel, E. 1817-1905Dalziel, E.G., 1817-1905Dalziel, Edwarde G., 1817-1905Edward Dalziellccn-n84017411Dalziel, George1815-1902egrillprtlccn-n79067866Gilbert, John1817-1897illlccn-n79058883Tenniel, John1820-1914illlccn-n85387556Dulcken, H. W.(Henry William)1832-1894trledtlccn-n85368782Foster, Myles Birket1825-1899illlccn-n79056546Carroll, Lewis1832-1898lccn-n79056429Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth1807-1882lccn-n88132279Elliott, J. W.(James William)1833-1915lccn-n79071133Doyle, Richard1824-1883illlccn-n79022941Andersen, H. C.(Hans Christian)1805-1875Dalziel, Edward1817-1905FictionJuvenile worksCriticism, interpretation, etcFantasy fictionBibliographyHistoryAdventure storiesPoetryFantasy fiction, EnglishPortraitsAlice (Fictitious character : Carroll)FantasyFantasy fictionFantasy fiction, EnglishChristian pilgrims and pilgrimagesCastawaysCrusoe, Robinson (Fictitious character)Shipwreck survivalIslandsAdventure stories, EnglishShipwrecksAnimalsAlice's adventures in Wonderland (Carroll, Lewis)Through the looking-glass (Carroll, Lewis)Carroll, Lewis,Fantasy literature, EnglishChristian lifeChildren's stories, EnglishAdventure storiesDreamsImaginary placesChildren's storiesChristmas storiesCroquetBunyan, John,Fairy talesPlaying cardsEnglish fictionWit and humor, JuvenileConduct of lifeCuriosityChristmas stories, EnglishImaginationPilgrim's progress (Bunyan, John)Great BritainAnimals, MythicalChessIllusion (Philosophy)Children--Conduct of lifeDecision makingChildren's literatureQueensEnglandAdventure and adventurersCourts and courtiersPuritan movementsNursery rhymes, EnglishChildren's literature, EnglishChildren--Books and readingCourts18171905183018431845184618471848184918501851185218531854185518561857185818591860186118621863186418651866186718681869187018711872187318741875187618771878187918801881188218831884188518861887188818891890189118921893189418951896189819001901190219031904190619091910191519171920192219301937195019561963196419651966196819691971197519771978197919801981198219841987198819911992199920072008201020114685412817[FIC]PZ7.D684ocn003381024ocn012349336ocn051223911ocn018552000ocn046421417ocn025285906ocn027022435ocn022416711ocn028229592ocn023763032ocn004425766ocn006811389ocn001711193ocn007982010ocn007026284ocn008504690ocn032403241ocn005427059ocn003224656ocn807000663ocn024018362ocn681176477ocn022874969ocn025695483ocn025812039ocn057119742ocn026319586ocn841579535ocn76267144732713ocn000758048book18650.08Carroll, LewisThe annotated Alice : Alice's adventures in Wonderland & Through the looking glassHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksBiographyBibliographyComic books, strips, etcConcordancesGlossaries, vocabularies, etcFictionDictionariesPoetryIllustrationsPictorial worksAdventure storiesFantasy comic books, strips, etcFantasy fictionGraphic novelsHigh interest-low vocabulary booksToy and movable booksGamesYoung adult worksArtists' booksFantasy fiction, EnglishA little girl falls down a rabbit hole and discovers a strange world inhabited by all sorts of unusual characters22412ocn000941756book19010.66Dalziel, GeorgeThe brothers Dalziel : a record of fifty years' work in conjunction with many of the most distinguished artists of the period, 1840-1890Records and correspondence1467ocn795891137com18560.76Longfellow, Henry WadsworthThe poetical works of Henry Wadsworth LongfellowCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyPoetryPortraitsIncludes magazine pictures pasted in; loose magazine pictures and Christmas card from Nellie Anderson1003ocn002551848score19090.08Elliott, J. WMother Goose's nursery rhymes and nursery songsMusical settingsMusic9616ocn015580154book18300.59Bunyan, JohnThe pilgrim's progress from this world to that which is to comeHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyBibliographyFictionPortraitsChristian fictionIs a Christian allegory about a Christian who must find his way fron the City of Destruction to the Celestial City864ocn005417055book19780.47Dalziel, GeorgeThe brothers Dalziel : a record of work, 1840-1890Biography865ocn005315710book18600.79Tennyson, Alfred TennysonThe princess : a medleyPoetryDrama8411ocn032149002book19560.18Dickens, CharlesChristmas storiesJuvenile worksFictionChristmas storiesShort storiesStories written for the Christmas season+-+1260907465324825ocn008568129book18720.15Rossetti, Christina GeorginaSing-song; a nursery rhyme bookJuvenile worksPoetryA collection of poems and rhymes about childhood activities, flowers, animals, and seasons816ocn003212521book18740.94Bierce, AmbroseCobwebs from an empty skull739ocn003381024book18670.21Griset, Ernest HenryGriset's grotesques, or, Jokes drawn on wood709ocn029689289book18510.07Doyle, RichardThe story of Jack and the giantsJuvenile worksFolkloreFiction689ocn004425766book18640.50Dalziel's Illustrated Arabian nights' entertainmentsJuvenile worksFiction657ocn009510679score18700.21Elliott, J. WNursery rhymes and nursery songsMusical settings636ocn000908954book18660.92A Round of days described in original poems623ocn008828230book18590.88Montgomery, JamesPoems of James Montgomery6012ocn027022435book18650.22Defoe, DanielThe life and strange surprizing adventures of Robinson Crusoe of York, mariner who lived eight and twenty years, all alone in an un-inhabited island on the coast of America, near the mouth of the great river of Oroonoque, having been cast on shore by shipwreck, wherein all the men perished but himself with an account how he was at last as strangely deliver'd by pyrates, written by himselfJuvenile worksFictionPoetryPortraitsRobinsonadesVoyages, ImaginaryAdventure storiesAdventure stories, EnglishThe diary of an Englishman shipwrecked for almost thirty years on a small isolated island where, using wit and industry, he manages to build life anew593ocn010480486book18580.79Krummacher, Frederic AdolphusThe parables of Frederic Adolphus Krummacher588ocn010792451book18580.07Hey, WilhelmPicture fablesJuvenile worksPoetryA collection of rhymes with matching pictures578ocn050476853book18620.88Taylor, TomBirket Foster's pictures of English landscapeArtPictorial works281ocn015525112book19880.88Tenniel, JohnSir John Tenniel's illustrations to Lewis Carroll's Alice's adventures in Wonderland & Through the looking-glass : ninety-one prints from the original wood blocks engraved by the Brothers Dalziel from drawings by Sir John Tenniel & one print from an electrotypeCriticism, interpretation, etcIllustrations31ocn051407588book19020.96Millais, John EverettTwenty India paper proofs of the drawings by Sir John Everett Millais, bart. ... to The parables of our Lord, engraved on wood by the Brothers Dalziel : with which is given a collection of 20 autographs letters (in facsimile) from Millais to the Dalziels during the progress of the work32ocn221499265book18740.81Picture posies21ocn221498409book0.47The Spirit of praise : a collection of hymns old and new11ocn122544258mix1.00Dalziel, John SandersonDenver, Colo., to Philip D. Sherman[1] 1931, March 26, to Pawtucket, R.I. [4 p. with two notes, one signed].--Discusses his 7 year apprenticeship with the Brothers Dalziel, i.e., John, Edward and George. [2] 1931, April 8, to Pawtucket, R.I. [2 l. with envelope].--He will sell to Mr. Sherman for his college, a folio of Birket Foster's with engravings by William Harvey. He discusses his family history. [3] 1931, April 28 [3 p. with card, and signed leaf with coat of arms, thumb prints and engraving].--Mentions his descendants, sends him some proofs of his engravings, and offers him "a set of my work" if he buys English Landscapes by Birket Foster. [4] 1931, June 18, to Oberlin, Ohio [4 p.].--Mentions some books, comments on the depression, and promises to send him a photograph. [5] 1931, July 2 [1 l. with photograph of John Sanderson Dalziel].--The passing of Thomas [i.e., Timothy] Cole "Leaves me the Last of the Line of the Artistic Craft of Wood Engravers." Mentions some apple trees he has planted. [6] 1931, July 15, to Oberlin, Ohio [1 l.].--Sends an account of an interview of himself and comments on it11ocn841794258book1881Dalziels' Bible gallery : illustrations from the Old Testament from original drawings by Sir Frederick Leighton ... [et al.]11ocn009867451book19820.10George and Edward Dalziel, 1840-189011ocn780537634book19750.47Millais, John EverettThe parables of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ : pictures by John Everett Millais11ocn122383907mix19201.00Dalziel, GilbertLondon, to Philip D. Sherman, Oberlin, OhioPlans to inform Mr. Sherman about items regarding the Brothers Dalziel when he (Dalziel) has recovered his health11ocn122450065mix1.00Dalziel, GilbertLondon, to Philip D. Sherman, Oberlin, Ohio[1] 1920, September 6 [2 p. with envelope].--He has and will sell collectors' items regarding his father Edward Dalziel and his firm, including some rare engravers' proofs. [2] 1921, August 23 [2 p.].--Sends him three books and thirty-three "items" of "autographic material." [3] 1923, July 10 [4 p. with envelope].--Discusses an exhibition of black and white designs, and some "sixties" India Proofs he is sending, and encloses a letter by Ford Madox Brown. [4] 1923, September 25 [2 p. with envelope].--Sends him some autographs, a letter and a photograph. [5] 1924, January 12 [2 p. with envelope].--Thanks him for the "Relic" of "R.L.S.," and sends him a photograph of his father Edward Dalziel with six "Engravers' Burnished India-Proofs."11ocn221505362book1965Dalziel's illustrated Arabian nights' entertainment+-+1260907465324+-+1260907465324Fri Mar 21 16:13:09 EDT 2014batch32403