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Publishers' cloth bindings (Binding)
Gold blocked bindings (Binding)
|Material Type:||Juvenile audience|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Helen C Knight; A; Gustave Doré; Henry Walker Herrick; Frederick Augustus Chapman; Thomas Nast; John Gilbert; Harrison Weir; G M Ward; Alfred R Waud; Elias James Whitney; Edward Bookhout; Charles F Damoreau; Kinnersley; James H Richardson; Robert Roberts; John D Felter; Robert S Bross; Robert M Bogart; J Augustus Bogert; A V S Anthony; Benjamin F Childs; Albert Bobbett; Edward Hooper; Howland; O'Brien; Phineas F Annin; American Tract Society.
|Notes:||Prose and poetry.
The American Tract Society published at 150 Nassau St., New York, from 1832 to at least 1876. "Flowers of spring-time" (another folio ATS children's book edited by Helen C. Knight) is mentioned in the annual report of ATS dated May 9, 1861. Mention of Golden threads in extant annual reports for that period has not been found. A reference to "the terrible rebellion" (i.e., Civil War) appears on p. 61.
Text printed in double columns.
In terra-cotta cloth.
Wood-engraved illustrations variously signed by Gustave Dore/aa, Henry Walker Herrick, Frederick Augustus Chapman, Thomas Nast, "JG" (i.e, Sir John Gilbert? p. 82), Harrison Weir, G.M. Ward, Alfred Waud, Elias J. Whitney, Charles F. Damoreau, "A," Edward Bookhout, "Howland," "O'Brien sc.," "Kinnersley," "Richardson," Robert Roberts, John D. Felter, Robert S. Bross, Robert M. Bogart, J. Augustus Bogert, Andrew Varick Stout Anthony, Benjamin F. Childs, Albert Bobbett, Edward Hooper, and Phineas F. Annin.
Includes alphabetical contents index, p. -5.
|Description:||234 p.,  leaf : ill. ; 33 cm.|
|Responsibility:||By Mrs. Helen C. Knight and others. ; [Four lines of verse].|