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Color printing (Printing)
|Material Type:||Fiction, Juvenile audience|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Lewis Carroll; H H; John Tenniel; Harry Furniss; McLoughlin Bros., inc.,
|Notes:||By Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (i.e., "Lewis Carroll").
"Young folk's standard library--cloth bound ... Through the looking-glass retail 35c, by mail 50c ... There are 154 pages in all. ... Put up in 1/2 dozens"--McLoughlin Brothers' eighty-sixth annual catalogue (New York, 1914), p. 81.
"Printed in the United States of America"--verso of title page.
In beige cloth with pictorial title design stamped in red, green, and black ink on upper cover. Also bears green paper publisher's dust jacket with same pictorial design printed in red, green, and black ink. Both designs signed: HH.
Frontispiece plate chromolithographed.
"King Fisher's wooing and other poems by Lewis Carroll illustrated by Harry Furniss [device of McLoughlin Bros., Inc.] McLoughlin Brothers, Inc. New York"--p. -154, with separate title page.
|Description:||, 154 p.,  leaf of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Series Title:||Young folk's standard library.|
|Responsibility:||By Lewis Carroll ; with fifty illustrations after John Tenniel.|