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This collection consists of a dummy related to one picture book by Tim Egan.
Tomie dePaola's papers focus on his work as an author and illustrator of children's books. The collection contains production material for over 160 books written and/or illustrated by dePaola, including original artwork, drafts, proofs, and correspondence, and related materials.
Contains illustrative work for several children's books illustrated by Tony Palazzo.
Collection contains illustrations and production material for children's books and magazines illustrated by Tony Waters.
Valenti Angelo's papers focus on his work as an illustrator and author of children's books. This collection includes manuscripts and/or illustrative material for books published between 1930 and 1963, and some miscellaneous art work.
The Virginia Lee Burton Collection contains the original watercolor illustrations for The Little House, as well as some additional items of art and one printed textile.
Wanda Gág's papers focus on her work as an author and illustrator of children's books. The collection contains production material for published and unpublished titles, and personal correspondence and papers.
The collection containts one pencil illustration for the jacket of Bruce Brooks's novel The Moves Make the Man.
The collection contains two sketches related to one children's book illustrated by Bill Sokol.
The collection contains a proof for one children's book created by William Gropper, as well as six signed lithograph prints.
The collection includes a paste-up dummy for Roland the Minstrel Pig and original illustrations for CDB!, by William Steig
Contains written and illustrative materials for children's book written and illustrated by William Wiesner.
The collection contains illustrative materials for 36 titles, and includes illustrations in various media, some with separations, a photograph illustration, collage studies, jacket studies, layout studies, jacket proofs, scratchboard illustrations, and an original colored sketch.
The Witold Mars papers contains artwork and other material related to children's books illustrated by Mars, as well as correspondence related to some titles, as well as designs for Christmas cards, advertising and commercial art, and other artistic endeavors.