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The collection contains one black color pencil illustration for one children's book illustrated by Stubblefield.
The Howard Cook papers contain original illustrations for one children's book, as well as three additional unrelated prints.
Ilse-Margret Vogel's papers focus on her work as an author and illustrator of children's books. The collection contains production material for children's books published between 1964 and 1984.
The collection contains illustrations related to two children's books by Inez Hogan.
The Irving and Ruth Adler collection includes drafts, proofs, dummies, notes, research, and correspondence for children's books created by the Adlers, both in collaboration and individually.
The Jacqueline Ayer papers contains three ink illustrations from one children's book.
This collection contains original illustrations and production material related to children's books illustrated by artist Jim McMullan.
The collection contains production material, including original illustrations and color separations, for children's books created by author and illustrator James Marshall.
The collection contains illustrative material for children's books illustrated by Gilchrist.
Janice Holland was an author and illustrator of children's books. The collection includes illustrations, dummies, proofs, pencil sketches, manuscripts, correspondence, royalty statements, and some personal items.
Contains ink illustrations, and a small amount of supplementary material related to one title by Jean Gould, illustrated by Charles Walker.
This collection contains art and written production materials for children's books created by Jeanette Winter.
Collection contains illustrations related to two children's books illustrated by Jerome Connolly.
This collection consists of papers and original art related to the publication Goin' Someplace Special, written by Pat McKissack and illustrated by Jerry Pinkney, and a watercolor illustration from The Little Red Hen.
The collection contains two original pen and ink drawings for one picture book by Jo Ann Stover.
The collection contains illustrative material for children's books illustrated by Joan Hanson.
The collection contains material related to several children's books written and/or illustrated by Joan Sandin.
This collection contains both production materials from over 30 titles either illustrated by or written and illustrated by Joe Lasker.
The collection contains original art and sketches related to children's books illustrator and creator by Julie Paschkis.
The collection contains written and illustrative materials for works written and/or illustrated by Karen Gundersheimer, as well as other personal and professional materials.
The Karen Ritz Collection contains illustrative and written production material for children's books illustrated
Contains material related to the publication of one title by Katherine Hannigan.
Kurt Werth's papers focus on his work as an author and illustrator of children's books with an emphasis on the latter. The collection contains production material for over two dozen titles published between 1953 and 1974.
The Lee J. Ames papers contains production material for books written and illustrated by Ames.
The collection contains an illustrator's dummy for one picture book illustrated by Steven.
Collection contains typescripts, correspondence, and illustrative material for one picture book by Leslie Tryon.
Collection includes typescripts and illustrations for children's books created by Lillian Hoban.
Louis Slobodkin's papers focus on his work as an author and illustrator of children's books. The collection contains production material for various titles published between 1943-1972, as well as some miscellaneous material and artwork.
The collection includes materials related to children's book created by Lynd Ward, including illustrations in a variety of media, studies, sketches, dummies, prints, proofs, and other related items.
The collection primarily contains material related to creation of book The Three Trolls by Mabel Farmer, which was unpublished in her lifetime but was published by her son, Edward Farmer, in 2016.