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Contains one sheet of sketches in ink.
The collection contains illustrative material related to two children's books illustrated by Carl Burger.
The Charles Ripper Collection contains illustrative material for children's books illustrated by Ripper.
The collection contains illustrative production materials for six children's books and other original art by Clare Turlay Newberry.
Collection includes illustrative material for two books, a magazine story, and an untitled book.
The collection includes illustrative material for children's books illustrated by Dagmar Wilson.
The collection contains written and illustrative items related to the life and work of Dahlov Ipcar, including production material for her children's books and related material.
The collection contains production material, including manuscript and illustrative material, for children's books and related materials written and/or illustrated by Don Freeman.
Collection contains two sketches for a children's book by Barbara Ritchie, illustrated by Earl Thollander.
The collection contains ink illustrations and sketches related to works illustrated by E.H. Shepard.
Collection contains two pencil drawings by Seton.
The Esther Averill papers contain written and illustrative production material for five children's books created by Averill.
The collection contains various original illustrations and prints related to illustrator Feodor Rojankovsky.
The collection contains two sketches by George Cruikshank, as well as an advertising poster for an exhibit on Cruikshank in 1968.
The collection contains five pieces of art by Oberlander, all dated 1962.
This collection consists of original art (both in-process drawings and final art) as well as manuscript materials related to numerous children's book titles illustrated by Gustaf Tenggren.
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 Lee J. Ames papers contains production material for books written and illustrated by Ames.
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 contains a small amount of production material for four children's books written and illustrated by Palmer Brown.
The collection contains two pencil and watercolor sketches by illustrator Robert Cruikshank.
The Ruth Robbins Collection contains illustrative production material for four children's books published between 1957 and 1964 with Parnassus Press.
Tasha Tudor's papers focus on her work as an illustrator of children's books. The collection contains production material and illustrations for children's books published between 1945 and 1963, as well as other artwork, including greeting cards.