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This collection contains artwork from the book The City I Love.
The collection holds illustrative material for a dozen children's books illustrated by Marcia Sewall.
The Margaret Ayer Collection contains one watercolor and pencil study.
This collection contains sketches and studies related to two children's books illustrated by Margaret Bloy Graham.
The Margaret Chodos-Irvine Papers include both written and illustrative production materials in a variety of media, for several children's books, focusing mostly on illustrative material.
Collection contains ink and pencil sketches and illustrations for one nonfiction children's book.
The Margot Austin Collection contains illustrative production material from two stories published between 1941 and 1953.
Marian C. Foster's, aka Mariana's, papers includes watercolor studies for several titles by Foster, as well as cards and other miscellaneous works.
Open for use in the Elmer L. Andersen Library reading room.
The collection contains illustrative work in various media a half-dozen children's books illustrated by Stern.
This collection consists of Marilyn Fitschen's ink illustration for one book.
The collection includes illustrative material for one children's book created by Hirsh.
Contains one drawing for a title illustrated by Miller.
The Marilynne Roach papers contains both written and illustrative production for one children's book by Roach.
The Mario Rivoli papers contains illustrative production material from one children's book illustrated by Rivoli.
Collection contains illustrative materials, typescripts, page proofs, and related materials for three children's books written and illustrated by Marion Holland.
The collection includes a gouache and colored pencil preliminary painting for Little Bird Takes a Bath.
This collection consists of production material related to children's books created Marissa Moss.
The Marjorie Auerbach papers contain illustrative material for picture books illustrated by Auerbach.
The collection contains two illustrations for a picture book by Mark Podwal, as well as a small amount of related material.
Mark Teague is an American author and illustrator of children's books who has illustrated over 40 books. The collection includes corrected typescripts, dummy photocopies, and correspondence related to several titles by Teague.
This collection consists of one original illustration created by Marla Frazee.
Mary Marsh Buff and Conrad Buff''s papers focus on their work as authors and illustrators of children's books. The collection contains production material for books published between 1937 and 1966.
The collection contains an illustrated dummy for one children's book created by Mary Miller Salem.
Contains dummies and research for one title illustrated by Whyte.
Maud (Fuller) and Miska Petersham's papers focus on their work as illustrators and authors of children's books. The collection contains production material for six titles published between 1931 and 1967.
This collection contains three ink sketches.
The collection consists of 4 color prints.
Collection contains illustrative material for picture books illustrated by Meg Wohlberg.