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This collection consists of production material for children's books by Clyde Bulla, including typescripts, proofs, notes, articles and photographs.
This collection consists of publication materials for children's books written by Dian Curtis Regan.
The collection contains production material related to works written and illustrated by Emma Lilliam Brock.
The collection contains written production material, and a small amount of illustrative material, for a dozen titles by Gloria Skurzynski.
The collection contains written and illustrative production material for children's books written and illustrated by Grace Lin.
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 collection contains illustrative material for 15 titles (books and magazines) published between 1927 and 1962 and miscellaneous art by Henry C. Pitz.
The Lydia Rosier Collection contains illustrative production material for the jackets of two children's books.
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.
The collection contains a small amount of production material for four children's books written and illustrated by Palmer Brown.
Phyllis Reynolds Naylor's papers focus on the background, writing, revision, and publication of over sixty of her books for children and young adults, as well nonfiction works for adults.
Rafaello Busoni's papers focus on his work as an illustrator of children's books. The collection contains production material for twenty-five titles published between 1942 and 1959.
This collection consists of drafts for publishcations by Sid Fleischman, as well as correspondence and related items.
This collection consists of production material for numerious published and unpublished titles by author Steven Kroll.