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Juvenile Literature

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This collection pulls from several different collections such as the John M. Shaw Collection overall, the Shaw Childhood in Poetry Collection, and various other childhood literature collections at FSU. These books look at the experience of childhood through stories, poetry, songs and illustrations particularly in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

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history of little Fanny
history of little Fanny
In verse., Copper-engraved plates are colored by hand., "Price col. 25 plain 18 cents.", Cover has imprint: Published and Sold Wholesale and Retail, by Mary Charles, No. 71, South Second Street, 1821., "Price plain, 18 3-4 cents, Coloured, 25 Cents"--Cover., No. S1538.111 in: Shaw, J.M., Childhood in poetry.
house that Jack built
house that Jack built
Illustrations hand-colored., No. 3638 in: Shaw, J.M., Childhood in poetry.
last of the Mohicans
last of the Mohicans
Summary: While guiding a small party of English settlers to the protection of a fort during the French and Indian War, Hawkeye, a frontier scout, and his two Indian friends, the remaining braves of the Mohican tribe, struggle against the evils of Uncas who desires a white maiden for his wife.
lily, or, Poetry for the nursery
lily, or, Poetry for the nursery
by the author of "The rose"., Illustrations hand-colored., Bookplate of Theodore Roosevelt.
little drummer
little drummer
At head of title: Dame Wonders' picture books., Imprint on upper wrapper: McLoughlin Bro's., In verse., Woodcut illustrations are hand- or stencil-colored.
lullaby
lullaby
Author is also the publisher., Front wrapper designed, engraved and signed: J.D. Felter, N.Y., Illustrations are hand-colored.
monkey's frolic
monkey's frolic
Illustrations hand-colored., First published in 1823., Not in Moon., Page [3] of wrapper: publisher's booklist., Text in verse., No. 3670 in: Shaw, J.M., Childhood in poetry.
monkeys' wedding party
monkeys' wedding party
Cover title., Illustrations hand-colored.
moving market, or, Cries of London
moving market, or, Cries of London
Hand-colored illustrations., No. 3763 in: Shaw, J.M., Childhood in poetry.
peacock "at home"
peacock "at home"
by a lady. Butterfly's ball: an original poem / by Mr. Roscoe., Bound in stiff yellow paper covers; cover detached., Eight hand colored illustrations., Inside back cover consists of publisher's catalog., No. 6206 in: Shaw, J.M. Childhood in poetry.
peacock "at home"
peacock "at home"
by a lady. The butterfly's ball : an original poem / by Mr. Roscoe. The fancy fair, or, Grand gala at the zoological gardens., Publisher's catalog p. [2] at end., P. [25] separate t.p. for The fancy fair., Frontispiece included in pagination; illustrations hand colored., Edition statement on t.p. (twenty-first edition) refers to The butterfly's ball; see Moon, M. J. Harris's books, 218(1) and 218(2)., Illustrations are modifications of those by William Mulready, with two additions to the original six; see Osborne Coll. cited below., On cover: Peacock at home.
rudiments of grammar in verse, or, A party to the fair
rudiments of grammar in verse, or, A party to the fair
by Madame Leinstein, embellished with thirteen beautifully coloured engravings., Approximate dates inferred from dates of titles listed in publisher's ad and from dates of Dean and Munday according to Hall, T.R. Some printers and publishers of conjuring books, p. 36-38., This edition differs in several respects from another undated Dean and Munday edition of the same work: the t.p.'s differ in the spelling of the author's name, in the form of the publisher's name, and in typography; p. [6]-7 differ in layout; the cover titles vary in fullness; the other edition has a Dean & Munday ad on p. [4] of wrapper., Printed on one side of leaf only; blank pages included in pagination., Illustrations hand-colored., A.K. Newman & Co. ad on p. [4] of wrapper; see Hall, T.R. Some printers and publishers of conjuring books, p. 44 on cooperation of Dean & Munday and A.K. Newman & Co., No. 3640 in: Shaw, J.M., Childhood in poetry.
ship that Tom built
ship that Tom built
Caption title., Hand-colored ill., No. 3791 in: Shaw, J.M., Childhood in poetry.
story of Washington
story of Washington
by Elizabeth Eggleston Seelye ; with over one hundred illustrations by Allegra Eggleston ; edited with an introduction by Edward Eggleston.
story of little Goody Two-shoes
story of little Goody Two-shoes
Summary: A poor but virtuous girl becomes a school teacher.
young master of Hyson Hall
young master of Hyson Hall
by Frank R. Stockton ; with illustrations by Virginia H. Davisson and Charles H. Stephens.

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