|Title||Tom Thumb's Alphabet (I) |
|Publisher||Bogue, David, c. 1807-1856|
|Publisher Location||England--London |
|Publication Date||ca. 1857 |
|Printer||Dalziel, Edward, 1817-1905|
Dalziel, George, 1815-1902
|Illustrator||McConnell, William, 1833-1867|
|Image Production Process||Relief prints|
|Notes||Illustrated with hand colored relief prints.|
Series title: "Picture Baby Books".
"I was an Italian, who had a white mouse." The illustration depicts an Italian boy in ragged clothes and a patched hat carrying a cage with a white mouse inside. A man in nice clothes stands on a stoop in front of him, looking down on him.
|Contextual Notes||The Dalziel Brothers was a highly productive firm of Victorian engravers founded in 1839 by George Dalziel and his brother Edward. They were later joined by their brothers John and Thomas.|
David Bogue established his publishing and bookselling business at 86 Fleet Street in 1826. He remained at that location until his death in 1856.
|Subjects (LCSH)||Alphabet rhymes |
Trades and Occupations
|Digital Collection||Children's Historical Literature Collection |
|Digital ID Number||CHL1036 |
|Repository||University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections Division |
|Repository Collection||Children's Historical Literature Collection |
|Physical Description|| p.: illustrated; 17.5 x 14 cm. |
|Digital Reproduction Information||Photographed from original book in TIFF format using a Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTi/EOS 400D, resized and enhanced using Adobe Photoshop, and imported as JPEG2000 using Contentdm's software JPEG2000 Extension. 2009. |
|Exhibit Checklist||Exhibit checklist B.13 |