|Title||The Sunday alphabet, to teach little folks how to become good (E) |
|Publisher||Routledge, Warne, & Routledge|
|Publisher Location||England -- London |
|Publication Date||ca. 1870 |
|Printer||Evans, Edmund, 1826-1905|
|Illustrator||Evans, Edmund, 1826-1905|
|Image Production Process||Relief prints--wood engravings|
|Notes||Cover illustrated with color printed wood engraving. Pages illustrated with uncolored wood engravings.|
All pages have blank versos.
An alphabet book in verse. Each letter represents a character or a religious or moral concept from the Bible. These 26 words are then woven into a 26 line religious poem at the end of the book.
"E stands for Evil, which you should ever shun and walk in Virtue's way." The illustration depicts a young girl running away from a snake and a tree with two apples.
|Contextual Notes||George Routledge set up business as a retail bookseller with his brother-in-law W. H. Warne as assistant in 1836. Warne was made a partner in 1848 and, after his brother Frederick Warne was made a partner in 1851, the firm was renamed George Routledge & Company. The firm moved to Farringdon Street in 1852 and opened a New York branch in 1854. Robert Warne Routledge, George Routledge's son, entered the partnership in 1858 and the firm was renamed Routledge, Warne & Routledge.|
Edmund Evans was an English engraver and printer who is believed to be one of the first to use color prints in publications.
|Subjects (LCSH)||English language -- Alphabet -- Juvenile literature; Christian education of children |
Bibles and religious works
|Digital Collection||Children's Historical Literature Collection |
|Digital ID Number||CHL1282 |
|Repository||University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections Division |
|Repository Collection||Children's Historical Literature Collection PE1155.D2 1870z |
|Physical Description|| leaves: illustrated; 28 x 19 cm. |
|Digital Reproduction Information||Scanned from original book at 400-600 dpi in TIFF format using a ScanMaker 6800, resized and enhanced using Adobe Photoshop, and imported as JPEG2000 using Contentdm's software JPEG2000 Extension. 2008. |
|Exhibit Checklist||Exhibit checklist L.147 |