Glasgow: Blackie and Son, c1920s. Board_book. Fair. E Stetson Crawford. A 64 page paginated book with applied litho cover. It tells the story of when Josephine and her family move to a new house. There she teaches her dolls to play house. There are five chapters, "Josephine Plans a New Game", "Josephine Tells the Children", "They All Go to the New House", "They Settle Down", and " The Princess Comes to Call". There are eight, full page color illustrations, and 16 B&W illustrations throughout the story. The covers are tan boards, with yellow cloth spine and a color illustration mounted on front cover. There is a crease on the front cover, reaching from the top left corner to about two thirds of the was down the right side of the book. Additionally, there is a small stain on the back cover, in bottom left corner, and a dent on the bottom edge. There are few intact tears on the interior pages, including one color illustration, however they do not effect either the text or drawing. Measures 10" x 7 3/4".
(Inventory #: 25021198)
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