William and his Friends: A Group of Notable Creatures in the Metropolitan Museum of Art
by Elisabeth Naramore
New York: The Viking Press, 1936. dust jacket, some foxing, book shop stamp on inside cover, . 28 unnumbered pages. Yellow applied printed cover with matching dust jacket, black and white photographs throughout. William is a blue hippopotamus that lives at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He takes the reader around to show off his friends, other art animals. There is a description of the item and when and where it was created as well as what it is made of. Japanese quail menuki, a French marble hen, a Greek bronze horse, and Egyptian faience Jerboa mice are among a few of the animals featured.7 1/4" x 5 1/2
(Inventory #: 2600071)
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