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From the Camp Shelby History Collection. A guide map of Camp Shelby for visitors on Army Day. The map shows the layout of the whole camp.

07 April 1941

From the Bilbo (Theodore G.) Papers. A pamphlet documenting an address of Mark Ethridge, Vice-President and General Manager of the Courier-Journal and the Louisville Times, given at the Annual Dinner of the Retail Merchants Association of Louisville on January 21, 1941.

1941

From the Bilbo (Theodore G.) Papers. A letter from Clifford Macgowan of the Macgowan Coffee Company to Theodore G. Bilbo regarding tax on alcohol sales and bill H.R. 3383.

22 April 1941

From the Margret and Hans Augusto Rey Papers.; First royalty check statement from Houghton Mifflin publishing company to H.A. and Margret Rey for $102.27 (October 31, 1941). 8.5" x 9"

31 October 1941

H.A. Rey's work diary.

July 1941

From the Margret and Hans Augusto Rey Papers.; Early crayon and watercolor illustration with handwritten text marked with the letters of the alphabet from H.A. Rey's unpublished books, Nonsense ABC; Nonsense Rhymes; and Rhyming Pictionary [ca. 1941]. 8.5" x 11"

circa 1941

From the Margret and Hans Augusto Rey Papers.; Watercolor illustration with handwritten text from H.A. Rey's unpublished books, Nonsense ABC; Nonsense Rhymes; and Rhyming Pictionary [ca. 1941]. 10" x 11"

circa 1941

From the H.A. and Margret Rey Papers. The original color proofs for page 25 of "Curious George" by H.A. Rey. The illustration depicts George and the Man in the Yellow Hat walking off a boat.

1941

From the H.A. and Margret Rey Papers. An original color illustration by H.A. Rey for page 7 of "Curious George." The illustration depicts George and the Man in the Yellow Hat in the jungle.

1941

From the H.A. and Margret Rey Papers. An original color illustration by H.A. Rey for page 25 of "Curious George." The illustration depicts George and the Man in the Yellow Hat walking off a boat.

1941

From the H.A. and Margret Rey Papers. An original title page with pasted text on reverse for H.A. Rey's "Fifi."

1941

From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. A collection of recipes compiled by the Women's Auxiliary of the Trinity Parish Episcopal Church in Jackson, MS. The cook book also includes a short paragraph of the history of Trinity Parish as well as a poem by J.P.B. Washington entitled "To Preserve Children." Item is in fragile condition and the front and back covers are detached.

1941

From the Margret and Hans Augusto Rey Papers.; Original title page of the British version of Curious George ("Fifi") from H.A. Rey's Fifi: The Adventures of a Monkey (1941). 9.5" x 12.5"

1941

From the Margret and Hans Augusto Rey Papers.; Front cover color illustration for H.A. Rey's Au Claire de la Lune and Other French Nursery Songs (1941)" 13.5" x 10.5"

1941

From the Margret and Hans Augusto Rey Papers.; Watercolor illustration of the Pyramids (folded and unfolded) from the book dummy (p. 4) of H.A. Rey's How Do You Get There (1941). The first image is 4.5" x 11.5" and the second image is 4.5" x 14."

1941

From the Margret and Hans Augusto Rey Papers.; Watercolor illustration of lighthouse and ship (folded and unfolded) from H.A. Rey's book dummy for How Do You Get There (1941). The first image is 8.5" x 9.5" and the second image is 8.5" x 14."

1941

From the Margret and Hans Augusto Rey Papers.; Watercolor illustration with hand-painted text (entitled "Contemporaries") from book dummy of H.A. Rey's unpublished book, History of the World [ca. 1941]. 30" x 12.5"

circa 1941

From the Margret and Hans Augusto Rey Papers.; Watercolor illustration with handpainted text (entitled "Main Events from 4300 B.C. to 2400 B.C." from book dummy for H.A. Rey's unpublished book, History of the World [ca. 1941]. 15" x 12.5"

circa 1941

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