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From the Kate Greenaway Papers. Kate Greenaway's Birthday Book for Children verses by Mrs. Sale Barker, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: George Routledge, [1880]). Pen & ink illustration for August 15th p. 81. "Proud Damsel." (5 x 2 cm.)

From the Kate Greenaway Papers. Kate Greenaway's Birthday Book for Children verses by Mrs. Sale Barker, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: George Routledge, [1880]). pen & ink illustration for August 21st p. 83. "Storm in a tea-pot." (4 x 2.5 cm.)

From the Kate Greenaway Papers. Kate Greenaway's Birthday Book for Children verses by Mrs. Sale Barker, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: George Routledge, [1880]). Pencil sketch for plate facing p. 86. "Jumping Rope." (16 x 14 cm.)

From the Kate Greenaway Papers. Language of Flowers by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1884]). watercolor illustration for half-title page (19 x 18 cm.) signed KG.

From the Kate Greenaway Papers. Language of Flowers by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1884]). pencil sketch for p. 7 (13.5 x 16.5 cm.)

From the Kate Greenaway Papers. Language of Flowers by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1884]). black & white photograph of illustration on p. 35.

Undated

From the Kate Greenaway Papers. Language of Flowers by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1884]). printer's proof bound in red silk. Illustrations only, no text.

[1884]

From the Kate Greenaway Papers. Little Ann and other poems by Ann and Jane Taylor, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1883]). Pen & ink drawing using "The Good-Natured Girls" illustration from p. 21; 7 x 5.5

From the Kate Greenaway Papers. Little Ann and other poems by Ann and Jane Taylor, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1883]). One side of a printed invitation for Kate Greenaway's exhibition at The Fine Arts Society February 7, 1891. Illustration used on cover is from p. 27 of Little Ann.

7 February 1891

From the Kate Greenaway Papers. Little Ann and other poems by Ann and Jane Taylor, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1883]). Watercolor (29 x 25.5 cm.) based on child on p. 40. Signed.

Undated

From the Kate Greenaway Papers. Little Ann and other poems by Ann and Jane Taylor, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1883]). Pencil sketch (16 x 16 cm.) for "Sleepy Harry" p. 42; 6 x 6

From the Kate Greenaway Papers. Little Ann and other poems by Ann and Jane Taylor, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1883]). pencil sketch (19 x 14 cm.) for "Pastry Cook" p. 56.

From the Kate Greenaway Papers. Little Folks London: Cassell, Petter and Galpin. Pencil sketch for an illustration that appeared in "Hide and Seek in a Manor House" January 1879, p. 20; 3.5 x 5.5

January 1879

From the Kate Greenaway Papers. Melcomb Manor: A Family Chronicle by F. Scarlett Potter, [with illustrations by Kate Greenaway] (London: Marcus Ward, [1873?]). pencil sketch (14 x 19 cm.) for "More than Kin: The Course of Love" p. 49.

From the Kate Greenaway Papers. The People's Magazine. London: The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. Pencil drawing for "Bebel and the Dwarf." Appeared in February 1, 1873, p. 97. "No, No, said he, Over there, but Lillie kept on" written in Kate Greenaway's hand at bottom of drawing; 7 x 9

1 February 1873

From the Kate Greenaway Papers. The Queen of the Pirate Isle by Bret Harte, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Chatto and Windus, [1886]). pencil sketch (14 x 19 cm.) for p. 14.

From the Kate Greenaway Papers. The Royal Progress of King Pepito by Beatrice F. Cresswell, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, [1889]). watercolor (20 x 17.5) for p. 43.

From the Kate Greenaway Papers. pencil sketch (12.5 x 12 cm.) used for "The Beadle Leads the Procession" vol.6, p. 395 of St. Nicholas magazine.

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