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Collection Title: Phoebe Erickson Papers

Collection Number: DG0303

Accession Number: Unknown

Inclusive Dates: 1948-1965

Volume: .30 cubic ft.

Given By : Phoebe Erickson

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Form of Material:

Daniel Coon by Phoebe Erickson; Knopf, 1954.

illustrations
set of engravers proofs (1)
dust jacket
pamphlet

Black Penny by Phoebe Erickson; Knopf, 1951.

illustrations (3)
unbound copy of book (proofs)
related materials

Wild Wing by Phoebe Erickson; Harper, 1959.

one page from first draft of story
illustration
color sketch of jacket
photostat of jacket

Who's in the Mirror by Phoebe Erickson; Knopf, 1965.

color sketch for jacket
jacket layout showing title lettering
related material
original manuscript
galley
illustration (2 plates)

Just Follow Me by Phoebe Erickson; Follett Publishing Co., 1960.

dummy

Uncle DeBonkel or the Barely Believable Bears by Phoebe Erickson; Knopf, 1964.

illustration (2 plates)
color sketch
original manuscript
related material

Animals of Small Pond by Phoebe Erickson; Chicago Press, 1960.

full color illustration
original manuscript

Cattail House by Phoebe Erickson; Children's Press, 1962.

color illustration
one sketch

Slip by Phoebe Erickson; Children's Press, 1948

color illustration

Double or Nothing by Phoebe Erickson; Harper, 1958.

illustration
sketch
poster of book jacket


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