de Grummond Collection

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KATE GREENAWAY PAPERS

Collection Number
Collection Dates
Collection Volume
DG0391
1868-1969
14.40 cu.ft. (46 boxes)
Provenance
These materials were purchased from a number of dealers, including Kenneth Rendell and Milton Reisman, during the late 1960s and early 1970s. This collection also include materials collected by Mrs. Joseph Willey and Mrs. R.L. McPhail, both collectors of Kate Greenaway materials.

Restrictions
Noncirculating; available for research.

Copyright
The collection is protected by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, U. S. Code). Reproductions can be made only if they are to be used for "private study, scholarship, or research." It is the user's responsibility to verify copyright ownership and to obtain all necessary permissions prior to the reproduction, publication, or other use of any portion of these materials, other than that noted above.

Biographical Sketch
Kate Greenaway was born in Hoxton, London on March 17, 1846 to parents John and Elizabeth née Jones. They had intended their second child to be named Kate, but an error caused the name of Catherine to be recorded. Therefore, Catherine was always called Kate and Kate herself had to be reminded of her real name when she signed legal documents. Kate Greenaway had two sisters and a brother and spent her early childhood in Rolleston, a farming village fourteen miles from Nottingham. These early days spent in the countryside had an enormous impact upon the young Kate and would surface much later in her drawings.

John Greenaway, a successful wood engraver, was quick to spot artistic talent in his young daughter. At only seven years of age Kate was sent to evening classes at the Female School of Art. Kate had won her first prize in local competitions by the time she was twelve and it was soon determined that art would be her profession. In 1865 she entered the National Art School-South Kensington School of Art where she garnered prizes in national competitions. Her first published illustration appeared as the frontispiece in Infant Amusements, or, How to Make a Nursery Happy, published by Griffith and Farran in 1867. Her work was publicly exhibited for the first time at the Black and White Exhibition in 1868 and was purchased by the Reverend W.J. Loftie, editor of People's Magazine. He used the illustrations that he had purchased in the magazine, accompanied by verses and tales penned by his leading contributors.

Although she was still attending day classes at Kensington and evening classes at Heatherley's School of Art, Greenaway's artistic abilities were gaining credence with a variety of publishers. She produced six watercolor designs for Diamonds and Toads, a toybook published by Frederick Warne and Co. in 1869. She created a new series of watercolors to illustrate nine of Madame D'Aulnoy's fairy tales published by Gall and Inglis in 1871.

The early 1870s saw the greeting card business experience phenomenal growth and the Belfast-firm of Marcus Ward was one of the most influential companies. After proving her marketability with a Valentine design, Greenaway created hundreds of cards filled with flowers, fairies, and children. The designs that made her reputation at Marcus Ward were a series of cards showing children dressed in historical costume, placed against plain backgrounds with ornate colored and gold trimmed borders.

Kate's early career flourished, due in part to the advice that she readily accepted from William Loftie, William Ward, and her father. It was her father who introduced Kate to his old friend, Edmund Evans. Evans' color printing and engraving business was highly respected in the 1870s and printed most of the colored children's toybooks in Britain. Evans was already aware of Greenaway's greeting card designs and saw promise in the book of drawings that she showed for his approval. Evans agreed to purchase the book outright and they agreed on a title - Under the Window, taken from one of the verses penned by Greenaway.

After a number of delays, Under the Window was published by Routledge in 1879 and brought Greenaway immediate fame and fortune. She earned 800 the first year, with domestic and foreign sales reaching a staggering one hundred thousand copies. Within months of its publication, a variety of spinoff items were produced and the Greenaway style was born. There were Under the Window inspired bookmarks, advertising cards, metal buttons, embroidered handkerchiefs and scarves, sheet music, and pirated books.

The team of Evans, Greenaway, and Routledge produced a number of books, including Kate Greenaway's Birthday Book for Children, A Day in a Child's Life, Mother Goose, and Little Ann. In 1882 they collaborated on the first of a series of Almanacks published from 1883-1897. The first Almanack was followed by Language of Flowers, Marigold Garden, considered to be the high point of Greenaway's career, A Apple Pie, The Pied Piper of Hamelin and finally The April Baby's Book of Tunes in 1900.

Greenaway piracies and imitations became so widespread, especially in the United States, that they provided an unsurmountable competition for the original artist. By the late 1890s Greenaway realized that her place in the art world was no longer guaranteed. She gave up children's book illustration, instead turning to oil portraiture and landscape watercolors. Neither of these ventures was successful and she became increasingly bitter and reclusive. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in November 1899, but delayed the recommended surgery until July 1900. By that time, the cancer had spread and she died on November 6, 1901 at age fifty-five.

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Scope and Content

The Kate Greenaway Papers are divided into twenty-one series, including original illustrations, manuscripts, correspondence, woodblocks, articles about Kate Greenaway, greeting cards, trade cards, calendars, buttons, and other miscellaneous paper and fabric ephemera.

The Illustration Series is further divided into those illustrations that were used in published books and periodicals and those that did not appear in published sources. There are extensive holdings for Kate Greenaway's A Apple Pie (1886) with forty-nine unsigned pencil sketches. Of particular interest are three different versions of the cover or title page. Kate Greenaway produced yearly almanacks beginning in 1883. The Collection has original brown ink illustrations that were created for the 1883 and 1885 almanacks and a watercolor for the 1897 edition. The April Baby's Book of Tunes (1900) is represented by eight pencil sketches, three of which were not used in the book.

There are pencil sketches for A Day in a Child's Life (1881), Fairy Gifts (1875), Kaspar and the Seven Wonderful Pigeons of Wurzburg (1876), Melcomb Manor (1873?), Mother Goose (1881), The Pied Piper of Hamelin (1888), The Queen of Pirate Isle (1886), Under the Window (1878), and The White Cat (1870).

Watercolor drawings are present for Baby's Birthday Book (1887), Fors Clavigera (1884), Language of Flowers (1884), Little Ann (1883), and The Royal Progress of King Pepito (1889). Kate Greenaway's Birthday Book for Children is represented by eleven pen and ink miniature vignettes.

In addition to books, Kate Greenaway's illustrations were also published in popular periodicals of the day. The Collection holds original illustrations that appeared in The Illustrated London News, Little Folks, The People's Magazine, Routledge's Every Girls Annual, and St. Nicholas magazine.

The Illustrations Not Created for Published Books series is further divided by medium. The Collection contains thirty pencil studies, eighty-two pencil sketches or drawings, twenty ink drawings, and thirty-nine watercolors. Kate Greenaway often made little drawings to present to her friends as keepsakes and some of these drawings may be samples of those gifts.

The pencil studies range in size from 7.5 x 6 cm. to 23 x 19 cm. and include subject matter such as studies of hands, feet, heads, arms and shoes, as well as infants, dancers, birds and musicians. The pencil sketches and drawings range in size from 8 x 6 cm. to 31 x 60 cm. Subject matter consists primarily of people in a variety of activities and settings. Some of the sketches and drawings have verses or captions in Kate Greenaway's hand.

The ink drawings range in size from 5.5 x 4.5 cm. to 25 x 19.5 cm. Subject matter consists primarily of boys and girls engaged in a variety of activities. Many of these illustrations are signed. The watercolors are, for the most part, completed drawings rather than sketches. Sizes range from 10 x 7 cm. to 67 x 51 cm. Many of the watercolors are signed "KG" and a few are dated as well. Subject matter consists of young girls and boys partaking in a variety of activities both indoors and out, children with animals and flowers, and girls posed in various dresses and coats. Several of the watercolors remain unfinished and allow us to see the method and technique used by Greenaway.

The Manuscript Series consists of fourteen separate items, most one page in length. The highlight of this series are several versions of the unpublished, illustrated manuscript for "A Short Account of a Boy of Guile and the Pigsty."

The Correspondence Series, consists of thirty-seven pieces of correspondence dating from circa 1874 through May 1901, six months before Kate Greenaway's death. All are handwritten by Greenaway to a variety of correspondents including her printer Edmund Evans; his wife, Mrs. Evans; and their children Lily, Ada, and Herbert; Lady Lindsay; Lady Maria Ponsonby; her bioographer, Marion Harry Spielmann; and Edward Bok, American publisher of The Ladies Home Journal.

The text of most of the correspondence covers everyday events, travel, schedules, some concerns over her publications, and her health. In a letter to Lady Maria Ponsonby on November 16, 1900, Greenaway laments " and another tiresome thing has happened - a tiresome little swelling just by my collarbone. The Doctor don't know if it is only a swollen gland or if it might be connected with the other tiresome lump. It is done with Bella Donna if it don't get smaller I shall have to let Mr. Howard Marsh see it." The tiresome lump was produced by the breast cancer that claimed Greenaway's life on November 6, 1901.

The Woodblock Series consists of blocks engraved by Edmund Evans and used in the printing of Marigold Garden. There are eleven woodblocks and one stereotype plate for "To the Sun Door" on page 10. For "Child's Song," page 53, there are five blocks and one stereotype plate; five blocks are held for the half-title page; there are four blocks for "Baby Mine" page 50; and six blocks and two stereotypes for page 33 "Happy Days."

Another series includes Reproductions and Photographs from Magazines, Newspapers and Books. There are photographs of illustrations in magazines, as well as the magazine pages themselves for Greenaway designs in Babyland, Cassell's Magazine, English Illustrated Magazine, Girls Own Annual, The Graphic, Harper's Bazaar, Harper's Young People, Illustrated London News, Ladies Home Journal, Little Folks, Little Wide Awake, Routledge's Every Girls Annual, St. Nicholas, and Wide Awake.

Newspaper, Magazine, and Journal Articles about Kate Greenaway make up the next series. Fifty-eight articles dating from 1883 to 1969 discuss the qualities of Greenaway's art, her hometown of Hampstead, the Greenaway Medal named in her honor, collecting Kate Greenaway's materials, numerous obituaries and a number of articles issued in 1946 in observance of her centenary year.

There is a great deal of paper ephemera bearing illustrations created by Kate Greenaway. series include greeting cards, trade cards, notecards, calendars, cardboard boxes, and miscellaneous groups of book plates, reward of merit cards, calling cards, gift cards, dance programmes, paper dolls, post cards, gift wrap and stationery.

Some of the earliest works created by Kate Greenaway are the Greeting Cards in Sets that she illustrated for the Marcus Ward Company. In 1868 she created a six-card set entitled "The Story of Little Red Riding Hood's Christmas." The six cards were also issued as a fold-out panorama. Many of the cards produced by Greenaway were issued in sets, such as "Children by the Pond," "Children on Flowers," "Feed My Lambs," and "Puck and Blossom." Most of these sets were issued by Marcus Ward, but Kate Greenaway also did a few card sets for Charles Goodall & Sons. Most card sets consist of three to six different, but related cards. There are usually several variants of the sets with differing borders, verses, size or the addition of fringe. This collection holds twenty-seven different sets, most with a number of variants.

Another subseries of the greeting card series are those Greeting Cards Based on Book Illustrations. Eleven different books are represented, including Baby's Birthday Book, The Quiver of Love, and Under the Window. A third subseries consists of forty-nine Single Greeting Cards, illustrated by Kate Greenaway. Included are Christmas, New Year's and Valentine Day cards. Another subseries include cards that are illustrated by others, but closely resemble Greenaway's style.

Trade cards bearing scenes from many of Kate Greenaway's books including Marigold Garden, Mother Goose, and Under the Window are also held.

Marcus Ward produced a Calendar of the Seasons for a number of years. This collection includes examples of calendars illustrated by Kate Greenaway for ten years from 1876 to 1899. Included are calendars for a number of years that were designed by other illustrators - 1878, 1879, 1880, and 1887.

Miscellaneous paper ephemera includes eleven bookplates designed by Greenaway for friends, most in the Locker-Lampson family. Reward of merit cards bear illustrations from Kate Greenaway's Birthday Book for Children and Under the Window. Designs from Under the Window and Mother Goose are found on gift cards, dance programmes, concert programmes, autograph albums, post cards, and stationery.

Greenaway designs were also used freely on china and glass decorative accessories. A highlight of this series is a nine-piece child's tea set decorated with Greenaway children, produced by Atlas China in Stokes on Trent, England. This series is rounded out with photographs of china and ceramic items, as well as advertisements for the same. Another series consists of buttons made from gold and silver metal and Wedgewood china bearing designs of Greenaway children.

Kate Greenaway designs also appeared on a number of fabric-based items such as bookmarks, handkerchiefs, sachets, napkins, doyleys, and fabric for clothing and home decorating. Designs from Under the Window and Mother Goose appear often on these fabric items. A number of wallpaper samples with designs from the 1893 Almanack are also included.

In 1993, the Book Globe Company of Saitama, Japan borrowed a large number of the Greenaway materials for an exhibition held at four sites in Japan. A final series consists of informational brochures, posters, an exhibition catalog and photographs pertaining to the Japanese exhibitions. Also included are samples of several stationery and post card sets produced by the Book Globe Company to sell at the exhibitions.

Related Collections

The John Greenaway Papers and the M. H. Spielmann Papers contain correspondence related to Kate Greenaway.

Series and Subseries

A. Illustrations from Published Books

B. Illustrations Not Used in Published Books

C. Manuscripts

D. Correspondence

E. Woodblocks

F. Prints

G. Magazine, Newspaper, and Book-based Reproductions and Photographs

H. Articles about Kate Greenaway

I. Greeting Cards

J. Trade Cards

K. Notecards

L. Calendars

M. Cardboard Boxes

N. Miscellaneous Paper Ephemera

O. China, Glass and Silver

P. Buttons

Q. Dolls

R. Fabrics

S. Other Ephemera

T. Miscellaneous Articles about Kate Greenaway and Her Work

U. Materials from the Kate Greenaway Exhibition in Japan in 1993


BOX INVENTORY



Box/Folder

A. ILLUSTRATIONS FROM PUBLISHED BOOKS A Apple Pie by Kate Greenaway (London: George Routledge and Sons, [1886]). The Routledge edition had only an illustrated cover; the Warne edition had an illustrated cover and title page. Different illustrations were used by both publishers. 1/1-1/50 Sketch, graphite. Unsigned. 1/1 Cover or title page, preliminary. 25 x 13 cm. (12 x 11 cm.) Two girls and a boy look at pie. "A Apple Pie" lettered on illustration. 1/2 Cover or title page, preliminary. 22 x 25 cm. (18 x 22 cm.) Four girls and a boy run across the page. "A Apple Pie Alphabet" lettered on illustration. 1/3 Cover or title page, preliminary. 25 x 28 cm. (15 x 21 cm.) Two girls under apple tree. "A Apple Alphabet Pie" lettered on illustration. 1/4 "A Apple Pie" page. 28 x 19 cm. (24 x 15 cm.) Girl in profile, skipping. Girl in dark green dress in book. 1/5 "A Apple Pie" page. 28 x 19 cm. (25 x 9 cm.) Frontal view of girl wearing mobcap. Girl in green and white checked dress in book. 1/6 "A Apple Pie" page. 28 x 19 cm. (21 x 11 cm.) Boy, no hat, skipping. He is the boy in dark green outfit in the book. 1/7 "A Apple Pie" page. 28 x 19 cm. (17 x 11 cm.) Girl with upraised arms. Also includes study of head. She is the girl in center with white dress in book. 1/8 "A Apple Pie" page. 26 x 26 cm. (17 x 21 cm.) Two girls and one boy, some partially drawn. Girl in mobcap done in most detail. 1/9 "A Apple Pie" page. 26 x 36 cm. (20 x 32 cm.) Six skipping figures forming a ring. Early concept. 1/10 "B Bit It" page. 25 x 19 cm. (15 x 11 cm.) Boy in hat holds plate with pie, while eating pie from other hand. 1/11 "C Cut It" page. 24 x 30 cm. (18 x 24 cm.) Three girls and a boy sit around a long table. Early concept. 1/12 "C Cut It" page. 28 x 19 cm. (20 x 9 cm.) Girl in mobcap cuts pie on a small table. Early concept. 1/13 "C Cut It" page. 28 x 19 cm. (20 x 9 cm.) Profile of short-haired girl holding plate against shoulder. "Dealt It" written on top crossed out and replaced with "C Cut It." Girl is on the extreme left in book. 1/14 "C Cut It" page. 28 x 19 cm. (22 x 10 cm.) Girl in mobcap cutting apple pie with knife and fork. Girl in center of page in book. 1/15 "C Cut It" page. 28 x 19 cm. (23 x 8 cm.) Profile of girl in mobcap, holding a plate at her side. Girl on the extreme right in book. 1/16 "C Cut It" page. 25 x 30 cm. (12 x 17 cm.) Three boys and four girls look on with plates in hand. Early concept. 1/17 "D Dealt It" page. 28 x 19 cm. (22 x 11 cm.) Girl with short hair and gloves, holding serving utensils. Older girl serving pie in the book. 1/18 "D Dealt It" page. 28 x 19 cm. (19 x 9 cm.) Little girl in mobcap holds plate in hands. Girl on extreme left in book. 1/19 "D Dealt It" page. 28 x 19 cm. (21 x 11 cm.) Profile of girl facing left, holding a plate. Girl on right in peach dress in book. 1/20 "F Fought For It" page. 28 x 19 cm. (22 x 9 cm.) Boy facing left with fists raised to fight. He is in the foreground wearing green outfit in book. 1/21 "F Fought For It" page. 28 x 19 cm. (21 x 12 cm. and 2 x 2 cm. study) Boy facing right with fists raised and arm extended. In foreground with blue outfit in book. 1/22 "G Got It" page. 24 x 36 cm. Boy with upraised arm holding a cane, chasing off four other children. Early concept. 1/23 "G Got It" page. 25 x 36 cm. Boy chases seven other children with stick. Early concept. 1/24 "H Had It" page. 23 x 32 cm. Boy sits on floor straddling pie, with knife and spoon in hands. This is labeled "G Got It" but drawing is for "H Had It" page. 1/25 "H Had It" page. 28 x 22 cm. (13 x 9 cm.) Boy in nightshirt shown in three quarter view leaning forward. Early concept. 1/26 "H Had It" page. 24 x 31 cm. (20 x 22 cm.) Little boy beside apple pie holding knife and fork. Three mice look on. Early concept. 1/27 "L Longed For It" page. 28 x 19 cm. (22 x 6 cm. and 3 x 3 cm. study) Girl facing right clasping gloved hands in front of her. Study of hands. 1/28 "M Mourned For It" page. 19 x 16 cm. (18 x 7 cm.) Back view of girl wearing bonnet and holding apple. She is girl at left in orange dress in book. 1/29 "M Mourned For It" page. 28 x 19 cm. (22 x 7 cm.) Girl in mobcap faces left, bent forward. She is girl on right, in red dress and pinafore in the book. 1/30 "M Mourned For It" page. 19 x 12 cm. (19 x 10 cm.) Little girl facing right, holds out hand. She is the little girl holding flower in book. 1/31 "M Mourned For It" page. 28 x 19 cm. (21 x 7 cm. and 2 x 9 cm. study) Curly haired girl with clasped hands over her heart. She is the center girl in white dress in book. Study of hands. 1/32 "N Nodded For It" page. 20 x 26 cm. (14 x 23 cm.) Boy in coat holding hat. Many other figures. Early concept. 1/33 "N Nodded For It" page. 18 x 18 cm. (11 x 10 cm.) Boy in knee length coat bows, holding hat. He is boy on left wearing orange coat in book. 1/34 "O Opened It" page. 28 x 19 cm. (25 x 13 cm. and 4 x 3 cm. study) Girl looking to right with upraised arm holding utensil. Study of gloved hand. 1/35 "O Opened It" page. 28 x 19 cm. (18 x 6 cm.) Girl with short hair holds arms behind back. She is girl on extreme right wearing a dark green dress in book. 1/36 "P Peeped In It" page. 19 x 21 cm. (13 x 13 cm.) Two girls and a boy stand around pie on table. Three other children in picture. 1/37 "P Peeped In It" page. 28 x 19 cm. (22 x 10 cm. and 3 x 2 cm. study) Girl with short curly hair with hands held in front. Study of right hand. 1/38 "Q Quartered It" page. 28 x 19 cm. (22 x 13 cm. and 5 x 3 study) Girl in mobcap leans forward with utensil in right hand. Study of hand. 1/39 "Q Quartered It" page. 28 x 19 cm. (19 x 7 cm.) Girl holds plate in right hand against her side. She is the girl on the left in light blue in book. 1/40 "Q Quartered It" page. 28 x 19 cm. (14 x 20 cm.) Girl with short hair holds a plate to her side in left hand. She is the girl behind the pie in yellow and white striped dress in book. 1/41 "Q Quartered It" page 28 x 19 cm. (19 x 8 cm. and 3 small studies) Back view of girl holding plate in left hand. Study #1 is of hands; study #2 is of lowered left arm with plate; study #3 is of lowered left arm and plate. 1/42 "R Ran For It" page. 28 x 19 cm. (22 x 13 cm.) Profile of girl in gloves, running to right. 1/43 "S Sang For It" page. 28 x 19 cm. (24 x 9 cm.) Girl with right hand to chin holding dress in left hand. Girl in foreground wearing red-dotted white dress in book. 1/44 "T Took It" 28 x 19 cm. (26 x 14 cm.) Girl holds apple pie on top of her head. 1/45 "T Took It" page. 28 x 19 cm. (15 x 12 cm. and 5 studies) Short-haired girl with upraised arms. Girl in green striped dress in book. Study #1 is of back of right hand; study #2 left hand turned palm upward; study #3 head and right shoulder of girl; study #4 left forearm; study #5 back of right hand. 1/46 "T Took It" page. 28 x 19 cm. (21 x 15 cm.) Girl in mobcap, holds arms out, taking a step forward. She is girl in center with rust colored dress in book. 1/47 "UVWXYZ" page. 28 x 19 cm. (9 separate studies) Study #1 of girl in bonnet holding spoon; study #2 profile of head and right shoulder of girl; study #3 of right forearm; study #4 wrist, thumb and forefinger of left hand; study #5 parallel feet; study #6 stationary left foot and right foot on toes; study #7 bent right arm and hand; study #8 profile of right side of face; study #9 left foot resting on balls of feet. 1/48 "UVWXYZ" page. 28 x 19 cm. (8 separate studies) Study #1 of spoon in fisted right hand; Study #2 stationary feet at angle to each other; study #3 spoon held by extended fingers; study #4 spoon held by cupped fingers; study #5 spoon held in raised right hand; study #6 left thumb and forefinger; study #7 left hand with unfinished thumb; study #8 left hand holding unfinished plate. 1/49 "UVWXYZ" page. 28 x 19 cm. (21 x 9 cm.) Little girl in ruffled bonnet and bare feet, holding spoon in right hand. Studies are variants of left hand holding plate. 1/50 "K Knelt For It" page. Color proof? "R Ran For It" page. Color proof? "P Peeped In It" page. Black & white photograph of illustration without the lettering. Possibly a photo of the original. Photograph credited to Victoria & Albert Museum. Almanack for 1883 by Kate Greenaway (London: George Routledge and Sons, [1882]). 2/1 illustration, brown ink (9 x 7 cm.) Signed KG. appears on January page, top. 2/2 illustration, brown ink (5.7 x 5.5 cm.) appears on October page, bottom. 2/3 illustration, brown ink (14.5 x 13 cm.) appears on October page, top. 2/4 proof (10 x 7.5 cm.) for Summer and Autumn pages. proof (10 x 7.3 cm.) for March and April pages. Almanack for 1885 by Kate Greenaway (London: George Routledge and Sons, [1884]). 2/5 illustration, brown ink (11.5 x 9 cm.) Signed KG. used on May page (close to design) Almanack for 1887 by Kate Greenaway (London: George Routledge and Sons, [1886]). 2/6 page from published book, frontispiece. Kate Greenaway's Almanack for 1894 by Kate Greenaway (London: George Routledge & Sons, [1893]). 2/7 Proof sheet. Kate Greenaway's Almanack & Diary for 1897 by Kate Greenaway (London: J.M. Dent & Co., [1896]). 2/8 illustration, watercolor (18.5 x 11.5 cm.) Signed KG. used for January page. color photograph and negatives of illustration. photocopy of page from Sotheby & Co. auction catalogue for Tuesday, 16th June, 1964 where this illustration is described and offered for sale as #323. The April Baby's Book of Tunes with The Story of How They Came to be Written by [Mary Annette Beauchamp Russell], illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Macmillan and Co., 1900). 2/9 sketch, pencil (28 x 20 cm.) (possibly early idea for frontispiece) 2/10 sketch, pencil (19 x 14 cm.) sketches of three sets of feet from frontispiece 2/11 sketch, pencil (28 x 24 cm.) early version for "Sing a Song of Sixpence" plate facing p. 63. 2/12 sketch, pencil (19 x 14 cm.) early version of serving boy for "Sing a Song of Sixpence" plate facing p. 63. 2/13 sketch, pencil (19 x 14 cm.) serving boy for "Sing a Song of Sixpence" plate facing p. 63. 2/14 sketch, pencil (28 x 19 cm.) three girls praying, not used in book. 2/15 sketch, pencil (28 x 19 cm.) three girls having tea, not used in book. 2/16 sketch, pencil (28 x 20 cm.) three girls, one pouring water, not used in book. Around the House: Stories and Poems with illustrations by Kate Greenaway. New York: Worthington, 1888. Illustration also used on the cover of The Illustrated London News Christmas Number 1882. 2/17 drawing, pencil (33 x 28 cm.) unsigned. preliminary sketch for frontispiece. Similar to design for "Tiss Me" (Oversize. Stored in box 7/18) Baby's Birthday Book illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London, Belfast & New York: Marcus Ward & Co., [1887]). 2/18 drawing, watercolor (13 x 9.5 cm.) signed KG. Similar in design to the boy on December 5-6 page. A Day in a Child's Life illustrated by Kate Greenaway, music by Myles B. Foster (London: George Routledge and Sons, [1881]). 2/19 sketch, pencil (22 x 17 cm.) verse written at bottom. preliminary sketch for p. 20. Fairy Gifts: or, A Wallet of Wonders by Kathleen Knox, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Griffith and Farran, [1875]). 2/20 sketch, pencil (14 x 10 cm.) preliminary concept for "The Crystal Heart." 2/21 sketch, pencil (14 x 10 cm.) preliminary drawing for "The Two Leaves." Fors Clavigera: Letters to the Workmen and Labourers of Great Britain by John Ruskin (Sunnyside, Orpington Kent: George Allen, 1884). 2/22 proof, hand colored by Kate Greenaway (20.5 x 15.5 cm.) tailpiece for Letter the 95th, October 1884. Written at bottom in unknown hand "Given me by John Ruskin, May 1888 Sandgate." Purchased from Kenneth W. Rendell. photo and 2 negatives of proof. 2/23 proof, hand painted in watercolor (23 x 16 cm.) tailpiece for Letter the 95th, October 1884. caption taken from back of illustration. photograph and 2 negatives. Illustrated London News. London: Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. vol. 74. Supplement. February 15, 1879. 2/24 pencil sketch (11 x 9 cm.) of illustration "St. Valentine's Day" that appeared in Illustrated London News. Greeting card with same design. Kaspar and the Seven Wonderful Pigeons of Wurzburg by Julia Goddard, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Marcus Ward, 1876). 2/25 pencil sketch (12 x 8 cm.) in double mat 27 x 22 cm. unsigned. possibly an early sketch for p. 36. 2 black & white photographs of p. 36 "Kaspar's Dream - The Wonderful Toys" 2 black & white photographs of p. 104 "The Enchanted Princess" Kate Greenaway's Birthday Book for Children verses by Mrs. Sale Barker, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: George Routledge, [1880]). 2/26 pen & ink illustration for January 4th p. 6. "A curious little figure." (4 x 2 cm.) 2/27 pen & ink illustration for February 10th p. 18 "Little maid." (3.5 x 2.5 cm.) 2/28 pencil sketch for plate facing p. 25 "Battledore and Shuttlecock" (15.5 x 14 cm.) 2/29 pen & ink illustration for May 11th p. 49. "Paddy" (4.5 x 3 cm.) 2/30 pen & ink illustration for May 12th p. 49. "Apple blossoms." (4 x 3.5 cm.) 2/31 pen & ink illustration for May 16th p. 50. "Tulips in a Pot." (3 x 3 cm.) 2/32 pen & ink illustration for May 25th. p. 53 "Dandelion." (3 x 3 cm.) 2/33 pencil sketch for plate facing p. 56. "Tea Time" (15 x 14 cm.) 2/34 pen & ink illustration for June 26th p. 64. "Two Miss Minivers." (3 x 2.5 cm.) 2/35 pen & ink illustration for July 2nd p. 66. "Iris." (4.5 x 3.5 cm.) 2/36 pen & ink illustration for July 19th p. 72. "Funny old woman." (5 x 3.5 cm.) 2/37 pen & ink illustration for August 15th p. 81. "Proud Damsel." (5 x 2 cm.) 2/38 pen & ink illustration for August 21st p. 83. "Storm in a tea-pot." (4 x 2.5 cm.) 2/39 pencil sketch for plate facing p. 86. "Jumping Rope." (16 x 14 cm.) Language of Flowers by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1884]). 2/40 watercolor illustration for half-title page (19 x 18 cm.) signed KG. color photograph of illustration. 2/41 pencil sketch for p. 7 (13.5 x 16.5 cm.) 2/42 black & white photograph of illustration on p. 35. 2/43 printer's proof bound in red silk. Illustrations only, no text. Little Ann and other poems by Ann and Jane Taylor, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1883]). 3/1 "The Rowfant Quartos" tearsheet using illustration from dedication page in Little Ann. 3/2 pen & ink drawing using "The Good-Natured Girls" illustration from p. 21. 3/3 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. 3/4 Watercolor (29 x 25.5 cm.) based on child on p. 40. Signed. Framed. 3/5 pencil sketch (16 x 16 cm.) for "Sleepy Harry" p. 42. 3/6 pencil sketch (19 x 14 cm.) for "Pastry Cook" p. 56. Little Folks London: Cassell, Petter and Galpin. 3/7 pencil sketch for an illustration that appeared in "Hide and Seek in a Manor House" January 1879, p. 20. Melcomb Manor: A Family Chronicle by F. Scarlett Potter, [with illustrations by Kate Greenaway] (London: Marcus Ward, [1873?]). 3/8 pencil sketch (14 x 19 cm.) for "More than Kin: The Course of Love" p. 49. Mother Goose, or, The Old Nursery Rhymes illustrated by Kate Greenaway. (London: Routledge, [1881]). 3/9 pencil sketch (5 x 13.5 cm.) for "Billy Boy Blue" p. 30. The People's Magazine. London: The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. 3/10 pencil drawing (23 x 18 cm.) 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. The Pied Piper of Hamelin by Robert Browning, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1888]). 3/11 pencil sketch (19 x 14 cm.) for p. 26. 3/12 pencil studies of hands (19 x 14 cm.) for p. 39. 3/13 pen & ink drawing (18 x 13.5 cm.) for p. 60. Signed and dated Kate Greenaway 1898. The Queen of the Pirate Isle by Bret Harte, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Chatto and Windus, [1886]). 3/14 pencil sketch (14 x 19 cm.) for p. 14. Routledge's Every Girl's Annual edited by Miss Alicia A. Leith (London: George Routledge, 1878- ). 3/15 watercolor (25 x 20 cm.) used as frontispiece for 1881 edition. Three girls in front of cottage. The Royal Progress of King Pepito by Beatrice F. Cresswell, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, [1889]). 3/16 watercolor (22 x 16 cm.) for frontispiece. color photograph of illustration. 3/17 watercolor (20 x 17.5) for p. 43. color photograph of illustration. 3/18 red binder containing mats for the watercolors in folders 3/15 and 3/16. St. Nicholas Magazine 3/19 pencil sketch (12.5 x 12 cm.) used for "The Beadle Leads the Procession" vol.6, p. 395 of St. Nicholas. Turnaside Cottage by Mary Senior Clark, [illustrated by Kate Greenaway]. (London: Marcus Ward, 1875). 3/20 pencil sketch (12.5 x 19 cm.) for plate appearing between pp. 112 and 113. Under the Window by Kate Greenaway. (London: Routledge, [1878]). 3/21 pencil sketch (25 x 19 cm.) for cover. 3/22 pencil studies (12 x 20 cm.) for pp. 47 and 50 3/23 pencil sketch (7 x 6.5 cm.) for p. 55. The White Cat based on Madame d'Aulnoy's Conte la chatte blanche. London: Gall & Inglis, [1870]. 3/24 pencil sketch (28 x 23 cm.) Prince in chair. 3/25 pencil sketch (28 x 23 cm.) Prince on horseback. B. ILLUSTRATIONS NOT USED IN PUBLISHED BOOKS Pencil Studies 4/1 pencil study (19 x 14 cm.) "Dancing..." 4/2 pencil study (7.5 x 6 cm.) partial view of girl from the back 4/3 pencil study (19 x 14.5 cm.) "Cupid dancing ring" 4/4 pencil study (5 x 11.5 cm.) study of four hands 4/5 pencil study (19 x 14 cm.) studies of 4 heads, 6 arms and 1 foot. 4/6 pencil study (9.5 x 6 cm.) study of 3 heads. 4/7 pencil study (19.5 x 14.5 cm.) study of 4 arms, 2 bodies. 4/8 pencil study (19.5 x 14.5 cm.) partial profile of girl in hat. 4/9 pencil study (19 x 14 cm.) seated girl with bowl. 4/10 pencil study (9.5 x 14 cm.) boy's profile. 4/11 pencil study (10 x 26 cm.) 5 studies of musicians and instruments. 4/12 pencil study (17.5 x 17.5 cm.) mobcap. 4/13 pencil study (19 x 14 cm.) flexed arm. 4/14 pencil study (11 x 14 cm.) woman bending at waist. 4/15 pencil study (7.5 x 14 cm.) 2 studies of arms. 4/16 pencil study (8 x 12 cm.) girl in bonnet. 4/17 pencil study (19 x 14 cm.) girl's torso and two hand studies. 4/18 pencil study (10 x 6 cm.) 2 studies of women's heads. 4/19 pencil study (16.5 x 11 cm.) girl with upraised arms. 4/20 pencil study (12 x 25.5 cm.) child's head. 4/21 pencil study (8 x 13.5 cm.) study of hands. 4/22 pencil study (19 x 14 cm.) study of hands. 4/23 pencil study (7.5 x 10.5 cm.) 6 studies of shoes. 4/24 pencil study (23 x 19 cm.) 4 studies of hands; one in watercolor. 4/25 pencil study (13 x 16.5 cm.) 7 studies of forearm. 4/26 pencil study (22.5 x 10 cm.) 6 studies of hands. 4/27 pencil study (15 x 20 cm.) 7 studies of birds. On Greenaway's stationery 39, Frognal, Hampstead, N.W. 4/28 pencil study (6 x 13.5 cm.) infant. 4/29 pencil study (7 x 9.5 cm.) 4 studies of infant. 4/30 ink study (20 x 14 cm.) child's head in yellowish ink. Pencil Sketches and Drawings 4/31 pencil sketch (19 x 14 cm.) Child kneeling before animal with crown on head. 4/32 pencil sketch (19 x 14 cm.) Standing woman with arms above head. 4/33 pencil sketch (22.5 x 13.5 cm.) Woman seated at well with arms above head. 4/34 pencil sketch (19 x 14 cm.) Young girl holding umbrella. 4/35 pencil sketch (12 x 18 cm.) Seated woman and standing little girl. 4/36 pencil sketch (14 x 19 cm.) Toddler with muff and hat; two views. 4/37 pencil sketch (14 x 17 cm.) Drawings on both sides of paper. Four children at dining table; one child on chair, with two other children standing by. 4/38 pencil sketch (19 x 10.5 cm.) Seated woman sewing. 4/39 pencil sketch (7.5 x 10.5 cm.) Three young girls outside. 4/40 pencil sketch (11 x 9.5 cm.) Three girls in water with only heads showing. 4/41 pencil sketch (7.5 x 10 cm.) Two children being threatened by flying bird. 4/42 pencil sketch (16 x 13 cm.) Woman playing croquet. 4/43 pencil sketch (16 x 12.5 cm.) Woman at spinet with man looking down. 4/44 pencil sketch (13 x 18.5 cm.) Woman playing spinet with man looking on. 4/45 pencil sketch (19 x 14 cm.) Reclining man with two young girls visiting. 4/46 pencil sketch (16 x 13 cm.) Girl in bonnet with basket. Signed K.G. 4/47 pencil sketch (15.5 x 12 cm.) Seated girl with hat and umbrella. 4/48 pencil sketch (20.5 x 30 cm.) Seated woman reading to six children. 4/49 pencil sketch (20 x 35.5 cm.) Seated woman reading to six children. 4/50 pencil sketch (17 x 13 cm.) Back view of young girl in mobcap. 4/51 pencil sketch (19 x 14 cm.) "Shuttle Cock." Standing young girl with arm in the air. 4/52 pencil sketch (14 x 19.5 cm.) Man in bed visited by man and woman. 4/53 pencil sketch (25 x 16 cm.) sketch of smock dress. 4/54 pencil sketch (19 x 14 cm.) Young boy holding feather. 4/55 pencil sketch (17 x 12 cm.) Young girl in hat. 5/1 pencil sketch (14 x 19 cm.) Four men, two in academic regalia. 5/2 pencil sketch (19 x 14 cm.) Seated boy. 5/3 pencil sketch (12.5 x 18 cm.) Side view of standing young girl. 5/4 pencil sketch (28.5 x 19.5 cm.) Woman with child on her shoulders. 5/5 pencil sketch (12.5 x 19 cm.) Five children walking in a line. 5/6 pencil sketch (28 x 19 cm.) "The Little Mermaid." 5/7 pencil sketch with watercolor (28 x 19 cm.) "Little Tiny." Notes in Kate Greenaway's hand say this is for a Hans Andersen tale. 5/8 pencil sketch (8 x 7 cm.) Little girl with plumed hat and fan. 5/9 pencil sketch (19 x 28 cm.) King counting his gold. 5/10 pencil sketch (19 x 14 cm.) Woman playing flute. 5/11 pencil sketch (13.5 x 10 cm.) Side view of woman in hat holding umbrella. 5/12 pencil sketch (11.5 x 9 cm.) Side view of young girl with hat. Signed and dated KG 1896. 5/13 pencil drawing (12.5 x 9 cm.) "Prince Lion." 5/14 pencil drawing (12 x 8 cm.) Young girl with folded hands. 5/15 pencil sketch (25.5 x 29 cm.) "The apples are not yet full grown." 5/16 pencil sketch (19 x 14 cm.) partial sketch of girl with outstretched arm. 5/17 pencil sketch (11 x 7.5 cm.) Girl with hat and muff, no face details. 5/18 pencil sketch (28 x 22.5 cm.) Side view of woman seated on stool. 5/19 pencil sketch (12 x 9 cm.) Girl in caped coat with bonnet. Signed K.G. 5/20 pencil sketch (19.5 x 17 cm.) Boy and girl dancing with clasped hands. 5/21 pencil sketch (18 x 16.5 cm.) Girl looking out window. 5/22 pencil sketch (21 x 16.5 cm.) "Endymion." 5/23 pencil sketch (18 x 11 cm.) Girl in coat and hat. 5/24 pencil sketch (8 x 6 cm.) Two young children kissing under the mistletoe. 5/25 pencil sketch (29 x 19.5 cm.) Girls dancing among trees. 5/26 pencil sketch (14.5 x 12.5 cm.) Boy sitting with crossed legs. 5/27 pencil sketch (19 x 14 cm.) Seated man with hand at chin. 5/28 pencil sketch (19 x 14 cm.) Boy carrying sticks. 5/29 pencil sketch (23.5 x 19.5) Girl with watering can. 5/30 pencil sketch (8 x 7.5 cm.) Young seated child. 5/31 pencil sketch (22 x 18 cm.) Girl lying on floor. 5/32 pencil sketch (19 x 11 cm.) "Sweethearts." 5/33-5/36 pencil sketches produced for a version of Hans Christian Andersen's "What the Moon Saw." The book was never published. 5/33 pencil sketch (28 x 22.5 cm.) Boy standing in an enclosure holding a stick. 5/34 pencil sketch (26 x 22.5 cm.) Seated woman with young girl. 5/35 pencil sketch (28 x 22 cm.) Little girl in the trees. 5/36 pencil sketch (28 x 22.5 cm.) Young girl with chickens. 5/37-5/39 pencil sketches produced for "The Book of Girls" which was never published. 5/37 pencil sketch (22.5 x 16.5 cm.) Side view of young woman in garden. 5/38 pencil sketch (25 x 13.5 cm.) Back view of woman in orchard waving. Has hand written verse "Behold a goddess of the apple and pear...." 5/39 pencil sketch (22.5 x 16.5 cm.) Three girls with arms around each other. Handwritten caption "Sisters they are." 6/1 pencil sketch (26.5 x 19.5 cm.) Has handwritten 3 stanza verse beginning "Oh she has gone a sailing..." 6/2 pencil sketch (28 x 19 cm.) Has handwritten verse beginning "Little One of Angel Race..." Entitled "To a Little Italian Girl" 6/3 pencil sketch (30 x 22.5 cm.) Has handwritten verse beginning "Yes she has white and she was still..." 6/4 ink sketch (18 x 13 cm.) Has handwritten comments "I think the bonnets must have been rather pretty sometimes..." A partial letter to John Ruskin see Spielmann, M.H. and Layard, G.S. Kate Greenaway p. 217. 6/5 ink drawing (25 x 19.5 cm.) Signed K.G. Child sitting on stool by fence. 6/6 ink drawing on envelope (8.5 x 10.5 cm.) Cat and bird in tree. "Miss Lily" written on envelope in KG's hand. Envelope addressed to Lily Evans. See Spielmann and Layard Kate Greenaway p. 107. 6/7 ink drawings (18 x 25 cm.) Titled "Ella" dated 1879. 21 different drawings of young girl's head on one piece of paper. 6/8 ink drawing (13 x 8 cm.) Back view of two girls with toys in foreground. Signed K.G. 6/9 ink drawing (9 x 6.5 cm.) Girl with racquet in hand. Signed KG. 6/10 ink drawing (6.5 x 4.5 cm.) Girl with flowers in hand. Signed KG. 6/11 ink drawing (14.5 x 13 cm.) Side view of girl sitting on stool. Signed KG. 6/12 ink drawing (6 x 4 cm.) Boy carrying two baskets. Signed KG. 6/13 ink drawing ( 10.5 x 8 cm.) Side view of girl with umbrella. Signed KG. 6/14 ink drawing (10.5 x 8 cm.) Side view of girl carrying small hoop. Signed KG. 6/15 ink drawing (8 x 5 cm.) Girl in field. Signed KG. 6/16 ink drawing (7 x 5.5 cm.) Girl holding tree branch. Signed KG. 6/17 ink drawing (11.5 x 9 cm.) Girl carrying flowers inside floral oval border. Signed KG. 6/18 ink drawing (7 x 11.5 cm.) Three girls hand-in-hand. Signed KG. 6/19 ink drawing (8 x 5 cm.) Side view of girl with cap. Signed KG. 6/20 ink drawing (9 x 6.5 cm.) Girl in dotted dress carrying bundle with hand on hip. Signed KG. 6/21 ink drawing (6.5 x 6 cm.) Side view of girl holding small branch. 6/22 ink drawing (5.5 x 4.5 cm.) Girl seated on bench. Signed KG. 6/23 watercolor (12 x 12 cm.) "The story without an end." Signed KG. Color photograph of drawing. 6/24 watercolor (12 x 10 cm.) Side view of woman in white dress with blue sash. Signed and dated KG Xmas 1882. 6/25 watercolor (14 x 19 cm.) Border of green leaves with blue ribbon. 6/26 watercolor (14.5 x 11.5 cm.) Boy sitting on ledge with suspenders. Color photo of drawing. 6/27 watercolor (23.5 x 19.5 cm.) Girl in blue carrying long candle. Color photo of drawing. 6/28 watercolor (25.5 x 19.5 cm.) Mother holding hand of child. Signed KG. 6/29 watercolor (15.5 x 11.5 cm.) Girl in pink striped dress playing shuttlecock. Signed KG. Color photo of drawing. 6/30 watercolor (9.5 x 14 cm.) Stooped older woman with 2 young girls. Signed KG. 6/31 watercolor (13.5 x 9 cm.) Boy and girl with butterfly. Signed KG. 6/32 watercolor (10 x 7 cm.) Girl with lamb and flower garland. Signed KG. 6/33 watercolor (13.5 x 8.5 cm.) Girl and goose with berries in foreground. Signed KG. 6/34 watercolor (13 x 9 cm.) Girl and boy dancing in oval vignette. Signed KG. 6/35 watercolor (14 x 9.5 cm.) Two girls and stone wall in oval vignette. Signed KG. 6/36 watercolor (14 x 9.5 cm.) Girl picking flowers in oval vignette. Signed KG. 6/37 watercolor (14 x 9.5 cm.) Girl feeding cat, in oval vignette. Signed KG. 6/38 watercolor (11 x 7.5) Girl and boy fishing. Signed KG. 6/39 watercolor (13 x 9 cm.) Boy climbing apple tree, girl on ground. Signed KG. 6/40 watercolor (13.5 x 9 cm.) Girl with pitchfork. Signed KG. 6/41 watercolor (13 x 8.5 cm.) Girl with rake. Signed KG. 6/42 watercolor (12 x 8 cm.) Kneeling girl picking flowers, boy standing with her. Signed KG. 6/43 watercolor (13.5 x 9 cm.) Girl and boy playing in snow. Signed KG. 6/44 pastel (17.5 x 14.5 cm.) Profile of auburn haired woman in oval. Signed KG. Color photo of drawing. 6/45 Ink and watercolor (10 x 14 cm.) In mat. Three girls hand-in-hand. Signed KG. 6/46 pencil, pastel and watercolor (11 x 21 cm.) Three women with flower garlands. Titled "Welcome." Signed and dated KG 7 May 1885. 6/47 watercolor (19.5 x 13 cm.) Mother walking with son and daughter. Color photo of drawing. 6/48 watercolor (15.5 x 12.5 cm.) Girl in red coat with muff. Signed and dated KG 1894. Color photo of drawing. 6/49 watercolor (24 x 19 cm.) Girl in pink and white coat with muff. Signed and dated KG 1896. 6/50 watercolor (13 x 8.5 cm.) Mermaid in oval vignette. Signed KG. 6/51 watercolor (28 x 19 cm.) "Little dead girl" Four stanza verse in KGs hand. (One of a set of three). 6/52 watercolor (28 x 19 cm.) "God called to you and you left us..." 4 stanza verse in KGs hand. (One of a set of three). 6/53 watercolor (28 x 19 cm.) "Dead." Seven stanza verse in KGs hand. (One of a set of three). Color plate of this drawing. 6/54 watercolor (23.5 x 19 cm.) "Dotty Dimple." 2 stanza verse in KG's hand. Signed KG 6/55 watercolor (13 x 17 cm.) Two children leading an angel. Signed: Kate Greenaway Oct. 1892. color photograph and negative of photo. 6/56 watercolor (7 x 8 cm.) Boy carrying basket with a goose. color photograph of illustration. 7/1 ink drawing (6 x 7.5 cm.) matted in oval gilt frame (15 x 16.5 cm.)inscription on back: "1882. Drawn for the first Programme of the concert-recitation parties given by the M.H. Spielmanns at 16 Porchester Terrace, W. 1881 onwards." 7/2 pencil sketch (34.5 x 32.5 cm.) Girl sitting on chair sleeping. A vertical tear, which has been repaired, extends through the right side of the sketch. Purchased from Kenneth W. Rendell. 7/3 charcoal drawing (54 x 38 cm.) Woman dancing with very young child. Purchased from Kenneth W. Rendell. 7/4 pencil drawing (34 x 51 cm.) sketch of a chair and a couch. 7/5 pencil sketch (36 x 25 cm.) sketch of a dress, a mobcap, and a shoe. 7/6 pencil sketch (24 x 45 cm.) "Girls on the Cliffs Twilight" 11 girls of various ages standing in a field of flowers. Contains pencil notations by KG. Purchased from Kenneth W. Rendell. 7/7 pencil sketch (39 x 28 cm.) Five children singing . 7/8 pencil sketch (38 x 40 cm.) Group of ten children in front of house. Notes in KG's hand at bottom indicate the colors for each child's clothing. 7/9 pencil sketch (31 x 60 cm.) "The Spring Has/Is Come" Ten children in a country setting are gathering flowers. Purchased from Kenneth W. Rendell. 7/10 pencil drawing (23 x 39 cm.) Group of 12 people on the lawn, some playing croquet, some having tea. Caption on separate sheet of paper "No. 1. They were having tea, the old queens and the prince's one of the princes came up to her with a cup." Gives Kate Greenaway's name and address in Islington. 7/11 pencil drawing (24 x 39 cm.) Group of 12 people on the lawn, some playing croquet, others feeding birds or drinking tea. This illustration is mentioned in Kate Greenaway by Rodney Engen (Harmony Books, 1976) p. 56. 7/12 pencil drawing (12 x 21 cm.) Group of 6 people on lawn. 7/13 watercolor (41 x 29 cm.) Seated brown haired boy in green smock. color photograph and negatives of drawing. 7/14 watercolor (34 x 27 cm.) "The Voice of Nature" Girl in green smock leaning against tree. color photo and negatives of drawing. 7/15 pencil sketch (35 x 28 cm.) Woman in hooded cape with verse in KG's hand: "Mother of God, oh Mother divine..." 7/16 watercolor (26 x 37 cm.) forest scene of trees. 7/17 watercolor, mounted (45 x 35 cm.) actual illustration is 22.5 x 16.5 cm. signed KG. Designed for use in an edition of "Gulliver's Travels." color photograph 7/18 pencil sketch from Around the House. 7/19 photographs and other reproductions of watercolors and drawings (13 items) 7/20 photographs and other reproductions of watercolors and drawings (16 items) 7/21 "Tiss Me" described in 13/10. 7/22 watercolor (67 x 51 cm.) Girl standing in front of well with arms crossed. Unfinished design. Permanently framed, hanging in the Exhibit Room. 7/23 watercolor (48 x 68 cm.) Five girls on fence. Unfinished design. Permanently framed, hanging in the Exhibit Room. 7/24 watercolor (55 x 41 cm.) Girl in pink. Probably a portrait. Permanently framed, hanging in the Exhibit Room. C. MANUSCRIPTS 8/1 Manuscript. "You I will follow..." 3 stanza verse 8/2 Manuscript. "Sonnet. Take him if you so will it..." 4 stanza verse. Typed transcription. 8/3 Manuscript. "Stronger than Fate." 7 stanza verse. 8/4 Manuscript. Three poems. The first begins "I lean from out my windows..." The second begins "When all the day was filled with light..." The third, titled Double Sonnet, begins "Into the midnight sky..." 8/5 Manuscript. "Between me and the moon..." 3 stanza verse. 8/6 Manuscript. "Nothing to do but to part, dear..." 11 stanza verse with stanzas 6-8 crossed-out. 8/7 Manuscript. "Shall fate be strong..." 3 stanza verse. 8/8 Manuscript. "I saw the white flowers stand against the afterglow..." 8/9 Manuscript. "Song of a Doll." Six pages bearing some book titles? With page numbers. 8/10 Manuscript. "Sonnet." Beautiful lady lying white and prone... 4 stanza verse. Accompanies the watercolors in 6/51-6/53. Typed transcription. 8/11 Manuscript. "I know not how it can be..." Numbered verses 9, 10, 11, 5, 6. 8/12 Manuscript. And all the sudden winds came out..." Numbered verses 2, 3, 4, 7,8. Written on mourning stationery. 8/13 Manuscript. Lines of verses attributed to Matthew Arnold, Christina Rosetti, and William Wordsworth. 8/14 Manuscript. "A Short Account of a Boy of Guile and the Pigsty." Cover with illustration and title, page 1 "Oh little girlee..." illustration and text, page 2 "And they played awhile..." illustration and text, page 3 "Oh, little girlee..." illustration and text, page 4 "Oh the pig sty..." illustration and text, page 6 "And little boyyee..." illustration and text, page 10 "Now little boyyee..." illustration and text, page 11 "And he left her there..." illustration and text, page 12 "And in the picture..." illustration and text. "The Boy of Guile and the Pig Sty" Verses 1-13 on 5 pages, handwritten, no illustrations. One folded page bearing handwritten verses 1-13; One page with handwritten verses 3 and 12. Typed transcription of verses. D. CORRESPONDENCE 8/15 autograph letter signed. 1 p. (15 x 10 cm.) To Mrs. [Edmund] Evans from KG dated Saturday. 8/16 autograph letter signed. 4 pp. on 1 folded leaf (15 x 10 cm.) To Mrs. [Edmund] Evans from KG dated Tuesday. 8/17 autograph letter signed. 1 p. (15 x 10 cm.) To Mrs. Lutyens from KG dated Monday. 8/18 autograph letter signed. 4 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (15 x 10 cm.) To Miss Harrison from KG at Witley. ca. 1879-1884. 8/19 autograph postcard signed. 1 p. (16 x 12 cm.) To Lily Evans from KG. ca. 1877-1883. 8/20 autograph letter signed. 4 pp. on 1 folded leaf with envelope. (14 x 9 cm.) To Ada [Evans] from KG dated Wednesday. ca. 1877-1880. 8/21 autograph letter signed. 4 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (15 x 10 cm.) To [Edmund] Evans from KG. ca. 1878-1884. 8/22 autograph letter signed. 1 p. (15 x 10 cm.) To Dear Sir from KG at Holloway. ca. 1878-1884. 8/23 autograph letter signed. 4 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (14 x 9 cm.) To Herbert [Evans] from KG dated Sunday Evening. ca. 1879-1884. 8/24 autograph letter signed. 1 p. (14 x 9 cm.) To Dear Madam from KG at Holloway dated 29 December 1880. 8/25 autograph letter signed. 2 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (14 x 10 cm.) To Mrs. Coonley from KG at Holloway dated 3 May 1881. 8/26 autograph letter signed. 1 p. (15 x 10 cm.) To Miss Eveline M. Burnblum from KG at Holloway dated 27 November 1882. 8/27 autograph receipt signed. 1 p. (15 x 10 cm.) 8/28 autograph letter signed. 1 p. (15 x 10 cm.) To Miss Osborn from KG at Holloway dated 9 January 1883. 8/29 royalty statement 1 p. (16.5 x 21 cm.) To Miss K. Greenaway in account with Edmund Evans dated May 15, 1883. 8/30 autograph postcard signed. 1 p. (12 x 7.5 cm.) To Mrs. Edmund Evans at Witley from KG dated Tuesday [May 18, 1886]. **Note: on February 16, 1885, Kate Greenaway moved from Holloway to Hampstead. 8/31 autograph letter signed. 1 p. (15.5 x 10 cm.) To Sir from KG at Hampstead dated 30 March 1888. 8/32 autograph letter signed. 1 p. (15.5 x 10 cm.) To Mrs. Shaw from KG at Hampstead dated 22 September 1888. 8/33 autograph letter signed. 1 p. (15 x 10 cm.) To Wolcott Bolester, Jr. for KG at Hampstead dated 27 November 1889. 8/34 autograph letter signed. 13 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (15 x 10.5 cm.) To Lady Lindsay from KG at Hampstead dated 28 January 1890. 8/35 autograph letter signed. 4 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (15 x 10 cm.) To Helen from KG at Hampstead dated Good Friday [April 4] 1890. 8/36 autograph letter signed. 2 pp. on 1 leaf. (15 x 10 cm.) To Miss Ritchie from KG at Hampstead dated August 1890. ** Note: Kate Greenaway's father died August 26, 1890. 8/37 autograph letter signed. 2 pp. on 1 leaf. (16 x 10 cm.) To M.H. Heinds(?) from KG at Hampstead dated 2 January 1891 on mourning stationery. 8/38 autograph letter signed. 3 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (15 x 10 cm.) To Lily [Evans] from KG at Hampstead dated 21 January ca. 1891-93. 8/39 autograph letter signed. 2 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (15 x 10 cm.) To Lady Lindsay from KG at Witley Surrey dated 29 April 1892. 8/40 autograph postcard signed. 1 p. (11 x 7.5 cm.) To Mrs. Miller from KG at Hampstead dated Saturday [12 November 1892]. 8/41 autograph letter signed. 2 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (15 x 10 cm.) To [Marion Harry] Spielman[n] from KG at Hampstead dated 14 February 1894. 8/42 autograph letter signed. 2 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (15.5 x 10 cm.) To Madam from KG at Hampstead dated 16 March 1894. On mourning stationery. 8/43 autograph letter signed. 4 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (15 x 10 cm.) To Mary from KG from Woodend Bournemontts dated 27 September 1894. On mourning stationery. 8/44 autograph letter signed. 1 p. (15.5 x 10 cm.) To Lady Lindsay from KG at Hampstead dated 12 October 1894. On mourning stationery. 8/45 autograph letter signed. 2 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (15.5 x 10 cm.) To Mr. [Edward] Bok from KG at Hampstead dated 21 December 1894. On mourning stationery. [This letter was written to Edward Bok, publisher of The Ladies Home Journal and refers to a series of illustrations Kate Greenaway agreed to do for poems by Laura Richards which appeared in the Journal from April 1895 through November 1896]. 8/46 autograph letter signed. 3 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (18 x 11.5 cm.) To Dolly from KG at Hampstead dated 28 September 1895. 8/47 autograph letter signed. 4 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (15.5 x 10 cm.) With envelope. To Lady Maria [Ponsonby] from KG at Hampstead dated 26 July 1897. 8/48 autograph letter signed. 1 p. (15 x 10 cm.) To Wilfred [Evans] from KG at Hampstead dated 15 February 1899. 8/49 autograph letter signed. 3 pp. on 1 folded leaf. With envelope. To Lady Maria [Ponsonby] from KG at Hampstead dated 16 November 1900. Purchased by Mrs. Willey from Goodspeed's Book Shop in Boston on December 20, 1968 for $45. 8/50 autograph letter signed. 4 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (15 x 10 cm.) To Lady Dorothy from KG at Hampstead dated 28 December 1900. 8/51 autograph letter signed. 2 pp. on 1 folded leaf (15 x 10 cm.) To Dear Sir from KG at Hampstead dated 30 May 1901. Purchased from Howard S. Mott, Sheffield, Mass. ** Note: Kate Greenaway died November 6, 1901. 8/52 letters written to Mrs. R.L. McPhail and Mrs. Joseph Willey, both Kate Greenaway collectors. These letters are written to them in response to research inquires they made of various publishers, libraries, book dealers, etc. 40 pieces dated from 22 October 1947 to 6 May 1963. E. WOODBLOCKS Marigold Garden by Kate Greenaway. (London: Routledge, [1885]). 9/1-9/12 Woodblocks engraved by Edmund Evans used to print p.10 "To the Sun Door." 9/1 Key block. 9/2 [Sun] red block. 9/3 [Sun] pink block. 9/4 [Sun] yellow block. 9/5 [Sun] green block. 9/6 [Flower, lower right] red block. 9/7 [Flower, lower right] yellow block. 9/8 [Flower, lower right] green block. 9/9 [Flower, lower left] red block. 9/10 [Flower, lower left] yellow block. 9/11 [Flower, lower left] green block. 9/12 [Clouds and flowers] Stereotype plate. 10/1-10/6 Woodblocks engraved by Edmund Evans used to print p.53 "Child's Song." 10/1 Key block. 10/2 Red block. 10/3 Pink block. 10/4 Yellow block. 10/5 Blue block. 10/6 Stereotype plate. 10/7-10/11 Woodblocks engraved by Edmund Evans used to print half-title page. 10/7 Key block. 10/8 Green block. 10/9 Pink block. 10/10 Blue block. 10/11 Yellow block. 11/1-11/4 Woodblocks engraved by Edmund Evans used to print p. 50 "Baby Mine." 11/1 Yellow block. 11/2 Red block. 11/3 Pink block. 11/4 Green block. 11/5-11/9 Woodblocks engraved by Edmund Evans used to print p. 33 "Happy Days." 11/5 [flowers] pink block. 11/6 [flowers] yellow block. 11/7 [flowers] stereotype plate. 12/1 [girls] pink block. 12/2 [girls] yellow block. 12/3 [girls] red block. 12/4 [girls] stereotype plate. 12/5 key block. F. PRINTS 13/1 print of ink drawing (22 x 15.5 cm.) young girl with outstretched arm. 13/2 print of ink drawing (25.5 x 18 cm.) young boy and girl with dog on leash. 13/3 print of ink drawing (28.5 x 20.5 cm.) young girl titled "Baby Lily" signed and dated KG 1884. 13/4 print of ink drawing (28 x 20.5 cm.) young girl in coat and hat with a muff. 13/5 print of ink drawing (28 x 20.5 cm.) two young children in a field. signed KG 13/6 proof of engraving (52 x 34 cm.) "Grandma's School Days" engraved by T.L. Atkinson in London. Published November 1, 1881 by Thomas McLean, 7 Haymarket. copyright registered. 13/7 colored print (28 x 41 cm.) "The Young Fisherfolk." Prints of this painting are rare. 13/8 Marigold Garden a portfolio of proofs of wood engravings in colour by Edmund Evans for Kate Greenaway. 5 proofs in folder (33 x 41 cm.). 13/9 print (51 x 41 cm.) contains 12 illustrations that appeared in The Ladies Home Journal. 13/10 print (54 x 35 cm.) "Tiss Me." from a picture by Kate Greenaway. (oversize - stored in box 7/21) 13/11 Queen Victoria's Jubilee Garland proof sheets (2) 13/12 hand colored prints by Kate Greenaway cur from a book (2 pieces) 13/13 sheet of designs from Marigold Garden (5 pp.) 13/14 "Little Men and Women" a portfolio of designs taken from KG books. advertisements for the prints 13/15 Stone lithograph print from Under the Window 13/16 Unidentified prints (8 pieces) G. MAGAZINE, NEWSPAPER, AND BOOK BASED REPRODUCTIONS AND PHOTOGRAPHS Kate Greenaway's Almanack for 1894 (London: Routledge, [1893]). 14/1 b&w photo of original watercolor. Babyland 14/2 photograph of seated child. The illustration was used as the frontispiece in the January 1881 issue and the March 1881 issue of Babyland. Titled "Little Brown Maiden" and "Miss Rosebud." The original illustration is owned by Margaret Lothrop, daughter of Margaret Sidney, Concord, Massachusetts. Cassell's Magazine 14/3 "Babette" illustration by KG on p. 225. A Day in a Child's Life illustrated by Kate Greenaway, music by Myles B. Foster. (London: Routledge, [1881]) 14/4 b&w photographs for frontispiece, title page, 14, and 17. The English Illustrated Magazine 14/5 "A Sailor's Wife" frontispiece used in volume 12 (October 1894 - March 1895). (2 copies of plate taken from book). "Primroses" plate facing p. 299 used in volume 20 (October 1898 - March 1899). plate taken from book. Girl's Own Annual 14/6 plates used for frontispiece and title page for 1887 volume 8. 14/7 plates used for frontispiece and title page for 1891 volume 12. Girl's Own Paper 14/8 plates used for frontispiece for 1901 volume 23. The Graphic 14/9 photograph and page cut from magazine for "Birthday Tea" 7 April 1877. page cut from magazine for "Among the Buttercups..." Summer 1878. Harper's Bazaar 14/10 page cut from magazine for "Our Babies Among the Buttercups" 27 July 1878 p. 484. Harper's Magazine 14/11 page cut from magazine. vol. 63 #377. Harper's Young People 14/12-14/17 pages cut from magazine 14/12 "One Hundred Years Ago" 30 December 1879 p. 81 (same illustration is also titled "Darby and Joan") "The Months" 19 October 1880, p. 752-53. [children flying kite] 2 November 1880. "Pinafore Rhymes" 24 May 1881 p. 477. "A Little Flower Missionary" 8 August 1881. "Ready to Serve" 7 June 1881. "Nursery Rhymes" 8 November 1881 p. 29. "Nursery Rhymes" 15 November 1881 p. 45. 14/13 "Sleeping in the Meadow" 28 February 1882. "School is Out!" 23 May 1882 p. 477. "Just out of Bed" 13 June 1882 p. 528. "Winter when Grandpa was Young" 2 January 1883 p. 144. "Oh, the Merry, merry Spring-time" 3 April 1883 p. 340. "Grandmamma's School-days" 8 April 1883 p. 361. "Home Beauty" 26 June 1883 p. 541. "There's Merry Laughter in the Field..." 24 July 1883 p. 596. "Every Season Hath its Pleasure..." 18 September 1883 p. 724. [set of nine illustrations with verses] 30 October 1883. (2 copies) "Naughty Jim" 30 October 1883. 14/14 [Months] 1 January 1884 (2 pieces) "Summer and Winter" 29 January 1884 "The Baby's Dance" 5 February 1884 "Louie" 8 April 1884 "The Quartette" 29 April 1884 "The Sprinkling Pot" 22 April 1884 14/15 "Grandpa's Picture at your Age" 6 May 1884 "Here we Come!" 13 May 1884 "A Holiday" 18 May 1884 "Out of Doors" 29 April 1884 "Prince Charming and the Princess Loo" 3 June 1884 14/16 "The Merry May" 13 May 1884 "A Morning Nap" 27 May 1884 "Five little girls at School" 24 November 1885 "Oh what shall my blue eyes..." 15 December 1885 "The Four Princesses" 29 December 1885 "Happy Autumn Days" 13 October 1885 14/17 "January" 4 January 1887 "February" 1 February 1887 "March" 1 March 1887 "April" 5 April 1887 "May" 3 May 1887 "June" 7 June 1887 "July" 5 July 1887 "August" 2 August 1887 "September" 6 September 1887 "October" 4 October 1887 "November" 1 November 1887 "December" 13 December 1887 The Illustrated London News 14/18 "Little Loves at Christmas-Tide" December 1877 Christmas number. 14/19 "Darby and Joan" 23 March 1878 photograph of illustration 14/20 "Christmas at Little-Peopleton Manor" December 1879 Christmas number. (12 pieces) 14/21 [girl holding holly] December 1880 Christmas number. "Sir Roger De Coverley" 1879 description of the dance. 14/22 "St. Valentine's Day" 15 February 1879 (15 pieces) Ladies Home Journal 15/1 "Kate Greenaway's April Children" April 1895 p. 13. verses by Laura E. Richards. "In Springtime" May 1896. verses by Laura E. Richards. "The Picnic Tea" November 1896 p. 13. verses by Laura E. Richards. "In Springtime" reproduced in Chicago Sunday Tribune December 30, 1956. "Kate Greenaway's Little Tots" March 1895, p. 31. "The Writers for The Ladies Home Journal for 1895" December 1894. Little Ann and other Poems by Jane and Ann Taylor, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1882]). 15/2 black & white photographs of pp. 38, 40. Little Folks 15/3 "Silent in amaze" 1876 p. 199. "Five little maidens pacing round" 1876 p. 200. "With downcast eyes and look demure" 1876 p. 200. "The coffee pot was most polite" 1876 p. 201. "A dreadful monster met him there" 1876 p. 201. 15/4 "Margery and the brownie" 1877 p. 92. [side view of little girl] 1877 p. 228. 15/5 [girl holding doll] 1878 p. 178. [girl adjusting boy's shirt] 1878 p. 240. "Taking their supper" 1878 p. 240. "I am tired of the road, Olive..." 1878 p. 241. "It bubbled round their feet..." 1878 p. 244. "Clasped her arms round him" 1878 p. 245. [boy in partial side view] 1878 p. 282. "Took the dry burning little hand" 1878 p. 284. "They were sitting together..." 1878 p. 285. "The story of Bullerbasius" 1878 p. 336. 15/6 "Sarley listens" 1879 p. 22. "A new holiday game" 1879 p. 204. 15/7 [group of children in a field] 1880 p. 112. "Rob, Roly and Rick" 1880 p. 232. Little Miss Wide Awake 15/8 "Plain or pretty?" 1880 p. 144-45. Little Wide Awake 15/9 "Little Miss Patty" 1880 frontispiece? (2 copies) "Gathering flowers in May" 1880 pp. 135-37. 15/10 "Children of the week" 1881. (illustration also found in Every Girls Annual 1880). "A morning call" 1881 frontispiece? 15/11 "Prissy" 1882 (on cover, also plate in color) London Lyrics by Frederick Locker, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Chiswick Press, 1881). 15/12 photocopy of tailpiece to the privately printed edition. 1881 Marigold Garden by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1885]). 15/13 b&w photograph. "We went out with Grandmamma" p. 17. magazine ad for a Minton tile. "In an apple tree" p. 25. full color plate mounted on linen. "Willy and his sister" p. 30. Mildred's Mistake 15/14 b&w photographs from plates in book (4) The Pall Mall Christmas "Extra" 1884 15/15 "The Princess dancing" p. 44. "Bebel and the dwarf" p. 45. Routledge's Christmas Number 1882 15/16 "Little Fanny" color plate. Routledge's Every Girl's Annual 15/17 color plate for 1879 frontispiece and title page. color frontispiece 1880 color title page 1880 color title page 1881 color frontispiece 1882 15/18 "Painting on Glass" pp. 444-49. "Children of the week" Royal Chatterbox 15/19 "Three home rulers" St. Nicholas 15/20 endpapers for magazine. 15/21 "Christmas card" December 1877 p. 91. 15/22 "New Year card" January 1878 p. 182. 15/23 "Children's day at St. Paul's" January 1879 pp.148-55. 15/24 "Calling the flowers" March 1879 pp. 332-33. 15/25 "Beating the bounds" April 1879 pp. 389-395. 15/26 "The little big woman and the big little girl" April 1879 p.383. 15/27 "The family with whom everything went wrong" November 1879 pp. 32-34. 15/28 "I know a little maiden..." November 1879 p. 23. 15/29 "The true story of St. Nicholas" December 1882 pp. 23-30. Sunshine for Little Children with illustrations by Kate Greenaway (Philadelphia: Sunshine Publishing Co., [1888]). 15/30 Cover. Wide Awake 15/31 "The Ruskin May-day at Whitelands College" June 1882 pp. 340-45. (Kate Greenaway designed the May Queen's dress this year.) 15/32 "Kate Greenaway" by Margaret Sidney. July 1883 pp. 83-84. H. ARTICLES ABOUT KATE GREENAWAY 16/1 "Art in the Home and in the School: a Selection from the Child-types of Kate Greenaway" by Irene Sargent. The Craftsman February 1905 (volume 7 #5) pp. 519-29. (2 copies) 16/2 "Kate Greenaway the Artist: A Review and an Estimate" by M.H. Spielmann and G.S. Layard. The Critic December 1905 pp. 498-506. 16/3 "Three Christmas Fairies" (from The Pall Mall Christmas Extra) by Miss Kate Greenaway. The Critic 31 January 1885 pp. 57-58. 16/4 "Little Old Lady in Black" by John Connell. The Evening News 22 January 1951. 16/5 "The Children's Artist" by Margaret Huish. Everybody's Weekly 23 March 1946 p. 15. 16/6 "Kate Greenaway" by Sydney W. Hart. Islington Gazette 24 June 1952. 16/7 "A Pioneer Friend of Children" by Clarence R. Athearn. The Journal of the National Education Association December 1924 (vol. 13 #10) pp. 345, 349. 16/8 "A Glimpse of Kate Greenaway" by Ethel Mackenzie McKenna. Ladies Home Journal February 1892. 16/9 "The Children's Artist" The Literary Digest 7 December 1901, p. 716. 16/10 "Permanent Qualities of Kate Greenaway's Art" Literary Digest vol. 32 #4 p. 119. 16/11 "Picture Book Children, Old and New" Los Angeles Sunday Times 7 April 1907. 16/12 "The Creator of the Kate Greenaway Child" by E.M. Dole. The Mentor December 1923 p. 38. (2 copies). 16/13 "The Art of Kate Greenaway" by Edgar Osborne National Book League April 1946, pp. 18-19. 16/14 "Childhood's Magic Lives in this Treasury" by Alison Barnes Saturday Night (Toronto Canada) 12 July 1949, p. 15. 16/15 "In the Nursery" by Margaret Lane The Strand March 1949 pp. 52-61. 16/16 "Your Page and Mine" Woman's Friend 17 March 1950, p. 3. 16/17 "What Is so Rare" by George J.C. Grasberger. 16/18 [Obituary] The Youth's Companion 28 November 1901 p. 632. 16/19 "Kate Greenaway" by Arthur Guiterman. 16/20 "Miss Kate Greenaway" [obituary] Illustrated London News 30 November 1901. 16/21 "Greenaway Land: A Fairyland Full of Beautiful Children" by Marcia Winn. Chicago Sunday Tribune 17 March 1946. 16/22 "Kate Greenaway Medal" Daily Telegraph 3 April 1957. 16/23 [obituary] The Current Encyclopedia 15 December 1901. 16/24 "Kate Greenaway, Friend of Children" by Oliver Locker-Lampson. The Century Magazine December 1907. 16/25 "Frederick Locker" Century Magazine February 1883. pp. 594-98. 16/26 "Birket Foster: English Artist" by Isobel Gordon. Hobbies March 1953, pp. 50-51. (2 copies) 16/27 "Some Victorian Illustrations" by Janet Kinsman. Hobbies January 1953. pp. 42, 59, 60. 16/28 "Kate Greenaway's Hampstead" by Carroll Alton Means. Hobbies March 1952. pp. 60, 61, 63. (2 copies) 16/29 "Kate Greenaway - Fairy Limner" by Agnes L. Sasscier. Hobbies August 1950. pp. 16, 17, 25, 39. (2 copies) 16/30 "Enchanted Land" by Dorothy Albaugh Stickell. The American Antiques Journal November 1949. p. 10. 16/31 "A Greenaway Day at the Philadelphia Free Library" by Agnes Sasscier. Hobbies September 1954. pp. 126-27. (2 copies) 16/32 "Kate Greenaway: In Memoriam" by M.H. Spielmann. Magazine of Art January 1902. pp. 118-23. 16/33 "Art in the Nursery" Magazine of Art January 1883. 16/34 "Edmund Evans Color Printer Extraordinary" by Jacqueline Overton. 16/35 "Greenaway Children Bow to ‘46" by Dorothea Kahn. The Christian Science Monitor 16 March 1946. 16/36 [Kate Greenaway Centennial] The Christian Science Monitor 23 May 1946. 16/37 "A Measure of Praise for Kate Greenaway" The Christian Science Monitor 23 May 1946. 16/38 "An Illustrator's Century" by William Grant. [English newspaper] 3 April 1946. 16/39 "Neglected Centenaries" by Martin Hardie. The Studio September 1948. pp. 75-78. 16/40 "New Country" Time 1 April 1946. p. 55. 16/41 "Lest We Forget" by A. Edward Newton. Hobbies February 1954. pp. 127-29. (2 copies) 16/42 "Enrich Your Hobby with Autographs" by Charles Hamilton. Hobbies July 1951. pp. 132-36, 160. 16/43 "Following the Greenaway Trail" by Agnes L. Sasscier. Hobbies September 1950. pp. 16-18 (2 copies) 16/44 "Kate Greenaway Designs a Fairyland for Collectors" by Ethel A. McPhail. Hobbies March 1950. p. 53. (2 copies) 16/45 "Why Collect Miniature Books?" Hobbies August 1948. pp. 144, 160. 16/46 "Kate Greenaway for the Collector" by Ethel A. McPhail. The Spinning Wheel December 1952. p. 24-27. 16/47 "At Random Observations: Antique Gift Suggestions for Christmas" by Marcia Ray. The Spinning Wheel December 1949. pp. 26, 28, 32, 33. 16/48 "Collectible Kate Greenaway Items" The American Antiques Journal November 1949. pp. 17-22. 16/49 "The Amazing Kate Greenaway" by Lillian Smith Albert and Kathryn Kent. The American Antiques Journal November 1949. pp. 12-16. 16/50 "Kate Greenaway Freed Children of Hard to Play in Clothes" by Alice T. Tarbox. Boston Sunday Globe 12 March 1950. 16/51 "Some Craftsmen of the Nineteenth Century" by H.M. Cundall. The Bookman December 1930, p. 185. 16/52 "Kate Greenaway: A Twentieth Century Impression" by William E. Doubleday. The Bookman April 1930. 16/53 "The Pen and Pencil of Kate Greenaway" 16/54 [Obituary] The Athenæum. 16 November 1901, p. 669. 16/55 "Kate Greenaway, the Illustrator of Childhood" by Ernest Knaufft. The American Monthly Review of Reviews December 1901. 16/56 [Greenaway collector] AB Bookman's Weekly 21 April 1969. 16/57 "The Art of Kate Greenaway" by Ethel A. McPhail. 16/58 "Fashion's Gentlest Rebel" The South Bend Tribune Magazine 20 October 1963. I. GREETING CARDS GREETING CARDS ISSUED IN SETS 17/1 Children by the Pond - Set No. 1 Schuster 241 Marcus Ward & Co. 29 August 1876 registered 4 card set Card 1 Duck pond Card 4 Serenade 17/2 Children by the Pond - Set No. 1 (Variant Mount) Schuster 241 Cards 1-4 in folding booklet with white fringe trim 17/3 Children by the Pond - Set No. 2 Oblong Gilt Borders Schuster 242 Marcus Ward & Co. [c1880] 4 card set Card 1 Bird's nest Card 2 Serenade Card 3 Duck pond Card 4 Floral arch 17/4 Children by the Pond - Set No. 3 Large Design Version Schuster 243 Marcus Ward & Co. 1876 4 card set Card 3 Serenade 17/5 Children by the Pond (Variant Mount) Schuster 243 Marcus Ward & Co. 1876 Card 3 Serenade - mounted on white paper lace 17/6 Children by the Pond (Variant Mount) Schuster 243 Marcus Ward & Co. Card 4 Bird's Nest - double card with purple fabric trim 17/7 Children by the Pond - Other format Card 2 Duck pond - photo of sketch by Greenaway 17/8 Children in Ulsters - No. 1 Border Set Schuster 244 Marcus Ward & Co. c1879 3 card set Card 1 Maiden in red ulster Card 2 Maiden in green ulster (2 copies) Card 3 Maiden in blue ulster 17/9 Children in Ulsters - No. 2 Oblong Vertical Set Schuster 245 Marcus Ward & Co. [c1880] 3 card set Card 1 Maiden in red ulster Card 2 Maiden in green ulster Card 3 Maiden in blue ulster (2 copies) 17/10 Children in Ulsters - Other format Card 1-3 copies cut from magazine (3 items) Card 3 Copy of a sketch by Greenaway 17/11 Children on Flowers - Large Edition Schuster 246 Marcus Ward & Co. 4 card set Card 1 Daffodil (2 copies) Card 2 Flowering thorn Card 3 Pansy (2 copies) Card 4 Primrose (3 copies) 17/12 Children on Flowers - Large Edition (Variant Mount) Schuster 246 Marcus Ward & Co. Card 3 Pansy - mounted on white paper lace 17/13 Children on Flowers - Small Gilt Block Edition Schuster 247 Marcus Ward & Co. [1879] 4 card set Card 1 Daffodil (4 copies) Card 2 Flowering thorn (3 copies) Card 3 Pansy Card 4 Primrose 17/14 Children on Flowers - Small Gilt Block Edition (Variant Mount) Schuster 247 Marcus Ward & Co. 4 card set Card 1 Daffodil Card 2 Flowering thorn (2 copies) Card 4 Primrose Cards have fabric ruffle and other card on back 17/15 Children on Flowers - Small Gilt Block Edition (Variant Mount) Schuster 247 Marcus Ward & Co. 4 card set Cards 1-4 are connected side by side. Other side has different design. 17/16 Children on Flowers - Small Gilt Block Edition - (Variant Edition) Schuster 247 Marcus Ward & Co. Card 2 New Year's card 17/17 Children on Flowers - Other Format Schuster 332 Sunshine Publishing Co. 4 card set Trade cards with advertising Card 1 Daffodil Card 2 Flowering thorn (2 copies) Card 3 Pansy Card 4 Primrose Trade cards without advertising Card 1 Daffodil Card 2 Flowering thorn Card 3 Pansy Card 4 Primrose 17/18 Children's Heads - No. 1 Small Square Edition Schuster 248 Marcus Ward & Co. 3 card set Card 1 Girl with floral wreath Card 2 Boy with hat Card 3 Girl with bonnet (2 copies) 17/19 Children's Heads - No. 2 Large Rectangular Edition Schuster 249 Marcus Ward & Co. [1879] 3 card set Card 1 Girl with floral wreath Card 2 Boy with hat Card 3 Girl with bonnet (2 copies) 17/20 Children's Heads - No. 2 Large Rectangular Edition (Variant Mount) Schuster 249 Marcus Ward & Co. [1879] Cards 1&2 are joined together in a booklet. Verso bears different designs. 18/1 Coachman Set Schuster 251 Marcus Ward & Co. 3 card set Card 1 Coachman with crop in hand Card 2 Girl in blue dress blowing kiss (2 copies) Card 3 Boy in pink coat and tricorner hat (3 copies) 18/2 Coachman Set (Variant Mount) Schuster 251 Marcus Ward & Co. 3 card set Card 1 Coachman with crop in hand - white fringe Card 1&3 back to back with peach fringe 18/3 Coachman Set Schuster 333 Trade cards with advertising Card 1 Coachman with crop in hand (4 copies) 18/4 Feed My Lambs No. 1 - Ribbon Set Schuster 253 Marcus Ward & Co. [1877] 3 card set Card 1 Baby in pink (2 copies) Card 2 Toddler in dark pink coat (3 copies) Card 3 Little girl with rose (2 copies) 18/5 Feed My Lambs No. 2 - Branch Set Schuster 254 Marcus Ward & Co. [c1877] 7 card set Card 3 Young girl in pink dress with umbrella (2 copies) Card 6 Boy in tree, girl on ground (2 copies) Card 7 Boy with umbrella (2 copies) 18/6 Feed My Lambs No. 3 - Small Set Schuster 255 Marcus Ward & Co. 6(?) Card set Card 1 Baby in pink (2 copies) Card 2 Girl in red dress holding bouquet Card 3 Two girls, one in blue dress, one in mustard color Card 4 Child with green umbrella Card 5 Baby in maroon pelise Card 6 Girl and boy with closed umbrella 18/7 Feed My Lambs No. 4 - Oblong Set Schuster 256 Marcus Ward & Co. 12 card set Card 7 "Girl in red dress holding bouquet" (2 copies) Card 9 "Two girls, one in blue polka dot dress, one in mustard color" 18/8 Feed My Lambs - Variant Card ? A Christmas Message 18/9 Feed My Lambs - Variant Text cards - copies of 12 text cards 18/10 Flowers and Fancies, or, The Four Seasons Schuster 259 Marcus Ward & Co. [1876] 4 card set Card 1 Spring (girl and boy with lamb) Card 2 Summer (seated boy, girl with bouquet) Card 3 Autumn (girl and boy in front of wheat sheaves) 2 copies Card 4 Winter (boy and girl under umbrella) Card 2 card with four pull-outs with flower designs 18/11 Flowers and Fancies, or, The Four Seasons - Variant with larger brown border Schuster 259 Marcus Ward & Co. [1876] 4 card set Card 1 Spring (boy and girl with lamb) Card 2 Summer (seated boy, girl with bouquet) Card 3 Autumn (boy and girl seated before wheat sheaves) Card 4 Winter (boy and girl under umbrella) Card 1&4 mounted together; verse on verso Card 2&3 mounted together; verse on verso 18/12 Flowers and Fancies (Variant mounts) Schuster 261 Marcus Ward & Co. Card 3 Autumn - tipped in illustration on Christmas card with border of flowers Card 1 Spring Card 2 Summer (These two cards are large mounted cards with design on background of doves and lilies) 18/13 Going to the Party Schuster 264 Marcus Ward & Co. 2 card set Card 1 Dainty Airs (2 copies) Card 2 Going to the Party 18/14 Going to the Party - Variant Mount Schuster 265 Card 1 Dainty airs Card 2 Going to the Party These two designs are oblong card with two side flaps 18/15 Going to the Party - Other format Schuster 264 Card 2 Advertisement using card 2 design 18/16 Good Old Times - No. 1 Upright Edition (Variant Mount) Schuster 273 Marcus Ward & Co. [1883] 3 card set Card 1&2 mounted together with dark blue fringe 18/17 Good Old Times - No. 2 Horizontal Edition Schuster 274 Marcus Ward & Co. [1880] 3 card set Card 2 Girl in white with parasol, boy with green crop Card 2 variant edition (trimmed border) 19/1 Goodall No. 501 Series Schuster 266 Charles Goodall & Sons 5(?) Card set Card 2 Happy pair! Card 3 A little white lamb Card 4 Golden rod for golden wishes Card 5 Greeting to you 19/2 Goodall No. 502 Series Schuster 267 Charles Goodall & Sons 4 card set Card 1 Five girls and rose garland Card 2 Four children on grass Card 3 Five girls in mobcaps with daisy garland 19/3 Goodall No. 502 Series (Variant edition) Schuster 268 Charles Goodall & Sons 4 card set Card 1 Five girls and rose garland Card 2 Four children seated on grass Card 3 Five girls in mobcaps, daisy garland Card 4 Seven children strewing roses "Set of Eight Xmas & New Year Cards by Kate Greenaway" (3 envelopes) 19/4 Goodall No. 503 Series Schuster 269 Charles Goodall & Sons 4 card set Card 1 Three girls holding books Card 2 Two girls having tea Card 3 Five girls at table Card 4 Two girls hand in hand 19/5 Goodall No. 503 Series (Variant edition) Schuster 269 Charles Goodall & Sons 4 card set Card 1 Three girls holding books (unlettered proof) Card 2 Two girls having tea (unlettered proof) Card 3 Five girls at table (unlettered proof) Card 4 Two girls hand in hand (unlettered proof) 19/6 Goodall No. 504 Series Schuster 270 Charles Goodall & Sons 4 card set Card 1 Six children in procession Card 2 Five girls in hats Card 3 Six maidens with flower baskets Card 4 Seven maidens with garland 19/7 Goodall No. 505 Series - Wedgewood Schuster 271 Charles Goodall & Sons 4 card set Card 1 Seven maidens with rose garland (green) Card 1 Seven maidens with rose garland (tan) Card 2 Six children, boy playing flute (green) Card 2 Six children, boy playing flute (tan) Card 3 Six maidens with flower baskets (green) Card 3 Six maidens with flower baskets (tan) Card 4 Five girls in hats (green) Card 4 Five girls in hats (tan) 19/8 Goodall No. 505 Series - Wedgewood - Variant Schuster 272 Charles Goodall & Sons 4 card set Card 2 Six children, boy playing flute (green) Card 3 Six maidens with flower baskets (tan) Card 4 Five girls in hats (tan) Card 4 Five girls in hats (green) 19/9 Kate Greenaway's Carols Schuster 329 George Routledge (1883) 4 card set Card 1 2 girls with verse Dear Baby Card 2 12 girls with music As we Dance Card 3 4 groups of women with verses Card 4 4 girls and seasons (2 copies) Envelope (2 copies) 19/10 Medieval Children Schuster 275 Marcus Ward 4 card set Card 1 Springtime (1 calendar) May Christmas bring you many joys! Card 2 Eastertide May New Year bring you gifts & joys! Card 3 Midsummer's eve (2 copies) Card 4 Autumn games 19/11 Medieval Children - Variant Marcus Ward Cards 1-4 issued in a decorative wrapper. 19/12 My Little Maiden Schuster 277 Marcus Ward 4 card set (these are the same designs as "Calendar of the Seasons 1882) Card 1 New Year Card 2 New Year (1 plain card, 1 fringed card) Card 3 Christmas (1 plain card, 1 with moveable front overlay) Card 4 Christmas (1 plain card, 1 sachet with fringe) 19/13 New Year Cards Schuster 279 Marcus Ward & Co. 4 card set Card 1 Four figures, woman with rake Card 2 Three children in blossoming meadow Card 3 Five carolers in snow (2 copies) Card 4 Four children and postman 19/14 Page Boy Set - No. 1 Ribbon Border Schuster 280 Marcus Ward & Co. [1873] 4 card set Card 1 Sewing maid with envelope Card 2 Page boy in green at door knocker Card 3 Boy with plumed hat in hand Card 4 Girl in ruffled hat and muff 19/15 Page Boy Set - No. 2 Scalloped Border Schuster 281 Marcus Ward & Co. 4 card set Card 2 Page boy in green Card 4 Girl in ruffled hat and muff 19/16 Page Boy Set - Other Format Copies from St. Nicholas Pamphlet using design from card 1 19/17 Party Girl No. 1 Large Edition Schuster 282 Marcus Ward and Co. 3 card set Card 1 Girl with badminton set (4 copies) Card 2 Girl in rust coat and beaver hat (3 copies) Card 3 Girl in green dress (5 copies) 19/18 Party Girl - Other formats Reward of merit (card 1 image) Trade card (card 1 image) Stationery (card 1 image) Stationery (card 3 image) Postal information card (card 1 image) 20/1 Procession Set Schuster 284 Marcus Ward & Co. [1881] 2 card set Card 1 First maiden in green with blue border (2 copies) Card 2 First maiden in pink with pink border (2 copies) Variant card using some of the same images 20/2 Puck and Blossom - Large Edition Schuster 285 Marcus Ward & Co. 6 card set Card 1 Cowslips and couple on fence Card 2 Couple with bird on a lead Card 3 Couple under umbrella Card 6 Sleeping Beauty theme 20/3 Puck and Blossom - Large Edition - Variant Schuster 285 Marcus Ward & Co. 6 card set Card 1 Cowslips and couple on fence Card 3 Couple under umbrella Card 4 Alpine couple Card 5 Couple bow in garden Card 6 Sleeping Beauty theme (card damaged) 20/4 Puck and Blossom - Small Edition Schuster 286 Marcus Ward & Co. 6(?) card set Card 2 Couple on fence 20/5 Puck and Blossom - Small edition (Variant Mount) Schuster 286 Marcus Ward & Co. 6(?) card set Card 3 Couple on mountain - square plain border pasted on larger embossed and green pleated silk border. Card 4 Couple under umbrella - card mounted on white lace background on cover. Card opens to reveal a different lacy card inside. Paper bears Marcus Ward watermark. 20/6 Quiver of Love - No. 2 Schuster 289 Marcus Ward & Co. 4 card set Card 1 Harvest scene Card 2 Meadow scene in moonlight Card 3 Spring meadow scene Card 4 Man and woman picking flowers 20/7 Quiver of Love - Variant Mount Schuster 290 4 pull-outs with color floral cover 20/8 Robin Hood and the Blackbird - Small Edition Schuster 294 Marcus Ward & Co. 4 card set Card 1 Robin takes aim Card 2 Robin and his men carry the bird home Card 3 The dinner Card 4 The merry dance (4 copies) 20/9 The Story of Little Red Riding Hood's Christmas Schuster 292 Marcus Ward & Co. [c1868] 6 card set Card 1 Red Riding Hood at door Card 2 Making a pudding Card 3 At the fire Card 4 Serving the dinner Card 5 The pudding pot Card 6 Father Christmas's stories Cards 1-6 issued as a fold-out panorama set with embossed and gilt covers. 20/10 Young Girl Schuster 298 Marcus Ward & Co. [1879] 4 card set Card 1 Two babies in ulsters and hats (2 copies) Card 2 Girl in pink with blue umbrella Card 3 Back view of girl in green and white Card 4 Boy in straw boater, blue & white suit Copy of auction catalog page 20/11 Youth of Sir Joshua's Day - No. 2 Large Version Schuster 301 Marcus Ward & Co. 4 card set Card 1 Girl with fan Card 2 Girl with muff Card 3 Boy with goblet Card 4 Boy with fruit Variant of card 1 in a folded card GREETING CARDS BASED ON BOOK ILLUSTRATIONS Baby's Birthday Book illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Marcus Ward, [1894]). 21/1 March 21-24 (1 card) May 5-8 (1 card) May 11-12 (1 card) August 5-8 (1 card) August 13-16 (2 cards) September 7-8 (2 plain cards; 1 fringed card) A Cruise in the Acorn by Alice Jerrold, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Marcus Ward, 1875). 21/2 frontispiece (2 cards) frontispiece and p. 121 (1 folding card) p. 38 (2 cards) p. 91 (4 cards) p. 121 (2 cards) p. 131 (4 cards) The English Spelling Book by William Mavor, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, 1885). 21/3 Letter H (2 cards, 1 envelope) "Home Beauty" a poem by Austin Dobson that appeared with Kate Greenaway illustrations in Magazine of Art v. 6 #7 June 1883. 21/4 Three girls dancing in circle (3 cards) Girl smelling flower (2 cards) Two children with flowers (2 cards) Three children on fence (2 cards) Kate Greenaway's Birthday Book for Children verses by Mrs. Sale Barker, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1880]). 21/5 facing March 30 page (1 heart shaped card) The "Little Folks" Painting Book by George Weatherly, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co., [1879]). 21/6 greeting cards sent by Alice T. Tarbox using design from frontispiece (2 cards) Melcomb Manor: A Family Chronicle by F. Scarlett Potter, [with illustrations by Kate Greenaway] (London: Marcus Ward, 1875). 21/7 The Rose [p. 61] (1 card) Play-fellows [p. 89] (1 card) The Pied Piper of Hamelin by Robert Browning, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1888]). 21/8 Christmas card produced in 1935 bearing a reproduction of a water color from the half-title page of the 1887 [sic] edition. The Quiver of Love: A Collection of Valentines Ancient & Modern illustrated by Walter Crane and Kate Greenaway (London: Marcus Ward, 1876). 21/9 "Do I Love You?" facing p. 27 (3 cards) "The Surprise" facing p. 44 (2 cards) "Disdain" facing p. 84 (2 cards) "The Name on the Tree" facing p. 138 (2 cards) "The Quiver of Love" article from Hobbies February 1951. Songs for the Nursery edited by Robert Ellice, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: W. Mack, [1884]). 21/10 design based on p. 27 (4 cards) Under the Window by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1878]. 21/11 p. 16 (4 cards) p. 16 and 49 (1 card) p. 17 (3 cards) p. 28 (1 3-dimensional card) p. 47 (1 card) p. 48 (1 folded card) p. 49 (1 card) p. 50 (4 cards) various pages (3 cards) The Youngster (New York: McLoughlin, [188-]). 21/12 p. 10 (1 card) p. 27 (1 card) SINGLE (NON-SET) GREETING CARDS BY KATE GREENAWAY

22/1 "A Jolly Christmas" (1 card) see George Buday The History of the Christmas Card p. 157. 22/2 [scenes of girls picking apples] 6 cards 22/3 "By this little soldier, my dearest friend, a greeting on New Year's Day I send" (1 card) [three children] fan shaped card (1 card) 22/4 designs with ribbon printed over little girls (2 cards) 22/5 "A Christmas greeting with love" (1 card) "With the compliments of the season" (1 card) "A Happy New Year" (1 card) 22/6 greeting card issued by the Eccleston Galleries in London reproducing a watercolor in their possession. 22/7 "New Yeere" Marcus Ward 4 card set with silver borders. 22/8 "With loving Christmas greetings" (1 card) "May these festive days bring thee only joy" (1 card) 22/9 set of 3 valentine cards with one girl on each card. 22/10 The Story of Cinderella (2 folded cards, one single) 22/11 Fringed cards (5 cards) 22/12 Lace-bordered card (1 card) 22/13 [small red and green figures] 4 cards figures attributed to Greenaway and floral designs to Walter Crane. 22/14 Bird cards (13 cards) original verses written by hand by W.J. Loftie. GREETING CARDS - GREENAWAY PIRACIES OR IMITATIONS

23/1 handmade cards (3 cards) 23/2 4 cards 23/3 cards shaped like paint palettes and fans (5 cards) 23/4 small children with butterflies, flowers and birds (7 cards) 23/5 4 cards 23/6 children and adults in outdoor settings (5 cards) 23/7 2 cards 23/8 small children on gold background (6 cards) 23/9 4 cards 23/10 bordered cards with single child (5 cards) 23/11 amateur cards in Kate Greenaway style (4 cards) GREETING CARDS ILLUSTRATED BY OTHER ARTISTS

24/1 "Father Christmas" ca. 1860s (4 cards) 24/2 "Fairies & Elves at Christmas Tide" ca. 1875. Card is a concertina style (1 card) 24/3 "Father Christmas - His Procession" ca. 1875. Card is a concertina style by Moyr Smith. (1 card) 24/4 "Christmas Dreams" (1 card) see: George Buday. The History of the Christmas Card, plate 126. 24/5 Christmas cards (23 cards) 24/6 Religious Christmas cards (10 cards) 24/7 Birds Christmas cards (3 cards) 24/8 Christmas cards (2 cards) 24/9 Christmas cards, folding (4 cards) 24/10 Christmas cards (5 cards) 24/11 Christmas cards (5 cards) 24/12 Christmas cards (10 cards) 24/13 Christmas cards (6 cards) 24/14 Christmas cards (5 cards) 24/15 New Years cards (14 cards) 25/1 Easter cards (14 cards) 25/2 Greeting cards (3 cards) 25/3 Greeting cards (4 cards) 25/4 Greeting cards (8 cards) 25/5 Greeting cards (6 cards) 25/6 Folded card with four decorated sides (1 card) 25/7 greeting cards, some captioned in French (14 cards) 25/8 Birthday cards (2 cards) 25/9 religious cards (7 cards) 25/10 religious cards (11 cards) 25/11 valentine card (1 card) 25/12 lace cards (3 cards) 25/13 greeting cards (4 cards) 25/14 2 part padded card (3 cards) ARTICLES ABOUT GREETING CARDS

26/1-26/40 articles about greeting cards from a variety of magazines. J. TRADE CARDS

Afternoon Tea: Rhymes for Children with illustrations by J.G. Sowerby and H.H. Emmerson (London: Warne, [188-?]) Illustrations are patterned after Kate Greenaway. 27/1 "The peg top" p. 29 (4 cards) "Scandal" p. 32 (1 card) "Forbidden fruit" p. 43 (1 card) Baby's Birthday Book illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Marcus Ward, 1887). 27/2 March 5-8 page (1 card, 1 easel) A Day in a Child's Life music by Myles B. Foster, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, 1881). 27/3 p. 10 (1 card) Kate Greenaway's Birthday Book for Children verses by Mrs. Sale Barker, illustrations by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, 1880). 27/4 July page (2 cards) November page (2 cards) December page (1 card) Little Folks Painting Book by George Weatherly (London: Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co., 1879). 27/5 frontispiece (1 card) Marigold Garden by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, 1885). 27/6 title page (4 cards) Mother Goose illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, 1881). 27/7 "Hark, hark" p. 5 (3 cards) "To Market" p. 10 (1 card) "Daffy-Down-Dilly" p. 12 (2 cards) "Jack Sprat" p. 13 (2 cards) 27/8 "Lucy Locket" p. 14 (2 cards) "Cross Patch" p. 15 (2 cards) "Johnny..." p. 16 (1 card) "Jack and Jill" p. 19 (3 cards) "Little Bo Peep" p. 20 (4 cards) 27/9 "Polly Put the Kettle On" p. 21 (3 cards) "Goosey Goosey Gander" p. 24 (3 cards) "A diller, a Dollar" p. 28 (3 cards) "Little Betty Blue" p. 29 (1 card) "Little Jumping Joan" p. 32 (2 cards) 27/10 "Rock-a-bye Baby" p. 34 (4 cards) "Little Miss Muffet" p. 36 (3 cards) "See-Saw-Jack..." p. 38 (4 cards) 27/11 "Pippin Hill" p. 40 (3 cards) "Little Maid" p. 41 (5 cards) "My Mother and your Mother" p. 42 (2 cards) 27/12 "Green Gravel" p. 43 (1 card) "One Foot Up" p. 44 (1 card) "Tom Tom the Piper's Son" p. 47 (2 cards) "Ring-a-ring-a-roses" p. 48 (2 cards) 27/13 Alden Fruit Vinegar cards p. 16 (1 card) p. 21 (2 cards) p. 34 (1 card) p. 40 (2 cards) p. 41 (1 card) p. 43 (1 card) image not in Mother Goose (1 card) Under the Window by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, 1878). 28/1 "Will you be my little wife?" p. 16 (19 cards) 28/2 "Merry Phyllis" p. 17 (20 cards) 28/3 "Indeed it is True" p. 24 (3 cards) 28/4 "Little Polly and Susan" p. 26 (1 card) 28/5 "Five Little sisters" p. 28 (19 cards) 28/6 "Over the Garden Wall" p. 34 (1 card) 28/7 "Witch on broomstick" p. 35 (1 card) 28/8 "Tommy and Prue" p. 36 (2 cards) 28/9 "Pipe thee high" p. 40 (9 cards) 28/10 "Bonnets" p. 41 (1 card) 28/11 "Flower gatherers" p. 45 (2 cards) 28/12 "Little fat goblin" p. 46 (3 cards) 28/13 "I saw a ship" p. 47 (24 cards) 28/14 "Girl on Fence" p. 50 (22 cards) 28/15 "Snails on the wall" p. 51 (7 cards) 28/16 "Sailing in Tubs" p. 52 (3 cards) 29/1 "Baker boy and the butcher boy" p. 55 (4 cards) 29/2 "Twelve miss Pelicoes" p. 56 (4 cards) 29/3 "Little Baby..." p. 57 (3 cards) 29/4 "Fishing from Bridge" p. 58 (11 cards) 29/5 "Three Little Girls" p. 62 (3 cards) 29/6 "Old man with Billy" p. 63 (1 card) The Youngster (New York: McLoughlin, [188-?]). 29/7 "Girl on Swing" title page (1 card) TRADE CARDS IN THE STYLE OF KATE GREENAWAY

29/8 Au Javanais set (8 cards) with price list for wine and liquor on back Au Javanais, ED. JOURDAIN 83, rue de la Roquette 29/9 Bon Marché set (6 cards) issued by the department store in Paris 29/10 Children playing and dancing set (8 cards) 29/11 Little children on gold background set (3 cards) 29/12 Boy and girl at the well (3 cards) 29/13 miscellaneous cards (10 cards) K. NOTECARDS Almanack for 1890 by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, 1889). 30/1 "December" notecard sample and envelope. 1961 catalog from the Free Library of Philadelphia offering the notecards for sale. Kate Greenaway's Alphabet by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1885]). 30/2 Alphabet spelling out Happy Birthday, card and envelope (2 sets) Issued by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in 1966. 30/3 Kate Greenaway Note Cards - box of 6 cards published by Merrimack Publishing Co. 30/4 Kate Greenaway's Mother Goose - box of 24 notecards issued by the New York Public Library and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. L. CALENDARS

Calendar of the Seasons 1876 Schuster 303 31/1 8 page calendar "Autumn" page pencil sketch of "Autumn" page Calendar of the Seasons 1877 31/2 8 page calendar in 4 pieces Schuster 305 8 page calendar in 2 pieces Schuster 306b 4 card set (scalloped) Schuster 307 Calendar of the Seasons 1878 (not by Kate Greenaway) Schuster 308 31/3 4 card set variant cards 2 and 4 (2 cards) Calendar of the Seasons 1879 (not by Kate Greenaway) Schuster 308 31/4 4 card set in 2 pieces 4 cards issued separately (5 cards) 31/5 Calendar for 1879 Calendar of the Seasons 1880 (probably not Kate Greenaway) 31/6 8 page booklet calendar 8 page booklet disbound 4 card set (variant) Time's Footsteps for 1880 31/7 2 cards Calendar of the Seasons 1881 31/8 8 page calendar Schuster 309 8 page calendar with fringe Schuster 309 8 page calendar in 4 pieces Schuster 309 "Autumn", "Summer" and "Winter" singles Calendar of the Seasons 1881 Schuster 310 31/9 Variant gold border set card 1 Spring card 2 Summer card 3 Autumn Gold Border set - folded cards card 1 card 2 card 3 Gold Border set - fringed card 1 (Spring) and card 3 (Autumn) together 31/10 Oblong card, blue border card 1 card 2 card 3 Tan background set card 1 card 2 card 3 Calendar of the Seasons 1881 31/11 card 2 Summer trade cards (3) menu (1) autograph album page (1) greeting cards (4) 31/12 card 3 Autumn greeting cards (4) autograph album page (1) Calendar of the Seasons 1881 (variant) Schuster 313 31/13 greeting cards - brown set card 1 card 2 card 3 greeting cards - gold Border set card 1 Spring (3 cards) card 2 Winter (1 card) card 3 two girls sitting (2 cards) greeting card - gold medallion card 2 (1 card) 31/14 Menu (2) - card 2,3 fringed card - card 1 Christmas card - card 1 Valentine - card 3 Time's Footsteps for 1881 31/15 card Calendar of the Seasons 1882 32/1 4 card set Schuster 317 4 card set (untrimmed) Schuster 317 (5 cards) Calendar of the Seasons 1883 32/2 4 card set Schuster 321 Uses designs from "Flowers and Fancies" card set. (Also used in Calendar of the Seasons 1876) Calendar for 1883 32/3 4 card set Uses designs from "Children by the Pond" set Seasons for 1883 32/4 "Winter" with calendar Hanover Fire Insurance Co. calendar 1883 3 miniature cards A Garland of Good Wishes 1883 32/5 12 pp. booklet card 1 Spring card 3 Autumn (2 cards) card 4 Winter Calendar of the Months 1884 Schuster 322 32/6 12 pp. booklet Hanover Fire Insurance Co. Calendar 1884 32/7 3 pp. of a 4 pp. calendar Calendar of the Seasons 1884 32/8 4 card set - calendar greeting card - Autumn (1 card) Kate Greenaway's Calendar for 1884 Routledge same illustrations as Schuster 328 Calendar for 1899. 32/9 variant 1 - 12 girls across top and bottom (2 copies) variant 2 - two girls at top in flower circle Schuster 325 variant (2 copies) variant 3 - 4 girls and 2 vases of flowers (2 copies) same design as Kate Greenaway's Carols variant 4 - 4 groups of women at various ages (2 copies) Calendar of the Seasons 1885 probably not by Kate Greenaway. 32/10 4 piece calendar (2 copies) 1 copy lacking Spring Calendar of the Seasons 1887 probably not Kate Greenaway 32/11 Winter and Spring another version of 1887 calendar Calendar of the Seasons 1888 32/12 4 cards Calendar of the Seasons 1890 32/13 pencil sketches (2) Kate Greenaway's Kalendar for 1897 Schuster 327 design the same as 1884 calendar 32/14 calendar (2 copies) Kate Greenaway's Calendar for 1899 Schuster 328 design same as 1884 calendar 32/15 calendar (2 copies) M. CARDBOARD BOXES

33/1 Cardboard box printed in full color with Kate Greenaway designs. Daniel Green felt shoe box c1913. Cardboard box printed in full color. Hurd's Kate Greenaway Linen. Picture boxes (fold-up) using illustrations from Mother Goose (2 boxes) N. MISCELLANEOUS PAPER EPHEMERA

Bookplates designed by Kate Greenaway 34/1 Sara Eugenia Blake Schuster 340 proof on paper signed by SEB Catherine Basilia Duff Schuster 341 William Churchill Hammond, Jr. Frederick Locker Schuster 343 Dorothy Locker-Lampson Schuster 344 Godfrey Locker-Lampson Schuster 345 Hannah Jane Locker-Lampson Schuster 346 Maud Locker-Lampson Schuster 347 Oliver Stillingfleet Locker-Lampson Schuster 348 Vera Evelyn Samuel Schuster 352 Louise Ward Watkins Bookmarks Using Greenaway Designs 34/2 Home Beauty poem Under the Window p. 28 Reward of Merit Cards 34/3 Kate Greenaway's Birthday Book for Children July August 29 November 34/4 Under the Window p. 16 p. 17 p. 28 p. 47 p. 50 34/5 in Kate Greenaway's style 5 cards 34/6 Reward of Merit cards Schuster 293. 8 cards 34/7 "Reward of Merit Certificates" by Agnes L. Sasscier. Hobbies January 1959 pp. 24,25,58 (2 copies) Calling Cards 34/8 Kate Greenaway's Birthday Book for Children end of February page April 30 July July August 29 October 26 October 28 November December 34/9 Mother Goose "Little Bo Peep" p. 20 "See-Saw" p. 38 Under the Window p. 17 2 cards in Greenaway style 34/10 set of 12 cards in Kate Greenaway style similar to Under the Window designs. 34/11 set of six cards and proofs in Kate Greenaway style similar to Under the Window designs. Gift Cards 34/12 Under the Window p. 45 p. 48 p. 57 unknown design (2 cards) Dance Programmes 34/13 Calendar of the Seasons 1881 Home Beauty Mother Goose p. 10 p. 40 Concert Programmes 34/14 Mother Goose p. 10 p. 13 p. 14 p. 15 Autograph Albums 34/15 detached pages from Afternoon Tea p. 21 p. 29 (2 copies) p. 38 Album of 12 pp. from Under the Window Paper Dolls 34/16 5 dolls from a 12 doll set issued by Worcester Salt Co. ca. 1885. 34/17 articles on paper dolls. Post Cards 35/1 Kate Greenaway's Birthday Book for Children February March July November December 35/2 RSVP post card printed in Germany with designs from Under the Window post card with child on fence from Home Beauty poem. copy of the Home Beauty poem description of the Kate Greenaway postcards 35/3 Book of 30 post cards bearing Kate Greenaway designs issued by Magna Books in 1993. Gift Wrap 35/4 Gift wrap papers with Kate Greenaway designs brown ink on green paper reddish ink on dark tan paper reddish ink on tan speckled paper reddish ink on pink paper reddish ink on cream paper description of gift wrap Coin Holder Booklet 35/5 "Mother Goose Bazaar" illustration from Marigold Garden p. 15. Stationery 35/6 Marigold Garden designs on full sheet of stationery (2 sheets) "Home Beauty" 6 pieces of stationery Language of Flowers stationery insert Mother Goose design on top of letter p. 36 Under the Window p. 64 1 piece; p. 47 1 piece top of a piece of stationery with Kate Greenaway style Miniature Cards 35/7 7 cards with children's heads and religious maxims 14 pictures of children in Kate Greenaway's style Scraps 35/8 11 pieces of glossy "scraps" in Kate Greenaway style O. CHINA, GLASS AND SILVER 36/1 Child's tea set decorated with Greenaway children. Atlas China, Stokes on Trent, England. tea pot with lid cream pitcher 3 tea cups 3 saucers Materials about china, glass and silver collectibles. 37/1 b&w photo of ceramic figurine with design "Girls at Play" from Under the Window. 37/2 color photo of vase bearing design from "Three Little Girls" from Under the Window. correspondence regarding the vase. 37/3 6 b&w photos of Greenaway ceramic items. 37/4 b&w photos of Kate Greenaway plates manufactured by T&R Boote, Lamore, England. "Snails on the Wall" "Out-a-Maying" "Fishing from the Bridge" "Patty on the fence" "On the shore - looking at the ships" "Spring flower gatherers" information on back of plates 37/5 advertisement for Kate Greenaway birthday plates 37/6 listings for Kate Greenaway ceramics in magazines and catalogs (4 items). 37/7 articles about Kate Greenaway china. 37/8 sketches of designs for Wedgewood plates bearing Kate Greenaway illustrations. Gives colors. (13 pages) 37/9 advertisement for Language of Flowers crystal glassware by Duncan. 37/10 advertisements and articles about silver pieces based on Kate Greenaway designs. Ceramic Tiles 37/11 2 black & white photographs of Wedgewood tiles with Kate Greenaway designs. 37/12 4 ceramic tiles with Greenaway designs (Autumn, Spring, Summer, Winter) P. BUTTONS 38/1 articles from collector magazines about buttons. 38/2 newsletters from various button organizations. 38/3 Kate Greenaway button stamps issued by Just Buttons (7 stamps). Buttons 38/4 Wedgewood china buttons created by Marie La Barre Bennett (6 buttons) 38/5 Gold metal buttons (12 buttons) 38/6 Gold metal buttons (2 buttons) black buttons (3 buttons) 38/7 Silver metal buttons (10 buttons) 38/8 Silver metal buttons (4 buttons) Q. DOLLS 39/1-39/8 Articles about dolls 39/9 b&w photograph of three Kate Greenaway dolls b&w photograph of Madame Alexander dolls. These dolls were made in 1937 to commemorate the coronation of George IV of England. The doll is dressed as Princess Elizabeth on that day. 39/10 Mother Goose doll and book set (this library lacking the book) R. FABRICS Bookmarks Baby's Birthday Book 40/1 September 7-8 page The Illustrated Children's Birthday Book 40/2 "Spring" p. 76 "Tom" p. 198 "Min and Jack" p. 208 Mother Goose 40/3 "My little sisters are dressed in green" p. 18 "Little Betty Blue" p. 29 Songs for the Nursery 40/4 "Three little maidens of Chertsey" p. 27 Under the Window 40/5 "Will you be my little wife?" p. 16 "School is Over" p. 25 40/6 "Rose" p. 42 "Children in tubs" p. 52 40/7 composite from pp. 25 and 45 40/8 unidentified Handkerchiefs Under the Window 40/9 green handkerchief p. 40 40/10 white handkerchief p. 50 40/11 blue handkerchief p. 52 40/12 white handkerchief p. 64 40/13 white handkerchief (unidentified) 40/14 scarf (unidentified) Other Fabric Items 40/15 padded sachet from 1883 Almanack 40/16 damask napkins embroidered with Kate Greenaway designs from T.E. Parker's Price List of Fine Embroidery materials... (7 napkins) photocopies of designs from catalog. 40/17-40/24 napkins and doyleys embroidered with Kate Greenaway designs from books. 40/17 napkins with designs from Harper's Bazaar January 28, 1882. (9 napkins) 40/18 doyley with design from Afternoon Tea. 40/19 doyley with design from Almanack for 1883. 40/20 doyley with design from Baby's Birthday Book April 29-30. 40/21 doyley with design from Baby's Birthday Book January 19-20. 40/22 doyley with designs from Little Folks Painting Book (3) 40/23 doyley with design from Mother Goose p. 38. 40/24 doyley with design from Sugar & Spice p. 30. 41/1-41/9 designs from Under the Window 41/1 doyley with design from cover. 41/2 doyley with design from p. 28 41/3 doyley with design from p. 57 41/4 doyley with design from p. 33 41/5 doyley (2) with design from p. 50 41/6 doyley with design from p. 40 41/7 fabric sample with design from p. 40 41/8 doyley with design from p. 44 41/9 fabric strip with design from p. 52 41/10 doyley (2) with design from unidentified book 41/11 fabric with embroidered design from unidentified book 41/12 photograph of embroidered towel Advertisements for Designs Cut from Magazines 41/13 catalogs of stamping patterns (2) 41/14 stamping designs cut from magazines Fabric Samples 41/15 A Apple Pie 41/16 Children's Birthday Book pp. 202 and 206 (3 pieces) 41/17 Kate Greenaway's Book of Games (12 pieces) 41/18 Marigold Garden (2 pieces) 41/19 "Two at a Stile" (1 piece) 41/20 Under the Window (4 pieces) 41/21 Under the Window (1 piece) 41/22 Under the Window (1 piece) 41/23 unidentified sample (1 piece) 41/24 unidentified sample (2 pieces) 41/25 unidentified sample (4 pieces) 41/26 unidentified sample (1 piece) 41/27 unidentified sample (1 piece) 41/28 unidentified sample (3 pieces) Clothing based on Kate Greenaway Designs 42/1 Color book of Kate Greenaway Fashions 42/2 labels from Kate Greenaway clothing (3) 42/3 articles about and advertisements of Kate Greenaway clothing cut from magazines. 42/4 photographs of Kate Greenaway clothing cut from magazines. S. OTHER EPHEMERA Fans 43/1 black silk fan with hand painted Greenaway girl. 43/2 tortoise shell fan with overall design of children and large beetle. 43/3 small gilt paper fan with Greenaway designs. Towels 43/4 terry cloth towel with Kate Greenaway designs. Purchased at Harrod's dept. store in 1975. Wallpaper 44/1 Wallpaper samples (1 roll) from Almanack for 1893 44/2 small roll of border print wallpaper based on Kate Greenaway designs 44/3 Almanack for 1893 full sheet of wallpaper 44/4-44/9 Wallpaper designs from Almanack for 1893 44/4 cover 44/5 January (2 pieces) February March 44/6 April (2 pieces) May June (2 pieces) 44/7 July August September 44/8 October November December flower garland correspondence regarding the wallpaper 44/9 Autumn 44/10 "Playtime" design wallpaper sample photograph of wallpaper 44/11 Under the Window wallpaper sample (7 pieces) correspondence regarding wallpaper 44/12 wallpaper design by Greenaway (sample) correspondence regarding wallpaper designed by Randolph Caldecott, Kate Greenaway and Walter Crane. T. MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES ABOUT KATE GREENAWAY AND HER WORK 45/1 Kate Greenaway family tree 45/2 photographs of Hampstead England (4) photographs of Kate Greenaway (2) 45/3 Special collections in libraries with Kate Greenaway holdings. 45/4 Exhibitions of Kate Greenaway's work 45/5 Displays of Kate Greenaway's work 45/6 Information about books by Kate Greenaway 45/7 Information about books about Kate Greenaway 45/8 Advertisements using Kate Greenaway designs 45/9 Kate Greenaway items for sale in auction and bookseller catalogs 45/10 Music with verses by Kate Greenaway 45/11 Kate Greenaway parodies and piracies 45/12 Children's Memorial to Kate Greenaway 45/13 articles about Kate Greenaway illustrations U. MATERIALS FROM THE KATE GREENAWAY EXHIBITION IN JAPAN IN 1993 46/1 tickets (2) information sheets 46/2 small poster with information on back (6 copies) 46/3 post card sets with Greenaway designs sold at exhibit (3 packs) 46/4 packet of stationery sold at exhibit (2 sets) 46/5 packet of stationery based on 1884 Almanack (3 sets) sold at exhibit 46/6 Exhibition catalog 46/7 newsletter from Fukuyama Museum of art (4 copies) medium size poster (4) large poster (1) oversize stored in map case 2CC 46/8 color photographs from Japanese exhibit (32)


APPENDICES

A. Index to titles within the finding aid B. Full text transcriptions of Greenaway correspondence C. Kate Greenaway Bibliography


INDEX TO TITLES

A Apple Pie Little Miss Wide Awake 1/1-1/51 15/8 Afternoon Tea Little Red Riding Hood 27/1 20/9 34/15 40/18 Little Wide Awake 15/9-15/11 Almanack for 1883 2/1-2/4 London Lyrics 40/15 15/12 40/19 Marigold Garden Almanack for 1884 9/1-9/12 46/5 10/1-10/11 11/1-11/7 Almanack for 1885 12/1-12/5 2/5 13/8 13/13 Almanack for 1887 15/13 2/6 27/6 35/5 Almanack for 1890 41/17 30/1 Melcomb Manor Almanack for 1893 3/8 44/1 21/7 44/3-44/9 Mildred's Mistake Almanack for 1894 15/14 2/7 14/1 Mother Goose 3/9 Almanack for 1897 27/7-27/13 2/8 33/1 34/9 April Baby's Book of Tunes 34/13-34/14 2/9-2/16 35/6 39/10 Around the House 40/3 2/17 40/23 7/18 Pall Mall Christmas Extra Babette 15/15 14/3 16/3 Babyland People's Magazine 14/2 3/10 Baby's Birthday Book Pied Piper of Hamlin 2/18 3/11-3/13 21/1 21/8 27/2 40/1 Puck and Blossom 40/20-40/21 20/2-20/5 Bebel and the Dwarf Queen of the Pirate Isle 3/10 3/14 15/15 Queen Victoria's Jubilee Garden Boy of Guile and the Pig Sty 13/11 8/14 Quiver of Love Calendar of the Seasons 1881 20/6-20/7 34/13 21/9 Calendar of the Seasons 1882 Robin Hood 19/12 20/8 Cassell's Magazine Routledge's Every Girls Annual 14/3 3/15 15/16 Children's Birthday Book 15/17 41/15 Royal Chatterbox Cinderella 15/19 22/10 Royal Progress of King Pepito Cruise in the Acorn 3/16-3/18 21/2 St. Nicholas Day in a Child's Life 3/19 2/19 15/20-15/29 14/4 27/3 Songs for the Nursery 21/10 English Illustrated Magazine 40/4 14/5 Sugar & Spice English Spelling Book 40/24 21/3 Sunshine for Little Children Every Girls Annual 15/30 15/10 Tiss Me Fairy Gifts 2/17 2/20-2/21 13/10 Fors Clavigera Turnaside Cottage 2/22-2/23 3/20 Girls Own Annual Under the Window 14/6-14/7 3/21-3/23 13/15 Girl's Own Paper 21/11 14/8 28/1-28/16 29/1-29/6 The Graphic 34/2 14/9 34/4 34/9-34/12 Harper's Bazaar 34/15 14/10 35/2 35/6 Harper's Magazine 37/2 14/11 40/5-40/7 40/9-40/12 Harper's Young People 41/1-41/9 14/12-14/17 41/19-41/21 44/11 Home Beauty 21/4 White Cat 34/2 3/24-3/25 34/13 35/2 Wide Awake 35/6 15/31-15/32 Illustrated Children's Birthday Book Young Fisher Folk 40/2 13/7 Illustrated London News The Youngster 2/17 21/12 2/24 29/7 14/18-14/22 16/20 Kaspar and the Seven Wonderful Pigeons 2/25 Kate Greenaway's Alphabet 30/2-30/4 Kate Greenaway's Birthday Book for Children 2/26-2/39 21/5 27/4 34/3 34/8 35/1 Kate Greenaway's Book of Games 41/16 Ladies Home Journal 13/9 15/1 16/8 Language of Flowers 2/40-2/43 35/6 37/9 Little Ann 3/1-3/6 15/2 Little Folks 3/7 15/3-15/7 Little Folks Painting Book 21/6 27/5 40/22


TRANSCRIPTIONS OF KATE GREENAWAY CORRESPONDENCE

The letters handwritten by Kate Greenaway have been transcribed. Misspelling, punctuation, and grammatical errors have not been corrected. Undecipherable words are indicated by a long dash. 8/15 autograph letter signed. 1 p. (15 x 10 cm.) To Mrs. [Edmund] Evans from KG dated Saturday. I can come after all. I will come with Mr. Evans on Tuesday afternoon if he will be in town on that day. Shall finish the last drawing on Monday.

8/16 autograph letter signed. 4 pp. on 1 folded leaf (15 x 10 cm.) To Mrs. [Edmund] Evans from KG dated Tuesday. I hope you are not in a hurry for the fringe, for it is not coming yet. When I went to fetch it, I found they had not made it. Said they could only make three yards. We found a friend who says Helhomus(?) make lots of bits of fringe for her. So she is going to sew it. If you are not in a hurry it don't matter, as long as it turns up in the end, they are _______. We have had such storms here and it has come in so hot again, it seems so the end of the summer all things ending are shutting up. I hope it will be a nice fine flowery Autumn I like that time so much. I don't feel cool enough to make those constant raids on Nelly (?) you suggest though its very much nicer than Margate(?). I can't say I like Margate(?) the children are the best part of it. I think there can be no place where there are more. Many thanks for the flowers. They are very reviving(?). Pray excuse the rambling character of this letter I send you I write at night, when my thoughts certainly want putting together. How are the children? Well I suppose with love to them and you.

8/17 autograph letter signed. 1 p. (15 x 10 cm.) To Mrs. Lutyens from KG dated Monday. I am obliged to return to London on Wednesday so am sorry to say I shall not be able to come to you on Thursday. I hope to return here very shortly so I hope you will forgive me and allow me to come and see you one day then.

8/18 autograph letter signed. 4 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (15 x 10 cm.) To Miss Harrison from KG at Witley. ca. 1879-1884. I am so truly not to have come today, but the fog here has been so very bad that I dare not venture. It does not seem to lift in the least so now I give it up. I am afraid I can not promise to come another day before Christmas as I have some work I must get done for then. But after I will write and _____ one up if I do not put in an appearance. It is so vexing that just this day should have turned out so - and I have done no work all day but there it can't be helped. But I always have such a miserable feeling when I seem to have wasted a day. With very kind regards and don't think that I'm not coming for I am.

8/19 autograph postcard signed. 1 p. (16 x 12 cm.) To Lily Evans from KG. ca. 1877-1883. Dear Lily I pray / do not send me away / or the people may say / that you don't like to pay / for the pictures so gay / that denote Xmas day.

8/20 autograph letter signed. 4 pp. on 1 folded leaf with envelope. (14 x 9 cm.) To Ada [Evans] from KG dated Wednesday. ca. 1877-1880. I was very glad to have your letter and wish you would write to me sometimes. I'm afraid I can't come as soon as next week I am so very busy getting all the little girls together for my picture, but be sure I am coming before so very long. I shall like to so much. All the pretty leaves will be gone for I'm afraid it will be three or four weeks before I am able to leave. Give my love to your Mama and tell her I'm so sorry but I really must not come yet. I hear one of your dormice died. Are the others all right. I should think this frost has put an end to all the butterflies. Did you have any snow. It really snowed quite fast here this morning. I consider it quite too bad for October though I think you don't mind the cold much. Do you have any guys(?) or fireworks at Witley. There are such funny masks about. I thought of sending one to Herbert only I was afraid he might be rather frightened at it they are so very ugly. My very best love to Lily Hetty and the boys. And I like your writing to me very much.

8/21 autograph letter signed. 4 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (15 x 10 cm.) To [Edmund] Evans from KG. ca. 1878-1884. You do what you think best. I suppose you mean they will photograph the illustrations from the book in America and get electrotypes from the photographs - but in that case they can only get the photograph from the engraving - not from the drawing - ours must then remain the best. do you think it is worth while for so small a profit as the sale of the electrotypes to help them to bring one out exactly like ours - then we could - should - get a sale in advance - I certainly would not supply them to them at the time the book first comes out. What can it matter to Routledges to advise that. I don't know - you know best - but really I don't see it in an at all advisable light. Couldn't you supply such a house with some rather cheaper ___ I don't see what advantage it is to us - it could only be a few pounds - I think don't do it but you will do as you think best. It seems to me bad enough to get so little American sale now through the copying - and I can't see why one of ours should sell if they get the very thing cheaper - I think don't - I must say.

8/22 autograph letter signed. 1 p. (15 x 10 cm.) To Dear Sir from KG at Holloway. ca. 1878-1884. They are from my drawings. KG [added in pencil at bottom] I think Mr. Evans would lend you plenty of any of my illustrations if you wish. C. Morley

8/23 autograph letter signed. 4 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (14 x 9 cm.) To Herbert [Evans] from KG dated Sunday Evening. ca. 1879-1884. I'm very glad to hear from you at last, and am glad your foot is so much better. This snow, so you like it, well, I don't, it is so cold and then it is so slippery. I often have to walk in the road, and the little boys (some of them are naughty in London) they make lots of slides right across the pavements, and then if you happen to step on them, and have an umbrella up, why then perhaps you come to grief like this old man; [drawing] but though the little boys are naughty, I like to look at them. Can you slide. [drawing]. Are you glad it is nearly Christmas. I suppose you think it is a very nice time. What do you do all day, now you can't go out. Do you play with Hetty or paste pictures, or paint them. I shant forget those paints. Tell Lily I hope Caroline is well, and does not catch cold this weather, and you must give my love to Ada, and Lily and Hetty and then to yourself. I hope you will write again soon, because you said you would you know, and so good-bye.

8/24 autograph letter signed. 1 p. (14 x 9 cm.) To Dear Madam from KG at Holloway dated 29 December 1880. The designs in Under the Window and the Birthday book are copyright and no permission can be granted to exhibit copies of them for sale.

8/25 autograph letter signed. 2 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (14 x 10 cm.) To Mrs. Coonley from KG at Holloway dated 3 May 1881. I shall have much pleasure in writing in the verses for you, it must be in pencil, and I am afraid I cannot do it very neatly, but I will do in as well as I can. I have answered this at once and hope you will get it in time.

8/26 autograph letter signed. 1 p. (15 x 10 cm.) To Miss Eveline M. Burnblum from KG at Holloway dated 27 November 1882. I have much pleasure in granting your request. It is not the least trouble to do so.

8/27 autograph receipt signed. 1 p. (15 x 10 cm.) Received of Mr. D. Lothrop the sum of twenty one pounds for water color drawing. Rec'd for Kate Greenaway, J. Greenaway. P.S. My daughter not being in town sent this letter for transmission but omitted receipt as I have signed for her. J.G.

8/28 autograph letter signed. 1 p. (15 x 10 cm.) To Miss Osborn from KG at Holloway dated 9 January 1883. I am sorry I cant help you in any way, but I have nothing I could send either pictures or sketches. Everything I do just now is done for some particular thing so you see I get nothing unused.

8/29 royalty statement 1 p. (16.5 x 21 cm.) To Miss K. Greenaway in account with Edmund Evans dated May 15, 1883. Shows royalties due for KG Birthday Book, KG Almanack 1883, Mother Goose, and Under the Window total 38.125 pounds.

8/30 autograph postcard signed. 1 p. (12 x 7.5 cm.) To Mrs. Edmund Evans at Witley from KG dated Tuesday [May 18, 1886]. Thursday is just the day I can't meet you, but as you will have Etty and are not going to Whitely's the next time will be better. I was afraid you'd catch cold it was such a day. It will be a good thing when they are all done. Yes please let the dahlias wait till the right time it would be a pity if they died - the frost hurt our things fearfully. I suppose though being newly put in but I've found a 2 piece of St. John's wort coming up from the old row.

Note: on February 16, 1885, Kate Greenaway moved from Holloway to Hampstead. 8/31 autograph letter signed. 1 p. (15.5 x 10 cm.) To Sir from KG at Hampstead dated 30 March 1888. I return you the mss of the little stories you sent to me. I think they are very good stories but I could not illustrate them as I cannot draw cats - and - people don't care much for tales of fairies - now.

8/32 autograph letter signed. 1 p. (15.5 x 10 cm.) To Mrs. Shaw from KG at Hampstead dated 22 September 1888. I shall be at home tomorrow and delighted to see you at 4 oclock. It really is lovely - just perfection - may it ___ and ___ and ___ far off.

8/33 autograph letter signed. 1 p. (15 x 10 cm.) To Wolcott Bolester, Jr. for KG at Hampstead dated 27 November 1889. In answer to your note of the 25th I beg to say that at present I have no time to undertake any fresh illustrations.

8/34 autograph letter signed. 13 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (15 x 10.5 cm.) To Lady Lindsay from KG at Hampstead dated 28 January 1890. I have been hoping to come to see you one afternoon, but have had so much to do. I have not been able and I am afraid I cannot come for a week or two yet, so- I felt I must write and tell you or else you would think I had forgotten all about coming which isn't at all the case. The Printers are waiting for drawings and pictures want finishing. You will understand I hope. Later on I will write again and ask you when I may come. I hope you have been well, in this to me - beautiful weather - it has been so very wonderfully time it seems impossible to think it is still January and then the birds - sing just like Spring - I am warned that frost and snow will come soon, but for all that I can't but rejoice in the bright days and hope they will only last.

8/35 autograph letter signed. 4 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (15 x 10 cm.) To Helen from KG at Hampstead dated Good Friday [April 4] 1890. I can't pack up and go off to ___ tomorrow ___ would I could but I think I will come later any day after Sat. 12th. I can't come now for these reasons we have only the Housemaid as servant until Wednesday also Eddie is here for a few days. Then I have promised to take Lily Severn out on Sat 12 also to go out with my sister and I don't like to break these engagements unless there is necessity - and would not everything be prettier the week after, the only thing is I do feel really ill how wretched it is to have such nerves for I suppose it is all that. I do feel it so kind of you to take this trouble about me - I do feel grateful to you. Of course the rooms in your House would not be empty then. Still for some things in my done up state. Perhaps another house might be best only not the same house as Mrs. Ritchie much as I love her in other ways. Your kindness isn't just going to be taken in the way you wish I'm going to have and pay for two rooms which you are going to be sweet enough to get for me, it's so good of you. So be reasonable for evidently from what you told me the rooms are not extravagant prices just now. It is just lovely here - so bright. I hope it won't change and rain. I'm too tired for anything Mrs. Severn so kindly took John and I to As You Like It. Mrs. Langtry's last night. it is such a pretty play, but I was not well enough to do it justice. Well I hope I shall come. I would rather come next Thursday only I don't like breaking those engagements and then after all there will be more rooms by the Monday and flowers nearer coming out so perhaps its better then. Where is Lymington I don't know that route at all. I hope the boys are getting on all well.

8/36 autograph letter signed. 2 pp. on 1 leaf. (15 x 10 cm.) To Miss Ritchie from KG at Hampstead dated August 1890. I have been obliged to come home so shall not be able to go to you tomorrow. I hope soon to be at Witley again by my father is too ill for one to leave yet. If I am not fortunate in seeing you at Witley I do hope you will come and see me when you are back in town. I shall feel you are very kind if you do and I shall be so glad to see you.

Note: Kate Greenaway's father died August 26, 1890.

8/37 autograph letter signed. 2 pp. on 1 leaf. (16 x 10 cm.) To M.H. Heinds?? from KG at Hampstead dated 2 January 1891 on mourning stationery. I have decided that I should like the exhibition of my drawings ___ and I agree to your terms. I should like to know at once which of the drawings will be used- because the time is very short for naming them.

8/38 autograph letter signed. 3 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (15 x 10 cm.) To Lily [Evans] from KG at Hampstead dated 21 January ca. 1891-93. There is a train at 2 oclock goes to Westminster Bridge gets there at 4 minutes to 3 - so gives us 4 minutes to get to the Abbey. There is one at 1:45 but that I expect would be too early for you. If you can get the 2 oclock you had better meet me at the Finchley Room Metropolitan Station at 5 minutes to 2 only be sure you are in time. If you would not have had lunch in time to do this we will just go for a walk over the Heath. You could perhaps leave a note this afternoon or before you go to church in the morning to say which you will do. I should not get it by post unless you post it before the 5 oclock post.

8/39 autograph letter signed. 2 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (15 x 10 cm.) To Lady Lindsay from KG at Witley Surrey dated 29 April 1892. I am very sorry that I could not go to see you yesterday but as you see I am not at home. But here - where I am vainly trying to paint the Spring in various aspects - but it is so cold. The poor primroses are quite withered today in consequence of last nights frost. Or else everything is loveliness itself just now. I have so often wished and intended going to see you but I get so little time to do what I wish. I hope you have been well all this time. I feel it so kind of you to remember me and I am really very sorry that I was not in town that I might have gone to see you yesterday.

8/40 autograph postcard signed. 1 p. (11 x 7.5 cm.) To Mrs. Miller from KG at Hampstead dated Saturday [12 November 1892]. I am home. Can we meet one day next week. Shall I come or will you come here. I shall not be at home tomorrow (Sunday). 8/41 autograph letter signed. 2 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (15 x 10 cm.) To [Marion Harry] Spielman[n] from KG at Hampstead dated 14 February 1894. I am very sorry but I have no water colour drawings I can send to the Brussels Exhibition and I don't know who has my drawings except very few of them. Harry J. Veitch, esq. 34 Radcliffe Gardens South Kensington Has several I think it very possible he would lend one. I conclude you mean water colour drawings not book illustrations. 8/42 autograph letter signed. 2 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (15.5 x 10 cm.) To Madam from KG at Hampstead dated 16 March 1894. On mourning stationery. I am sorry to be unable to help you. I am illustrating no books at present it is difficult to say what ideas are likely to catch now your alphabet might or not as it happens. Your best plan would be to send it to the different publishers.

8/43 autograph letter signed. 4 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (15 x 10 cm.) To Mary from KG from Woodend Bournemontts dated 27 September 1894. On mourning stationery. Thank you very much for telling me about the Exhibition but I do not think I have anything to send and I could not send it until next week. If I find anything I will send it but I do not think I have. I have sold several since my exhibition and now I have only unfinished ones left. Of course if you like to lend those I gave you (out of London) I do not mind. I have not been to see anyone at Hampstead for I have not been there only for a day or two at a time in between visits. I have had very lovely holidays now I am longing to be at work again. First as you know I went to Coriston?? Then to Cromer then to Newbury then here. I seem to have been careening over England. I have had very pleasant times only it has been so cold it has not seemed like summer. I have met more new people than I usually meet in a whole year. I have not read much there has been no time a Newbury we were out all day on the Downs. Today at the soldiers and then going to tear at the camp and not getting home until very late for dinner. Give my love to Ruth and Minnie?? Please and I send my love to you. [written in pencil at top of letter] Write home if you write again for any reason too I am so uncertain which day I leave here.

8/44 autograph letter signed. 1 p. (15.5 x 10 cm.) To Lady Lindsay from KG at Hampstead dated 12 October 1894. On mourning stationery. I am so glad that I am free tomorrow. I shall be so glad to see you if fine . I will come soon after 4. I am obliged to say if fine for I have such bad rheumatism I am afraid to go out in the rain.

8/45 autograph letter signed. 2 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (15.5 x 10 cm.) To Mr. [Edward] Bok from KG at Hampstead dated 21 December 1894. On mourning stationery. Thank you very much for the money which I have just received. I am glad you like the drawings I will begin you a new set of course this winter weather is my chance of doing them only you must remember that I promise them at no fixed date at all. But I will let you have them as soon as I can. [This letter was written to Edward Bok, publisher of The Ladies Home Journal and refers to a series of illustrations Kate Greenaway agreed to do for poems by Laura Richards which appeared in the Journal from April 1895 through November 1896.]

8/46 autograph letter signed. 3 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (18 x 11.5 cm.) To Dolly from KG at Hampstead dated 28 September 1895. I feel so pleased when I see your writing and think there is a letter from you. It isn't half as nice as being with you but so much better than nothing at all. I have just had a card with a photograph of a house on it, which belongs to some people of the same name as mine and who wish to be relations. The man who writes has written so often I really begin to feel he must be one. He has just given me an account of his brother's wedding. It is so funny I've never seen him. I am going to Cromer next Thursday evening. Can you not come to me before I go? I have so much to tell you. My very dearest love to you. [Letter has two sketches drawn on it.]

8/47 autograph letter signed. 4 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (15.5 x 10 cm.) With envelope. To Lady Maria [Ponsonby] from KG at Hampstead dated 26 July 1897. I am back again now. I came on Saturday night then the housemaid was ill and had to go home. So there was a new ___. However I've got a girl, she is very young and inefficient but she is nice so we shall manage in a way. Shall you still venture to come the Garden is past holding out as any inducement it is a dried up wreck so I am the only inducement and of course to me it is a very great pleasure to see you and Lady Mayo. But it is as you like or can - I would come and see you if you would like it better. Perhaps there is neither thing can be done now, but you will say just what you like, won't you? Hasn't it been hot and all this thunder it was beautiful at Witley. I went to such beautiful places down such lovely roads where it was a world of green leaves over Commons - crimson and pink with heather as far as you could see - to Gardens and to one garden where there were all sorts of flowers I'd never seen before - such carnations and roses it was Miss Jekyll's and she is building such a pretty new house. My brother is not well again. The doctor wants him to go to ____ I'm so sorry he is not so well but I daresay this weather is the very worst thing for him. An American and his wife came today and bought some drawings and the lady asked me how much they were a dozen How is Mr. Ponsonby. He has quite deserted me. I heard from Lady Dorothy the other day. She seemed to be very glad to be going away. I ___ so my ___ you think Miss Nevill so ill I leave it to you tell me what you like to do best. 8/48 autograph letter signed. 1 p. (15 x 10 cm.) To Wilfred [Evans] from KG at Hampstead dated 15 February 1899. I'm not well enough to go to Racquet Court so will you call here if you like. I don't see it is much we ____ I think it would be simpler if you answered my questions but come tomorrow morning between 10 and 12. 8/49 autograph letter signed. 3 pp. on 1 folded leaf. With envelope. To Lady Maria [Ponsonby] from KG at Hampstead dated 16 November 1900. Purchased by Mrs. Willey from Goodspeed's Book Shop in Boston on December 20, 1968 for $45. You will wonder (probably) what has become of me. I am so unfortunate but my cough and cold simply won't go. I stay in try to go out - get worse and have to stay in again and another tiresome thing has happened - a tiresome little swelling just by my collarbone. The Doctor don't know if it is only a swollen gland or if it might be connected with the other tiresome lump. It is done with Bella Donna if it don't get smaller I shall have to let Mr. Howard Marsh see it. I seem the Prey of Misfortune if the weather takes a turn. I'll write and see if I can come and see you one day next week. I will write again. I hope Mr. Ponsonby and Lady Mayo are both better and you well. I draw every morning slight things - I have not yet had any models. I can work very well for the morning but I get rather tired. I do hope it will cease raining soon.

8/50 autograph letter signed. 4 pp. on 1 folded leaf. (15 x 10 cm.) To Lady Dorothy from KG at Hampstead dated 28 December 1900. I felt your letter very kind it is so nice of you to think of buying one of my drawings but in the first place I should not like to choose for I should not know what you would like best, and then I like to give you anything you like - drawings are the only things I have to give to my friends and I feel it too much you should by them all the same. I feel you thought of it so kind you are always kind. I can't say the public rush to by my work now - I don't believe they will sell one at the Fine Art. It seems to me I shall have to keep to my idea of doing portraits if I wish to make money and if you hear of any one wanting children's portraits done I should be glad if you would say I was now going to do them. I hope when you come back that you will let me come and see you if you can't come and see me. I may go the Rowfant for a few days soon. I am so grieved Lady Jeune is not well. I do hope she will soon be better Dear Lady Dorothy I do feel you so kind and I send you much love. [written on front] I could not make out the name of the house so send it to 45.

8/51 autograph letter signed. 2 pp. on 1 folded leaf (15 x 10 cm.) To Dear Sir from KG at Hampstead dated 30 May 1901. Purchased from Howard S. Mott, Sheffield, Mass. I believe I did write if not I intended to - to say I have nothing whatever to do with copyright of the books now. I believe they are now the property of Messrs. Warne the Publishers. Note: Kate Greenaway died on November 6, 1901. 8/52 Letters written to Mrs. R.L. McPhail, and Mrs. Joseph Willey, Kate Greenaway collectors. These letters were written to them in response to research inquires they made of various publishers, libraries, book dealers, etc. 40 pieces dating from 22 October 1947 to 6 May 1963.


KATE GREENAWAY BIBLIOGRAPHY
A call number is provided for titles held by the de Grummond Collection. Discrepancies in publication dates are provided in brackets following the title citation. A Apple Pie by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1886]). PZ/7/.G827/Ap/1886 Almanack for 1883 by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1882]). NC/1115/.G633/E883a Almanack for 1884 by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1883]) NC/1115/.G633/E884a Almanack for 1885 by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1884]) NC/1115/.G633/E885a Almanack for 1886 by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1885]) NC/1115/.G633/E886a Almanack for 1887 by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1886]) Almanack for 1888 by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1887]) NC/1115/.G633/E888a Almanack for 1889 by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1888]) NC/1115/.G633/E889a Almanack for 1890 by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1889]) NC/1115/.G633/E890a Almanack for 1891 by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1890]) NC/1115/.G633/E891a Almanack for 1892 by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1891]) Almanack for 1893 by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1892]) Almanack for 1924 by Kate Greenaway (London: Warne, [1923]) NC/1115/.G633/E924a Almanack for 1925 by Kate Greenaway (London: Warne, [1924]) NC/1115/.G633/E925a Almanack for 1926 by Kate Greenaway (London: Warne, [1925]) NC/1115/.G633/E926a Amateur Theatricals by Walter Herries Pollock and Lady Pollock (Juliet Creed), illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Macmillan, 1879) Art at home series The April Baby's Book of Tunes by Mary Annette Beauchamp Russell, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Macmillan, 1900) PZ/8.3/.R9155/Apr Around the House: Stories and Poems illustrated by Kate Greenaway (New York: Worthington, 1888) reprint of Chatterbox Hall PZ/5/.A648x/1888 Art hours with illustrations after Kate Greenaway (New York: McLoughlin, c1882) Painting Book no. 1 ND/2399/.G8/A88/1882 Art in the Nursery: Pictures for Baby to Draw and Pictures for Baby to... illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Boston: Lothrop, [1879]) PZ/8.7/.A784/1879 The Art of England: Lectures Given in Oxford by John Ruskin, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Sunnyside, Orpington, Kent: George Allen, 1883-84) Lecture IV: 'Fairyland: Mrs. Allingham and Kate Greenaway' N/6767/R92/1884 Aunt Louisa's Charms for Children by [Laura J. Valentine], illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: McLoughlin Bros., [188-?]) KG illustrated 'Diamonds and Toads.' Aunt Louisa's Nursery Favourite by [Laura J. Valentine], illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Warne; New York: Scribner, Welford, 1870) KG illustrated 'Diamonds and Toads.' PZ/8/.V24x/Aun/1870 Aunt Sophy's Boys and Girls by Mrs. D.P. Sanford, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (New York: Dutton, 1879) [Engen 1881] PZ/7/.S2248/Aun/1880 Babes in the Wood by Marie Catherine D'Aulnoy, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (Edinburgh: Gall & Inglis, [1870?]) D'Aulnoy's Fairy Tales Baby Chatterbox by Aunt Hattie, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Worthington, 1880) [Engen 1883] Baby Dido and other Stories illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Boston: Lothrop, c1880) Christmas Stocking Library [not in NUC or OCLC] Baby World: Stories, Rhymes, and Pictures for Little Folks by Mary Mapes Dodge, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Century, 1884) compiled from St. Nicholas PN/6071/.C5/B32/1884 Baby's Birthday Book illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Marcus Ward, [1887]) [pub. date varies from 1884-1894] PZ/8.3/.B132/1887 Baby's Own Primer illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Boston: Lothrop, 1877) Cover title: My Picture Primer Baby's Picture Primer illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (NY: Worthington, 1880) contains illustrations republished from Trot's Journey PZ/5/.B126/1880 The Best Ornament by Tracy Towne, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Boston: Lothrop, [1878]) [Engen 1879] pseud. for E.W. Sawtelle Bib and Tucker Folks illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Boston: Lothrop, [1886]) [not NUC or OCLC] The Birthday Bouquet: With Daily Quotations Introducing Flowers and Names by Annie Greaves, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Warne, [1903]) Blue Bird by Marie Catherine D'Aulnoy, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (Edinburgh: Gall & Inglis, [1870?]) D'Aulnoy's Fairy Tales Bluebeard by Marie Catherine D'Aulnoy, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (Edinburgh: Gall & Inglis, [1870?]) D'Aulnoy's Fairy Tales A Book for Every Little Jack and Gill illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Dodd Mead, c1879) Brother, Sister and I illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Cassell, Petter & Galpin ,1881) Little Folks series. copyright by O.M. Dunham Brothers of Pity and Other Tales of Beasts and Men by Juliana Horatia Ewing, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1888) [Engen 1884, EC 1882) PZ/7/.E95/Brp Bubbles Bright for Pets Delight illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: McLoughlin, [18--?]) Banner series Busy Hours and Merry Hearts illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Boston: Lothrop, [1900]) Santa Claus series PZ/5/.B95/1900 The Captain's Children by Mrs. D.P. Sanford, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Dutton, 1880, c1879) PZ/7/.S2248/Cap/1880 Chart Primer (Appleton's) illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: D. Appleton, 1884) [Engen 1886] Chats for Small Chatterers by Clara L. Mateaux, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Cassell, Petter & Galpin [1876?]) Cosy Corner series Chatterbox by Frank Leslie, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Frank Leslie) AP/200/.C19x Chatterbox Hall illustrated by Kate Greenaway (New York: Worthington, 1884) published in 1888 with slight variations as 'Around the House' PZ/5/.C43x/1884 A Child's Influence: or, Kathleen and her Great Uncle by Lisa Lockyer, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Griffith, Farran, Okeden & Welsh, [1886]) PZ/6/.L77x/Chi/1886 The Children of the Parsonage by Henry Courtney Selous, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (New York: Dutton, [188-?]) London: Griffith and Farran,1874 PZ/7/.S4565/Chi/1880 The Children's Birthday Book illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Marcus Ward, [188-?]) [Engen 1884] Children's Songs: With Pictures and Music illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Marcus Ward, [not before 1885]) [Engen 1875] Chit Chat Stories for Little Folks illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Thomas Nelson; London: Partridge) Chit Chat series Chit Chat. Stories of Adventure and History illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Boston: Lothrop, [1887]) Chitty Chatty Stories illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: McLoughlin Bros., [188-?]) PZ/5/.C452/1880 Christmas Dreams by Mary D. Brine, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (New York: Cassell, [1886]) Christmas Snowflakes by Ella Farman Pratt, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Boston: Lothrop, c1879) PZ/8.3/.P87x/Chr/1879 Connor Morgan's Luck by M.T. W., illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Boston: Lothrop, 1881) A Cruise in the Acorn by Alice Jerrold, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Marcus Ward, 1875) PZ/7/.S642/Cr/1875 Dame Wiggins of Lee: and Her Seven Wonderful Cats by John Ruskin, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (Orpington, Kent: George Allen, 1885) PZ/8.3/.D182/1885a A Day in a Child's Life by Myles B. Foster, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, 1881) M/1997/.F76/D3/1881 Doll's Tea Party, Merry Play Time illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Boston: Lothrop, [1895]) Snow Bird series Down by the Sea by George Melville Baker, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Dodd Mead, c1880) cover title: Lads and Lasses PS/1059/.B2/D68 Dumpy by Archie Fell, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Boston: Lothrop, 1880) Baby Clover series pseud. of Mary J. Capron The Easy Book for Little Children illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Pictorial Literature Society, [188-?]) Elise illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Dodd Mead, [1881]) Tiny Folks series; Boy Blue series English Spelling Book by William Mavor, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, 1885) PE/1145/.M6/1885 Esther by Geraldine Butt, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Marcus Ward, 1878) Every Girl's Stories by Grace Aguilar, Geraldine Butt and Jane Butt, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Routledge, 1896) PZ/5/.E94/1896 The Fair One with Golden Locks by Marie Catherine D'Aulnoy, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (Edinburgh: Gall & Inglis, [1870?]) D'Aulnoy's Fairy Tales Fairy Gifts: or , A Wallet of Wonders by Kathleen Knox, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Griffith and Farran, 1875) PZ/8/.K773/Fai/1875 The Fairy Spinner and 'Out of Date or Not?' by Miranda Hill, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Marcus Ward, 1875) PZ/8.1/.H54x/Fa Favorite Album of Fun and Fancy illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Cassell, Petter & Galpin, [1879?]) The Favourite Story Book illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: McLoughlin Bros., [188-?]) PZ/5/.F325/1880 Fireside Fairy Tales illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Chicago: Donahue, Henneberry, [189-?]) PZ/8/.F512/1890 Five Friends by Pansy, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Boston: Lothrop, 1882) PZ/7/.A358/Fiv Pansy is pseud for I.M. Alden Five Mice in a Mousetrap by Laura E. Richards, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Boston: Estes & Lauriat, 1880) PZ/7/.R392/Fiv/1880 Flowers & Fancies: Valentines Ancient and Modern by B. Montgomerie Ranking and Thomas K. Tully, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Marcus Ward, 1882) PR/1184/.R26x/F66/1882 Fors Clavigera: Letters to the Workmen and Labourers of Great Britain by John Ruskin, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (Orpington, Kent: George Allen, 1871-74) KG in 91st 93rd 94th 95th 96th HD/8390/R9/1871 Freddie's Letter illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Routledge, 1880) Gems for Little Ones illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: McLoughlin, [188-?]) PZ/5/.G32/1880 Giant Story Book illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: McLoughlin, [190-?]) [Engen 1897] PZ/5/.G42/1900 The Girl's Play-time Book illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Routledge) The Go-cart and Other Pictures and Rhymes for Children illustrations after Kate Greenaway (New York: McLoughlin Bros., [188-?]) PZ/8.3/.G75/Go/1880 Good-night Stories for Little Folks illustrated by Kate Greenaway (New York: Thomas Nelson; London: Partridge, [188-?]) Grandmamma's Surprise Party by Katherine Williams, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (New York: Dodd Mead, c1880) PZ/7/.W659/Gra/1880 Greenaway Pictures to Paint illustrated by Kate Greenaway (New York: McLoughlin, [1882]) ND/2399/G8/G84/1882 A Guernsey Lily: or, How the Feud was Healed by Susan Coolidge, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Boston: Little Brown, c1880) pseud. for Sarah Chauncey Woolsey PZ/7/.W887/G3/1880 Happy Hours in the Little People's World: New and Old Jingles and Stories illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Providence, RI: J.A. and R.A. Reid, 1888) PZ/5/.H37/1888 Happy hours: Pictures and Stories for Our Pets illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Worthington, c1888) [Engen 1883] Happy Little People by Olive Patch, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Cassell, Petter & Galpin, [1881?] [Engen 1882] pseud for Mrs. Sarah Sharp Heaton Hamer Heartsease: or, The Brother's Wife by Charlotte Yonge, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Macmillan, 1887) [1879 in Engen] PR/5912/.H43/1887 Heigh-Ho! illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Dodd Mead, [1881]) PZ/7/.H364/1881 The Heir of Redclyffe by Charlotte M. Yonge, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Macmillan, 1879) PR/5912/.H44/1879 Hide and Seek illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Dodd Mead, c1881) Holidays at Home: for Boys and Girls by Margaret Vandergrift, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, c1882) pseud for Margaret Thomson Janvier Hop O' My Thumb by Marie Catherine D'Aulnoy, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (Edinburgh: Gall & Inglis, [1870?]) D'Aulnoy's Fairy Tales The Illustrated Children's Birthday Book by F.E. Weatherly, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: W. Mack, 1882) PZ/8.3/.I59x/1882 In-door Fun: for the Little People illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Boston: Lothrop, [189-?]) PZ/5/I53/1890 Infant Amusements: or, How to Make a Nursery Happy by W.H.G. Kingston, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Griffith and Farran, 1867) GV/1203/.K56x Jingles and Joys for Wee Girls and Boys by Mary D. Brine, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Cassell, c1883) PZ/8.3/.B772/Jin/1883 Jolly Good Time Story Book by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: McLoughlin Bros., c1900) PZ/5/.J655/1900 Kaspar and the Seven Wonderful Pigeons of Wurzburg by Julia Goddard, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Marcus Ward, 1876) PZ/8/.G54/Ka Kate Greenaway's Album: 192 Pictures in Gold Frames illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1885]) limited edition only 8 printed Kate Greenaway's Almanack & Diary for 1897 by Kate Greenaway (London: Dent, [1896]) NC/1115/.G633/E897a Kate Greenaway's Almanack & Diary for 1929 by Kate Greenaway (London: Warne, [1928]) NC/1115/.G633/E929a Kate Greenaway's Almanack for 1894 by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1893]) NC/1115/.G633/E894a Kate Greenaway's Almanack for 1895 by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1894]) NC/1115/.G633/E895a Kate Greenaway's Almanack for 1927 by Kate Greenaway (London: Warne, [1926]) NC/1115/.G633/E927a Kate Greenaway's Almanack for 1928 by Kate Greenaway (London: Warne, [1927]) NC/1115/.G633/E928a Kate Greenaway's Alphabet by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1885]) PZ/7/.G827/Kal Kate Greenaway's Birthday Book for Children by Mrs. Sale Barker, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1880]) PZ/8.3/.G75/Kab Kate Greenaway's Book of Games by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, 1889) GV/1203/.G7/1889 Kate Greenaway's Painting Book illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Warne, [ca.1918]) ND/2399/G8/K28/1918 King Christmas with illustrations after Kate Greenaway (New York: Dodd Mead, c1881) PZ/7/.K585/1881 Language of Flowers by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1884]) NC/1115/.G7/1884 The Library by Andrew Lang, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Macmillan, 1881) has reproductions of Greenaway illustrations Little Ann and Other Poems by Ann and Jane Taylor, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1883]) [Engen has 1882] PZ/8.3/.T215/Lit/1883 Little Bo-Peep: A Treasury for the Little Ones illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Cassell, c1883) PZ/5/.L715/1883 Little Boy Blue: a Collection of Nursery Rhymes illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Marcus Ward, [187-?]) PZ/8.3/.L725/1870 Little Castles with Big Wings by George Kringle, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Dodd Mead, [1884]) PZ/7/.K88/Lit Little Folks Enquire Within by Robert Ellice, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Ernest Nister) The Little Folks Holiday Album illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Cassell, Petter & Galpin, [1879?]) PZ/5/.L723/1879 Little Folks Nature Painting Book by George Weatherly, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Cassell, Petter & Galpin, [1880]) ND/2399/.W45/L37/1880 Little Folks Out and About Book by Chatty Cheerful, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Cassell, [1880]) pseud. for William Martin The Little Folks Painting Book by George Weatherly, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Cassell, Petter & Galpin, [1879]) ND/2399/.G714/1879; ND/2399/W45/L375/1879 1880z 1881 Little Folks Picture Gallery by Clara L. Mateaux, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Cassell, Petter & Galpin, [1878]) 5th ed. PZ/8.3/.M424/Lit/1878 Little Folks' Speaker: Recitations Selected for Little Girls and Boys illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Boston: Lothrop, c1898) PN/4271/.L58/1898 Little Gatherers illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Cassell, Petter & Galpin, 1882) copyright by O.M. Dunham Little Girls' Story Book illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Cassell, c1881) PZ/5/.L732/1881 Little Gyp: and other Stories illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Boston: Lothrop) Christmas Stocking Library Little Loving-hearts by Margaret Elenora Tupper, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Dutton, 1882) A Little Maid and her Moods by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Boston: Lothrop, c1878) Little Patience Picture Book by Mrs. Sale Barker, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Routledge, c1885) same as Little Wide Awake 1885 Little Sunbeam Stories illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Cassell, Petter & Galpin, [1878-1880]) [Engen 1880] 3 separate stories. Copyright by O.M. Dunham London Lyrics by Frederick Locker, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: [Chiswick Press], 1881) PR/4891/.L2/A7/1881a The Lost Knife illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Dodd Mead, 1880) PZ/7/.L67/1880 Lucy's Troubles and Other Stories by Laurie Loring illustrated by Kate Greenaway (Boston: Lothrop, 1882) [Engen 1887] Picture Land Stories pseud. for Mara L. Pratt-Chadwick Lyra Elegantiarum by Frederick Locker, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: White, Stokes & Allen, 1884) PR/1195/.V3/L6/1884 Maggie's Dream illustrated by Kate Greenaway (New York: Dodd Mead, 1880) PZ/7/.M34/1880 The Magic Mirror by Madeline Bonavia Hunt, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Cassell, Petter & Galpin, [188-?]) PZ/5/.H86/Mag/1880 Mama's Stories for Little Folks illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Nelson; London: Partridge, [between 1880-1900]) The Mammoth Story Book illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: McLoughlin, [19--?]) PZ/5/.M29/1900 Marigold Garden by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1885]) PZ/8.3/.G75/Mar The Marigold Painting Book by Kate Greenaway (London: Warne, [ca.1900]) ND/2399/.G8/M28/1900 Melcomb Manor: A Family Chronicle by F. Scarlett Potter, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Marcus Ward, [1873?]) PZ/7/.P852x/Me Miss Rosebud: and Other Stories illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Boston: Lothrop, [1888]) Molly and Nora and Other Chatterbox Stories illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Boston: Estes & Lauriat, 1882) Mother Goose: or, The Old Nursery Rhymes by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, 1881) PZ/8.3/.M85/G15/1881 Mother Truth's Melodies by Mrs. E.P. Miller, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Springfield, Mass: Bay State Publishing Co., 1881?) [Engen 1885] LB/1177/.M6/1887b full name Nancy Minerva Haynes Miller Mudge and her Chicks by F. Percy Cotton and Frances Cotton Collins, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Dutton; London: Griffith and Farran, 1880) New Chatterwell Stories illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: McLoughlin Bros., 1893) PZ/5/.N49/1893 The Old Farm Gate: Stories and Poems for Little People by Evelyn Cunningham Geikie, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Routledge, [c1882]) (Engen [1888]) Once Upon a Time: Play-stories for Children by Emma E. Brown, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Boston: Lothrop, c1879) Only for Very Good Children: A Book of Joys for Girls and Boys illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Philadelphia: Sunshine, [1895?]) Orient Line Guide by W.J. Loftie, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, 1890) [Engen 1888] G/153/.L74 Our Baby's Chatterbox by Aunt Hattie, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Chicago: Belford Clarke, 1884) pseud. for Madeline Leslie PZ/7/.B174/Our/1884 Our Girls: Stories and Poems for Little Girls illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Chicago: Belford Clarke, 1890) Painting Book: With Outlines from her Various Works for Girls and Boys to Paint illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1884]) ND/2399/.G8/P24/1884 Papa's Little Daughters by Mary D. Brine, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Cassell, Petter & Galpin, 1882) PZ/7/.B72x/Pap/1882 Peep Show: A Medley of Pretty Pictures and Stories illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Worthington, c1879) [Engen 1883] Pictures and Prattle illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: McLoughlin Bros.) Rosebud series Pictures to Paint: A Series of Illustrations in Outline and Colour by George Weatherly, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Cassell, Petter & Galpin, [1880]) ND/2399/W45/1880 The Pied Piper of Hamelin by Robert Browning, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1888]) PZ/8.3/.B82/P13 Pleasant Hours and Golden Days illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: F.M. Lupton, [1880]) The Poems of Frederick Locker by Frederick Locker, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (New York: White, Stokes & Allen, 1884) PR/4891/.L2/A17/1884 Pollie and Jack by Alice Hepburn, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Marcus Ward, 1875) pseud. for Mary Elizabeth Chevallier Boutell PZ/7/.B669/Po Poor Nelly by Mrs. Bonavia Hunt, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Cassell, Petter & Galpin, 1878) by the author of Paws and Claws?? Pretty Stories for Tiny Folks illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Cassell, Petter & Galpin, 1877) Little Folks' series #2 Proud Girl and other Pictures with illustrations after Kate Greenaway (New York: McLoughlin Bros., [188-?]) NC/242/.G7/P64/1880z Puck & Blossom by Rosa Mulholland, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Marcus Ward, [1874?]) PZ/8/.G3765x/Pu The Purse of Gold illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Dodd Mead, [1880]) Firelight series Puss in Boots by Marie Catherine D'Aulnoy, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (Edinburgh: Gall & Inglis, [1870?]) D'Aulnoy's Fairy Tales The Queen of the Pirate Isle by Bret Harte, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Chatto & Windus, [1886]) PS/1829/Q8 Queen Victoria's Jubilee Garland illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, 1887) DA/558.5/G73x/1887 The Quiver of Love: a Collection of Valentines Ancient and Modern illustrated by Kate Greenaway and Walter Crane (London: Marcus Ward, 1876) PR/1184/R36/1876 Red Riding Hood by Marie Catherine D'Aulnoy, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (Edinburgh: Gall & Inglis, [1870?]) D'Aulnoy's Fairy Tales Rhymes for the Young Folk by William Allingham, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Cassell, [1887] PR/4004/.A5/A76 Rover's Fun and Other Stories illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Boston: Lothrop, c1880) PZ/5/.R78/1880 The Royal Progress of King Pepito by Beatrice F. Cresswell, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, [1889]) PZ/7/.C8644/Ro School Days in Paris by Margaret S. Jeune, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Griffith and Farran; New York: Thomas Nelson, [1871]) PZ/7/.J5532x/Sc Scrap Book of Stories for Little Folk illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Cassell, Petter & Galpin, 1881) Little Folks' series #1 copyright by O.M. Dunham Seven Birthdays: or, The Children of Fortune by Kathleen Knox, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Griffith and Farran, [1876?]) PZ/8/.K773x/Se Soap Bubble Stories by Fanny Barry, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: James Pott & Co.; London: Skeffington & Son, 1892) Some Little People by George Kringle, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Dodd Mead, c1884) [Engen 1881] PZ/7/K88/Som Songs for the Nursery: A Collection of Children's Poems, Old and New by Robert Ellice, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: W. Mack, [1884]) PN/6110/.C4/E53/1880 Songs of the Month by Lucie E. Villeplait, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Worthington, 1891) PZ/8.3/.V85x/Son/1891 Starlight Stories Told to Bright Eyes and Listening Ears by Fanny Lablache, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Griffith and Farran, 1877 [i.e. 1876]) [Engen 1876 & 1877] PZ/7/.L115x/St Steps to Art with illustrations after Kate Greenaway (New York: McLoughlin Bros., c1882) Painting Book no. 2 ND/2399/.G8/S74/1882 Stevie's Visit by Katherine Williams, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Dodd Mead, c1880) PZ/7/.W659/Ste/1880 Stories from Wonderland illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Thomas Nelson; London: Partridge, [1881]) Stories Witty and Pictures Pretty: Fascinating Book for Children illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: W.B. Conkey, 1896) A Summer at Aunt Helen's illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Dodd Mead, c1880) PZ/7/.S86/1880 Summer Days by George Melville Baker, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Dodd Mead, c1880) cover title: Lads and Lasses PS/1059/.B2/D68 Sunshine for Little Children illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Philadelphia: Sunshine, c1888) PZ/5/.S898/1887 Tales from the Edda by Helen Zimmern, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: W. Swan Sonnenschein, [1882?]) PT/7234/.E5/Z5x The Tea Party and other Pictures & Rhymes for Children with illustrations after Kate Greenaway (New York: McLoughlin, [188-?]) NC/242/G7/T21/1880z Three Brown Boys and Other Happy Children by Ellen Haile, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Cassell & Co., c1879) PZ/7/.H126x/Thr/1879a The Three Little Girls and other Pictures & Rhymes for Children with illustrations after Kate Greenaway (New York: McLoughlin Bros., [188-?]) NC/242/G7/T37/1880z Tick, Tick, Tick, and other Rhymes illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: S.C. Patterson, Advertisers' Publishing, [188-?]) [Engen has NY: Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann, [1885] PZ/8.3/.T42x/188- Tiny Stories for Little Folk illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Nelson; London: Partridge, [1880?]) To Pass the Time illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: McLoughlin Bros., 1897) Sunbeam series Tom Thumb by Marie Catherine D'Aulnoy, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (Edinburgh: Gall & Inglis, [1870?]) D'Aulnoy's Fairy Tales Tom: Seven Years Old by H. Rutherford Russell, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Marcus Ward, [1877]) new ed. Tommy Toddyhigh and other Pictures and Rhymes for Children with illustrations after Kate Greenaway (New York: McLoughlin Bros., [188-?]) NC/242/G7/T55/1880z Topo: a Tale about English Children in Italy by G.E. Brunefille, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Marcus Ward, 1878) pseud. for Gertrude Blood PZ/6/.B812/Top/1880; PZ/7/.B62x/To Toy Land. Trot's Journey, and other Poems and Stories illustrated by Kate Greenaway (New York: Worthington, c1882) PZ/5/.T86x/1882 Trot's Journey illustrated by Kate Greenaway (New York: Worthington, c1880) PZ/5/.G71x/Tro/1880 Turnaside Cottage by Mary Senior Clark, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Marcus Ward, 1875) PZ/7/.C5492/Tu The Two Gray Girls and their Opposite Neighbors by Ellen Haile, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Cassell, Petter & Galpin, c1880) PZ/7/.H126x/Tw Two Little Cousins by Alice Hepburn, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (London: Marcus Ward, 1876) pseud. for Mary Elizabeth Chevallier Boutell PZ/7/.B669/Two/1876 Under the Window: Pictures and Rhymes for Children by Kate Greenaway (London: Routledge, [1878]) PZ/8.3/G75/Und/1878 Verses by Celia Thaxter, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Boston: Lothrop, c1891) PS/3012/V4/1891 Wee Little Rhymes by Mary D. Brine, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Cassell & Co., c1886) PZ/8.3/.B772/We/1886 What Naughty Susie Saw [nothing in Engen but title] What Santa Claus Gave Me illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Griffith, Faran, Okeden & Welsh; New York: Dutton, 1885) [Engen 1876] White Cat by Marie Catherine D'Aulnoy, illustrated by Kate Greenaway (Edinburgh: Gall & Inglis, [1870?]) D'Aulnoy's Fairy Tales Whose Fault Was It? illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Dodd Mead, 1881) Tiny Folks series; Boy Blue series Wide Awake Story Book illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: McLoughlin Bros., [19--?]) PZ/5/.W55/1900 Winter Blossoms for our Pets illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Cassell, c1890) PZ/5/.W722/1890 Wonder Days: Containing Pictures, Stories and Poems for Girls and Boys illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Worthington, 1887) PZ/5/.W7675/1887 The Wonderful Fan by Aunt Ella, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: Dutton, 1882) pseud. for Amy Ella Blanchard Woodland Romances: or Fables and Fancies by Clara L. Mateaux, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: Cassell, Petter & Galpin, [1877]) A Year of Golden Days illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (London: J. and A. Mack, c1900) The Youngster by Cousin Daisy, illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1880) [1860 in OCLC] PZ/8.3/.C685/You/1880 The Youngster illustrated by Kate Greenaway and others (New York: McLoughlin Bros., [188-?]) PZ/5/.Y72/1880


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