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NONNY HOGROGIAN PAPERS

Collection Number
Collection Dates
Collection Volume
DG0471
1963-1974
8.60 cu.ft. (16 boxes)

Biographical Sketch | Scope & Content | Related Collections | Series & Subseries | Box Inventory

Provenance

Material purchased by the de Grummond Collection in 1973 and 1974 and donated by Nonny Hogrogian in 1974.

Restrictions

Non-circulating; available for research.

Copyright

This 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

Nonny Hogrogian was born on May 7, 1932 in New York City and grew up in an atmosphere that promoted artistic expression. Her mother dabbled in painting; her sister was an interior designer; and her father imitated the styles of Renoir, Monet, and others. She received the Bachelor of Arts degree in fine arts from Hunter College in 1953 and studied woodcutting under Antonio Frasconi at the New School for Social Research in 1957. After college she worked as a production assistant and designer in the children's literature department of Thomas Y. Crowell. In 1960, she illustrated her first book, King of the Kerry Fair. Since then she has divided her time between freelance illustration and serving as designer for the children's books, first at Holt, Rinehart and Winston and later Charles Scribner's Sons. In 1971 she married David Kherdian, a poet whose work she sometimes illustrates.

Hogrogian has a natural affinity for folk and fairy tales, poetry, fantasy and stories with strong nationalistic themes. These preferences date back to the universal childhood fare of Grimm and Andersen, as well as to the stories she heard her parents tell of their native Armenia. For many of the more than fifty works she has illustrated, Hogrogian has used woodcutting, but she never tires of exploring other techniques in an effort to unite text and picture.

Hogrogian is one of only five people to be awarded the Caldecott Medal twice. She first won the Medal in 1966 for Always Room For One More by Sorche Nic Leodhas, and again in 1972 for One Fine Day, an old Armenian tale that she retold and illustrated. She also wrote and illustrated The Contest, a 1977 Caldecott Honor Book.

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Scope and Content

The collection contains five series: correspondence (1966-1973 and undated), biographical and autobiographical material (1965-1973 and undated), materials for thirty-one books (1963-1972), miscellaneous original works (1964-1973 and undated), and posters and fliers (1966-1973 and undated). Titles are arranged alphabetically with materials for each title arranged in the probable order of creation.

The autobiographical and biographical material includes articles by and about Hogrogian, greeting cards designed by Hogrogian and David Kherdian, photographs of Hogrogian, and exhibit catalogs. The correspondence is of various kinds. There is one letter from Hogrogian to the de Grummond Collection, describing some of the material in the collection. There are letters, concerning no particular title, to Hogrogian from publishers, friends and business acquaintances. For many titles, there also is correspondence relating to the production of that book. The processor has left such letters, along with reviews, with the titles to which they relate. Of particular note is the material associated with Hogrogian's two Caldecott winners, Always Room For One More and One Fine Day.

About Wise Men and Simpletons (1971) is a collection of tales from the Grimm Brothers including old familiars such as "Hansel and Gretel" and "Rumplestiltskin." For this title the collection has correspondence and reviews, sketches, etching plates for the illustrations, etchings, a blueprint, dust jacket material, and an unbound proof with dust jacket. Always Room for One More (1965) is a story based on a Scottish ballad of the same title. It is about a generous family that invites everyone who passes to come inside. The collection has correspondence, reviews, material concerning the Caldecott Award, and illustrations for this title.

For Apples (1972), the story of an apple peddler who replenishes his cart from the trees that grow from the discarded cores of the apples he sells, the collection includes correspondence and reviews. It also includes sketches, a typescript, illustrations, proofs and a blueprint with dust jacket. Arbor Day (1965) explains how America came to have a holiday especially for planting trees and how important that day is for our future. Included in the collection for this title are correspondence, a woodblock print, and color separations. For Bears are Sleeping (1967), the music and lyrics for a gentle lullaby, the collection has a paste-up of the music and lyrics, acrylic illustration, draft of the dust jacket copy, and corrected proofs. Billy Goat and His Well-Fed Friends (1972) tells of a group of farm animals who search for a new home in order to avoid being eaten by their owners. For this title the collection contains correspondence, reviews, sketches, two typescripts, galleys, proofs, dust jacket material, color separations, and two unbound copies with dust jackets.

For The Day Everybody Cried (1967), the story of how laughter triumphs over tears, the collection includes correspondence, color separations, and an unused ink and watercolor illustration. For Dierdre (1970), a tragic Irish legend, the collection includes correspondence, etchings, and dust jacket. Favorite Fairy Tales Told in Greece (1970) is a collection of Greek tales that derive some of their characters from ancient Greek mythology. For this title the collection has a dummy, color separations, and dust jacket materials. The Fearsome Inn (1967) tells of two witches who practice their evil on lost travellers and the student of the holy Cabala who banishes them with his magic chalk. Included in the collection for this title are correspondence, reviews, a typescript, and illustrations.

In Gaelic Ghosts (1963), a collection of Scottish folktales, spooks of all kinds reward virtue or help the misguided see the error of their ways. For this title there are correspondence, reviews, woodblock prints, and dust jacket material. For Ghosts Go Haunting (1965), a second volume of Gaelic folklore for which Nic Leodhas has woven the tales from the fragments told her at clan gatherings, the collection has woodblock prints and dust jacket material.

Hand in Hand We'll Go: Ten Poems (1965) is a collection of poetry by Robert Burns. For this title the collection has correspondence, reviews, a typescript, color separations, and galleys. The Hermit and Harry and Me (1972) is the story of a grumpy hermit who rejects a little girl's friendship. The little girl, however, finds a friendlier companion elswhere. The collection has correspondence, reviews, notes and a typescript. It also includes galleys, illustrations, color separations, and an unbound copy with dust jacket.

In School: Learning in Four Languages (1969) gives us a glimpse of the first day of school in San Francisco, San Sebastian, Cherbourg and Odessa, introducing familiar words in English, Spanish, French, and Russian. For this book the collection contains correspondence, reviews, notes, and watercolor illustrations. For The Kitchen Knight (1965), based on Sir Thomas Mallory's tales of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, the collection includes correspondence, a review, color separations, and dust jacket material. Once There Was and Was Not: Armenian Tales Retold (1966) is a collection of seven folk tales which tell of the common folk, their quiet humor and the peculiar ways they resolve problems. The collection has correspondence, reviews, a promotional pamphlet, and illustrations for this title.

After an old woman cuts off his tail when he steals her milk, the fox must go through a long series of transactions before she will sew it back on again in One Fine Day (1971), Hogrogian's second Caldecott winner. Included in the collection for this title are correspondence, reviews, two typescripts, galleys, illustrations, layout tracings, proofs, a marked copy of the book, a filmstrip, and two audio tapes. For One I Love, Two I Love (1972), a collection of Mother Goose rhymes about love and marriage, the collection has correspondence, reviews, a typescript, a galley, and sketches. It also includes watercolor illustrations, a dummy, material for the cloth cover and a layout diagram for the dust jacket.

Paz (1971) is a story of a family living simultaneously in France and Spain who declare themselves independent when these two countries wage war on one another. For this title the collection contains reviews, notes, a dummy, and color separations. For Poems (1966), a selection of poems and songs by William Shakespeare, the collection has correspondence, reviews, a dummy, proofs, a color separation for the dust jacket, and the dust jacket. Poems of Stephen Crane (1964) is a collection of Crane's poetry taken mostly from the first editions of his works The Dark Rider and War is Kind. For this title the collection contains a letter, a specification layout, a dummy, a woodblock, and woodblock prints.

For The Renowned History of Little Red Riding-Hood the collection includes correspondence, reviews, a typescript, a dummy, illustrations, color separations, and a microfiche copy of the book. Sir Ribbeck of Ribbeck of Havelland (1969) is the story of how Sir Ribbeck finds a way to share the pears from his pear tree even after his death. For this title the collection has correspondence, reviews, a typescript, woodblock prints, dust jacket layout, and dust jacket.

When the youngest son sets out to find the firebird that had been stealing golden apples from his father's tree, he meets a wolf who helps him win not only the bird but a steed with a golden mane and a beautiful princess in The Story of Prince Ivan, the Firebird, and the Gray Wolf (1968). Included in the collection for this title are reviews, a dummy, illustrations, dust jacket layout, and an unbound copy with dust jacket. Talargain (1964) is a novel set in the Farne Islands off the coast of Northumberland in which the coast, the castles and the sea birds of that land are as alive and vital as the characters in the novel. For this title the collection has color separations. For The Thirteen Days of Yule (1968), the Scottish version of an old nursery rhyme which is similar to, but older than "The Twelve Days of Christmas," the collection includes correspondence, reviews, a typescript, overlays, and illustrations.

Three Apples Fell From Heaven (1971) is a collection of Armenian folk tales. The collection has for this title correspondence, reviews, notes and sketches, illustrations, color separations, and negatives of the illustrations. The Three Sparrows, and Other Nursery Poems (1968) is a collection of German nursery poems about animals, the seasons, trains, giants and other traditional themes. For this title the collection includes correspondence, reviews, a pen and ink sketch, color separations, dust jacket material, and proofs.

Mama Luka of Harlem tells Lee Edward many stories of Jahdu, including a heavy story, a story full of mischief, a story with a strong taste, and a cool and fresh story in The Time-Ago Tales of Jahdu (1969). Included in the collection for this title are a letter, reviews, notes, and graphite illustrations. For Vasilisa the Beautiful (1970), the story of a doll who helps Vasilisa perform the tasks she never could have performed alone, the collection contains correspondence, reviews, paste-ups, and illustrations.

The White Palace (1966) chronicles the life cycle of a Chinook salmon from birth, through his journey to the ocean, and finally back to his birth place where he reproduces and dies. For this title the collection has correspondence, reviews, and illustrations. For The Young Russians (1972), a unique collection of contemporary Soviet short fiction, the collection has a graphite illustration for the dust jacket.

The last two series in the collection are miscellaneous original works (1964-1971) and miscellaneous posters and fliers illustrated by Hogrogian (1966-1973). The original works include woodblocks and woodblock prints, etching plates and etchings primarily for posters. The printed posters and fliers illustrated by Hogrogian include collections of poems by her husband David Kherdian and notices of Kherdian's poetry readings.



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Series and Subseries


A. Biographical and Autobiographical Material (1965-1973 and undated)

B. Correspondence (1966-1974 and undated)

C. Books (1963-1972)

D. Miscellaneous Original Works (1964-1973 and undated)

E. Posters and Fliers


Box Inventory


    Box/Folder

A. Autobiographical and Biographical Material

1/2 Articles, cards, photographs, exhibit catalogs, 1965-1973 and undated, 25 items.

B. Correspondence

1/1 To the de Grummond Collection, 1974, 1 item. General correspondence, 1966-1973 and undated, 32 items.

C. Books

ABOUT WISE MEN AND SIMPLETONS by Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (London: Hamish Hamilton, 1971). 1/3 Correspondence, 1971-1972 and undated, 7 items. Reviews, 1971-1972 and undated, 13 items. Related material, 4 items. 1/4 Sketches, graphite, pp. 4-105, 11 items. Etching plates for illustrations on title page, pp. 4-110 and dust jacket, 21 items (stored in box 16). 1/5 Etchings, "artists proof," title page and pp. 4-110, 19 items. 1/6 Blueprint. 1/7 Dust jacket material: sketch, etching with watercolor, press sheet, dust jacket. 1/8 Proof, unbound, with dust jacket. ALWAYS ROOM FOR ONE MORE by Sorche Nic Leodhas, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1965). 2/1 Correspondence, 1966-1973 and undated, 100 items. 2/2 Reviews, 1965-1967 and undated, 42 items. 2/3 Caldecott material: acceptance speech, woodcut of Randolph Caldecott, bookmarks, and other material, 24 items. 2/4 Illustrations, pen and ink, with text paste-up, pp. 26-27. APPLES by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Macmillan, 1972). 2/5 Correspondence, 1971-1972, 4 items. Reviews, 1972-1973 and undated, 13 items. 2/6 Sketches, graphite, pp. 1-24 and dust jacket, 13 items. Typescript, front matter, 2 pp. 2/7-2/8 Illustrations, colored pencil, 2/7 pp. 2-3, 4-5, 6-7, 10-11, 12-13, 14-15, 16-17; 2/8 pp. 18-19, 20-21, 22-23, 24-25, endpapers, dust jacket. 2/9 Proofs, with text paste-ups, pp. iv-1, 2-3, and dust jacket, 3 items. Blueprint with dust jacket. ARBOR DAY by Aileen Fisher, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Crowell, 1965). 2/10 Correspondence, 1964-1966, 4 items. Woodblock print, pp. 2-3. Color separations with woodblock prints and text paste-ups, pp. 1-40 and dust jacket, 22 items. BEARS ARE SLEEPING by Yulya, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Scribner, 1967). 2/11 Paste-up of music with lyrics, pp. 10-27, and of copyright statement, 4 items. Illustration, acrylic, endpapers. Draft of dust jacket copy. 2/12 Proofs, corrected. BILLY GOAT AND HIS WELL-FED FRIENDS by Beatrice De Regniers, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Harper & Row, 1972). 3/1 Correspondence, 1971-1973 and undated, 26 items. Reviews, 1966, 1972 and undated, 4 items. 3/2 Sketches, graphite, 6 items. Specification sheet. 3/3 Typescript, marked for typesetter, front matter and pp. 1-7. Galleys, edited, 10 pp. 3/4 Negative proofs, edited, 10 pp., 2 versions. 3/5 Front matter: tracings, proofs and paste-up, 7 items. Dust jacket material: typescripts, layout diagrams, proofs, blueprints, 12 items. 3/6-3/9 Color separations, 3/6 pp. 3-17, 8 items; 3/7 pp. 18-33, 8 items; 3/8 pp. 35-49, 8 items; 3/9 pp. 50-64 and dust jacket, 9 items. 3/10 Proof, unbound, with dust jacket, 2 versions. THE DAY EVERYBODY CRIED by Beatrice Schenk De Regniers, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Viking, 1967). 4/1 Letter, 1965. Color separations with text paste-ups, pp. 1-32, and endpapers, 16 items. Illustration, ink and watercolor, "unused sample, pp. 6-7. DIERDRE by James Stephens, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Macmillan, 1970). 4/2 Correspondence, 1970 and undated, 2 items. Illustration, pen and ink, frontispiece, pp. 1, 107, and dust jacket, 4 items. Dust jacket. FAVORITE FAIRY TALES TOLD IN GREECE retold by Virginia Haviland, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (Boston: Little, Brown, 1970). 4/3 Dummy, text paste-ups only, pp. 2-96. 4/4 Color separations and graphite illustrations, half-title page and pp. 2-90, 21 items. 4/5 Dust jacket material: illustration, pen and ink and graphite; color separation with text paste-up. THE FEARSOME INN by Isaac Bashevis Singer, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Scribner, 1967). 4/6 Correspondence, 1967-1968 and undated, 3 items. Reviews, 1967-1969 and undated, 14 items. Typescript, edited, pp. 1-22. 4/7-4/8 Illustrations, graphite and watercolor, front matter, pp. 6-25, 12 items; 4/8 pp. 26-47 and dust jacket, 12 items. GAELIC GHOSTS by Sorche Nic Leodhas, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1963). 4/9 Correspondence, 1963-1968, 3 items. Reviews, 1964-1967, 2 items. Woodblock prints, pp. 1-111, 21 items. Dust jacket material: woodblock print, 3 colors; woodblock prints for color separation. GHOSTS GO HAUNTING by Sorche Nic Leodhas, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1965). 5/1 Woodblock prints, pp. 1-126, 17 items. Dust jacket material: woodblock print, 3 colors; woodblock prints for color separation. HAND IN HAND WE'LL GO: TEN POEMS by Robert Burns, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: T. Y. Crowell, 1965). 5/2 Correspondence, 1964-1967, 4 items. Reviews, 1965-1967, 10 items. Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, pp. 1-15. 5/3 Galleys, edited, pp. 1-7; 2 versions. Color separations, woodblock prints with text paste-ups, pp. 5-21, 15 items; 5/4 pp. 22-33, 16 items; 5/5 pp. 34-43, endpapers, and dust jacket, 23 items. THE HERMIT AND HARRY AND ME by Nonny Hogrogian (Boston: Little, Brown, 1972). 5/6 Correspondence, 1970-1973 and undated, 18 items. Review, undated. Notes, 2 pp. Typescripts: 2 preliminary drafts and final draft, edited and marked for typesetter. Galleys, text and front matter, 4 pp. 5/7 Illustrations, pen and ink, with text paste-ups, pp. 10-31 and dust jacket, 13 items. 5/8-5/10 Color separations on blueprints, 4 plates for most pages, 5/8 title page and pp. 7-11; 5/9 pp. 12- 20; 5/10 pp. 21-31; 5/11 Dust jacket material: layout diagram, 2 paste-ups, and blueprints. Proof, unbound with dust jacket, corrected. IN SCHOOL: LEARNING IN FOUR LANGUAGES by Esther Hautzig, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Macmillan, 1969). 6/1 Correspondence, 1968-1972, 7 items. Reviews, 1969 and undated, 7 items. Notes, 2 items. 6/2 Illustrations, watercolor, pp. 1-29, endpapers and dust jacket, 16 items. THE KITCHEN KNIGHT adapted and retold by Barbara Schiller, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1965). 6/3 Correspondence, 1966 and 1971, 2 items. Review, 1965. Woodblock print with text paste-up, half title and title pages. 6/4-6/7 Color separations with woodblock prints and text paste-ups, 6/4 pp. 1, 2-3, 6, 10-11, 15, 16, 19, 21; 6/5 pp. 24-25, 26, 31, 35, 39, 41; 6/6 pp. 43, 46, 49, 53, 54-55; 6/7 pp. 61, 62, 64. 6/8 Dust jacket material: layout, color separation with woodblock prints and text paste-ups. Sample pages, pp. 1-3, 62. ONCE THERE WAS AND WAS NOT: ARMENIAN TALES RETOLD by Virginia A. Tashjian, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (Boston: Little, Brown, 1966). 6/9 Correspondence, 1966-1973, 3 items. Reviews, 1966-1967 and undated, 8 items. Promotional pamphlet. 6/10-7/2 Illustrations, pen and ink; some with color separation overlays, 6/10 pp. i-25, 11 items; 7/1 pp. 26-57, 11 items; 7/2 pp. 59-85 and dust jacket, 11 items. ONE FINE DAY by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Macmillan, 1971). 7/3 Correspondence, 1971-1973, 63 items. 7/4 Reviews, 1971-1972 and undated, 32 items. Book marks: Newbery and Caldecott winners, 2 items. Typescript, edited, 3 pp., 2 versions. Galleys, 3 pp. 7/5-8/6 Illustrations, acrylic, 7/5 title page; 7/6 dedication page; 7/7 pp. 1-2; 7/8 pp. 3-4; 7/9 pp. 5-6; 7/10 pp. 7-8; 7/11 pp. 9-10; 7/12 pp. 11-12; 7/13 pp. 13-14; 7/14 pp. 15-16; 8/1 pp. 17-18; 8/2 pp. 19-20; 8/3 pp. 21-22; 8/4 pp. 23-24; 8/5 pp. 25-26; 8/6 endpapers; 8/7 Layout tracings with corrections, 13 items. Proofs, front matter, dust jacket copy and dust jacket, 4 items. 8/8 Book, marked copy. Filmstrip. Audio tapes, 2 items. ONE I LOVE, TWO I LOVE, AND OTHER LOVING MOTHER GOOSE RHYMES by Mother Goose, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Dutton, 1972). 8/9 Correspondence, 1969-1972 and undated, 33 items. Reviews, 1972, 5 items. 8/10 Typescript, edited, pp. 1-17. Galley. Sketches, graphite, 23 items. 8/11-9/2 Illustrations, watercolor, 8/11 frontispiece, half-title page, title page, pp. 7-8; 8/12 pp. 9-10, 11-12, 13-14, 15-16; 9/1 pp. 17-18, 19-20, 21-22, 23-24; 9/2 pp. 25-26, 27, endpapers; 9/3 unpublished title page and pp. 7-8. Dummy with text paste-ups and dust jacket. Proofs of illustrations. Cloth cover, paste-up and 2 fabric samples. Dust jacket layout diagram. PAZ by Cheli Duran Ryan, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Macmillan, 1971). 9/4 Reviews, 1971 and undated, 5 items. Notes. Dummy with text paste-ups. 9/5-9/7 Color separations, with text paste-ups, 9/5 title page and pp. 6-7, 8-9, 10-11, 14-15, 16-17; 9/6 pp. 18-19, 20-21, 22-23, 24-25, 26-27, 28-29; 9/7 pp. 30-31, 32-33, 34-35, 36-37, 38-39, and dust jacket; POEMS by William Shakespeare, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Crowell, 1966). 9/8 Correspondence, 1965-1967, 3 items. Reviews, 1966, 1 item. Layout diagram. Dummy with etchings and proofs of illustrations on pp. v, viii, 83, 116, 159. Proof, first leaf. Color separation, dust jacket. Dust jacket. POEMS OF STEPHEN CRANE by Stephen Crane, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1964). 9/9 Letter, 1963. Specifications for book layout. Dummy with graphite illustrations and text paste-ups. Woodblock, p. iii. [stored in Box 16] Woodblock prints, pp. i-55 and dust jacket, 24 items. THE RENOWNED HISTORY OF LITTLE RED RIDING-HOOD illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Crowell, 1967). 10/1 Correspondence, 1966-1968 and undated, 16 items. Reviews, 1967-1968 and undated, 40 items. Promotional pamphlet and watercolor sketch, 2 items. 10/2 Typescript, 12 pp. Galleys, 4 pp. Dummy with graphite sketches and text paste-ups. 10/3 Title page layout. Print samples. Illustrations, black line, title page, pp. 1-31, endpapers and dust jacket, 17 items. 10/4-10/8 Blueprints of color separations, 10/4 pp. 1-7, 32; 10/5 pp. 8-15; 10/6 pp. 17-21; 10/7 pp. 23-27; 10/8 pp. 29-31, endpapers and dust jacket. Microfiche copy of book. [stored separately] SIR RIBBECK OF RIBBECK OF HAVELLAND by Theodor Fontane, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Macmillan, 1969). 11/1 Correspondence, 1968-1971 and undated, 6 items. Reviews, 1969-1971 and undated, 8 items. Typescript, edited, 3 pp.; 2 versions. Woodblock prints, pp. 1-32, endpapers and dustjacket, 19 items. Layout diagram for dust jacket. Dust jacket. THE STORY OF PRINCE IVAN, THE FIREBIRD, AND THE GRAY WOLF translated by Thomas P. Whitney, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Scribner, 1968). 11/2 Reviews, 1968, 6 items. Dummy with text paste-ups and graphite sketches. 11/3-11/4 Illustrations with text paste-ups, ink and watercolor, 11/4 title page and pp. 2-3, 4-5, 6-7, 8-9, 10-11, 12-13, 14-15, 16-17; 11/4 pp. 18-19, 20-21, 22-23, 24-25, 26-27, 28-29, 30-31, 32-33 and dust jacket. 11/5 Layout diagram for dust jacket. Proof, unbound, with dust jacket. TALARGAIN by Joyce Gard, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1964). 11/6 Color separations, pp. 10-11, 16-17, 20-21 and dust jacket, with woodblock print. THE THIRTEEN DAYS OF YULE illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Crowell, 1968). 11/7 Correspondence, 1966-1969, 13 items. Reviews, 1968-1969 and undated, 41 items. Typescripts, 5 pp.; 2 versions. 11/8 Overlays, half title page and title page. Illustrations, ink and watercolor, title page, pp. 7-31, and dust jacket; some with text paste-ups and overlays, 15 items. THREE APPLES FELL FROM HEAVEN by Virginia A. Tashjian, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (Boston: Little, Brown, 1971). 11/9 Correspondence, 1970-1972, 8 items. Reviews, 1971 and undated, 8 items. Notes and sketches, 8 items. 11/10 Illustrations, pen and ink, pp. i, v, x, 1-78, 28 items. 11/11-12/1 Blueprints for color separations, 11/11 pp. i, v, 2, 6, 7, 15; 11/12 pp. 22, 27, 31, 35, 38, 43; 12/1 pp. 54-55, 62, 67, 71, 78; 12/2 Negatives of illustrations, 17 items. 12/3 Dust jacket material: Illustration, pen and ink, with text paste-up; watercolor illustration; color separation, 5 plates; and layout. THE THREE SPARROWS, AND OTHER NURSERY POEMS by Christian Morgenstern, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Scribner, 1968). 12/4 Correspondence, 1968-1971, 12 items. Reviews, 1968, 2 items. Sketch, pen and ink, p. 6. 12/5-12/7 Color separations with text paste-ups, 12/5 pp. 1-11, 17 items; 12/6 pp. 12-25, 18 items; 12/7 pp. 26-32, 11 items. Color separations, for catalog, 2 items. Dust jacket material: text paste-up, color separation, 4 items. Proofs, pp. 6-7, 8-9 alternates. THE TIME-AGO TALES OF JAHDU by Virginia Hamilton, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Macmillan, 1969). 12/8 Letter, 1971. Reviews, 1969-1970 and undated, 37 items. Notes, 1 item. Dummy with paste-ups of illustrations and text, watercolor and graphite. 12/9 Illustrations, graphite, pp. 2-63 and jacket with text paste-up, 12 items. VASILISA THE BEAUTIFUL translated by Thomas P. Whitney, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Macmillan, 1970). 12/10 Correspondence, 1970 and undated, 2 items. Reviews, 1970-1971 and undated, 12 items. 12/11 Paste-up, text only, pp. 4-32. 12/12 Illustrations, colored pencil, title page with text paste-up, pp. 5-32, endpapers and dust jacket, 16 items. THE WHITE PALACE by Mary Le Duc O'Neill, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: T. Y. Crowell, 1966). 13/1 Correspondence, 1965-1967, 5 items. Reviews, 1966 and undated, 9 items. 13/2-14/6 Illustrations, watercolor and graphite, with text paste-ups, 13/2 pp. 2-3, 6-7; 13/3 pp. 8-9, 10-11; 13/4 pp. 12-13, 14-15; 13/5 pp. 16-17, 18-19; 13/6 pp. 20-21, 22-23; 14/1 pp. 24-25, 26-27; 14/2 pp. 28-29, 30-31; 14/3 pp. 32-33, 34-35; 14/4 pp. 36-37, 38-39; 14/5 pp. 40-41, 42-43; 14/6 pp. 44-45, 46-47. THE YOUNG RUSSIANS: A COLLECTION OF STORIES ABOUT THEM by Thomas P. Whitney, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (New York: Macmillan, 1972). 14/7 Illustration, graphite, dust jacket.

D. Miscellaneous Original Works

14/8 "Armenian Poster," 1971, 2 woodblock prints and woodblock. [stored in box 16] "Bestiary," undated, woodblock print. "Cats in Wormwood," undated, 4 etchings with graphite. "Hans Christian Andersen," 1969, woodblock print and woodblock. [stored in Box 16] Lark, 1964, woodblock print for dust jacket. "University of Chicago, Best Books," 1973, 3 woodblock prints, 1 sample, and 1 woodblock. [stored in Box 16] Unidentified, 2 items.

E. Posters and Fliers

14/9 The Armenian Cookbook, by Rachel Hogrogian, 1971. "Birds in suet . . .," by David Kherdian, 1971. "Children's Book Showcase," 1972; woodblock. [stored in Box 16] "David Kherdian Reads his Poetry," 1972, [oversize; stored in map case] "David Kherdian Reads his Poetry," [1972]. Homage to Adano, by David Kherdian, undated. Looking Over Hills, by David Kherdian, [1971?]. "Poem for Nonny," by David Kherdian, 1973. "The Stellar Fall Children's Book Number of Publisher's Weekly" [1966]. [oversize; stored in map case] Cards, The Giligia Press, undated, 3 items
ITEMS STORED SEPARATELY BUT DESCRIBED ABOVE WITH RELATED MANUSCRIPT MATERIAL
Box 15 Etching plates ABOUT WISE MEN AND SIMPLETONS, 15 plates; related etchings in Box 1, folder 5. Box 16 Woodblocks THE POEMS OF STEPHEN CRANE, related print in box 9, folder 9 Armenian poster, related print in box 14, folder 8 Hans Christian Andersen, related print in box 14, folder 8 Children's Book Showcase, related poster in box 14, folder 9 University of Chicago Best of Books, 1966-1972, related print in box 14, folder 8


Processed: August 1991
Revised: June 2001

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