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Mother Goose Rhymes
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Details

Object ID 000764

Object Name Mother Goose Rhymes

Object Desc Mother Goose Rhymes image of humpty Dumpty on the wall while tin soldiers walk in front of him. Large blue book. Front inside is blue with blue and white images of story book characters. Star edition.

Collection General Collection

Accession # CMY000615

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General Category Printed Material

Category Books

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Accession Date JAN 1,1991

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Location Toy Window Exhibit

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Status On Exhibit

Object Keywords Mother Goose,nursery rhymes,children's books,books,Platt & Munk Co.,Lenski, Eulalie and Lois L.,Watty Piper,hardcover books,illustrated books,picture books,


Title Mother Goose Rhymes

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Description / Abstract Mother Goose Rhymes image of Humpty Dumpty on the wall while tin soldiers walk in front of him. Large blue book. Front inside is blue with blue and white images of story book characters. Edited by Watty Piper illustrations by Eulalie and Lois L. Lenski. New York The Platt & Munk Co. Image of mother riding on the goose. CR 1922,1927, 1930, 1932.

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Language English

Publisher Platt & Munk Co.

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Image Caption CMY615

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Date MAR 27,2013

Summary Fair

Assessor Katie Wells

Notes The front and back of the blue cover have yelowed spots and as well as some wear that makes the blue look white.On the back a hand full of pencil scratches as wel as a purple scratch. Wear on binding and edges that results in discoloration( exposed cardboard). Pencil marks throughout the pages inside.


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