Pictorial views of Massachusetts :for the young.

Collection Type

  • Books and periodicals

GUSN

GUSN-272371

Description

[64] p. : ill. ; 15 cm.

Details

Descriptive Terms

Generals
Soldiers
Presidents
Architecture
City and town life
Battles
Statesmen
Picture books for children
Description and travel
History
History Revolution, 1775-1783

Originator

Barber, John Warner, 1798-1885.
Brown, Samuel E., d. ca. 1860.
Enos Dorr & Co.

Publication

Worcester [Mass.] : Enos Dorr & Co.

Description

[64] p. : ill. ; 15 cm.

Notes

Enos Dorr & Co. published in Worcester from 1853 to 1865.
Pages numbered as follows: [5], 12, 15, [1], 16, 19, [1], 20, 23, [1], 24, 27, [1], 28, 31, [1], 32, 35, [1], 36, 39, [1], 40, 43, [1], 44, 47, [1], 48, 51, [1], 52, 55, [1], 56, 59, [1], 60, 63, [1], 64, 67, [1], 68, 71, [2], 75, [1], 76, 79, [1], 80, 83, [1], 84, 87, [1], 88, [1]. Last page blank. Earlier issues of this work incorporated plates into the pagination; this edition retains the page numbering of the earlier issues but incorporates the full-page illustrations into the textual gatherings.
In printed boards with cloth spine. Boards printed in red and black ink.
Some wood engravings signed by Samuel E. Brown. Apparently, some of the illustrations were also taken from engravings by John Warner Barber for his Historical collections, being a general collection of interesting facts, traditions, biographical sketches, anecdotes, &c., relating to the history and antiquities of every town in Massachusetts,
"Juvenile books published by Enos Dorr & Co., booksellers & publishers, Worcester, Mass."--publisher's advertisement, lower cover.
Library and Archives purchase, 2011.

Call Number

Rare E18.7 .M37 E567

Material Type

Juvenile literature.

Places

Massachusetts
United States

Variant Title

Pictorial Massachusetts