Chicago: Saalfield Pub. COmpany, 1904. 4to. 18pp. printed in full color on muslin, stitched at the left edge to create a cloth book. All the letters of the alphabet are here: A is for Anvil. B is for Bat. Each letter is illustrated with a scene from the period showing children at play. The alphabet is followed by one page with a number rhyme, the numbers form 1 to 10: 1,2 were little friends true...
Some light soil and fraying but still in very good condition. Uncommon.
. Very good. Item #20197