BOOK ILLUSTRATED: TEXT, IMAGE, AND CULTURE 1770-1930.
Golden, Catherine J.
This work is a collection of eight essays by leading scholars in the United States and England examining the rich interplay of word and picture collaborations from 1770-1930. These essays illustrate the ways visual culture evolved. Illustrations spanning 160 years of ballets, plays, poetry, novels, and children's books are analyzed. Book Illustrated is invaluable reading for art and cultural historians, book designers, illustrators, and bibliophiles.
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HISTORY OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE FROM THE EARLIEST SETTLE...
by Conrad, Henry C.
With numerous plates showing scenes of Delaware and portraits of important people. The author has signed the front free endpaper of volume one. Spine of volume three is spotted. Includes a general history of the state, histories of the counties and hundreds, and biographical sketches of prominent Delawareans. Some pages roughly opened.