Illustrated

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Bibliography - Alan Mac Clyde(1) - First Editions
... Mac Clyde, Alan, Bagne de femmes, Librairie Générale, 1931. 8vo ...
Penny Illustrated Paper
... The Penny Illustrated Paper was a cheap (1d.) illustrated weekly newspaper, which ran from 1861 to 1913 ... Illustrated weekly newspapers had been pioneered by the Illustrated London News (published from 1842, costing fivepence) its imitators included the Pictorial Times (1843-8), and - after the 1855 ... in 1861 it was possible to envisage an even cheaper mass-circulation illustrated weekly ...
Ralph Fletcher - Bibliography - Children's Picture Books
... Twilight Comes Twice - illustrated by Kate Kiesler (1997) Grandpa Never Lies - illustrated by Harvey Stevenson (2000) The Circus Surprise ...
Michael Scott (Irish Author) - Bibliography - Young Readers
... Illustrated The Piper's Ring (illustrated by Ian Deuchar, 1992) ISBN 0-460-88130-2 ISBN 978-0-460-88130-2 Fungie and the Magical Kingdom (illustrated by Steve Simpson, 1994) ISBN 978-1-899565-00-9 ISBN 1-899565-0 ...
H. Lawrence Hoffman - Illustrated
... The Cross in the West by Mark Boesch, Vision Books 1956 More champions in sports and spirit by Ed Fitzgerald, Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, 1959. ...

Famous quotes containing the word illustrated:

    The adjustment of qualities is so perfect between men and women, and each is so necessary to the other, that the idea of inferiority is absurd.
    “Jennie June” Croly 1829–1901, U.S. founder of the woman’s club movement, journalist, author, editor. Demorest’s Illustrated Monthly and Mirror of Fashions, p. 204 (August 1866)

    At first, it must be remembered, that [women] can never accomplish anything until they put womanhood ahead of wifehood, and make motherhood the highest office on the social scale.
    “Jennie June” Croly 1829–1901, U.S. founder of the woman’s club movement, journalist, author, editor. Demorest’s Illustrated Monthly and Mirror of Fashions, pp. 24-5 (January 1870)

    The capacity of the female mind for studies of the highest order cannot be doubted, having been sufficiently illustrated by its works of genius, of erudition, and of science.
    James Madison (1751–1836)