The Resource Books for children and youth, Vol. I

Books for children and youth, Vol. I

Label
Books for children and youth, Vol. I
Title
Books for children and youth
Title number
Vol. I
Contributor
Engraver
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Related
Member of
Cataloging source
MWA
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
Series 4 American Tract Society: 1848
Series volume
1-9
Target audience
juvenile
Label
Books for children and youth, Vol. I
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • A collection of nine tracts, all published by the American Tract Society, 150 Nassau St., New York, and each with separate title page
  • The American Tract Society was first located at 150 Nassau St., New York, in 1832. A new typeface was introduced in 1848. The American Antiquarian Society copy is printed in the new type and bears an owner's inscription dated 1853
  • Collective title page and table of contents, [4] p. at front
  • In brown cloth
  • "Memoir of Thomas H. Patoo, a native of the Marquesas Islands. Originally written by Mr. Harlan Page. -1-"--36 p. Wood-engravings signed by Alexander Anderson and Robert Roberts. "Series IV. Vol. I."--p. 13
  • "The history of Lucy Jackson. -2-"--36 p. "Series IV. Vol. 1."--p. 9
  • "The history of honest Roger. -3-"--36 p. Wood-engravings signed by William Roberts and Robert Roberts
  • "The history of the English Bible. -4-"--36 p. Title and number from table of contents, p. [3] at front
  • "The history of John Wise. -5-"--36 p. Wood-engravings signed by William Howland and Robert Roberts. "Series IV. Vol. I."--p. 29
  • "The history of Jacob Newman. -6-" Title and number from table of contents, p. [3] at front
  • "The cottage girl; or, An account of Ann Edwards. -7-"--36 p. Wood-engravings signed by Robert Roberts. "Series IV. Vol. I."--p. 21
  • "Memoir of Amelia S. Chapman. By Rev. Isaac Parsons. -8-"--36 p. "Series IV. Vol. I."--foot of title page. One wood-engraving signed: Roberts
  • "Little Ann. An authentic narrative. By Rev. R. Marks, author of the Retrospect, etc. -9-"--36 p. Attributed to Mary E. Bennett in the Library of Congress catalogue. Wood-engravings signed by Alfred R. Howland and Robert Roberts. "Series IV. Vol. I."--p. 13
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
16 cm.
Extent
1 v. (Various pagings)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
American Antiquarian Society copy lacks title page (p. [1-2]) of History of the English Bible; p. 31-36 of History of John Wise; and title page (p. [1-2]) and p. 3-6 of History of Jacob Newman. Inscribed: Maria Crounse Guilderland, her book, don't steal this book for fear of shame for here you see the owner [sic] name, for God will say on judgement day here is that book you stole away. Maria Crounse, 1853.
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (LGTO)(RLIN)MAAR8704142601-B
  • (GT)NBV9324
  • PLEASE NOTE **** When found, give to Linda Brown for RARE.
Label
Books for children and youth, Vol. I
Publication
Note
  • A collection of nine tracts, all published by the American Tract Society, 150 Nassau St., New York, and each with separate title page
  • The American Tract Society was first located at 150 Nassau St., New York, in 1832. A new typeface was introduced in 1848. The American Antiquarian Society copy is printed in the new type and bears an owner's inscription dated 1853
  • Collective title page and table of contents, [4] p. at front
  • In brown cloth
  • "Memoir of Thomas H. Patoo, a native of the Marquesas Islands. Originally written by Mr. Harlan Page. -1-"--36 p. Wood-engravings signed by Alexander Anderson and Robert Roberts. "Series IV. Vol. I."--p. 13
  • "The history of Lucy Jackson. -2-"--36 p. "Series IV. Vol. 1."--p. 9
  • "The history of honest Roger. -3-"--36 p. Wood-engravings signed by William Roberts and Robert Roberts
  • "The history of the English Bible. -4-"--36 p. Title and number from table of contents, p. [3] at front
  • "The history of John Wise. -5-"--36 p. Wood-engravings signed by William Howland and Robert Roberts. "Series IV. Vol. I."--p. 29
  • "The history of Jacob Newman. -6-" Title and number from table of contents, p. [3] at front
  • "The cottage girl; or, An account of Ann Edwards. -7-"--36 p. Wood-engravings signed by Robert Roberts. "Series IV. Vol. I."--p. 21
  • "Memoir of Amelia S. Chapman. By Rev. Isaac Parsons. -8-"--36 p. "Series IV. Vol. I."--foot of title page. One wood-engraving signed: Roberts
  • "Little Ann. An authentic narrative. By Rev. R. Marks, author of the Retrospect, etc. -9-"--36 p. Attributed to Mary E. Bennett in the Library of Congress catalogue. Wood-engravings signed by Alfred R. Howland and Robert Roberts. "Series IV. Vol. I."--p. 13
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
16 cm.
Extent
1 v. (Various pagings)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
American Antiquarian Society copy lacks title page (p. [1-2]) of History of the English Bible; p. 31-36 of History of John Wise; and title page (p. [1-2]) and p. 3-6 of History of Jacob Newman. Inscribed: Maria Crounse Guilderland, her book, don't steal this book for fear of shame for here you see the owner [sic] name, for God will say on judgement day here is that book you stole away. Maria Crounse, 1853.
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (LGTO)(RLIN)MAAR8704142601-B
  • (GT)NBV9324
  • PLEASE NOTE **** When found, give to Linda Brown for RARE.

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