Title: Group of 8 Original Drawings, in Ink and ...
Publisher: c. 1910-1915, California
Publication Date: 1910
Book Condition: Very Good+
Group of 8 original ink drawings, hand-colored by Jeanette Tobin (1879-1946), an artist from the Los Gatos area of California. On white cardstock, average size about 4x6 inches, featuring a young boy or girl. They include: a boy in soldier's uniforn ("With the Kaiser safely canned / Peace will come to all the land"), a girl beneath the mistletoe, girl with bunny ("You know I love you and love you hard / Or why should I trouble to send this card"), little boy gardening ("Helping Hoover Over Here / Keeps things moving Over There"), little girl knitting ("We girls know no greater joys / Than knitting for our soldier boys"), girl with puppy ("You make my heart go pit-a-pat / When you look at me like that!"), girl ("For Auld Lang Syne"), girl with puppy (this one with a 1913 calendar, about 1x1 inch, mounted to upper corner, "Cheer up! Cherries will soon be ripe"). A little foxing; some light rubbing along the edges; but overall bright and clean. Bookseller Inventory # D8850
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