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Harry Whittier Frees was once widely known throughout the United States, initially for his novelty postcards, and later for his children’s books. Here, animals are dressed and posed as people in a variety of settings. These wonderfully cute photographs from the early decades of the twentieth century are as surprising and appealing as ever. It is Frees’ first book to be published in almost fifty years.
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Frees was born in 1879. His family settled in Oaks, and it was that Harry developed his professional work. He remained there until the early 1940s when, after the death of his parents he moved to Florida. Suffering fron cancer he committed suicide in 1953 and was buried in a pauper's grave at Clearwater cemetry.
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Book Description Dewi Lewis Publishing, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111904587240
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