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Princess Badoura: A Tale from the Arabian Nights
Retold by Laurence Housman
(British, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire 1865–1959 Glastonbury, Somerset)
Date: [1913]
Medium: Photomechanical reproduction
Accession Number: 66.540.48
Traité de Lithographie Artistique
Henri Fantin-Latour
(French, Grenoble 1836–1904 Buré)
Date: 1893
Medium: Lithography
Accession Number: 1977.530.3
Edmund Dulac's Fairy-Book: Fairy Tales of the Allied Nations
Written and illustrated by Edmund Dulac
(British (born France), Toulouse 1882–1953 London)
Date: [1916 or 1919]
Medium: Photomechanical reproduction; wood engraving
Accession Number: 69.631.2
The Weavers
Edmund Dulac
(British (born France), Toulouse 1882–1953 London)
Date: ca. 1910
Medium: Graphite, ink, watercolor and chalk on paper
Accession Number: 59.23.31
King Albert's Book: A Tribute to the Belgian King and People from Representative Men and Women Throughout the World
Edited by Sir Hall Caine
(British, Runcorn, Cheshire 1853–1931 Isle of Man)
Date: [1914]
Medium: Color process plates, relief halftones and line photoengravings
Accession Number: 66.540.13
The Sleeping Beauty and Other Fairy Tales from the Old French
Retold by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
(British, Bodmin, Cornwall 1863–1944 Fowey, Cornwall)
Date: [ca. 1915]
Medium: Books
Accession Number: 1986.1145.22
Edmund Dulac's Picture-Book for the French Red Cross
Written and illustrated by Edmund Dulac
(British (born France), Toulouse 1882–1953 London)
Date: [1915]
Medium: Photomechanical reproduction, reproduced photograph
Accession Number: 69.631.1
Lyrics Pathetic & Humorous from A to Z
Written and illustrated by Edmund Dulac
(British (born France), Toulouse 1882–1953 London)
Date: 1908
Medium: Photomechanical reproduction
Accession Number: 67.726.5
The Daughters of the Stars
Written by Mary Crary
(British, active early 20th century)
Date: 1939
Medium: Photomechanical reproduction
Accession Number: 64.682.132
The Valley of Unrest
Edmund Dulac
(British (born France), Toulouse 1882–1953 London)
Date: first half 20th century
Medium: Pen and black ink
Accession Number: 67.708.4
La Reine des Neiges et Quelques autres Contes
Written by Hans Christian Andersen
(Danish, Odense 1805–1875 Copenhagen)
Date: 1911
Medium: Books
Accession Number: 1970.560.1
Princess Badoura: A Tale from the Arabian Nights
Retold by Laurence Housman
(British, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire 1865–1959 Glastonbury, Somerset)
Date: [1913]
Accession Number: 66.540.48
Traité de Lithographie Artistique
Henri Fantin-Latour
(French, Grenoble 1836–1904 Buré)
Date: 1893
Accession Number: 1977.530.3
Edmund Dulac's Fairy-Book: Fairy Tales of the Allied Nations
Written and illustrated by Edmund Dulac
(British (born France), Toulouse 1882–1953 London)
Date: [1916 or 1919]
Accession Number: 69.631.2
The Weavers
Edmund Dulac
(British (born France), Toulouse 1882–1953 London)
Date: ca. 1910
Accession Number: 59.23.31
King Albert's Book: A Tribute to the Belgian King and People from Representative Men and Women Throughout the World
Edited by Sir Hall Caine
(British, Runcorn, Cheshire 1853–1931 Isle of Man)
Date: [1914]
Accession Number: 66.540.13
The Sleeping Beauty and Other Fairy Tales from the Old French
Retold by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
(British, Bodmin, Cornwall 1863–1944 Fowey, Cornwall)
Date: [ca. 1915]
Accession Number: 1986.1145.22
Edmund Dulac's Picture-Book for the French Red Cross
Written and illustrated by Edmund Dulac
(British (born France), Toulouse 1882–1953 London)
Date: [1915]
Accession Number: 69.631.1
Lyrics Pathetic & Humorous from A to Z
Written and illustrated by Edmund Dulac
(British (born France), Toulouse 1882–1953 London)
Date: 1908
Accession Number: 67.726.5
The Daughters of the Stars
Written by Mary Crary
(British, active early 20th century)
Date: 1939
Accession Number: 64.682.132
The Valley of Unrest
Edmund Dulac
(British (born France), Toulouse 1882–1953 London)
Date: first half 20th century
Accession Number: 67.708.4
La Reine des Neiges et Quelques autres Contes
Written by Hans Christian Andersen
(Danish, Odense 1805–1875 Copenhagen)
Date: 1911
Accession Number: 1970.560.1

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