Cinderella and the glass slipper /

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Author / Creator:Cruikshank, George, 1792-1878, creator.
Imprint:London : David Bogue, [1854]
London : Printed by G. Barclay
Description:31 pages, 5 unnumbered leaves of plates : illustrations ; 18 cm
Series:George Cruikshank's fairy library ; [3]
George Cruikshank's fairy library ; 3.
Subject:Cinderella -- (Legendary character)
Children's stories.
Fairy tales.
Children's stories.
Fairy tales.
Juvenile literature -- England -- London -- 1854.
Fairy tales -- England -- London -- 1854.
Etchings -- England -- London -- 1854.
Printed wrappers (Binding) -- England -- London -- 1854.
Annotations (Provenance)
Format: Print Book
Local Note:Copy 2: University of Chicago Library's copy number 3 of 4 items housed together in clamshell box; with: [1]. Cruikshank, George. Hop-o' My-Thumb and the seven-league boots. London : David Bogue, [1853]; [2]. A letter from Hop-o'-My-Thumb to Charles Dickens, esq. upon "Frauds on the fairies," "Whole hogs," &c. London : Published by D. Bogue, [1853]; [4]. Photocopy of autograph letter (1 sheet with black mourning border) from Cruikshank to Lovell Reeve dated 11[?] November 1853: My dear Reeve, I accept yr invitation to yr sit[illegible] cigar party on Monday [illegible] next, but as I do not smoke now I shall take the liberty of bringing [illegible] partner Bellows with me in self defense. Yours truly, Geo. Cruikshank; original transferred to the Historical Manuscripts Collection.
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Other uniform titles:Cinderella.
Other authors / contributors:Bogue, David, 1807 or 1808-1856, publisher.
Barclay, George, printer.
Cruikshank, George, 1792-1878, inscriber
Reeve, Lovell, ǂd 1814-1865, former owner.
Woodin, William H. (William Hartman), 1868-1934, former owner.
Provenance:Gift; Bakwin; 2017
Copy 2: Inscription: To Lovell Reeve esq. with the regards of Geo. Cruikshank.
Copy 2: Bookplate (inside clamshell box): William Hartman Woodin.
Copy 2: Former owner's manuscript annotations and pencil marks.
Copy 2: With "List of illustrations" bound before frontispiece.
Copy 2: Binding: Illustrated printed green paper wrappers with series advertisement on rear cover; in blue clamshell box.
Notes:Cover illustration signed: T. Williams.
Date of publication and series number from Cohn.
Includes address "To the public" (pages 29-31) in which Cruikshank seeks to correct the facts surrounding mention made of him in Harriet Beecher Stowe's "Sunny memories of foreign lands" as well as criticisms made in the press regarding his Fairy library.
Cohn A.M. George Cruikshank: a catalogue raisonné́, entry 198

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Call Number: PR4519.C4 H6 1853
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