The Schoolfellow: a Magazine for Boys and Girls. Vo. VI
(The Schoolfellow)

New York: Evans & Dickerson, 1854. A bound volume of this American nineteenth-century children's periodical; black and white woodcut illustrations throughout; 426 pages; with material concerning American & world history, philosophy, poetry, science, practical living skills for children, ie. "How to avoid Drowning" and "How to Make Presents"; riddles, more; lacks last leaf (2 pages); bound in publisher's decoratively gilt and blindstamped green cloth-covered boards; some edge, tips wear, rubbing, spine ends chipped, to the binding, gilt dulled; old damp discoloration first few leaves; overall, in good usable condition and an interesting example of an early American children's periodical. Good H (Item ID: 13724)


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