"Tales Told in Holland" and More Children's Books, Early to Mid-20th Century
|Title and Author/Editor||Little Pictures of Japan (Edited by Olive Beaupré Miller), Nursery Friends from France (Edited by Olive Beaupré Miller), A Wonder Book and Tanglewood Tales (Nathaniel Hawthorne), Tales Told in Holland (Edited by Olive Beaupré Miller)|
|Genre||Short Stories, Children’s, Fairy Tales and Folklore|
|Illustrator||Maxfield Parrish (American, 1870–1966)|
|Binding||Cloth on board, Cloth with pastedown illustration, Slipcase|
|Publisher||The Book House for Children, Doubleday & Company, Duffield & Company, The Platt & Munk Co.|
|Period||Vintage, Early to Mid 20th Century, Antique|
|Place of Publication||Chicago, New York|
|Edition Page Present||Mixed Lot|
|Number of Books||6|
|Additional Notes||Not all titles listed. Also includes a copy of Boehm: Porcelain Objects of Art.|
- conditions vary; loose hinges; bumped corners; edge wear, fraying, and tears to cloth; cocked spines; wear throughout; page toning; detached boards, backstrip, and loose pages to Famous Fairy Tales.
- measures one.