Children's Handkerchiefs: A Two Hundred Year History

By: Murphy, J. J.

Price: $30.00

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Book Condition: New

Atglen, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.: Schiffer Pub Ltd, 1998. New/New. 350 color photographs chronicle the history of printed cloth, juvenile handkerchiefs. Value Guide, indexed, 160 pages.

From the Publisher

Children's printed handkerchiefs have a rich two hundred year history going all the way back to America's beginnings. Along with delighting generations of children with their colorful designs, these highly collectible items have also served a social and educational role. The earliest reflected Puritan influences, tending to be instructional, religious, and moralistic in nature. As industrial growth and prosperity changed, the very nature of childhood, sports and games, nursery rhymes, and fairy tales became more common subject matter. By the early twentieth century, storybook and comic strip characters began to appear, soon joined by such popular figures of mass culture as Mickey Mouse, Raggedy Ann, Davy Crockett, and Howdy Doody.

Title: Children's Handkerchiefs: A Two Hundred Year History

Author Name: Murphy, J. J.

Categories: Antiques/Collecting, Book,

Publisher: Atglen, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., Schiffer Pub Ltd: 1998

ISBN Number: 0764304305

ISBN Number 13: 9780764304309

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Jacket Condition: New Jacket

Seller ID: 002810