He Just Wants To Go Home

Henry William Dulyken, The Prodigal Son. New York: McLoughlin Brothers, 1882.

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Religious publications were a bread and butter part of the book business for McLoughlin Brothers, and for other publishers of the era. Sunday Schools, religious organizations, and parents all purchased illustrated Christian material (in addition to Bibles) to help educate and indoctrinate children. Stories and parables from both the Old and the New Testament, including The Prodigal Son, Noah, the Good Samaritan, and Moses appear frequently.

Adopted by Russell W. Dalton

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