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The McLoughlin Bros. - Hosmer
Archival Drawings and Prints

I. Drawings, Proofs, and Print Samples Identified by Illustrator, Title, or Subject. 1858-(1880-1900)-1920.
19 oversize boxes, 7 manuscript boxes, 2 double oversize boxes

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Once Upon a Time.
2 watercolor drawings: title page and spine design mounted on one board.
OS Box 16 Folders 332

Only an Irish Boy.
3 pen and ink drawings signed, "F."
OS Box 16 Folders 333-335
See also entry for Tom Bootblack.

Oriental Tales or Bible Parables.
6 black and white tracings on tissue paper of various scenes. Includes: Woman searching for a coin (Ali Baba?); Good Samaritan; Man choking another man (Parable of the debtor?); Man begging the local caliph (Parable of the debtor?); Sower; Good shepherd freeing ram
OS Box 16 Folders 336-341
See also Parable of Our Lord.

Our Four Footed Friends.
8 watercolor drawings. Includes cover design that is represented in published form in the AAS/McLoughlin picture book collection.
OS Box 16 Folders 342-349

Parable of Our Lord.
1 pen and ink drawing on white paper affixed to board; bears "McLoughlin Bros." on separate, affixed piece of board. 1 ink and watercolor drawing of cut in the shape of an arch window. 5 ink tracings of illustrations on tissue paper--might have been traced from archival proofs. Donor Herber Hosmer believes that Parables of Our Lord cover and illustrations are same as published "office copy" that AAS has of The prodigal son.
OS Box 16 Folders 350-356
See also entry for Oriental tales or Bible parables.

Pennsylvania Journal and Weekly Advertiser, Oct. 31, 1765.
Lithographed facsimile: 1 piece.
OS Box 17 Folder 357

Pleasure Books for Little Tots.
1 hand-colored proof of birds and spine label design on same board.
OS Box 17 Folder 358

Pollard, Josephine, 1834-1892.
The history of the United States. (ca. 1884)
3 watercolor and tempera drawings: Columbus; Signing of the Declaration of Independence; Surrender of Cornwallis.
OS Box 17 Folders 359-361

Portraits.
20 metal engravings, from which pen and ink portraits were sketched. Includes engravings of presidents, political leaders, and military heroes. Some engravings signed by H.B. Hall's Sons, Chas. B. Hall, J. Sartain, J.B. Longacre, J. Rogers, J.C. Butler, F.T. Stuart, "Healy," and Virtue & Yorston. Also includes an engraving produced from a Brady photograph.
OS Box 17 Folders 362-381

Portraits.
48 pen and ink drawings.
Includes presidents, presidents' wives, and political leaders. Some portraits bear facsimiles of subjects' autographs.
MS Box 3 Folders 250-260; MS Box 4 Folders 261-297

Portraits.
5 portraits: 2 lithographic prints, 3 photographic prints. Includes portraits of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and Oliver Wendell Holmes.
MS Box 4 Folders 298-302

Post, May Audubon, d. 1929.
Rabbits.
2 pen and ink drawings of rabbits. Signed: M.A.P.
OS Box 17 Folders 387-388

Puss in Boots.
(ca. 1897)
5 hand-colord proofs executed in the style of "Richard Andre" (i.e., William Roger Snow (1834-1907)) for the Cinderella series. Has pencil sketched borders for shape book design. Includes one drawing of royal family riding in a coachthat bears what appears to be a print of same scene on mat verso.
OS Box 17 Folders 382-385

Puss in Boots.
1 hand-colored proof of Princess and Marquis crossing moat, apparently in the style of "Richard Andre." Bears note on verso, "Sent 5/6/94 to Litho. Dept."
OS Box 17 Folder 386

Quentin Durward by Sir Walter Scott.
2 metal engraving from a book published by Robert Cadell and Moon (Edinburgh), Boys & Graves (London).
MS Box 4 Folders 303-304

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Brief History of the McLoughlin Bros.