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A brief history of boys' journals : with interesting facts about the writers of boys' stories / by Ralph Rollington
Bib ID 5399997
Format BookBook
Author
Rollington, Ralph
 
Description Leicester, Eng. : H. Simpson, [1913] 
111, [1] p. : ports. (incl. front.) facsims. ; 22 cm. 
Series

Marcie Muir collection of Australian children's books.

Notes

Cover-title: The old boy's books; a history of the old time journals for boys. Their publishers, authors, artists and editors.

Appendix (p. 91-111) signed: H. S. [Harold Simpson?]

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Children's periodicals - Great Britain - History.  |  Children's literature, English - Bibliography.  |  Boys - Books and reading - Great Britain - History.
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Old boy's books : a history of the old time journals for boys.

Boy's journals.

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