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Blossoms on the Straight Ahead Road. Genevieve Thomas Wheeler. 1929. Rimes for Children. Rhymes. Violet Thomas Hartman. Blossoms Art Co.

Blossoms on the Straight Ahead Road. Genevieve Thomas Wheeler. 1929. Rimes for Children. Rhymes. Violet Thomas Hartman. Blossoms Art Co.

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This is prettily illustrated 1929 hardback of"Blossoms on the Straight Ahead Road: Reasoning Rimes for Children" by Genevieve Thomas Wheeler.

The book is full of gentle rhymes that were "originally written for nine nieces and nephews, their parents and nearby friends." The rhymes are accompanied ink illustrations by Violet Thomas Hartmann.

The endpaper decorations are great!

Condition: The green boards are clean and square with some minor bumping to corners and head and foot of spine. The spine has one pin sized hole. Interior is great with no signature or markings. No dust jacket. Please consult all photos. Thanks!

7" x 5-1/4"
140 pages
Blossoms Art Co.
1929 edition

Ships carefully via USPS FIRST CLASS from Portland, Oregon.


5 out of 5 stars

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