Collection Catalog Drawer 2
Anonymous Author Evelyn Whitaker
Biography: Evelyn Whitaker
The Buttercups
Two Letters
by the author of Honor Bright
Points of confusion
Collection Catalog
Topical Index
Digitized Titles by Evelyn Whitaker
Miss Toosey's Mission
Laddie & Lassie
Tip Cat
Letters to Our Working Party
Our Little Ann
Rose and Lavender
Baby John
Baby Bob
For the Fourth Time of Asking
My Honey
Rob [Rob and Kit]
Tom's Boy
Lassie & Laddie
Gay, a Story
K Cummings Pipes
Christ Church, San Pancras, Albany Street
The Woman Novelist as Theologian
Whitaker Citings
Unlisted pages
Drawer 2 of this annotated catalog contains these titles by Evelyn Whitaker:
Faithful, For the Fourth Time of Asking, Gay
and includes summaries of publishers' advertisements and descriptions of bindings.
[I will be adding photo scans of more bindings in the future. kcp]



[no author]:  Faithful to which is added Wards Cross. by the author of "Miss Toosey's Mission," "Laddie,"  "Our Little Ann," etc.   Boston:  Little, Brown, and Company, 1902.  copyright 1902, Little Brown & Company published October 1902 Printers S.J. Parkhill & Co., Boston, U.S.A. 283p.   

binding:  green cloth over board, title with floral accent stamped in dark brown on front, gold title on spine.

uniform with my other Little, Brown titles:  Tom's Boy and with Roberts Brothers title Our Little Ann, Lil, Rose & Lavender.

  inscribed by previous owner in pencil:  A.E. Beltridge

 2 pg publisher ad in back. 

By the author of Miss Toosey's Mission with quotes listing:  MTM, Laddie & Pris; Baby John, Zoe, &     For the Fourth Time of Asking; Dear with frontis; Don with frontis; Lil; My Honey; Our Little Ann with frontis; Rose & Lavender with frontis; Tom's Boy Illustrated; Belle Illustrated; Rob and Kit  Illustrated; Tip-Cat with frontis; Pen with frontis;  Pomona  Illustrated; Lassie with frontis; and Faithful to which is added Ward's Cross.

For the Fourth Time of Asking:

[Whitaker, Evelyn]:  Baby John, ZoŽ, and For the Fourth Time of Asking.     By Evelyn Whitaker author of "Miss Toosey's Mission," "Laddie,"  "Our Little Ann," etc.    Boston:  Little, Brown, and Company, 1903.     copyright 1892, 1893 by Roberts Brothers copyright 1899 by Little Brown & Company University Press:  John Wilson and Son, Cambridge 382 p. frontis illustrated by J ? Harley

binding:  tan cloth, front stamped and embossed with dark  green floral vines and fruit trees, title in red on front  and spine  (same cover design as my copy of  Lassie, although different publisher, same printer University Press, John Wilson and Son, Cambridge.) uniform with my copy of Pen Dust Jacket brown paper with same design as binding cover [See Baby John for photo of book binding.  kcp]

4 pg illustrated publisher ads

Belle.  A New Book by the author "Miss Toosey's Mission

other authors and illustrators mentioned: Louisa May Alcott, Miss Ewing,  Harriet Prescot Spofford (13 titles)



Whitaker, Evelyn:  Gay:  A Story.  by the author of "Miss Toosey's  Mission," "Laddie," "Faithful," "Tom's Boy," etc. BostonLittle Brown and Company, 1903 351 p.  with illustrations by Percy Tarrant University Press. John Wilson and Son. Cambridge, U.S.A.      

inscribed in ink:  "To Gail from Auntie, Chicago Ill April 4-1908"

bookplate:  "Library of Mary A. Fehrman No. 22" 

 binding:  light green cloth over boards stamped and embossed   in dark green and orange with a wreath of three red poppies,  title and author's name (Evelyn Whitaker author of Miss Toosey's Mission) is embossed in gold on both front and spine.

2 pg ad at back lists titles"by the author of  Miss Toosey's MissionMiss Toosey's Mission, Laddie, and Pris;  Baby John, ZoŽ, and For the Fourth Time of Asking ; Dear; Don;  Lil; My Honey; Our Little Ann; Rose and Lavender; Tom's Boy; Belle; Rob and Kit; Tip-Cat; Pen; Pomona; Lassie; Faithful. To which is added Ward's Cross.


 [no author]:  Gay  by the author of "Lassie," "Laddie," "Tip Cat." "Belle," "Don," "Pomona," "Rose and Lavender," etc. London and Edinburgh:  W. & R. Chambers, Limited, 1903.  307 p.  with six illustrations by Percy Tarrant          

inscribed in ink:  "To Gail from Auntie, Chicago Ill April 4- 1908"      bookplate:  "Library of Mary A. Fehrman No. 22"   

binding:  red cloth over boards stamped on cover & spine with a  pictorial of a boy in a nightshirt knocking on the door, gilded title.

Close Drawer 2 and Open Drawer 3

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