Images from the collected issues of the magazine Little Folks for the year 1906.
The magazine was published by Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co., in Britain, Canada, the USA and elsewhere. Because of this I’m marking the images as out of copyright; in any case it’s likely because the coyright holder appeared to have been the publisher and the engravings would be out of copyright either 50 or up to 75 years after publication in both the UK and Canada.
The artist Harry Rountryy did some of the illustrations; he died in 1950, and for the Canadian-published magazine I have that’s more than 50 years ago, placing his images in this magazine out of copyright.
The magazine was edited by Sam H. Hamer, possibly under the name S.H. Heeder.
In this illustration a witch (presumably) is depicted as an old woman with a long nose and missing teeth. She wears a tall hat with a large red cat perched on it. She carries a broomstick under one arm and holds a green rabbit by one paw with her other (nearer) hand as she strides, [...] [more...]
This child is sitting on the ground with outstretched legs playing a trombone. The child has curly hair but could be either a boy or a girl; naked children in Arts and Craft settings are almost always boys, however. [...] [more...]
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