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Our Young Folks. An Illustrated Magazine for Boys and Girls. [Vol. 1]

Illustrated by W. L. Champney (American, 19th century), Illustrated by Felix Octavius Carr Darley (American, 1822–1888), Illustrated by Harry Fenn (American, about 1838–1911), Illustrated by Augustus Hoppin (American, 1828–1896), Illustrated by Arthur Lumley (American, about 1837–1912), Illustrated by Thomas Nast (American (born in Germany), 1840–1902), Illustrated by Alfred R. Waud (American, 1828–1891), Engraved by Andrew Varick Stout Anthony (American, 1835–1906), Engraved by John Andrew (American, born in England, 1815–1875), Engraved by Anthony-Davis (American, 19th century), Engraved by John Parker Davis (American, 1832–1910), Engraved by George H. Hayes (American, active from 1853), Engraved by Kilburn & Mallory (American, 1852–1865), Engraved by W. H. Morse (American, active about 1851–1879), Publisher Ticknor and Fields (American, founded in 1854)

Place of Publication: Boston, Massachusetts, USA


Overall: 21.2 x 15.3 x 4.9 cm (8 3/8 x 6 x 1 15/16 in.)

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Medium or Technique

Illustrated periodical with numerous wood engravings and one steel engraving

Not On View


Americas, Prints and Drawings


Illustrated books

(Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1865) 21.2 cm; [2 ff.] 802 pp., plus frontispiece; contemporary half gilt-stamped black morocco, marbled paper boards (cream-colored phase box).

Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1865


Inscribed graphite title page "J P Putnam 97 Boylston St"; Mrs. F. E. Donaldson, Jr., by whom given to MFA, September 15, 1955.

Credit Line

The Gift of Mrs. F. E. Donaldson Jr.