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Northern Illinois University
The Youth's Casket
v. 1 no. 1
The One Talent (Work, part I, pages 7-9)
The Butcher Bird (Work, page 10)
Little Hedwig and her Canary (Work, pages 11-14)
The Burning Village (Work, pages 15-16)
The Gentle Boy that died so Young (Work, page 16)
Lizzie's Request (Work, pages 16-18)
Sports and Pastimes: The Snow Statue (Work, page 19)
Beadle & Brother
Also includes: Introductory Address (department) and Editor's Cable (department).
"The magazine was entitled The Youth's Casket, an Illustrated Magazine for Children. Beadle & Vanduzee were publishers and Harley Thome, editor. The magazine was entered for copyright in 1852 in the northern district of New York. Beadle & Brother were the stereotypers and Phinney & Co. the printers. There were 192 double-column pages, the preliminary vi pages being included in the count. The first number, January, 1852, begins on page 7. There are 76 illustrations, some of them full page. Contents, prose and poetry for small children."--Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams
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