Picture bubbles blown for Ruddy by Papa, 1868.

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Kipling, John Lockwood, 1837-1911. Picture bubbles blown for Ruddy by Papa, 1868.

Picture bubbles blown for Ruddy by Papa, 1868.

Album of pen-and-ink drawings and photographs compiled by J.L. Kipling for a young Rudyard Kipling and his sister. Contains 86 drawings and photographs of the Kiplings, places they lived, people they knew, and a group of fairy and folk tale illustrations by "Papa." Later added to by Rudyard Kipling.

1 v. (49 leaves) ; 41 x 33 cm.

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