This hand-drawn children’s alphabet book features delightful pen, ink and water colour drawings and was made in 1894 by 30-year-old William Harrison. (William went on to be an Art Director and later Advertising Manager for the Australian firm of Wunderlich, famous makers of terracotta roof tiles and stamped metal ceilings).
The ABC book was made for Harrison’s young niece, Maggie Harrison, who lived near Bath in England. It includes a clever combination of British and Australian images such as ...
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