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Individual Note Cards

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1980? Arthur Rackham TH greeting card. 5" x 7". La Jolla, CA: Green Tiger Press. Gift of Ann Findley at Meandaur, June, '93.

Here is the delightful scene showing not only the tortoise and hare but others who witnessed the bet. There is no message inside the card. The publishing information on the back indicates that the same illustration is available as a postcard. Here the image is pasted onto the front of a simple card.

1982? "The Fox & the Crane" by Walter Crane from Baby's Own Aesop (1887). Notecard with envelope from the Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress. Three extras. Click on the card to see it enlarged.

1990? The Fox and the Grapes: An Aesop Fable. A Scherenschnitte design cut from a single sheet of paper and painted in water colors by Claudia Hopf. Five cards boxed, with envelopes. Beverly, MA: American Folklore: Kristin Elliott Inc. Gift of Margaret Carlson Lytton, from the Amy Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum in Williamsburg, 1994. Click on the card to see it enlarged.