The Life and Death of . . .
Cock Robin, The Life and
Death of . . .
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Broadside printed on
muslin with 13 woodcut illustrations with accompanying verses.
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Broadside Printed on Muslin,
Collection Scope and Content Note
This mounted and framed broadside (printed on muslin) is 13-1/2
inches by 14-2/4 inches plus margins. It contains 13 woodcut illustrations each
accompanied with the appropriate verse. It was "entered according to an act of
Congress in the year 1811 by Edward L. Pollard in the Clerk's Office of the
District of Massachusetts." Pollard maintained a printing shop on Washington
Street in Boston from 1809-1811.
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- Cock Robin
Broadside Printed on Muslin
Box Box 7
broadside printed on muslin
(1 p.) Box Box 7