Ernest H. Shepard drawings for Everybody's Boswell
Thirteen of Shepard's original drawings for Everybody's Boswell, being the Life of Samuel Johnson abridged from James Boswell's complete text.
Language of Materials
Collection materials are in English.
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There are no restrictions on physical access to this material.
Extent.5 linear feet (1 box)
This collection consists of thirteen of Shepard's original drawings for Everybody's Boswell, being the Life of Samuel Johnson abridged from James Boswell's complete text, edited by F.V. Morley (London: G. Bell, 1930). Most of the drawings are marked up with printer's annotations.
Biographical / Historical
Ernest Howard Shepard was an English painter and illustrator, perhaps best known for his original illustrations for A.A. Milne's Winnie the Pooh.
The illustrations are arranged in the order they appear in the published book.
b (shelved with bMS Hyde 96)
These drawings were sold by C.A. Stonehill, Inc. to Mary Hyde Eccles, year unknown.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
2003JM-183. Bequest of Mary Hyde Eccles, Four Oaks Farm, Somerville, New Jersey; received: 2004.
Processed by: Rick Stattler
- Shepard, Ernest H. (Ernest Howard), 1879-1976. Ernest H. Shepard drawings for Everybody's Boswell, 1930: Guide.
- Houghton Library, Harvard College Library
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