The Woodslea magazine.
- 1907, January.
- Physical Description:
- 1 v. (76 p.) : ill. ; 19 cm.
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsPN6245 .W66 1907Yale Center for British Art, Friends of British Art FundAccessible by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- Archives & Manuscripts
- Binding: gray paper wrappers, with colored thread stitching.
Single issue of a manuscript magazine, almost entirely illustrated, by Marjorie Wrigly and D. Wrigly. Each illustration is signed either D.W. or M.W., and in two instances Marjorie Wrigly. All of the work appears to be that of children, probably young girls. Many of the illustrations are sketches of a woman (aged about 30, perhaps the girls' mother) in Edwardian morning and evening dresses. There are also caricatures, small fashion sketches, landscapes, and sketches of house pets. The lone story is titled, "The little boy & the dog: a story for kids, by A. Rottie Spotter." Almost all of the illustrations are in graphite, with a handful in pen and ink, and several in watercolor.
- Subject Terms:
- Clothing and dress -- Great Britain.Great Britain -- Social life and customs.Wrigly, D.Wrigly, Marjorie.
- Manuscript magazines.
The Woodslea Magazine. Yale Center for British Art, Friends of British Art Fund.
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