Harry Whittier Frees Book Page: Jpeg--Amy Bell and Lily Help the Fire Laddies--#HWF1001

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Amy Bell and Lily Help the Fire Laddies
From "The Little Folks of Animal Land" 1915

These unusual photographs of real animals were made possible only by patient, unfailing kindness on the part of the photographer at all times.

HARRY WHITTIER FREES BOOK PAGE

I fell in love with his photographs when I purchased a few loose pages from the local Goodwill. I soon added three of his books to my collection, "Four Little Bunnies" 1938, Rand McNally & Co., "The Animal Mother Goose" 1921 and "The Little Folks of Animal Land" 1915 both published by Lothrop, Lee, and Shepard Co.

In 1906 during a birthday party, someone put a party hat on the pet cat. Harry took a picture and a new photography career of dressed animals was started. In the early 20th century his pictures appeared on postcards and calendars. He used his own cats, Rags and Fluff, and neighbors pets-dogs, cats, rabbits, pigs, and birds. Harry's animal outfits were sewn by his mother. They were designed to hold the animals in standing positions. Over time his props and scenes became more elaborate. His pictures were used in story books for children, many he wrote himself, and some are still published today.

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MY IMAGES ARE FROM THE LATE 1800'S, EARLY 1900'S AND MID 1900S.

Over the years I have purchased many books and illustrations. I have scanned them and digitally cleaned them up. While the original is within the public domain my jpegs are my creation and are protected by copyright laws (see below).

All images shown on this web site and the purchased downloads are protected under the federal No Electronic Theft Act of 1997. © Yesterday Once More, LLP.

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