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Children's Primary Sources Get the Spotlight at Adam Matthew

Adam Matthew rolled out its newest collection of primary sources, Children’s Literature and Culture, which comes from the holdings of the American Antiquarian Society (with additional material from the Winterthur Library). Researchers and students can use the richly illustrated content—books, pamphlets, sheet music, games, and more—to learn about children’s publishing and the history of books, printing, and illustration, as well as “to explore how American society evolved during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and how this evolution was depicted and personified through literature created for children during the period.” The collection covers the 1820s through the 1920s.

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