This item consists of seven 1902 Lithographed Prints from The Madness of Philip; and Other Tales of Childhood, written by Josephine Dodge Daskam and illustrated by F.Y. Cory. The illustrations show: a boy and a girl on a leopard rug with their toys; a baby girl climbing stairs to a white cat with a gold ball in a thick carpet; a girl pulling a wagon of dolls with her large dog beside her; two girls and a white kitten on a swing; two boys throwing snowballs at three children; a girl seated on the stairs with two dogs; and two girls on the couch, reading a picture book. All of these images have the charm and details of turn of the century children, clothing and house decorations. The lithographed ink colors are rich and bright as the day they were printed with deep brown/black shades, candy-colored pastels, and gold highlights. Each page measures 7.25" high by 5.5" wide and has rounded corners. The backs have part of the stories and smaller color images of children and animals. These seven 1902 Lithographed Prints from The Madness of Philip; and Other Tales of Childhood are in generally good condition. There are some creases and small tears along the edges. All of the prints have significantly stained borders. Ideal for collage or other art projects.