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  • 1915 Stampkraft Mother Goose Rhymes with Stickers Set A

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    These are five double-sided pages from the 1915 Stampkfraft Mother Goose Rhymes with Stickers Set A, pictured by Winold Reiss and published by United Art Publishing Company.  Winold Reiss (1886-1953) was a German-born American artist and graphic designer.  He is known for his more than 250 paintings of Native Americans, his illustrations for Alain Locke's The New Negro and his murals, including those for the Cincinnati Union Terminal and the Empire State Building.  Measuring about 7" high by 5" wide, each page contains a nursery rhyme, a center frame containing a colorful sticker, and border and lettering designs of animals and objects related to that rhyme.  Rhymes include: Old King Cole; Little Jack Horner; Ding, Dong Bell, Pussy's in the Well; Jack Sprat; Three Little Kittens; Little Boy Blue; The House That Jack Built; Barber, Barber, Shave a Pig; Baa, Baa, Black Sheep: and There was a Crooked Man.  All pages have been printed with black lettering on medium weight off white paper.  Each page of these 1915 Stampkraft Mother Goose Rhymes with Stickers Set A is in Very Good Condition with no tears or wear.  A child has colored in crayon objects or lettering on three of the pages.  Ideal for collage or other art project.