An elegy on the death of a mad dog | Mad dog of Potsdam / adapted by Frederic Norton ; Lewis Baumer after R. Caldecott

 
An  elegy on the death of a mad dog | Mad dog of Potsdam / adapted by Frederic Norton ; Lewis Baumer after R. Caldecott
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  • Title :     An elegy on the death of a mad dog | Mad dog of Potsdam / adapted by Frederic Norton ; Lewis Baumer after R. Caldecott
  • Artist:     Norton, Frederic , 1869-1946 | Baumer, Lewis (Lewis Christopher Edward) , 1870-1963 (illustrator.) | Harer, Pamela K. (donor.) | Frederick Warne & Co. (publisher)
  • Accession:     XC2007.08.3.1
  • Collection:     Library
  • Category:     Posters and Printed Ephemera
  • Collection Theme:     War and Political Propaganda
  • Subject:     Caricatures and cartoonsWilliam , 1859-1941 | Parodies, imitations, etcCaldecott, Randolph , 1846-1886 | Dogs | Dogs , 1910-1920 | Dogs | Dogs , Juvenile literature | World war, 1914-1918 , Caricatures and cartoons | World War, 1914-1918 , Propaganda | John Bull (Symbolic character) | John Bull (Symbolic character) , Pictorial works | Marianne (French emblem) | Marianne (French emblem) , Pictorial works | Caricatures and cartoons | Caricatures and cartoons , England | Uncle Sam (Symbolic character) | Uncle Sam (Symbolic character) , Pictorial works | D 526.2 .N65
  • URL:     http://libimages.wolfsonian.org/XC2007.08.3.1.000.jpg
  • Tags:     ~War and Political Propaganda~Posters and Printed Ephemera
Description:
adapted by Frederic Norton ; pictured by Lewis Baumer ; with all due respect to Dr. Goldsmith and R. Caldecott. | An adaptation of: An elegy on the death of a mad dog / written by Dr. Goldsmith ; pictured by R. Caldecott ; sung by Master Bill Primrose. Originally published: London ; New York : Frederick Warne & Co., [1879] This version pictures Kaiser Wilhelm as a rabid hound who bites a Belgian and is chased off by a Russian cossack, John Bull, Marianne, and a Japanese and their dogs. The man recovers, the hound dog dies. | Illustrated title page. | FIU Green Library Display: Child's Play: propaganda puzzles, war games and children's books from The Wolfsonian - FIU ; December 2, 2007 - January 30, 2008.