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Visual display of the Uncle Tom's cabin, or, Life among the lowly

  1. Front
  2. Spine
  3. End paper

Uncle Tom's cabin, or, Life among the lowly

  • ca. 1900
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Henry Altemus Company
  • Brown calico-grain cloth. Gold, black, red, and gray stamping on front. Gold and black stamping on spine. No decoration on back. Endpapers printed with green floral and bird patterns and a narrative scene of a girl sitting with an open book. Edges colored green.
  • Book topics: Stowe, Harriet Beecher, 1811-1896 --Adaptations; Stowe, Harriet Beecher, 1811-1896. Uncle Tom's cabin--Adaptations; Slavery--United States--Fiction; Slaves--Fiction; Master and servant--Fiction; Plantation life--Fiction; African Americans--Fiction; Fugitive slaves--Fiction; Slavery--Fiction.

Publication Details

ca. 1900
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Henry Altemus Company
Description of Original
Height: 18 cm.; Width: 14 cm.; Depth: 2 cm.
Animals — Wild — Birds
Architecture — Rural
Artistic style/Movement — Poster Style
Books — Home study/Reading
Clothing/Accessories — Shoes
Clothing/Accessories — Women/Girls
Decoration/Ornament — Borders — Ruled
Decoration/Ornament — Cartouche/Emblem
Decoration/Ornament — Floral
Games/Leisure — Reading
Landscape/Nature — Forest/Trees/Plants
Landscape/Nature — Rivers/Streams/Lakes
People — Children
People — Girls
People — Women
Book-cloth — Color — Brown
Book-cloth — Grain pattern — Calico
Bookbinding — Techniques — Gold stamping
Bookbinding — Techniques — Black stamping
Bookbinding — Techniques — Red stamping
Bookbinding — Techniques — Gray stamping
Endpapers — Patterned
Endpapers — Printed — Narrative scene
Endpapers — Color — Green
Bookbinding — Edge treatment — Colored
Bookbinding — Edge color — Green
United States
Location of Original
University of Wisconsin--Madison. Libraries. : PS2954 U52 1900 Stowe
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