This was a supplement to the Boston Sunday Globe in 1907. This was part of a series of dioramas of various cities throughout the world. This image is larger than printable size. Click on the image above for a printable size in tif format or click here for the full size version.
Free standing paper dolls are great for little scenes. Click on the image above for a printable image or click here for the full size image. This is one of a series of paper dolls that appeared as a supplement in the Boston American Newspaper in 1915.
Fun paper toy from the Boston Sunday Globe. This one of a series of paper racing toys by Raymond Ayers. Click on the image to download a printable size in tiff format. Note the original is larger than a standard piece of paper. You can download that version here. I looked up the patent for this paper toy and the movement was achieved in a different way. Below is the drawing.
One , two and three color illustrations were very common in children’s books in the early part of the twentieth century. You will often see a description of the book by the publisher, “many illustrations with two colors”. Common colors were orange or red and black, less common were blue and green.Click on the image to download in tiff format.300ppi – Print size 5 x 7 inches.