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This file contains a typewritten draft of Richard Tod's "Beyond the White Forest", which includes pencil and ink sketches. The cover page includes the author's address in Dundee.
This is an unbound draft of a storybook written and illustrated by Richard Tod. The stories contain popular storybook characters such as Humpty Dumpty, Little Bo Peep and Robin Hood. The drawings include what was known as a "golliwog", a character created in 1895 by Florence Kate Upton that was popular until the 1960s-70s but was later perceived as a racist caricature.
Handbound, typewritten booklet written and illustrated by Alison Douglas Tod, Newport-on-Tay, 1935.
Booklet containing several children's stories, poems, and comics. It was published by John Leng & Co. in London. There is no author mentioned in the booklet, but it could be either Richard Tod, who had published with John Leng before, or his daughter Alison, who also published in the mid-20th century.
A booklet of 10 fairy stories concerning teeth. Published by D & W Gibbs, Ltd, a soap manufacturer in London.
This unbound booklet is a draft with some illustrations. It contains elements of Scottish folklore, including brownies.
This file contains a combination of pencil sketches and more complete ink and painted drawings. The main subject is Alison Tod's character, Sally Ann, but there is also a pencil and coloured pencil drawing of dancing women.
Draft cover letter to the Annuals Editor at Thomas Nelson & Sons for a submission of Alison Tod's work.
This folder contains typewritten stories: "Old Scowlie", "Miniver Mouse", "Chubby, the China Piggy, and his Secret Sorrow', "Robert Rabbit, Rogue" and "Dilly Dolly".