These wonderful images were taken from turn-of-the-century children’s encyclopedias. Click on the images for free PDF downloads. What will you make with them?
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
Current ye@r *
Leave this field empty
Love these. I will probably cut them out and get the lamented for my kids to play with (age 1 and 2)
oh, thank you. I love them as well as the one from the post before. Thanks for all you do!
Oh, how wonderful! Really fantastic! I feel a collage coming on!
Thank you!!! These will look great in my boys' playroom.
I am just loving these vintage prints you are posting. I'm thinking hard about what I am going to so with them…
Darling! Too ambitious for me, but wouldn't they be precious embroidered?
Thanks for another great idea!
Cute Cute! Thanks!
wow– love these! Thank you! =)
I love these! I can just see them printed and hand colored, then framed for a playroom or child's room. Hmmmm, now I've got ANOTHER project I want to do lol! Thanks for sharing these and everything else 🙂
thank you! I will frame them in a basic black thin frame and print them up on parchment paper.
I will give it to the preschools in our disadvantaged communities.
You don't have similar images that are illustrating the 'Rights and Responsibilities of Children'?
Have been struggling to get cute images on online that we can use in our life skills classes. And I simply do not have the creativity to make it.
These are so cute, I've just found your lovely blog, I'll be popping back!
Thank you for making these available! I love vintage children's artwork and look forward to hanging these in our school room. 🙂
They're gorgeous illustrations! Thank you so much for sharing them.
These are neat. I want to hang the animal poster in my classroom this fall. Thanks for sharing.
OOH, these are neat-O. Just printed them out for some future use… THANK YOU!
I just some how stumbled onto your website. I love it. I watch my grandson so this alpha bet and counting thing will be fun to do something with. Thanks for all the neat stuff.
In Christ’s love Rhonda
Love these.. thanks so much!
I collect what I call “rescue dolls”…well loved vintage dolls that collectors haven’t any interest in. After scrubbing them up, sewing them up, dressing them up, I build “lived in” spaces for them to play in. After looking at the animals on your vintage animal bookplate page, and now these numbers and letters, I feel the urge to create a “lived in” classroom for some of my babies. I will simply crop, reduce the size, and create school books and such. Thank You for your wonderful talent. You have inspired me.