5 edition of The American woman abroad, written and profusely illustrated by Blanche McManus. found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||D921 .M25|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. L., [v]-x, 406,  p., 1 L.|
|Number of Pages||406|
|LC Control Number||11020372|
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The American Woman Abroad Written and profusely illustrated by Blanche McManus New York Dodd, Mead and Company To the American woman abroad is due the credit of having so far influenced the conventions and traditions of the Old World as to have it recognise and accept with good grace (in so far at least as her own actions are concerned.
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Biography. McManus was born on Talledega Plantation, East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, in and died in Louisiana on J McManus inherited Hampton Hall, a historic mansion in Woodville, Mississippi, with her two sisters in She did the murals in the parlor.
Books Written/Illustrated. Many of these books may have only been cover design illustrations by Blanche McManus. Francis then became the United States Consular Agent The American woman abroad Toulon, where Blanche finished her illustrated book The American Woman Abroad, published by Dodd, Mead in Blanche McManus [Mansfield], The American Woman Abroad.
Written and Illustrated by Blanche McManus [Mansfield] New York: Dodd, Mead and Company. x cm. The book’s original images include a zebra crossing (i.e. crossing the road), a highway blocked by bamboo, a wooden motorcycle and markets that come to you. It will be the best money you will spend in organising your trip.
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Research 1 has shown that Blanche McManus was in Toulin, France, in by the signing of a book contract (for The American Woman Abroad) which was witnessed by her husband. A power of attorney was sent by Blanche McManus from Nice, France, in the s, to her sister in Louisiana.
MANSFIELD, Blanche McManus. Born circaEast Feliciana, Louisiana; death date unknown. Also wrote under: Blanche McManus Married Milburg Francisco Mansfield, Blanche McManus Mansfield was educated in New Orleans and studied art in Paris.
An illustrator of books and periodicals as well as a writer, Mansfield was published in The Boys' and Girls' Journal and St. Nicholas. The American woman abroad, written and profusely illustrated by Blanch McManus.
Author McManus, Blanche, Published Illustrated by McManus, Blanche (illustrator). First Edition. x, pp. Cream cloth stamped in white and gold and with color illustration applied on the front panel, spine panel stamped in gold, white, black and green, top edge gilt, pictorial endpapers.
Blanche McManus () was an American author. She studied in London and Paris, and returned to the U. in where she established a studio in Chicago. Byshe was authoring and illustrating a series of childrenas books, including The True Mother Goose (), The Voyage of the Mayflower () and How the Dutch Came to Manhattan /5(1).
McManus, Blanche,artist Pony tracks, written and illustrated by Frederic Remington 1 print (poster): color. | Cowboy holding reins on The American woman abroad, Illustrated end-papers.
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