Exhibit Catalogue

Maryline Poole Adams. Jack-in-the-Box: An Alphabet. Berkeley: Poole Press, 1991. #54 of 99 copies.

_________________. A Peep-Show Alice. Poole Press, 1989. #25 of 100 copies.

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. New York: Macmillan, 1980.
Designed by John Strejan; Paper engineering by James Roger Díaz.
Robert D. Ballard, Explorer. Turner, 1992.
Illustrated by James Dietz.
Designed by Jon Z. Haber.
Paper engineering by Tor Lokvig and Dennis K. Meyer.
Nick Bantock. Robin Hood. New York: Viking, 1993.
Paper engineering by Nick Bantock and Dennis K. Meyer.
__________. Solomon Grundy. New York: Viking, 1992.
Paper engineering by Nick Bantock and Dennis K. Meyer.
__________. The Walrus & the Carpenter. New York: Viking, 1992.
Paper engineering by Nick Bantock and Dennis K. Meyer.
Michael Bender. Waiting for Filippo. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1995.
Designed by Lucy Nielsen.
Le Chaperon rouge. Paris: A. Capendu, Editeur, [ca. 1880].
A Christmas Carol. Ashland, OH: Landoll, 1995.
The Creation. Brookfield, CT: Millbrook Press, 1996.
Written and illustrated by Brian Wildsmith.
Designed by Jim Deesing.
Paper engineering by Bruce Reifel and José R. Seminario.
Dean's Pop-Up Book of Ships. London: Dean & Son, [197?].
Henrik Drescher. Pat the Beastie. Santa Monica, CA: Hyperion, 1993.
Paper engineering by Patrick J.B. Flynn.
Famous Faces. New York: Dorling Kindersley, 1995.
Karl Friedrich Flogel. Flogels Geschichte des Grotesk komischen. Leipzig: H. Barsdorf, 1888.
S. Louis Giraud. Bookano Stories No. 4. London: Strand, [c1937].

____________. Bookano Stories No. 9. London: Strand, 1942.

____________. Bookano Stories No. 16. London: Strand, 1949.

____________. Daily Express Children's Annual No. 2. London: Lane, [1930?].

Goldilocks and the Three Bears. New York: Playland Books, 1989.
Linda Costello, Paper Engineer; Robert Horning, Illustrator.
Edward Gorey. The Dwindling Party. New York: Random House, 1982.

Kenneth Graham. The Wind in the Willows. Southeastern, PA: Stoneway Books, 1988.

The Great Menagerie: An Adaption of the Antique Pop-Up Book. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1979.
An adaption of a nineteenth-century German language edition, published by J.F. Schreiber of Esslingen, Germany.

Red Grooms. Ruckus Rodeo. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1988.

Marion Guild. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. London: Publicity Products, 1939.

The History of Little Fanny. London: Printed for S. and J. Fuller, 1811.

Imperial Surprises: A Pop-Up Book of Fabergé Masterpieces. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1994.
Paper engineering and design by Keith Moseley.
Hugh Johnson. Hugh Johnson's Pop-Up Wine Book. Pyramid, 1989.
Paper engineering by Ron Van der Meer.

Voitech Kubasta. Der fliegende Koffer. Hamberg: Artia, 1962.

_____________. Jack & the Beanstalk. London: Murrays Treasure/Artia, 1974.

_____________. Snow White. Murrays London: Treasure/Artia, 1977.

Nancy Leavitt. A Road Alphabet. Stillwater, Maine: 1993.
Gouache and glair on TH Saunders paper. This is N in an edition of twenty-six. Text written in Leavitt's calligraphy, with accenting swaths of color. One section of the book folds out into a panorama. Bound in cloth-backed hand-decorated board, the spine accented with a filament of gold thread. Housed in a paper chemise.
__________. A Small House. Stillwater, Maine: Persea Press, 1993.
Excerpt from "The Wish" by Abraham Cowley, 1647. Limited ed. of 26 lettered copies. This is copy U. Hand-painted pages with a miniature garden fold-out panorama. Hand-lettered with tiny cut-outs. Bound in the shape of a house in fuchsia, teal, silver, and green foils. Wrapped in tissue paper and housed in a drawstring paper bag with the logo of the Persea Press on the side, which is hand-deocrated.
Harold Lentz. Puss in Boots. New York: Blue Ribbon, 1934.
C. Carey Cloud, Illustrator.
__________. The "Pop-Up" Mother Goose. Bedford, MA: Applewood Books, 1995 (1934).
Facsimile of 1934 Blue Ribbon pop-up.

[McLoughlin Bros] The Lion's Den. Little Showman's Series (First Issue). New York: McLoughlin Bros, [ca. 1880].

Lothar Meggendorfer. The Genius of Lothar Meggendorfer. New York: Random House, 1985. Facsimile compilation.

Mickey's Christmas Party. Brown Wells & Jacobs, 1994.

Patrick Moore and Heather Couper. Halley's Comet. London: Deans, 1985.
Paper engineering by Vic Duppa-Whyte.
[National Geographic] Amazing Monkeys. Los Angeles: National Geographic Society, 1985.
Paper engineering by James Roger Diaz, John Strejan, and Rodger Smith.
[National Geographic] Wonderful Animals of Australia. National Geographic Society, 1990.
Paper engineering by James Roger Diaz, White Heat, Limited, and Rick Morrison.
Ernest Nister. Favourite Animals. Long Beach, CA: William Collins Sons and Co., 1989.
A compilation of Nister's work.
__________. Merry Magic-Go-Round: A Reproduction of an Antique Book of Changing Pictures by Ernest Nister. Los Angeles: Intervisual Communications, Inc, [1982?]
The original book, Merry Surprises, was published around 1897.
__________. Pictures to Please You with verses by Clifton Bingham and pen and ink sketches by A.G. London: Ernest Nister; New York: E.P. Dutton, [1890?].
__________. Special Days. New York: Philomel Books, 1989.
A compilation of Nister's work.

__________. Wild Animal Stories: A Panorama Picture Book. London: E. Nister; New York: Dutton, [1897].

The Nutcracker: A Pop-Up Book. Southeastern, PA: Stoneway Books, 1989.

Maxfield Parrish. The Maxfield Parrish Pop-Up Book. Rohnert Park, CA: Pomegranate Artbooks, 1994.
Paper engineering by John J. Strejan.
Peter and the Wolf. New York: Viking, 1986.
Barbara Cooney, Illustrator; John Strejan and David A. Carter, Paper Engineers.
Peter Pan. Hodder & Stoughton, 1983.
Paper engineering by John Strejan and Keith Moseley.
Peter Rabbit Pop-Up Book. Agoura Hills, CA: Barbara J. Raheb, 1994.
Jan Piekowski. ABC Dinosaurs. New York: Lodestar Books, 1993.
Paper engineering by Rodger Smith and Helen Balmer.
__________. Dinner Time. Los Angeles: Price Stern Sloan, 1981.
Paper engineering by Marcin Stajewski and James Roger Diaz.
__________. Haunted House. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1979.
Paper engineering by Tor Lokvig.
__________. Oh My a Fly! Los Angeles: Price Stern Sloan, 1989.
Paper engineering by Marcin Stajewski and Dennis K. Meyer.
__________. Robot. London: William Heinemann, 1981.
Paper engineering by James Roger Diaz, Tor Lokvig, and Marcin Stajewski.

Rien Poortvliet and Wil Huygen. Pop Up Book of Gnomes. London: Kestrel, 1979.

The Pop-Up Buck Rogers. Bedford, MA: Applewood Books, 1994.
Facsimile of the original, published in 1935.
Beatrix Potter, Author and Illustrator. The Tale of Benjamin Bunny. Baltimore: Ottenheimer, 1994.
Paper engineering by Bruce Foster.
Alice and Martin Provensen. Leonardo da Vinci. London: Hutchinson Children's Books, 1984.
Paper engineering by John Strejan.

Robert Sabuda. The Christmas Alphabet. New York: Orchard Books, 1994.

___________. The Knight's Castle. New York: Western, 1994.

___________. The Mummy's Tomb. New York: Western, 1994.

___________. The Twelve Days of Christmas. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1996.

Santa Visits Mother Goose. White Plains, NY: White Plains Greeting Card, 1953.

Maida Silverman. Dune Pop-Up Panorama Book. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1984.

Iain Smyth. The Mystery of The Russian Ruby. New York: Dutton Children's Books, 1994.

Fran Thatcher, Illustrator. Beauty and the Beast and other Fantastic Fairy Tales. New York: Singram/Random House, 1994.

Fran Thatcher and Tracey Williamson, Illustrators. The Fantastic Fairy Tale Pop-Up Book. New York: Singram/Random House, 1992.

The Three Little Kittens in the Enchanted Forest. New York: Hyperion Books for Children, 1995.
Hilary Aaron, Illustrator; Jonathan Langley, Paper Engineer.
The Tombs of the Pharahos: A Three-Dimensional Discovery. New York: Hyperion, 1994.
Paper engineering by David Hawcock.

Raphael Tuck. Fun at the Circus. London: Raphael Tuck & Sons, [1892?].

Issac Watts, D.D. Psalms of David, Imitated in the Language of the New Testament. Exeter: J.J. Williams, 1818.

Nancy Willard. Gutenberg's Gift: A Book Lover's Pop-Up Book. Baltimore: Wild Honey, 1995.
Illustrated by Bryan Leister.
The Wizard of OZ. Akron, OH: The Saalfield Publishing Co., 1944.
Animation by Julian Wehr.

Wizard of Oz. Honey Bear Books Giant Pop-Up Book. New York: Modern Publishing, 1990.

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