Blockprints of Michigan Farms
- Blockprints of Michigan Farms
The item is a booklet, bound in brown paper, measuring approximately 4.75x5.75 inches. The front and back cover paper itself is brittle and has cracked and separated from the staples holding the booklet together. This booklet was created in 1929 by boys in the eighth grade class of Lincoln Consolidated School.
This is an image of the front cover of the booklet, titled "BLOCKPRINTS of MICHIGAN FARMS". In pencil, there is a note at the top of booklet that reads "Lincoln School" as well as a signature on the bottom of the print which seems to read "Earl Jewell". The print is made in black ink and shows signs of being a pressure print, with some uneveness in the background showing the grain of the tile that was carved to make the print.
- Earl Jewell
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