YOUNG FOLK AND OLD. Eleanor Farjeon.
YOUNG FOLK AND OLD.
YOUNG FOLK AND OLD.

YOUNG FOLK AND OLD.

Pp. [ii]+20+[2](colophon, verso blank), title page decorations printed in red; printed paper wrappers with flap folds, faintly creased, edges a trifle rubbed; uncut; name in pencil next to the ink stamp of Inn Nursery School at head of upper free endpaper, the free endpapers slightly offset, pages faintly creased, a couple of spots of foxing; High House Press, London, 1925. One of 200 numbered copies on machine-made paper (total edition 220). Tomkinson 7. *Poems. The High House Press was founded by James & Beatrice Masters at Shaftesbury, Dorset in 1924. The pencilled signature on the endpaper is that of Miss E. M. Symon, founder of one of the first nursery schools in Australia. The school became known as the Inn Nursery School after moving to premises in Mitcham, South Australia, formerly occupied by an inn. The nursery school movement developed from the Kindergarten system; the main difference being the age range of the children and the length of time they attended. (Nursery Inn School took children aged from 1\'bd to 7 years, including some boarders). Item #136354

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