Ritz Publications is pleased to announce
a new release of an out of print book.
Our Baby's History
by Frances Brundage



Frances Brundage
Frances Brundage (1854-1937)


Out of print for more than a century, this treasured family heirloom, is being brought back to life as a coffee table book, enlarged and enhanced with extra pages to record your own baby's history from birth through adolescence.

This classic is reminiscent of a bygone era and is filled with beautiful Victorian works of art by Frances Brundage. Frances was born to Rembrandt Lockwood and Sarah Ursula Despeaux on June 28, 1854 in Newark, New Jersey. She was educated by her artist father, but had to begin making her own living at the age of 17 when her father left home. She married William Tyson Brundage who was also an artist. Their only child, Mary Frances Brundage died in 1891 when she was only 17 months old. Frances is known for her wide-eyed Victorian children. She was one of the most prolific artists in history, illustrating more than 200 books within her lifetime. Her works are valued highly by collectors and many of her illustrated books are undated. Much like Thomas Kincaid, her works found their way onto flue covers, calendars and post cards and other collectibles.

This 100 page full-color treasure is reproduced in its original design and is bound in a blue, gold-tooled leatherette binding, protected by a dust jacket. This family heirloom sells for $94.95 (which includes shipping and handling) and may be purchased online at: www.ritzpublications.com The book may also be ordered by check or money order to:

Allow four to six weeks for delivery. You may also order by check or money to:

Ritz Publications
P.O. Box 29182
Shreveport, Louisiana 71149
www.ritzpublications.com
318-996-0419
You may also order online.

Allow 4-6 weeks for delivery.

Use our Print and Mail Order Form and send check or money order to:

Ritz Publications
P.O. Box 29182
Shreveport, Louisiana 71149
318-996-0419
www.ritzpublications.com








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