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Alphabet for Little Ones

Ida Waugh was born in Philadelphia in 1846 in a family of artists. She was a daughter of painter Samuel B. Waugh. Her step-mother was Mary Eliza Young Waugh, a miniaturist.

Ida Waugh collaborated with Amy Ella Blanchard in publishing children's books, Waugh as illustrator and Blanchard as a writer. Waugh's illustrations from When Mother Was a Little Girl were made into chromolithographic postcards. Waugh also published books on her own. Other than a children's book illustrator, Waugh was an award-winning painter.
Ida Waugh's alphabet book for little ones, who, if they look, will find their letters in this book
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