A young boy brings his lesson tablet to his mother for review in this charming black and white image of children learning. This image would be great for homeschoolers, people looking for mother images and just about anything relating to learning.
I have had the pleasure of working with a number of these vintage children’s encylopedias form the 1800s. They always seem to contain such a wonderful variety of illustrations and this one was no exception. The boys’ and girls’ library containing a variety of useful and instructive reading, selected from eminent writers for youth contained the artwork of William Monkhouse (1805?-1862) and was published in 1851.
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