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Little Moon Ethik

Ex Libris with a moon for W.F. Giblin by Albertine Randall Wheelan, 1923. At Los Angeles Public Library, Visual Collection ...

Ex Libris W. Bookplate creator Albertine Randall Wheelan, At Los Angeles Public Library

Carl Moon was an artist and writer whose publications include various children's books about Native Americans. Moon began collecting visual representations of Native Americans in the 1900s, the same decade in which he managed his own art and photography studio in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He later produced collections for various institutions, including the Huntington Library and the American Museum of Natural History.

Carl Moon was an artist and writer whose publications include various children's books about Native Americans. Moon began collecting visual representations of Native Americans in the 1900s, the same decade in which he managed his own art and photography studio in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He later produced collections for various institutions, including the Huntington Library and the American Museum of Natural History.

California Moon, 1951 sheet music cover (via LAPL visual collections)

"California Dreams Are Told in Sheet Music," Los Angeles Times article, May 2013

Kay Nielsen's Stunning 1914 Illustrations of Scandinavian Fairy Tales - East of the Sun and West of the Moon: Old Tales from the North - Title Page | Brain Pickings

Kay Nielsen’s Stunning 1914 Scandinavian Fairy Tale Illustrations

Lunar Bat-People

Lunar Bat-People

"The Great Moon Hoax" refers to a series of six articles that were published in The Sun, a New.

Carl Moon was an artist and writer whose publications include various children's books about Native Americans. Moon began collecting visual representations of Native Americans in the 1900s, the same decade in which he managed his own art and photography studio in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He later produced collections for various institutions, including the Huntington Library and the American Museum of Natural History.

Carl Moon was an artist and writer whose publications include various children's books about Native Americans. Moon began collecting visual representations of Native Americans in the 1900s, the same decade in which he managed his own art and photography studio in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He later produced collections for various institutions, including the Huntington Library and the American Museum of Natural History.

detroitlib:    My bashful moon / Julien Thorwald. For voice and piano. Caption title. First line of text: One balmy night in June. First line of refrain: Bashful moon don’t keep your honey waiting. Cover ill.: Woman sitting under the moon. Photo of Amelia Stone. F.B. Haviland Pub. Co., 1905. Courtesy of the E. Azalia Hackley Collection of African Americans in the Performing Arts, Detroit Public Library

detroitlib: “ My bashful moon / Julien Thorwald. For voice and piano. First line of text: One balmy night in June. First line of refrain: Bashful moon don’t keep your honey waiting.

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