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Catalogue of the Hockliffe collection of early children"sbooks
Bedford College of Education. Library.
by Bedford College of Education in (Bedford, Eng.)
|Statement||compiled and arranged by Doreen H. Boggis.|
|Contributions||Hockliffe, Frederick., Boggis, Doreen H.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 155 p. :|
|Number of Pages||155|
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Catalogue of the Hockliffe collection of early children's books. [Frederick Hockliffe; Doreen H Boggis; Bedford College of Education.
Library.]. The University of Bedfordshire has a unique collection of eighteenth and nineteenth century children's literature. The Hockliffe Collection contains in excess of a thousand children's books which date from between and the early twentieth century.
Most of the books in the collection were published between and The Hockliffe Collection is a unique cache of over a thousand British children's books dating predominantly from the eighteenth, nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
They were originally collected by Frederic Hockliffe (), a Bedford publisher and bookseller. The Hockliffe Collection contains in excess of a thousand children's books which date from between and the early twentieth century. Most of the books in the collection were published between anda period which is generally considered to encompass the birth, infancy and growth to maturity of children's literature in English.
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