Hendrik Willem Van Loon, 1937

Hendrik Willem Van Loon, 1937

From The Arts written and illustrated by Hendrik Willem van Loon

From The Arts written and illustrated by Hendrik Willem van Loon

from AROUND THE WORLD WITH THE ALPHABET (1935), written and illustrated by Hendrik Willem Van Loon.

from AROUND THE WORLD WITH THE ALPHABET (1935), written and illustrated by Hendrik Willem Van Loon.

From The Arts written and illustrated by Hendrik Willem van Loon

From The Arts written and illustrated by Hendrik Willem van Loon

From The Arts written and illustrated by Hendrik Willem van Loon

From The Arts written and illustrated by Hendrik Willem van Loon

Vintage Book Hendrik Willem Van Loon 1st. by booksvintage on Etsy

Vintage Book Hendrik Willem Van Loon 1st. by booksvintage on Etsy

hendrik willem van loon

hendrik willem van loon

AROUND THE WORLD WITH THE ALPHABET (1935), written and illustrated by Hendrik Willem Van Loon.

AROUND THE WORLD WITH THE ALPHABET (1935), written and illustrated by Hendrik Willem Van Loon.

Off for Trafalgar, illustration by Hendrik Willem van Loon for his book "The Story of Mankind" ~ in 1922, van Loon received for this book the first John Newbery Medal awarded by the American Library Association for the year's most distinguished contribution to children's literature... I have other interesting book illustrations by him, from a 1921 issue of "Here and Now Story Book -- Two to Seven Year-Olds" by Lucy Sprague Mitchell

Off for Trafalgar, illustration by Hendrik Willem van Loon for his book "The Story of Mankind" ~ in 1922, van Loon received for this book the first John Newbery Medal awarded by the American Library Association for the year's most distinguished contribution to children's literature... I have other interesting book illustrations by him, from a 1921 issue of "Here and Now Story Book -- Two to Seven Year-Olds" by Lucy Sprague Mitchell

Hendrik Willem van Loon illustration from his book, "The Story of Mankind", which received in 1922 the first John Newbery Medal awarded by the American Library Association for the year's most distinguished contribution to children's literature

Hendrik Willem van Loon illustration from his book, "The Story of Mankind", which received in 1922 the first John Newbery Medal awarded by the American Library Association for the year's most distinguished contribution to children's literature

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