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The Fairy Ring (and sistren KDW, NAS)

aka Fairy Stories Every Child Should Know, eds. KDW, NAS Wiggin & Smith

el   Kate Douglas Wiggin 131705 (146)
el   Nora A. Smith 131706 (55)
User talk:Dirk P Broer#Fairy tales anthologies/collections 2019-10-05, -10-11
User talk:Loviatar#The Fairy Ring 2019-10-11

BL

1909 Arabian Nights BL 000101978 (as Abridgements, Selections, etc.)

LC

  1. 1906 Fairy Ring https://lccn.loc.gov/06042427 -HDL (1909 Doubleday, Page) t.p. 1909 ; illus MacKinstry 1934 https://lccn.loc.gov/35001698 -HDL t.p. 1934 ; ECSK [1942] https://lccn.loc.gov/42051972 -HDL (undated Parents)
  2. 1907 Magic Casements https://lccn.loc.gov/07039995 -LOC (not intact) o[4125754]
  3. 1908 Laughter https://lccn.loc.gov/08031473 -HDL o[7760486] ; illus MacKinstry 1926 https://lccn.loc.gov/26021017 o[4206039], [1938] https://lccn.loc.gov/38027976
  4. 1909 Wonder https://lccn.loc.gov/09025758 -HDL o[444471] two with cover t.p. ; ECSK [c1939] https://lccn.loc.gov/40009525 [1941?] https://lccn.loc.gov/42010321
  5. 1911 Talking Beasts illus. Nelson https://lccn.loc.gov/11029994 -HDL (undated Grosset & Dunlap; Index of Titles p381-91) t.p.
Acknowledgments by the publishers

[untitled Acknowledgments] by McClure, Phillips "for permission to use" (34 of 63 stories, by manual counts)

  • Little, Brown (2)
  • A. Wessells (1)
  • American Book (1)
  • University Publishing (1)
  • Harper & Bros 43 (7), titles Miss Mulock's, Laboulaye's
  • G. P. Putnam's 213 (6), Jacobs's, Jacobs's, Dasent's
  • F. A. Stokes (2)
  • Longmans, Green (11), "from the Andrew Lang Fairy Books"
  • Mr. Seamus McManus (3), from two collections published by McClure

Ac "permission to use" 34 of 63 stories

Contents grouped under "Scandinavian" and the like headings

Magic Casements "Publisher's Note" deposit copy -- "for permission to use" (18 of 43 stories, by manual counts)

  • Longmans, Green & Company 2135 (11)--all Lang by title
  • G. P. Putnam's Sons 1111 (4)--3 from Jacobs by title
  • Harper & Brothers 21 (3), two from Laboulaye's

Ac "permission to use" 18 of 43 stories

Contents (no list)

(Preface by KDW and NAS)

Tales of Laughter "Publishers' Note" w cover -- "for permission to use" (56 of 31+40+38 = 109)

G. P. Putnam's 85 (13)
American Book (1)
Little, Brown (1), Edward Lear's
F. A. Stokes 52 (7)
F. Warne (3), Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales
J. B. Lippincott 134 (8), four from Grimm's
Charles Scribner's (4)
George Routledge (12), Grimm's
Joseph McDonough (5)
A. L. Burt (2)

Ac "permission to use" 56 of 109 stories

Contents story listings (109) of three kinds

  • 4, The Happy Family (H. C. Andersen) --Andersen 3, Carroll 1
  • 105, Little Tuppen (Scandinavian)

Tales of Wonder "Publishers' Note" w cover --all "for permission to use" (31 of 50, by manual counts)

G. P. Putnam's 31121 (8), "by" Fielde Jacobs Jacobs Jacobs Jacobs
T. Y. Crowell (2), " " Griffis
Joseph McDonough, Albany (5), " " Frere
Charles Scribner's (3), " " Houghton
Macmillan & Co, London (2), " " Mitford
Review of Reviews, London (2), ed. Stead; perhaps two different short Books for the Bairns
Moffat, Yard (2), " " Williams
Ginn (1), --
Century (1), " " Lummmis
David McKay (1), " " Hauff
Mr. Seamas MacManus (4), from two collections "published by us"

Ac "permission to use" 31 of 50 stories

Contents story listings (50) of three kinds

  • 2, The Emperor's Nightingale (H. C. Anderson)
  • 10, Billy Beg and the Bull. Seamus MacManus (Celtic)
  • 38, Longnose the Dwarf (German)



The Fairy Ring/Fairy Stories ECSK

(c)1906 McClure, Phillips; 1910 Doubleday, Page
HDL "1910" is "[1942]" t.p. Doubleday, Doran for Parents Inst (no date)
Contents (39): Scandinavian 12, English 4, French 13, Spanish 2, Gaelic 4, German 4 ; Illustrations front+17
[1942] https://lccn.loc.gov/42051972 -HDL

more coll/anth and children's stories by KDW & NAS

Preface at LOC "The stories are a little more elaborate, more poetic, more romantic in tone than those of The Fairy Ring, for our audience has grown a year older since the publication of the first volume, and we have reserved for the future certain fantastic, extravagant, wonderful, and mirth-provoking tales which do not properly belong with these graceful narratives of fairy stratagems and loves, fairy sorrows and triumphs." (This alludes to Tales of Laughter and Tales of Wonder, subtitled as the third and fourth fairy books.)

  • Pinafore Palace: a book of rhymes for the nursery, eds. (1907) --other Crimson Classics, etc
  • Tales of Laughter: A Third Fairy Book, eds. (1908) --LFL 3
  • The Arabian Nights: their best-known tales, eds. (1909)
  • Tales of Wonder: A Fourth Fairy Book, eds. (1909) --LFL 4
  • The Talking Beasts: a book of fable wisdom, eds. (1911) --LFL 5
  • Twilight stories, more tales for the story hour, eds. (1925) --anth? KDW NAS https://lccn.loc.gov/25017938 1925 xii 228

more children's stories by NAS alone

Bee of the cactus country, 1932, 131p https://lccn.loc.gov/32013056


The Fairy Ring Fo[2](36) --nidb --niBL

HDL 1906 10 16 31 34 and [1942] Fairy Stories Every Child Should Know
1906 o[3] xvii 445
1909 cat as "1906" (2 files 1 copy) front cover and Internet Archive t.p. 1909
Contents (63): Scandinavian 12, English 4, French 13, Spanish 2, Gaelic 4, German 19, Russian 3, East Indian 6 ; Introduction xiii-xvii, no Illustrations

Thus the [1942] appears to be truncated text with plates inserted

illustrated by Elizabeth MacKinstry (far above)

(c)1910 Crimson Classics The Fairy Ring o[4] xviii 444 with Contents list --probably illustrated for the 1910 Crimson Classics ed. (contrast t.p. date 1909, unillustrated)
1913 cat as "1910" front cover
1916 t.p. (no cover)
1931 --NOVIEW --but Internet Archive t.p. with cover, illus. MacKinstry, last page unnumbered
1934 The Children's Crimson Classics t.p. cover


eds. KDW, NAS

WorldCat se:"Crimson Classics"(14)
  • Fairy Stories ECSK
Doubleday Parents Fo[5](4)
  • Magic Casements: A Second Fairy Book (1907) Fo[6](14) --brief review More Fairy Stories "just come off the press of the McClure Company" Phi Inq -12-23 p4
  • Tales of Laughter: A Third Fairy Book (1908) Fo[7](28) Fo[8](11) --"Just Published" $1.50 [9] NYT -12-19 pBR789 Doubleday, Page (books 1and 2 both in 2nd ed.) "The fairy tales for instance were chosen after reading 20,000 fairy stories."
Doubleday Parents o[10]
  • Tales of Wonder: A Fourth Fairy Book (1909) Fo[11](11)
Doubleday Parents Fo[12](7)
  • The Arabian Nights: Their Best-Known Tales (1909), xiii 339 T1924845
  • The Talking Beasts: A Book of Fable Wisdom (1911) Fo[13](13)
  • An Hour with the Fairies (1911) --59 pp

newspapers ("fairy ring" wiggin) 1903--19 (27 from 1906-11 to 1911) 973341

[14] NYT 1906-11-30 pHBN810 --from interviews

"just completed", 65 tales, following two poetry anthologies

[15] Wiggin/Riggs and Smith in Edinburgh and Maine, The Bookman 1907-08 p561 (yet to complete Magic Casements and Pinafore Palace)
  • 8 hits Nov/Dec 1906 inclg publisher advert of the series as McClure's Library of Children's Classics (as McClure, Phillips) [16] NYT -12-15-pBR872
reviews of multiple Fairy Tales books [17] The Sun 1906-12-12 p11; [18] The Independent -12-13 p1407; [19] NYT -12-15 pBR868 "Books for the Children. IX."

1907

  • [20] NYT -10-18 The McClure Company, successors; "New Additions to McClure's Library of Children's Classics" (2)
  • [21] NYT -10-26 pBR692 "Completing Lists of Autumn Books"; "Among the November announcements", from McClure Magic Casements
--published yesterday by Doubleday, Page: Nils P240053 and Alice in Wonderland P371065
  • [22] McClure's Magazine 1907-11 p551 McClure's Library of Children's Classics, "The Crimson Classics" ed. KDW, NAS RETURN TO THIS --Magic Casements (just out), "This volume completes The Fairy Ring $1.50; The Fairy Ring second $1.5 The McClure Company
  • [23] " " p20, also Adventures of a Doll "for very young people" 75c
multiple Fairy Tales books [24] The Independent 1907-12-19 p1479; "... the judiciousness of their selection should be supplemented by careful consideration before reading. For the closely printed pages are folklore, and as I content the time is coming when we will have to put a stop to what isoften told in folklore's name."

1908

  • [25] Chi Trib -12-18 p Tales of Laughter, newest of now 6 books in the Children's Classics (now from Doubleday, Page), no ed./printing numbers
  • [26] NY Times -12-19 The Children's Crimson Classics (just published, now 6 from Doubleday) with Edition numbers inclg The Fairy Ring 2nd, Magic Casements 2nd

1909

  • [27] McClure's Magazine, Jan 1909, p129? "Announcement" by Doubleday, Page re McClure backlist "as well as the new works already announced by them." ; "Mr S. S. McClure, who built this fine list, including 245 writers and 411 separate titles, representing many of our best modern authors, wishes to devote all of his time to McClure's Magazine." --among the newest McClure books, Tales of Laughter

Editions may be expected, uncertainly, as

1906 McClure, Phillips & Co.
1907 The McClure Company (second edition, $1.50 --from newspaper 1907-10)
1908 Doubleday, Page & Co. (second edition, $1.50 --from newspaper 1908-12)
1909 Doubleday, Page --known from HathiTrust
1910 Doubleday, Page, illus. MacKinstry
1910-12-03 pBR7 D, Page advert inclg
Fairy Ring "issued in a new and delightfully illustrated edition $1.25 net + 12c (now among 7 vols in The Children's Crimson Classics")
Folk Tales ECSK 90c net + 10c
1911, new this year, Maxfield Parrish ed. Wonder Book and Tanglewood, Duffield $2.50

Project Gutenberg: Kate Douglas Wiggin ebooks (49) include (bold = 1st ed.)

  1. Fairy Ring #40359 1934 D, Doran \MacKinstry, linked page# to p434, Intro by KDW
  2. (no edition of Magic Casements)
  3. Tales of Laughter #54734 1908 McClure, linked page# to p463 (no Introduction!)
  4. Tales of Wonder ECSK #19461 D, Doran for Parents (c)1909, linked page# to p361, Intro by KDW
  5. Talking Beasts #13815 1922 no publisher \Harold Nelson, Contents I-XII no links, Intro by KDW

not in the Library of Fairy Literature

  1. Arabian #20916 1909-10 Scribner \Parrish, Preface by KDW, linked story and illustration titles

HathiTrust: KDW

Fairy R : above
Magic C : none
T Laughter : 1908 08 22 23 23 26 37
1908 McClure t.p. MCMVIII w Series list, (c)1908 McClure
"1908" cat Grosset & Dunlap t.p. 1927 D, Page w cover, w Series list, (c)1908 D, Page!
"1926" t.p. 1912 (no front matter)
t.p. 1922 w cover, w Series list
t.p. 1923 (no front pages)
"1923" t.p. 1924 w Series list
1937 D, Doran xii 467 NOVIEW
T Wonder : 1909
1909 D, Page; 2 copies w cover; t.p. MCMIX publ 1909-09, Intro p.xi-xiii
Talking B : 1911
(c)1911 Grosset & Dunlap t.p. no date w cover --12 sections, "Reprinted from various sources"
Arabian N : 1909 12 93
1909 Scribner's(3) --elsewhere
1909 Copp, Clark t.p. MCMIX
1912 Scribner's t.p. MCMXII publ 1909-10
1993 ISBN-0684195887 (limited deluxe edition) --NOVIEW
Twilight Stories : 1925 --NOVIEW

2. Magic Casements

LOC t.p. MCMVII
Amazon ASIN: B000NZ5SWM
Internet Archive t.p. MCMVII
Internet Archive t.p. D, Doran 1931 w cover, w Series list
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