Punky Dunk and the Mouse

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Punky Dunk and the Mouse

Six mice look at the funniest cat ever known as Punky Dunk. An illustration from a series of children’s books which came free with the Public Ledger newspaper.

The story of a little cat, printed on rectos only and illustrated in full color in typical Volland style.

The Classic Story of a Kitten and a Mouse. A great story that is simple in nature and a pure classic.

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Charlotte B. Herr was an author of children’s books in the early 20th century, especially the Punky Dunk Series. Many of her early works were illustrated by Frances Beem and published by P. F. Volland Company.

Selected works

  • Punky Dunk and the Gold Fish. Chicago: 1912.
  • Punky Dunk and the Mouse. Chicago: P. F. Volland Company, 1912.[2]
  • Punky Dunk and the Spotted Pup. Chicago: P. F. Volland Company, 1912.
  • How Freckle Frog Made Herself Pretty. Designs by Frances Beem. Chicago: P. F. Volland Company, 1913.
  • How Punky Dunk Helped Old Prince. Designs by Frances Beem. Chicago: P. F. Volland Company, 1913.[3]
  • The Unselfish Pig. Designs by Frances Beem. Chicago: P. F. Volland Company, 1913.
  • The Bear Who Was Never Cross. Designs by Frances Beem. Chicago: P. F. Volland Company, 1913.
  • San Pasqual, a Tale of Old Pasadena. Pasadena: 1924.

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