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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Palmer Cox (1840–1924)

Cox, Palmer. An American artist and writer for young people; born at Granby, Quebec, April 28, 1840. After 1875 his home was in New York. His works are both written and illustrated by himself. He is best known by his ‘Brownie Books,’ a very popular series containing humorous pictures and verse for children. Other productions are: ‘Hans Von Fetter’s Trip to Gotham’ (1878); ‘How Columbus Found America’ (1878). He died in 1924.