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Title: Boys' and girls' alphabet
Physical Description: 12 p. : ;
Language: English
Creator: W.B. Conkey Company ( Publisher )
Publisher: W.B. Conkey Company
Place of Publication: Chicago ;
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Publication Date: c1897
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Subject: Alphabet rhymes -- 1897   ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1897
Genre: Alphabet rhymes   ( rbgenr )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Illinois -- Chicago
United States -- New York -- New York
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    Boys' and girls' alphabet
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BOYS' AND GIRLS' ALPHABET


:-7 A stands for Ada,
,, Out here at her

'I \W"ith the dog-
Sgles so gay.
1'See them jump up
to. kss her-
I Iiuess they would
miiss her
1, she went away.
l Sport is the
tall one,
S'-i:. And Trixy's
the small
one.
: They'll romp
e all the day.

at fun, you

the kitty
happy as
py.-- _-_


--

GHT. 1897, BY W. B. CONKEY COMPANY. The Baldwin Library
University
Florida


Bess
gre;
see
And
is
hap
can
be.



'CoPYRI









-o wcC is for
S' i C h i l-
dren-
Peek-
a-boo,
every one.
They're just up, I
think,
SAnd they're ready for fun.
There are Charlie and Clara,
as )And sweet little May;
Now which is the prettiest,
My dears, can you say -


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-. *. D"', I
Donald was a prince .. .
so bold, /'
And Daisy was very I II /
fair, I'm told. x/,i' 1.l
Donald said, "Oh,
come with me
To my fairy castle -'
over the sea."




E ddy is
dressed up
very fine.
SI ow what
do you
1 think of this boy
of mine?
He is throwing a
kiss; we'll catch


! is for Flora,
and here she
stands,
With
kitty held
close in her :
chubby.
hands.





stands for Grace,
I with the merry face.
She is ready for
.,, her fun, I know.
,i1 i With her hoop and her stick,
She will start pretty
quick,
S'And then away she
will go.
Now I wish you and I
Had a hoop, too, to try,
And we would be off
for a run.
Do you think you could
beat,
With your swift little
feet,
If once the race were
begun?

C1T is for Harry,
SHurrah, see him go!
He is a lad -
It is worth
while to know.
The donkey so gay
Is quite ready for play.
With a hop, skip and jump,
He is off and away.




I see another lad!
SHere, little boy,
Just stop for a minute,
With that pretty toy.
SYou are going, my
Sdear, at a great
,rate of speed,
And your pony is
,very pretty, in-


















eeNow it seems that we're in luck"
Jill










Jess and watch their cunning little tricks.
Now it see ms that we're in hck!"



Nowr it seems that we're in luck !"






": :2 "- .' 7
K-
Come
Saway!
'0" K is fo r little
King.
He'll slip on
Sthe ice
,h And fall in a
trice,
And then
what shall
is for Lee, we sing?
And don't
you see
SWhat he is
laughing at?
The geese couldn't
skate,
And so their
fate
Was just to
fall downA- .. _


flat.





must be

HM Molly,
]H e re
S-with her
dolly;
Dolly is
going to
sleep.
You mustn t
i C walk,
And you mustn't talk;
But very still you must keep.
is Ned, with the cap on his head,
And the spade that Teddy has
brought him.

When he -" --
threw
it out, --
With a ---
laugh
and a .
shout,
Teddy swam'
for it, as he -
had taught him.





O is for Ora. with baby Ollie.
They've Doth fixed their eyes









On that queer
little dolly.
Now tell me,
my dear,
How these stockings came
here.

P stands for Polly,
And also for Pearl.
They are making a chair
For this sweet little girl.

Her name is
Queenie,
And now they

That they_
are her p
horses,
And Queenie is saying,
"Run, horses, run-Oh, isn't it fun!"











Rob says,"Well,
Hello,Mr.Man!
I guess we've
made you
As good as we
can.
Now don't run
away
On the first
warm day."


M





S is for See-
What horses are we.
Never mind if we do


a tumble.


A. / 1


is for Tim,
With Tommy and Jim,
Now what do they care if
ble?


they stum-


1 Right down in the snow,
They are ready to go-
Boys, books and slates, all in a jumble.


I-. U


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up in the pasture,
the colts so shy.
we can get them


If we coax I'" .
them and pet-them;
At least, we will both of us
is for Victor,
With specs and
\'/ Rover says,
J Well,
I don't know
about that.
Perhaps it's all '
right,
But you look
pretty queer.
I guess I'll
just keep
My eye
on you
here.
^~W-


try.

big hat.


I
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d~











W is Winnie-
Now isn't she neat?
From her head to her feet
i' She is dainty and sweet.













7 is in ox, and
Tommy tells me
That all summer
long, in the country
he'll be.
And grandpa, you
know, has an ox- .1
team so strong,
They can draw the
heaviest load right along.





is for Yep!
What the
i chicky says.
Oh, isn't he
soft and yellow!
Now, baby, take care,
It wouldn't be fair
To hurt the dear little
fellow.
iHe is so cunning and
1! downy and small,


iYWe must
S and not


be careful
let him fall.


z


stands here with a smile on his face;


He looks very
place.


well, I think, in his


While AND, who is waiting down
at the end,
Is trying to see how much he can
bend.




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