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Hereby presenting an excerpt from The Giant Crab and Other Tales from Old India (1897) retold by W. H. D. Rouse. It tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page which is an illustration by W. Robinson.

“Crack, crack! went the Crab’s shell; for, big as he was, an elephant was too heavy for him to carry. Crack, crack, crack! The Elephant jumped up and down on his back, and in a very short time the Crab was crushed to mincemeat.

What rejoicing there was among the animals when they saw the Crab crushed to death! From far and near they came, and passed a vote of thanks to the Elephant and his wife, and made them King and Queen of all the animals in the mountains.”

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Hereby presenting an excerpt from Bulfinch’s Mythology (1913) by Thomas Bulfinch. It tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page, which is the ornament for Chapter XIX: The Britons.

“The earliest inhabitants of Britain are supposed to have been a branch of that great family known in history by the designation of Celts. Cambria, which is a frequent name for Wales, is thought to be derived from Cymri, the name which the Welsh traditions apply to an immigrant people who entered the island from the adjacent continent.”

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THe Britons - a free Vintage Coloring page

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Hereby presenting an excerpt from A Book of the Country and the Garden (1903) by H. M. Batson. It tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page which is an illustration by F. Carruthers Gould and A. C. Gould.

“Time would fail me to tell of the day’s catastrophes of the ox, brought to draw the maypole to its place, which tried to gore Tommy Sandford, and did indeed ruin his best jacket, which Jim had to pay for; …”

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Tommy Sanford and Ox - a free Vintage Coloring page

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Hereby presenting an excerpt from Dog Tales (1800) by Lilian Gask. It tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page which is an illustration by E. Stuart Hardy.

“A little fat pug with a jolly, round face sniffed eagerly at the biscuits, and a stylish black Maltese told him not to be greedy, but to get some for her if he could reach them.”

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Feeding the Dogs - a free Vintage Coloring Page

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Hereby presenting an excerpt from The Entirely New Cynic’s Calendar of Revised Wisdom for 1905 by Ethel Watts Mumford, Oliver Herford, and Addison Mizner, which was the last bit of advice placed opposite the illustration for today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page.

“Shut your mouth
and open your eyes –
And you’ll need nothing
to make you wise.”

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Two cats and a statue - a free Vintage Coloring Page

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Hereby presenting an excerpt from A Book of the Country and Garden (1903) by H. M. Batson. It tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page which is an illustration by F. Carruthers Gould and A. C. Gould.

One of these was a mongrel fox-terrier named Joe, and so well did he understand all our conversation that when we did not wish him to know our plans we were forced to speak in Spanish, for he was quite good at elementary French. If we spoke English the matter was hopeless.

“Where are you driving to-day?”

“I am going to pay a call at Butterbridge.”

“Shall you take le petit chien?”

By saying “le petit chien” instead of “the dog” Jim would imagine that he was using all the necessary wiles of dissimulation.

“No, they don’t like dogs. I must leave him at home.”

An hour or so would go by, and our efforts to find Joe would become exasperating; so in despair I would start to find le petit chien waiting for me a mile away smiling by the roadside. He always smiled when he had got the better of me, but I only once heard him laugh aloud.

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Good Dog - a free Vintage Coloring Page

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Hereby presenting an excerpt from The Story of a Candy Rabbit (1920) by Laura Lee Hope. It tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page which is an illustration by Harry L. Smith.

Feeling rather lonesome, the Rabbit looked for some one to whom he might talk. He saw cakes of soap, towels, and wash cloths. There was also a large sponge in a wire basket hanging over the edge of the bathtub.

“I have heard that sponges are animals,” said the Candy Rabbit. “I wonder if this one is alive and will speak to me. I’ll try. Hello there, Mr. Sponge!” he called.

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Hereby presenting an excerpt from The Owl & The Pussy Cat and The Duck and the Kangaroo (1889) by Edward Lear. It tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page which is an illustration by William Foster.

“And to keep out the cold I’ve bought a cloak
And every day a cigar I’ll smoke,
All to follow my own dear true
Love of a Kangaroo!”

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Hereby presenting an excerpt from The Hollow Tree and Deep Woods Book (1900) by Albert Bigelow Paine. It tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page which is an illustration by J. M. Conde.

“Well, the Hollow Tree people had never heard of Santa Claus. They knew about Christmas, of course, because everybody, even the cows and sheep, know about that; but they had never heard of Santa Claus. You see, Santa Claus only comes to Mr. Man’s house, but they didn’t know that, either, so they
thought if they just hung up their stockings he’d come there, too, and that’s what they made up their minds to do. They talked about it a great deal together, and Mr. ‘Possum looked over all his stockings to pick out the biggest one he had, and Mr. Crow he made himself a new pair on purpose.”

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Mr. Crow - a free Vintage Coloring page

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Taking a slight detour from vintage imagery, Curator Prime would like to present a special Free Coloring Page for this Friday: a page to download for those supporting the Teal Pumpkin initiative to have treats other than candy to hand out this Halloween.

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