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Presenting an excerpt from I Knew Him When (1910) by George Ade which tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page.

“The pictures are printed in the belief that a rising generation will look upon them and take hope.

A few extra copies have been printed, so that members may buy them and withdraw them from circulation.”

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Caturday Artist: Sherry West

Today’s Caturday artist is Sherry West.

This Curator Coloring used Copic markers and pan pastels on X-Press It Blending Card paper.

Caturday artist Sherry West, colored by Heidi Berthiaume

 

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Caturday: Artist Jeanette Wummel – Roots of Design

Today’s Caturday artist is Jeanette Wummel.

This Curator Coloring used Copic markers on copy paper. Curator Prime enjoyed playing with a very limited color palette and used only 10 markers to complete the page.

Vintage COloring Caturday - artist Jeanette Wummel

 

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Presenting an excerpt from The Story Teller, Vol. I (1910) of the entry “The Flying Ship” from the collection by Petr Polevoi, which tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page.

“The man did not like to refuse, so he sat in the ship, and they flew on farther. They flew and flew, and look! — a man was coming along hopping on one leg, with the other leg tied tightly to his ear.

“Good-day, uncle; why are you hopping on one leg?”

“You see if I were to untie the other I should stride half round the world at a single stride.”

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Presenting an excerpt from I Knew Him When (1910) by George Ade which tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page.

“Bill often confided to Ory his plans for the Future. He wanted to grow up and have a full Set of Whiskers and be elected to Congress. He could see him self in a Prince Albert Coat, standing on a Temporary Platform in Court House Grove, telling the Yaps just how the Tariff had affected the Price of Steel Rails.”

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Farmer Ade - a free Vintage Coloring page

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Hereby presenting the illustration of the Sunlight Soap advertisement from The Graphic Illustrated Weekly Magazine (1907) as today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page.

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Hereby presenting an excerpt from Insect Stories (1908) by Vernon L. Kellogg. It tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page.

“Hoppers is coming boy; see that sort o’ shiny thin cloud up there jest off the edge o’ the sun? Well, them’s hoppers.”

“But how’ll they eat us up, Mr. Beasley? No grasshopper can eat me up.”

“They’ll eat us up with their doggoned terbaccy-spittin’ mouths; thet’s how. And they’ll eat you up by eatin’ everything you want to eat; thet’s how, too. Havin’ nothin’ to eat is jest about the same as bein’ et, accordin’ to the way I looks at things.”

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Hereby presenting the caption from a cartoon from The Figaro, as featured in The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, Vol. 85, No. 6 (1913). It tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page which is an illustration by Abel Faivre.

“At an exhibition of “Cubist” or “Futurist” pictures.

She: Perhaps it is a map of the Balkan mountains?”

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An Exhibition of Cubist Art Cartoon - a free Vintage Coloring page

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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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