Plate from a children's moral instruction book showing three boys taunting a blind boy by hiding his hat from him. One boy stands behind the blind boy and grasps his shoulders, while the other stands in front of him and holds the blind boy's hat. The third boy stands in the background with his arms up ready to receive the hat., Not in Wainwright., Date supplied by cataloger., Issued as plate in series Picture lessons, illustrating moral truth. For the use of infant-schools, nurseries, Sunday-schools & family circles (Philadelphia: American Sunday-School Union, 146 Chestnut Street, between 1847 and 1853)., Originally accompanied by text titled "Who makes us to differ" moralizing that it is cruel "to sport with the calamities of others" and we should be thankful for God's gifts., Philadelphia on Stone, POSP 141, Retrospective conversion record: original entry, edited., LCP copy 7822.F.2 lacking printer's imprint.
Kollner, Augustus, b. 1813, artist
Library Company of Philadelphia | Print Department *GC - Morality [7511.F], Library Company of Philadelphia | Print Department *GC - Morality [7822.F.2]